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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

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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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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.

 

MONGGAR:  Elevation 1620m

Monggar is one of the 20 districts of Bhutan. Monggar is the fastest-developing dzongkhag in eastern Bhutan. A regional hospital is under construction and the region is bustling with many economic activities. Mongar is noted for its lemon grass, a plant that can be used to produce an essential oil. It also has a hydropower plant on the Kuri Chhu river.

LHUENTSE:  Elevation

Although remotely located, Lhuntse Dzongkhag enjoys an historic importance in Bhutan as an origin of Wangchuck Dynasty. Besides, it is also known for several renowned pilgrimage sites of Ugyen Guru Rimpoche such as Singye Dzong, Baeyul Khenpajong and Phunying La. With soothing cool breezes of Kuri Chhu, the valley offers a panoramic view of its people – their lives and livelihoods; villages and settlements; and its physical features.  Lhuntse is also endowed with rich and unique religious and cultural practices in all eight Gewogs such as Chhag, Prew, Wangzhing Rabney, Gharchhams etc.

TRASHIGANG:  Elevation 1,151m

Trashigang is the center of a region where several international development projects have been implemented and is the largest mountain town in Bhutan after Thimphu.  It has a true atmosphere of its own, which helps to make it one of the most pleasant towns in Bhutan.  The mild climate and flowering bougainvillea contribute to this atmosphere.  People chatting on their doorsteps or in front of their stalls, women stop to gossip in the middle of the road, bistros are full until quite late at night, people from the Merak and Sakteng valleys stroll about with their little yak-hair hats pulled down on their heads.  Everybody watches the arrival of cars r the evening bus in the small square in the middle of town.  It is somehow reminiscent of a village in the south of France, except for the costumes.  The topography of Trashigang town, built on a spur and backing on to the side of a mountain, defies any precise description.  The commercial district is immediately at the back of the spur where the Dzong stands, while the school, the hospital and the tourist guesthouse have been built somewhat higher and more to the north, in a kind of small circuit.

TRASHI YANGTSE:  Elevation 1,830m

A 3.5-hour drive from Trashigang is Trashi Yangtse, the eastern home of the Black-necked crane, bordering the Indian district of Arunachal Pradesh.  Both Bhutanese and local tribes from across the border enjoy the chorten Kora festival at Trashi Yangtse.

SOUTH-EAST BHUTAN

SAMDRUP JONGKHAR:  Elevation 180m

The southeastern town of Samdrup Jongkhar is a small border town, six-hour drive from Trashigang.  With generally warm weather, the district is ideal for birdwatching.

SOUTH-WEST BHUTAN

PHUENTSHOLING:  Elevation 300m

To the southwest lies Phuentsholing, a bustling industrial town that is the southern gateway to India.

It’s the drive from Phuentsholing to Thimphu that makes the journey from the south worthwhile as the high way takes you on a slow journey from the tropical plains through changing vegetation up to the higher altitudes of the Himalayan kingdom.

 

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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.

Read more...