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Bhutan 11 Day - Cultural & Festival Tour

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Duration:11 days/10 nights
NZ $8,500.00

Bhutan Tours

Fitness
A reasonable level of fitness is required
Many monasteries in Bhutan are reached by long flights of steps. At times you will be at altitudes of up to 3000m, which can affect even the fittest traveller, so be prepared to be a little breathless.

Clothes & Luggage
We provide a comprehensive list of gear for you in the tour trip notes (sent to you on completion of the booking process.)
A medium size suitcase is sufficient for all your requirements, and ideally on wheels so that it can be pulled along.
You must be careful of the weight of your luggage and limit it to 15kgs ----- 20kgs at the very maximum.

Travel Insurance
Travel insurance is compulsory.
We require that, at a minimum, you are covered for medical expenses including emergency repatriation. We strongly recommend that the policy also covers personal liability, cancellation, curtailment and loss of luggage and personal effects.
We require evidence that you have travel insurance and the insurance company’s 24 hour emergency contact number has been provided to  Tuatara Tours.
We recommend that you take out insurance at the time of booking to protect your trip payment in the case that you may have to cancel your tour.
If you have credit card insurance we will require details of the participating insurer/underwriter, the level of coverage, policy number and emergency contact number rather than the bank’s name and credit card details. 






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Opened for tourism in the mid 1970s, even now fewer travellers visit Bhutan than visit Antarctica.
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Visit the World’s Only Carbon-Negative Country
As a travel destination Bhutan remains unique, sandwiched between its heavily industrialised neighbours, China and India. This isolated nation only opened up to foreign visits in 1974 and allowed TVs in 1999.
 
It’s about the same size as Switzerland with just one tenth the population (approximately 780,000). It has had a slow path to development—the first road was only built in the 1960s.

Come with us, bring an open mind and learn why so many have been touched by Bhutan's wild and gentle beauty.

 

Thangbi Mani Festival
Thangbi Mani is held annually from 14th day of the eighth month of the Bhutanese calendar. The people from nearby villages of Thangbi, Goling and Kharsath have been organising the annual festival since its inception. The Gomchens (lay monks) of this monastery perform rituals for the entire festival, while some young men and women perform mask and folk dances.

The Thangbi Mani Festival or tshechu is one of the most popular festivals held in Chhoekhor Gewog (administrative area), near Jakar in the Bumthang Valley. The festival is held in the courtyard of the Thangbi monastery built in 1470 and is famous for a fire dance performed by the monks of the monastery, as well as purification rituals involving fire.

The order of activities may change as this is an event organised by a small community. Generally speaking, the start of the festival is marked by a ceremonial procession from the Temple to the Mewang (fire blessing), which is set up in an open area nearby.

The Gomchens (the lay monks) perform purification rituals while all the people and guests jump over the flames to get themselves purified from their sins and evil deeds. It is believed that if one is able to jump over the flame three times he or she is protected from ill luck and misfortunes are removed for that entire year.

Mask dances and folk dances are performed in the enclosed courtyard of the Thangbi Mani monastery. One of the unique mask dances of this place is the sacred dance of Goem Bernak (Black Mahakala) the male protecting deity. Another unique activity is that the men throw buckwheat dough balls on the spectators with screaming noise. This is to eliminate the harmful desires of the evil spirits and warding them off from the auspicious gathering.

Another interesting age old tradition which is still practiced is the offering of Chang and Puta (buckwheat noodles) by the community girls to the guests. The girls offer Chang and noodles even to the strangers. If you get such treats whether you enjoy them or not, it is customary that you give some cash to them. The festival comes to an end by performing a closing ritual where all the people of that community gather to receive blessings and pray for the wellbeing of all sentient beings for the year to come.


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2019!


6 October to 16 October 2019

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Limited Availability
In late September / early October of 2018 Helen, Hamish and Wanda from Tuatara Tours visited Bhutan on a reconnaissance tour with the view of offering guided tours to this mysterious part of the world.

The objective of the journey was to better understand what is required to operate a successful tour in this remote country. 

We all came away pleasantly surprised, and very excited about the journey and have put together the Bhutan 11 Day - Cultural & Festival Tour for you.

