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Bhutan

Known as the 'Land of the Thunder Dragon', the spectacularly beautiful Bhutan is developing into the modern world, yet remains deeply traditional. Tourism is tightly regulated to ensure that the proud traditional culture is maintained. It is mainly a Buddhist country, and this heritage can be seen in all aspects of Bhutanese life with Imaginative Traveller especially with the ancient buildings dotted throughout the mountainous kingdom.

Amongst the many highlights of Bhutan are the incredible mountain scenery, the opportunity for treks and exploration, the hospitality of a traditional rural homestay, and the countless Buddhist temples and fortresses, such as the Punakha Dzong, the Gangtey Monastery and of course the iconic 'Tiger's Nest Monastery' that clings to the cliff face near Paro.

 

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TAILOR MADE TOUR from £3385 for 18 days

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- Visit the sacred Khechepori Lake, considered by locals as resembling the holy footprints of the goddess Tara
- Visit the impressive Rinpung Dzong, one of the finest examples of Bhutan architecture
- Enjoy a day walk to the 'Tiger’s Nest', the sacred Taktshang monastery which clings to the rock face 900 metres above the valley floor

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GROUP TOUR from £3499 for 12 days

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- A short classic trek through the beautiful Bhutanese countryside
- An opportunity to gain an insight into the culture of the people
- Famous cultural highlights; Paro Dzong and Thimpu's Memorial Chorten
- Witness Bhutan's colourful, vibrant festivals (on festival departures)
- Visit the incredible Taktsang 'Tiger's Nest' Monastery

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GROUP TOUR from £1726 for 7 days

HIGHLIGHTS

- The happiest land on earth, Bhutan is a hidden paradise with no traffic lights, laws governing minimum forest coverage and some amazing feats of archery.
- Only a small number of visitors are allowed into Bhutan each year. Its pretty special.
- The climb to Tigers nest while tough, is a richly rewarding and sobering experience
 
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