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15
May

Exploring Bhutan: A Hiker’s Paradise and the Snowman Race

In recent years, Bhutan has witnessed a surge in hiking enthusiasts drawn to its unspoiled wilderness and well-maintained trails. One of the prime attractions is the Snowman Race, a challenging...
Bhutan
09
May

Tigers Nest: Bhutan’s Legendary Hiking Spot

Taktsang, also known as Tigers Nest, is one of Bhutan’s most famous spots, and it’s not hard to see why. Legend has it that Guru Rinpoche, a revered figure in...
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29
Apr

Is eastern Bhutan worth it?

When one thinks of Bhutan one may think of Thimphu, the capital city, or Paro, where the country’s only international airport is located. Others may think of Punakha or Bumthang,...
trekking in bhutan
18
Apr

The Amazing Benefits of Trekking in Bhutan

Clean Trails Trekking in Bhutan offers a unique experience that stands out distinctly from its neighboring countries. One of the most striking features of trekking here is the pristine condition...
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11
Apr

What do the Bhutanese think of death? 

It is difficult to know exactly what the Bhutanese think of death as there is more than one religion practiced in Bhutan. From the Buddhist point of view, which is...
05
Apr

A Guide to Bumthang

The tale of Bumthang begins with the tale of Gab (king) Sindhu Raja inviting Guru Rinpoche to the valley. The king had been seriously ill. Following Guru’s visit, the king...
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29
Mar

Thimphu Tshechu: Bhutan’s Most Coveted Festival

Thimphu Tshechu is a three-days religious festival that takes place in Thimphu, the capital. Thimphu Tshechu was established in the 15th century by the fourth Desi Gyalse Tenzin Rabgye, to...
Bhutan
19
Mar

Is Bhutan Expensive?

Many times people have the misconception that visiting Bhutan is expensive, or that the process of visiting Bhutan is “hard”. There’s little truth to that as we break down and...
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