Either Helen or Wanda will accompany you on your tour as a tour host. We employ local english speaking Bhutanese guides and drivers so Helen and Wanda are more hosts than guides who will ensure the smooth operation of your experience whilst in Bhutan.
 
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Bhutan Tours

Fitness
A reasonable level of fitness is required
Many monasteries in Bhutan are reached by long flights of steps. At times you will be at altitudes of up to 3000m, which can affect even the fittest traveller, so be prepared to be a little breathless.

Clothes & Luggage
We provide a comprehensive list of gear for you in the tour trip notes (sent to you on completion of the booking process.)
A medium size suitcase is sufficient for all your requirements, and ideally on wheels so that it can be pulled along.
You must be careful of the weight of your luggage and limit it to 15kgs ----- 20kgs at the very maximum.

Travel Insurance
Travel insurance is compulsory.
We require that, at a minimum, you are covered for medical expenses including emergency repatriation. We strongly recommend that the policy also covers personal liability, cancellation, curtailment and loss of luggage and personal effects.
We require evidence that you have travel insurance and the insurance company’s 24 hour emergency contact number has been provided to  Tuatara Tours.
We recommend that you take out insurance at the time of booking to protect your trip payment in the case that you may have to cancel your tour.
If you have credit card insurance we will require details of the participating insurer/underwriter, the level of coverage, policy number and emergency contact number rather than the bank’s name and credit card details. 






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Bhutan 11 Day - Cultural & Festival Tour

 

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6th October - Day 1   Singapore - Paro (2200m) 
The flight to Paro is one of the most spectacular mountain flights in the world, with a constantly changing panorama of some of the highest mountains on earth. Our Bhutanese guide will meet us at Paro airport. After lunch enjoy afternoon sightseeing around Paro, including a visit to the National Museum, Ta Dzong. This museum houses many religious relics, works of art and handicrafts offering a great orientation into Bhutan’s historical and cultural past. 

Next, visit the Rimpong Dzong to see the painting of the great saint Milarepa, considered as the master of meditation by the Bhutanese and believed to have attained enlightenment in a lifetime. Dzong’s are large monasteries and district administrative centres, which were once strategic forts. Afterwards walk to the beautiful cantilever wooden bridge still in use. Overnight at your hotel in Paro.
 



7th October -  Day 2   Paro (2200m) – Punakha (1242m) 
Drive over the Dochu-La pass (3,100 metres), which on a clear day offers an incredible view of Himalayan peaks before descending into balmy Punakha valley (about 3 hrs total driving time). The drive through the countryside affords a glimpse of everyday life in this most remote of Himalayan kingdoms. In the Dochu-La area there are vast rhododendron forests that grow to tree size.

Punakha was the ancient capital of Bhutan. On arrival, visit Punakha Dzong, the “Palace of Great Happiness” built in 1637 by the Shabdrung, the ‘Unifier of Bhutan’. It is the winter headquarters of the Je Khenpo and hundreds of monks move en masse from Thimphu to this warmer location. The three story main temple of the Punakha Dzong is a breathtaking example of traditional architecture with four intricately embossed entrance pillars crafted from cypress and decorated in gold and silver. It was here in 1907 that Bhutan’s first king was crowned.

Afterwards enjoy a short walk to Chimi Lhakhang, temple of the Drukpa Kuenly who is also known as the Divine Madman. He inherited the Divine Madman title since he revolted against the orthodox Buddhism in his time. He taught the people that religion is an inner feeling and it’s not necessary that one should be an ordained monk. He is also considered a symbol of fertility and most childless couples go to his temple for blessing.

Overnight at your hotel in Punakha/ Wangduephodrang.
 



8th October - Day 3   Punakha (1242m) – Trongsa (2580m)
Drive from Punakha to Trongsa (8 hrs) over the Pele La pass (3,420m) on the Black Mountain range. On the way visit beautiful Chendebji Chorten, erected in the 18th century. The imposing Trongsa Dzong can be viewed across a deep canyon to signal your approach to the town around a curving road. Trongsa is the ancestral home of Bhutan’s ruling dynasty. After lunch, visit Trongsa Dzong, the largest Dzong in Bhutan. The view from the Dzong is spectacular and one can see across the landscape for many miles. Also visit the Ta Dzong museum housing an incredible collection of historical artefacts of the Royal Family. Overnight at your hotel in Trongsa.



