[dropcap]I[/dropcap]f someone asked us to come up with a list of the top 10 reasons why you should visit Bhutan, chances are that we can easily come up with at least a hundred really good reasons, perhaps more. Scenic beauty, proximity to nature, high level of safety for tourists, relatively inexpensive travel, a naturally preserved environment yet untouched by the woes of progress. the list goes on and on. Introducing Glance at Bhutan. one of our most celebrated Yelha Bhutan.
The best way to find out about the magic of Bhutan is by paying us a visit. We may be an Asian country in spirit but in terms of modern amenities-hotels, airport, transport-we are just as good as any western nation. Moreover, the Government monitors all tourism closely and so you get your money’s worth and more. The package we want to tell you about here is by far among our most popular Bhutan packages and has been expertly designed to provide you with a glimpse of Bhutan from every possible angle. It provides you with an unmatched combination of escorted sight-seeing in a private vehicle, well-appointed hotel, exquisite cuisine and highly personalized services.
If you wish to enjoy a well-spent limited-time vacation in Bhutan, you should consider one of the cultural tour packages offered by Yelha Bhutan Tours & Travels . The Cultural tours of Bhutan designed by us have inculcated the great sense of cultural showcasing of various parts of Bhutan, though its on you to choose what part of the country’s culture should be visited by you.
We at yelhabhutan.com offer a wide selection of Bhutan cultural tour packages tailored especially for you need.
The Jambay Lhakhang Drup is festival which held in the striking valley of Bumthang gained its attraction from the visits of tourist in the recent years because of its uniqueness than any other festivals held in Bhutan. The Jambay Lhakhang is the oldest monastery built in the year 659 is known for its two special events that is “Mewang” (Fire blessing ceremony). Readmore
Black Necked Crane Festival
Every winter Black Necked Cranes migrate to Phobjikha Valley from Tibet in a big group. This valley is a protected area for the Cranes. Upon arrival they circle the Gangtey Monastery 3 times and do the same when they return back to Tibet in spring again. The Government of Bhutan under the Royal Society of Protection of Nature has undertaken to preserve and protect this endangered Cranes. Readmore
Fairy Tale Bhutan Kingdom Photography
The beauty of this valley has attracted many important Buddhist masters over the centuries. Bumthang has the most number of religious sites than any other district in Bhutan. Visit the Jambay Lhakhang, Kurjey Lhakhang, Tamshing Lhakhang and Jakar Dzong. Most of the visit will be done on foot. Readmore