Customized trips to Bhutan
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TRAILS CROSSING SANCTUARIES
THE HIMALAYAN KINGDOM
This kingdom nestled in the gigantic Himalayan Mountains remains unchanged through the centuries, with its Buddhist beliefs, its isolated villages among the mountains and jungles and trails that cross shrines with banners that throw prayers in the wind.
With a natural and cultural heritage almost intact, Bhutan bases its tourist attraction on the breathtaking landscapes, between canyons and rugged peaks, that it possesses.
LAND OF TEMPLES
Rice paddies, jungles, mountains and colorful houses make up the view from Taktsang Monastery (2,950 m). People call it the Tiger’s Nest because, according to the locals, in the 8th century Guru Rimpoche flew in on the back of a tigress.
But this is not the only temple in Bhutan. Between rivers and mountains we can find the spectacular monasteries of Tango, Punakha, Tongsa, Cheri, Rinpung and Lhuentse located in different parts of the country.
Recommendations for your personalized trip to Bhutan
It is recommended to travel with caution and refrain from traveling to certain areas.
Bhutan is a safe country and is gradually opening up to tourism.
DOCUMENTATION AND VISAS
A visa is required.
No visa is granted on arrival, it must be requested 15 days in advance.
Caution with robberies in tourist sites.
Avoid the southern districts of Bhutan.
Quite safe country.
It is advisable to travel in groups.
Mandatory vaccinations: yellow fever for travelers coming from infected areas.
Recommended Vaccinations: Hepatitis A and B, tetanus, typhoid fever, diphtheria.
Only the local currency is used: ngultrum.
We do not accept payment with euros or dollars.
ADDRESSES AND TELEPHONES
Country code : 00975
No Spanish embassy is located.
Spanish Embassy located in the capital Dhaka, the capital of Bangladesh.
What to see in Bhutan
It is located on a cliff at 3120 meters. The monastery is an important sacred place for Himalayan Buddhism and includes seven temples. It is located on a cliff in the Paro valley. The complex was begun in 1692 in the vicinity of the cave where the Guru Padmasambhava is believed to have meditated.
This is the oldest monastery in Thimphu situated on a hill. The monastery is very picturesque, has a huge statue of Buddha, also has statues of the founder of Bhutan.
TSECHU OF PARO
are annual religious festivals of Bhutan, celebrated in each district or dzongkhag of the country on the tenth day of the month of the Tibetan lunar calendar.
Farmers come to sell fruits, vegetables, cheeses, white rice and red rice, and above all chilies, fresh and dried, of all sizes, shapes and colors, are the basis of its cuisine.
ARTS AND CRAFTS SCHOOL
Instituto Nacional De Artes y Oficios, you can see the students at work, weaving, working the clay for Buddhist-themed sculptures, as well as the painted thangkas or wooden masks.