9th October - Day 4    Trongsa - Bumthang (2580m) 
Continue driving to Bumthang, home to some of Bhutan’s oldest Palaces and temples. The valley’s barley fields, apple groves and meadows lay below huge hills which climb up towards the Himalayan mountain wall separating Bhutan from Tibet. Overnight at your lodge in Bumthang.

Explore some of the many sites of the Bumthang valley, including  the 7th century Jambay Lhakhang. It dates back to the origins of Buddhism in Bhutan and is one of the Kingdoms oldest temples. Also visit Jakar Dzong and Tamshing Lhakhang, founded in 1501 by Pema Lingpa and containing interesting and ancient Buddhist wall paintings.

You may also visit 14th century Tang Rimochen Lhakhang where Guru Rinpoche meditated, and Mebar Tsho (Burning Lake), where some of Guru Rinpoche’s treasures were found in the 15th century by the famous treasure hunter Pema Lingpa. It’s a good location to meditate. Overnight at your lodge in Bumthang.
 



10th October - Day 5    Bumthang (2580m)
Explore Bunthang for the day.
Overnight at your lodge in Bumthang.

 



11 October - Day 6   Bumthang (2580m) 
Today you will witness the festival of Thangbi Mani. You can see the lay monks perform the purification rituals Mewang ceremony (fire blessing) which is performed in an open field. All the people jump over the flame three times as it is believed that it will wash away all the sins and the misfortunes for the entire year. Masked dances and folk dances are performed in the enclosed courtyard of the temple.

Later in the afternoon visit Kurjey Lhakhang, one of the most sacred places in the kingdom, where Bhutan’s patron saint Guru Rimpoche meditated. Overnight at your lodge in Bumthang.
 



12th October - Day 7    Bumthang (25800m) – Gangtey (3000m)
Start early today for Gangtey, about 6 hrs from Bumthang. Farmhouses and temples dot the landscape and you will see local farmers wearing the traditional woven bamboo hats of central Bhutan. The wide and picturesque Phobjikha valley is one of Bhutan’s few glacial valleys, and chosen winter home of black necked cranes (November – March) migrating from the Tibetan plateau. Visit Gangtey Goempa (Monastery), the only Nyingmapa monastery in western Bhutan and explore Phobjikha Valley with time to view the Black-Necked Cranes. Overnight at your hotel in Phobjikha.

 



13th October - Day 8:    Gangtey (3000m) – Thimphu (2334m)
Drive back to Thimphu (approx 6 hrs), visiting Semtokha Dzong en route. The Dzong, built in 1627, is the oldest in Bhutan. It now houses the Institute for Language and Culture studies. On arrival in Thimphu, check into the hotel. Afternoon at leisure. Overnight at your hotel  in Thimphu.

 



14th October - Day 9    Thimphu (2334m) – Paro (2200m)
Once a rustic village sitting in a broad, fertile river valley, Thimphu is today the nation’s capital. We depart after breakfast to visit the National Takin Preserve to acquaint ourselves with the odd looking national animal of Bhutan - half goat and half cow.  Morning is the best time to visit as the animals are more  active.

We then enjoy a full day of sightseeing, including a visit to the stunning Buddha Dordenma Statue, made of bronze and gilded in gold and is 51 metres high, and the National Memorial Chorten depicting the Buddhist faith in the form of paintings and statues. This temple was first initiated by the Third King as a protection from the negative elements of modernisation, and as a monument to world peace. The Royal Queen Mother completed it as a memorial stupa for the Third King who passed away in 1972. We then continue on to the 12th century Changangkha Temple and The National Library housing the collection of Bhutanese scriptures dating back to the 8th century. In the late afternoon, depart for Paro. Overnight at your hotel in Thimpu
 



15th October - Day 10    Paro (2200m)
Early morning after breakfast we leave for Paro for our walk to the Tigers Nest monastery (optional walk). The trail is broad and the walk of approximately 3 hours uphill takes you high above the Paro valley. The view of Tigers Nest monastery built on a sheer cliff face 900 metres above the valley floor is a spectacular sight. The great Guru Rimpoche is said to have flown here on the back of a tigress when he brought the teachings of the Buddhist Dharma to Bhutan in the 8th Century. 

