We also organize trip to Bhutan,Tibet,India and Sikkim India and Sikkim
India also the another international destination to where we organize the trip.Nestled between the Kingdoms of Bhutan and Nepal is a little known region called Sikkim. Now a province of India, Sikkim was an independent Kingdom until 1952 and is the overland gateway to Bhutan. Although the region has been populated by a huge range of Himalayan ethnicity Sikkim is still predominantly Buddhist. Famed for its amazing array of flora and fauna, our trips here offer all levels of trekker an intimate and beautiful mountain experience. Apart from seeing the 3rd highest mountain, Kanchenjunga up close you will meander through stands of Buddhist prayer flags, idyllic villages and lush forests full of colorful butterflies.
Highlights: Panoramic views of Kanchenjunga, unspoiled Tibetan villages and culture, beautiful mountain vistas, giant butterflies fluttering through old growth forests.
Bhutan is a kingdom in the heart of the great Himalaya, nestled between Tibet and India’s Assam Plains. In its 18,000 sq. mile Bhutan offers a variety of climates, from the hot and humid jungles of the southern foothills to the temperate inner Himalayas to the frigid snow-capped peaks in the north which rises to 7700 mts. Bhutan’s state religion is the Drukpa sect of Kagyupa, a school of Mahayana Buddhism.
BUMTHANG: Nestled in the barley fields and apple groves of the Bumthang valley, ancient art- filled temples dating back to the seventh century mark the origins of Buddhism in Bhutan. A rustic lodge for tourists has been built in the shadow of Jakar Dzong.
PHUNTSHOLING: From its vast views of the BHUTAN plains, this overland gateway town is the start of a breathtaking drive round hairpin turns through lush forests to the towns and valleys of the Inner Himalayas at 4,000- 8,000 feet (1,200 – 2,400 meters).
PARO: The PARO valley is more than beautiful; it is visually stunning and historically fascinating. It is also a delightful place from which to enjoy the country’s most famous festival held at the Paro Dzong just across the Valley ( a Dzong is a uniquely Bhutanese Buddhist fortress/monastery). This beautiful terraced valley is home to many of Bhutan’s oldest temples-and its first airport. The National Museum is located in an ancient watchtower here and Taktsang Monastery clings to sheer cliffs 3,000 feet (900 meters) above the valley.
Tibet, the largest and highest plateau on the earth, is surrounded by the most extensive jumble of mountains found on any continent. Stretching for almost 3.000 km and forming its entire southern boundary is the Himalaya, and along its western extremity is the equally rugged Karakoram; between these two ranges are all fourteen of the world’s 8.000-meter peaks, including the soaring heights of Mount Everest. Tibet, the Roof of the world?, boasts spectacular mountain scenery and rich Buddhist culture, ancient monasteries making it the most incredible travel destination. You will have guided tour around Tibetan monasteries, sights, monuments by expert local Tibetan guide. Two full days to explore Potala Palace, Sera Monastery, Norbulingka, Jokhang Temple, colorful Barkhor Markets, Drepung Monastery etc.