Pilgrimage Travel Bhutan>>
Pilgrimage Travel Bhutan
150-km From Siliguri To Phuntsholing, Bhutan
Best Time To Visit:
March To August
Bhutan often reversed as the
'Land of the peaceful Dragon' is still regarded as one of the last "Shangri-La"
in the Himalayan region because of its remoteness, it's spectacular mountain
terrain, varied flora and fauna and it's unique ancient Buddhist monasteries. It
is relatively unexplored pockets of Asia, which allows only limited number of
discerning travelers to enter the country with special travel visa permits.
Bhutan's isolation has resulted
its culture and traditions remaining much the same for many hundreds of years.
Our weekly departure allows you to experience the stunning beautiful alpine
valley flanked by step slopes and terraced pastures dotted with temple.
Festival (Tsechus ) are held in
Bhutan through out the year at different locations. These festivals are
celebrations of faith, legends, myths and history of Bhutan in ancient rituals
of colorful dance and music. To coincide a visit to Bhutan during the festive
season will be even better way to observe the unique culture.
: There are two main population groups in Bhutan: the
Dukpa ( 67 % ) of Tibetan and Monpa origin and Lhotsampa ( 30 % of Nepalese
origin ). The rest 3% comprise of indigenous tribal groups such as Toktop, Doya
and Lepcha of SW Bhutan.
Religion : Drukpa Kagyu school of Tibetan Buddhism is
the state religion but also Nyingma school is also well represented in the
central and eastern districts.
Climate : The monsoon starts in mid June and lasts
untill end of September. The climate within the mountain varies greatly
according to precipitations and wind conditions. In the Duars Plain and upto
1500m. The climate is sub-tropical with high humidity and heavy rain fall. The
climate of mid- mountain belt varies, such that low- lying parts of Punakha,
Mongar, Tashigang, and Lhuntse have cool winter and hot summer, where as the
higher valleys of Ha, Paro, Thimpu, Tongsa and Bhumthang ranging from 3,000 -
4,000m endure a temperate climate with cold snowy winter and some - what cooler
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