In the late afternoon we drive to the ruins of the 17th Century Drukgyel Dzong, an historic monument built by the Shabdrung to commemorate his victory against invading Tibetans in 1644. In fine weather the towering peak of the sacred Mount Jomolhari (7314m) appears as a stunning backdrop. On the return drive to Paro, visit 7th Century Kyichu Lhakhang, one of the 108 temples constructed by the Tibetan king Songtsen Gampo. Kyichu is built in a manner similar to the Jokhang in Lhasa, Nepal. Overnight at your hotel in Paro.
 



16 October      Paro - Singapore
Breakfast in the hotel, then drive to the airport for flight to your onward destination.

 



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Enquire now for
2019!


6 October to 16 October 2019

3atpunakha-566

 
Limited Availability
In late September / early October of 2018 Helen, Hamish and Wanda from Tuatara Tours visited Bhutan on a reconnaissance tour with the view of offering guided tours to this mysterious part of the world.

The objective of the journey was to better understand what is required to operate a successful tour in this remote country. 

We all came away pleasantly surprised, and very excited about the journey and have put together the Bhutan 11 Day - Cultural & Festival Tour for you.

Either Helen or Wanda will accompany you on your tour as a tour host. We employ local english speaking Bhutanese guides and drivers so Helen and Wanda are more hosts than guides who will ensure the smooth operation of your experience whilst in Bhutan.
 
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What's Included

For dates, availability & customisations Enquire

Bhutan Tours

Fitness
A reasonable level of fitness is required
Many monasteries in Bhutan are reached by long flights of steps. At times you will be at altitudes of up to 3000m, which can affect even the fittest traveller, so be prepared to be a little breathless.

Clothes & Luggage
We provide a comprehensive list of gear for you in the tour trip notes (sent to you on completion of the booking process.)
A medium size suitcase is sufficient for all your requirements, and ideally on wheels so that it can be pulled along.
You must be careful of the weight of your luggage and limit it to 15kgs ----- 20kgs at the very maximum.

Travel Insurance
Travel insurance is compulsory.
We require that, at a minimum, you are covered for medical expenses including emergency repatriation. We strongly recommend that the policy also covers personal liability, cancellation, curtailment and loss of luggage and personal effects.
We require evidence that you have travel insurance and the insurance company’s 24 hour emergency contact number has been provided to  Tuatara Tours.
We recommend that you take out insurance at the time of booking to protect your trip payment in the case that you may have to cancel your tour.
If you have credit card insurance we will require details of the participating insurer/underwriter, the level of coverage, policy number and emergency contact number rather than the bank’s name and credit card details. 






Bhutan

Bhutan 11 Day - Cultural & Festival Tour

 

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Druk Yul - Land of the Thunder Dragon 


 

Opened for tourism in the mid 1970s, even now fewer travellers visit Bhutan than visit Antarctica.
 


Guides

You will be accompanied by a New Zealand guide (host) who is experienced in travel to Bhutan. Your host will be with you from the time you leave Singapore until you arrive back in Singapore where your tour will end.

We will also have a fully accredited Bhutanese English speaking guide for the duration of the tour. Our guide is very well versed and qualified to comment on all that is Bhutanese. Our driver is also accredited by the Bhutanese government.
 



Visas

You will require a visa for Bhutan.  Please talk to us at the time of booking as we arrange your Bhutan visa which is included in the tour cost.
 



Transport

All transport including your return flights from Singapore to Bhutan are included in the cost of the tour.

On arrival in Paro we will be met by our Bhutanese Government accredited guide and driver.

You will be travelling in a well appointed small bus with very comfortable seating.

