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A Scenic Village

‘Joen Pa Lek soh’ or Welcome to Bhutan, a country that will fascinate any traveler or visitor with the magical variety it offers.

A Unique Culture

Indulge in a unique experience of visiting Bhutan with BHUTAN TWIN TRAVELS, your trusted travel partner. BHUTAN TWIN TRAVELS with our provision of unparalleled services guarantee that your travel to Bhutan will turn out to be an experience that will last you a lifetime.

Festival Gatherings

Indulge in a unique experience of visiting Bhutan with BHUTAN TWIN TRAVELS, your trusted travel partner. BHUTAN TWIN TRAVELS with our provision of unparalleled services guarantee that your travel to Bhutan will turn out to be an experience that will last you a lifetime.

Cultivation

Indulge in a unique experience of visiting Bhutan with BHUTAN TWIN TRAVELS, your trusted travel partner. BHUTAN TWIN TRAVELS with our provision of unparalleled services guarantee that your travel to Bhutan will turn out to be an experience that will last you a lifetime.

Festival

‘Joen Pa Lek soh’ or Welcome to Bhutan, a country that will fascinate any traveler or visitor with the magical variety it offers.

Buddhism in Bhutan

‘Joen Pa Lek soh’ or Welcome to Bhutan, a country that will fascinate any traveler or visitor with the magical variety it offers.

Bird Watching

‘Joen Pa Lek soh’ or Welcome to Bhutan, a country that will fascinate any traveler or visitor with the magical variety it offers.

Atsara

Atsara is a character in the festivasl who are clowns.

Paro Airport

One of the most scenic airports in the world.

Botanical Tour

Bhutan: one big natural park
Endowed with abundant natural wealth, Bhutan is indeed one extensive natural park and a true paradise for nature lovers. Bhutan with 72% of its total area under forest coverage harbors a wide range of flora and fauna Read more...

Cultural Tour

Bhutan, a living museum
Bhutan is indeed a place where past meets the present. The cultural tours to Bhutan best showcases this aspect with an itinerary designed by putting in the unique combination of a distinct local flavor to that of modern services. Read more...

Photography Tour

The festivals of Bhutan are one of the most unique photographic experiences in Bhutan. Immense colour, drama , and culture. This tour explores both the intensity of festivals and the peacefulness of the countryside. Read more...

Trekking

Trekking in Bhutan sees a unique blend of easy and extreme treks, all of which tread along the ancient routes. Here in Bhutan ones option ranges from difficult treks like the snowman trek (considered

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Photography Tour

The festivals of Bhutan are one of the most unique photographic experiences in Bhutan. Immense colour, drama , and culture. This tour explores both the intensity of festivals and the peacefulness of the countryside.
Avoiding the easy to reach festivals of Paro and Thimphu we head east to Bumthang. Along the way the itinerary gives us time to learn about Bhutanese people and traditions. On arrival for the Bumthang
festivals we'll be ready to engage with the Cham dancers. As always the group size is limited to a very small number of people, just 8. We wont be spending all day driving across the country, but will have time as a group to talk about our work, discover new techniques and share some one-on-one time to help you with your creative journey. Think of this Bhutan tour as a festival of photography, not just a festival of the spirit.
Itinerary
Day 1 Thimphu - Paro
Fly to Paro and drive through the countryside to get familiar with the landscapes. Normally this drive takes about 1 hour, but with a group of photographers we like to take all afternoon.
Days 2-3 Thimphu- Punakha
Punakha has one of the most beautiful Dzongs in the entire country and we'll explore it from every angle. Several other temples in the area offer unique photographic charms too and the village of Chime is a particular favourite for sunrise.
Days 4-5 Punakha - Phobjikha
This secluded valley gets really cold at night but we'll be cosy in a farmhouse with log fires and hot stone baths. The valley still continues with a very basic rural style and offers us a chance to really slow down and contemplate the art of photography.
Day 6 Phobjikha - Trongsa
This drive is beautiful and dramatic with lots of scenic stops along the way. Trongsa is the highlight of the journey with my favourite Dzong of all Bhutan dominating the view. The chance to see monks engaged in their traditions is excellent, and there's often a chance to see monkeys engaged in mischief too.
Days 7-8 Trongsa - Bumthang
Bumthang is worth visiting regardless of festivals, but the presence of two major events on the calendar makes it even better. There are many temples around the Jakar valley and we'll have a chance to visit some of the quiet ones. No two festivals in Bhutan are the same and each day of dance is a new experience and new opportunity. They are spectacular, and a little challenging. We'll have time to talk about techniques plus reviews to help us advance our skills and try again the next day.
Days 9-10 Bumthang - Paro
We return back to Paro for a little pampering in the most scenic valley Bhutan has to offer. We'll get up close to the scenery in a serious way by ascending the trail to the Tigers Nest. We'll have the option of horses to make the trail more comfortable, but will need to walk back down the hill after the light has faded over the horizon. The Tigers Nest is remarkable, a fitting highlight to finish our journey.
Day 11 Departure
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Central Bhutan

TRONGSA:  Elevation 2,316m

About four hour’s drive from Wangduephodrang is the central district of Trongsa, the ancestral home of Bhutan’s royal family, from where the first two kings ruled the kingdom.

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Western Bhutan

THIMPHU:  Elevation 2,320m

Thimphu is the capital of Bhutan with a population of approximately 100,000 people.  Thimphu became the capital in 1961, and the town is the largest in Bhutan.

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East & South

For those with enough time on their hands, venture into eastern Bhutan for something quite different.  This is the land of the Sharchops, who speak their own language and nurture their own culture and weave beautiful textiles.

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