Bhutan is a little known country which was for a long time cut off from the rest of the world, so it’s sometimes difficult to get hold of definite information to organise a trip there. That’s why the team at Evaneos has put together a practical guide to Bhutan which will help you...Bhutan is a little known country which was for a long time cut off from the rest of the world, so it’s sometimes difficult to get hold of definite information to organise a trip there. That’s why the team at Evaneos has put together a practical guide to Bhutan which will help you prepare for your trip. Did you know for example that the best times to explore the country are spring and autumn, seasons during which the temperatures hover around 25 degrees by day? Did you know that in order to visit Bhutan you have to join a group or create one? What are the standards of hotels like in the country? What are the best places to go hiking? What place does religion hold in the country? Consult our practical guide and you’ll have the answers to all your questions. Continue reading
From the lively and rarely visited village of Trashigang to the capital of the country, Thimpu, nestled between hills and wooded valleys, you’ll discover during your trip to Bhutan a country that is both traditional and modern. The glacial valley of Phobjika, an exceptional animal reserve, shelters black necked cranes, sambar deer and bears. You can meet the Layap people in Laya, a small village with its own dress and its own language and you’ll get the chance to go on a trek up the high peaks of the Himalayas. Lovers of extreme sports can go river rafting while travellers in search of the real Bhutan can meet different ethnic tribes. Do all these ideas make your mouth water? Evaneos puts you directly in touch with an English-speaking agent who is well versed in Bhutan. Whether you want to share the everyday life of the Bhutan people by concentrating on small villages, or you’re keen to go on long walks on mountain sides, or whether you want a trip based around Buddhist culture, all these ideas can become reality.
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