Whilst there are approximately 8000km of roads in Bhutan, the quality varies greatly depending on proximity to the major towns of Thimpu and Paro. As such, even short distances can take longer than expected. Bhutan is currently upgrading a lot of their road network and delays are common. Roads are narrow and speeds are slow.(Speed limit is 60kph).  

 



Accommodation

We stay in modern 3 to 4 star hotels or resorts all the way.

Hotels in Bhutan are of a good standard and are comparable with hotels in more developed western countries.

They are clean and tidy with modern facilities throughout. Rooms are double/ twin with ensuite facilities.

All rooms have coffee and tea making facilities. You will receive more comprehensive details of the accommodation on your tour at time of booking.

Your pre and post tour accommodation in Singapore is not included in the tour cost.

 



Food

All meals are included with the cost of your trip in Bhutan. Generally meals will be buffet style and taken in your hotel or guesthouse. Breakfast, lunches and dinners will generally include a selection of western, Chinese or Indian style dishes, with some local specialties on occasion.

Dont forget to try the national dishes of emma datshe (chilli and cheese) and delicious red rice. Rice and vegetable dishes are always present for every meal.

Vegetarians are well catered for and meat is the exception rather than the rule with most meals. Alcoholic drinks are not included with meals and are paid for separately. Filtered or bottled water is usually freely available in most hotels, restaurants and in the vehicle you will  be travelling in.

Each meal will typically have three or four dishes to share. Choices are limited and feedback has suggested that the food isn’t the main reason to visit Bhutan. Meals may become a little monotonous with similar offerings at a lot of the restaurants.

Please don’t be offended that your guide and driver do not eat with you. This is the custom in Bhutan and guides and drivers generally eat together in another section of the restaurant.
 



Entry Fees

All entry fees to monasteries and other attractions when accompanied by our local guide.
 


Enquire now for
2019!


6 October to 16 October 2019

3atpunakha-566

 
Limited Availability
In late September / early October of 2018 Helen, Hamish and Wanda from Tuatara Tours visited Bhutan on a reconnaissance tour with the view of offering guided tours to this mysterious part of the world.

The objective of the journey was to better understand what is required to operate a successful tour in this remote country. 

We all came away pleasantly surprised, and very excited about the journey and have put together the Bhutan 11 Day - Cultural & Festival Tour for you.

Either Helen or Wanda will accompany you on your tour as a tour host. We employ local english speaking Bhutanese guides and drivers so Helen and Wanda are more hosts than guides who will ensure the smooth operation of your experience whilst in Bhutan.
 
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For dates, availability & customisations Enquire

Bhutan Tours

Fitness
A reasonable level of fitness is required
Many monasteries in Bhutan are reached by long flights of steps. At times you will be at altitudes of up to 3000m, which can affect even the fittest traveller, so be prepared to be a little breathless.

Clothes & Luggage
We provide a comprehensive list of gear for you in the tour trip notes (sent to you on completion of the booking process.)
A medium size suitcase is sufficient for all your requirements, and ideally on wheels so that it can be pulled along.
You must be careful of the weight of your luggage and limit it to 15kgs ----- 20kgs at the very maximum.

Travel Insurance
Travel insurance is compulsory.
We require that, at a minimum, you are covered for medical expenses including emergency repatriation. We strongly recommend that the policy also covers personal liability, cancellation, curtailment and loss of luggage and personal effects.
We require evidence that you have travel insurance and the insurance company’s 24 hour emergency contact number has been provided to  Tuatara Tours.
We recommend that you take out insurance at the time of booking to protect your trip payment in the case that you may have to cancel your tour.
If you have credit card insurance we will require details of the participating insurer/underwriter, the level of coverage, policy number and emergency contact number rather than the bank’s name and credit card details. 







Enquire now for
2019!


6 October to 16 October 2019

3atpunakha-566

 
Limited Availability
In late September / early October of 2018 Helen, Hamish and Wanda from Tuatara Tours visited Bhutan on a reconnaissance tour with the view of offering guided tours to this mysterious part of the world.

The objective of the journey was to better understand what is required to operate a successful tour in this remote country. 

We all came away pleasantly surprised, and very excited about the journey and have put together the Bhutan 11 Day - Cultural & Festival Tour for you.

