MAKING NEWS!

  • Helicopter charter service in Lhasa

    Tourists will now enjoy a wings over view of Lhasa city provincial capital of Tibet Autonomous Region with the operation…

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  • Tibet Airlines flies into Kathmandu

    Lhasa based Tibet Airlines has commenced flights linking the western China city of Chengdu with Kathmandu capital of Nepal.  A…

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  • New! Highway Kathmandu to Lhasa opens

    The overland highway between Nepal and Tibet TAR has opened now making it possible for International tourists to travel through…

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  • Boutique hotels in Kathmandu

    Boutique hotels in Kathmandu offer visitors the opportunity to stay close to World Heritage Sites and enjoy a unique experience. …

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  • Annapurna & Everest treks perennial favourites!

    In a good news report by a California-based structural engineering company Miyamoto International of California, US commissioned by the Nepal…

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  • Book Bhutan Festival Join - in Departures 2018

    Bhutan Festival Join-in Departures 2018 are set giving an opportunity for individuals and couples to enjoy these festivals in the…

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  • Nepal Heritage sites all open

    Nepal Heritage Sites have re-opened giving visitors opportunity to visitors to sightsee centuries old monuments and cultural highlights which the country…

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Book Bhutan Festival Join - in Departures 2018

Bhutan Festival Join-in Departures 2018 are set giving an opportunity for individuals and couples to enjoy these festivals in the company of travellers who wish to enjoy these unique and culturally vibrant occasions. One of the most popular festival the Paro Tsechu 26 March  -01 April 2018 is open for booking.

 

These departures coincide with the most important and exciting of Bhutan festivals.  Besides cost benefits, travellers join others who enjoy cultural insights into a way of life and celebration of their ancient traditions. Bhutan's Tsechu festivals are marked by days of rituals; masked dances, monks chanting prayers, smell of juniper incense, sounds of cymbals and alphorns, colorfull pilgrims old and young in their traditional attire - truly a special spectacle to watch!

 

Choose and book to enjoy one of the Bhutan Festival Join-in Departures for 2018!