The physical beauty of Bhutan and its cultural integrity are almost legendary, and in order to preserve its unique, idyllic natural and cultural heritage, the leaders of Bhutan have wisely decided to keep the kingdom secluded, and only a relative handful of visitors are allowed to enter each year.
The journey will start by visiting Kolkatta. Visit The Botanical Garden situated at Shibpur area of Howrah District. Later visit the Howrah Bridge. It one of three bridges on the river Hooghly and is the most famous landmark in all of West Bengal.
Visiting these magnificent sites we also travel through the country side to discover the real India and the colourful people who make it so unique. We stay in the charming town of Bundi, exploring its blue alleyways, forts and hillside lake, and culminating the tour by a visit to the world-famous town Pushkar
The Nabji Trail is an ideal trek set out in Jigme Singye Wangchuck National Park. Besides the natural beauty of the area, the area also contains cultural history, wildlife, and superb birding opportunities. The last two days of the trek will go through the homeland of the Monpa people.
The trail goes through stunning moonscape, apricot valleys and sparkling streams and crosses two passes affording excellent views of the Zanskar ranges. The trek ends at Likir from where will drive to Phyang from where will start the second part of the trek.
"Its land is not like our land, its sky is not like our sky," wrote Mullah Darvish of Herat, after visiting the fringes of what is today Arunachal Pradesh."…its roads are frightful like the path leading to the nook of death…. Its forests are full of violence like the hearts of the ignorant / Its Rivers are beyond limit and estimate, like the minds of the wise."
Nepal a unique country to have maximum number of variation of geology as well as culture. Kathmandu, the capital, represents Nepal in a form of bouquet that shows you the best of Nepal. This itinerary for 05 days is a comprehensive program which will let you experience all aspects of NEPAL.
Visit to Wangdue Phodrang Dzong that is perched on a spur at the confluence of two rivers. The position of the Dzong completely covers the spur & commands impressive views over both the north-south & east-west roads. Paro valley – a living cultural centre and visit Taktsang monastery considered as one of the most venerated places of pilgrimage in the Himalayan world.
Recently an independent country, but now part of India, Sikkim includes an incredible variety of landscapes ranging from the edge of the Indian plains to the dizzy heights of Kanchenjunga, the third highest peak in the world. It is particularly famous for the wide variety of flora found there, and provides some very spectacular trekking. Sikkim is also home to its own branch of Tibetan Buddhism, and some spectacular monasteries can be found all over the state.