Living amidst the Culture of Bhutan during a family tour

Living amidst the Culture of Bhutan during a family tour

November 17, 2018 0 By the-admin

Out of total visitors who visit Bhutan every for a memorable Bhutan tour, 60% are of them are on cultural tour.

Bhutan as a Cultural Hub!! 

Colourfull festival of Bhutan

Bhutan has been able to preserve its unique culture along with the advancement of modernization & democracy. The culture and traditions of Bhutan are displayed in the form of language, architecture & festivals.

Bhutan is one of the most popular traveled holiday destination in the world. Do you know why? Its cultural heritage is the reason. Interesting, right?

Go For A Cultural Tour…

If you wish to experience Bhutanese tradition any time of the year then a tailor-made Bhutan family tour is meant for you. This tour allows you to have a living experience of –

  • Bhutanese lifestyle
  • Local People’s nature
  • Their culture
  • Their tradition
  • Bhutan’s ecology
  • And the religion of the country

‘Wow! A holistic country for sure!’

Must Awaited Tour For Culture-Lovers!!

Want to boost inner culture side? Then what are you waiting for, do explore!

Bhutan is an ideal country for a memorable cultural tour with family. During the trip, the drive through the undulating landscape takes you to the central Bhutan where you will experience ancient traditions. These ancient structures of Bhutan depict the traditional skills of Bhutanese. Moreover, you will witness Bhutan’s rich arts and crafts of flawless artisans of ancient times.

Cultural Tour-What Exactly Mean by that?

A cultural tour in Bhutan means visiting monasteries, Dzong, & of course the festivals which reflecting the importance of Bhutanese daily lives. Bhutan cultural tours include-

1. Hike to Tiger’s Nest Monastery!! 

Bhutan Hiking

‘No Cultural trip to Bhutan is complete without a hike up to the Tiger’s Nest.’

Perched at an altitude of 1200m above the Paro valley floor, Tiger’s Nest is the most iconic place to visit in Bhutan. It is believed that Guru Rinpoche came here on the back of a tigress and meditated at this place, hence the name of this monastery is Tiger’s Nest.

Essential Facts

Best Time to visit: October-March

Opening hours: 8 am-1 pm and 2 pm-5 pm

Duration of this tour: 2-3hrs

Things to do: Meditation and trekking

2. Go, Dzong Hopping!!

‘A Dzong is part fortress & monastery which symbolize Bhutan’s culture’

Dzongs are seemed to be the heart of each regional country. The interiors of Dzongs are uniquely painted with an inspirational image that illustrates the truths of Buddhism and path to liberation.

Popular Dzongs of Bhutan are-

  • Trongsa Dzong
  • Lhuentse Dzong
  • Jakar Dzong
  • Paro Dzong
  • Punakha Dzong

3. A Glimpse of Colorful Festivals!!

‘Festivals give you the ultimate cultural experience in Bhutan.’

If you really want to know about the culture of Bhutan, you should not skip festivals of here. Festivals are held across the country at various Dzongs when the locals dress up in their finest clothes.

Famous festivals of Bhutan are-

  • Paro Tshechu
  • Thimphu Tshechu
  • Jambay Lhakhang Drup
  • Haa Summer Festival
  • Black-Necked Crane Festival

4. Live On A Farm!!

‘It is a special feeling for sure!’

Stay atleast one night on a farm in Bhutan to witness the daily lives of Bhutanese farmers. Here, you will have the opportunity to take the traditional stone bath and sleep under the rafters of an ancient farmhouse.

Impressed much?  Then pack your bag and get ready for a remarkable cultural trip with the most affordable Bhutan family tour packages.

Popular FAQs-

Q. Which is the best time to visit Bhutan?

A. The ideal time to visit Bhutan is from October to December and January to February.

Q. Which are the best hotels for a family trip in Bhutan?

A. The most comfortable hotels in Bhutan for a family trip are Taj Tashi Hotel, Dhensa Boutique Resort, Le Méridien, Amankora etc.

 

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