Either Helen or Wanda will accompany you on your tour as a tour host. We employ local english speaking Bhutanese guides and drivers so Helen and Wanda are more hosts than guides who will ensure the smooth operation of your experience whilst in Bhutan.
 
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History

For dates, availability & customisations Enquire

Bhutan Tours

Fitness
A reasonable level of fitness is required
Many monasteries in Bhutan are reached by long flights of steps. At times you will be at altitudes of up to 3000m, which can affect even the fittest traveller, so be prepared to be a little breathless.

Clothes & Luggage
We provide a comprehensive list of gear for you in the tour trip notes (sent to you on completion of the booking process.)
A medium size suitcase is sufficient for all your requirements, and ideally on wheels so that it can be pulled along.
You must be careful of the weight of your luggage and limit it to 15kgs ----- 20kgs at the very maximum.

Travel Insurance
Travel insurance is compulsory.
We require that, at a minimum, you are covered for medical expenses including emergency repatriation. We strongly recommend that the policy also covers personal liability, cancellation, curtailment and loss of luggage and personal effects.
We require evidence that you have travel insurance and the insurance company’s 24 hour emergency contact number has been provided to  Tuatara Tours.
We recommend that you take out insurance at the time of booking to protect your trip payment in the case that you may have to cancel your tour.
If you have credit card insurance we will require details of the participating insurer/underwriter, the level of coverage, policy number and emergency contact number rather than the bank’s name and credit card details. 






Bhutan

Bhutan 11 Day - Cultural & Festival Tour

 

thunder dragon-978

Druk Yul - Land of the Thunder Dragon 


 

Opened for tourism in the mid 1970s, even now fewer travellers visit Bhutan than visit Antarctica.
 

 

This Is Why Every Country In The World Needs To Be More Like Bhutan

 

Every country has its own charm and its own set of problems. Nothing and no-one is perfect but one can only try and get as close to perfect as possible. 

This tiny country which is smaller in area than the majority of Indian states is setting an amazing example of living life in the best way possible. It is still mostly untouched and unharmed by human intervention. 

Life in this land is calm, peaceful and surrounded by natural beauty, exactly how it is meant to be. 

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  • Bhutan provides free education and healthcare facilities to not only its residents, but also tourists.
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  • Bhutan is the only country that consumes more  carbon dioxide than it gives out.
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  • Around 70% of the total land is covered with forest in Bhutan.
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  • Bhutan is also the only nation that follows the policy of gross national happiness and not the traditional gross national product.
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  • It is the happiest country in Asia and probably in the world. Quite an achievement.
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  • Bhutan banned the use of tobacco completely in the year 2007.
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  • Its capital city Thimphu is free of traffic lights.
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  • It is the largest exporter of renewable energy in the world.
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  • It has banned the use of plastic bags since 1999.
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  • The king and queen of Bhutan celebrated the birth of their first child by planting around 108,000 tree saplings.
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  • It also has a world record of planting about 49,672 trees in just an hour.
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  • It is also the only country in the whole world that grows its food organically. Bhutan has banned the use of pesticides and other chemicals in agriculture.
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  • It is one of the greenest countries in the world.
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  • Citizens of the country have constitutional obligations to protect the environment.
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  • Simplicity is the policy that every Bhutanese individual breathes and lives. If all the countries followed Bhutan, our world would be a better place!

Enquire now for
2019!


6 October to 16 October 2019

3atpunakha-566

 
Limited Availability
In late September / early October of 2018 Helen, Hamish and Wanda from Tuatara Tours visited Bhutan on a reconnaissance tour with the view of offering guided tours to this mysterious part of the world.

The objective of the journey was to better understand what is required to operate a successful tour in this remote country. 

We all came away pleasantly surprised, and very excited about the journey and have put together the Bhutan 11 Day - Cultural & Festival Tour for you.

Either Helen or Wanda will accompany you on your tour as a tour host. We employ local english speaking Bhutanese guides and drivers so Helen and Wanda are more hosts than guides who will ensure the smooth operation of your experience whilst in Bhutan.
 
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