Bhutan or the “Land of the Peaceful Dragon” is a country of sprawling forests, venerated monasteries, overpowering fortresses, lush green valleys fed by bountiful rivers and age-old practices. Cultivated fields surrounded by pitched roof houses with their typical trefoil-shape windows and Dzongs (fortresses) dominate the scenery with their sheer size. Its people are hardworking, vibrantly attired and deeply religious while the land is immaculate. Bhutan’s alpine pastures, peaks, forests, lakes and flowers make it a paradise. Maybe that is why the rare black-necked crane makes its way across the Himalayas to Bhutan every year.
- Hike to the iconic Taktsang Monastery.
- Local & cultural insight.
- Interaction with locals.
- Archery demonstration.
- Cultural mask dances and vibrant festivals.
- Interaction with Buddhist Scholars.
- Nature hikes and treks.
- Spectacular mountain views.
A key and important strategic partner in Bhutan for Ovation Global DMC. We are pleased to work together with Dharma Adventures.
Dharma Adventures is a niche Destination Management Company, offering personalised services to your valued clients looking for life changing experiences in Bhutan, Nepal and Tibet.
We have been operating in these areas since 1991, growing steadily while ensuring that the quality of services remain high and the product, top notch. Our aim is to provide your clients with unique experiences the Himalayan countries can offer.
Agile, knowledgeable and efficient staff; top of the line equipment and well-maintained vehicles has always been the backbone of our company. Our focus on safety, hygiene, minimum environmental impact and social giveback programs has proven well and we continue to pursue it.
Take a look at our sample programmes to find out how you can make the most of your trip to Bhutan.
Aum Dema Building, Langjophakha, Thimphu, Bhutan P.O. Box: 1436Contact
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