Booking Open for Group Tours for Bhutan Travel During Paro Festival April-2012

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Now is the ideal time to plan that exotic vacation experience of a lifetime- bookings for group tours for Bhutan Travel during Paro Festival in April-2012 are open now via BhutanTravelAgency.com. Lakey Wangmo, the director of the company announced that in local press conference.

Mask Dance during Paro festival in Bhutan

Mask Dance during Paro festival in Bhutan

“Bhutan has only limited connectivity to the world because of lesser frequency of international flights, I suggest all travelers to book their flight tickets right away as I don’t expect availability of any seat by January beginning,” says Lakey Wangmo

Now is the ideal time to plan that exotic vacation experience of a lifetime- bookings for group tours for Bhutan Travel during Paro Festival in April-2012 are open now via BhutanTravelAgency.com. Lakey Wangmo, the director of the company announced that in local press conference.

The Paro Festival is one of the most magnificent among the yearly festivals held in different districts across Bhutan. Held in early spring, the Paro Festival is a cultural legacy, steeped in religious symbolism of tantric Buddhism, and a major social event for the local community.

The highlight of the five day long festival, known as Tshechu, is the religious dances performed by monks in a 17th century fortress. These spectacular dances, believed to be the replications of dances envisioned by the 8th century saint Guru Padmasambhava, have remained unchanged for centuries. These precisely choreographed dances, with their intricate costumes and masks, and hypnotic beats, have stories and depictions of the tantric Buddhist universe and its various levels of heaven and hell, and are believed to have the power to bestow blessings and purify anyone who witnesses them.

The final day of the tshechu is an especially important one, as the gigantic applique image of Guru Padmasambhava, known as thongdroel, is displayed to the public. Viewing the thongdroel is believed to dissipate sins, and free the soul.

BhutanTravelAgency.com announced several Bhutan Travel Packages for group tours to meet travellers exact needs.

The Beautiful Bhutan plan is a 7 day package, which includes two days at the festival, a hike to the famous and breath-taking Taktshang Monastery, and takes travellers to the capital, Thimphu, as well as the quaint old capital, Punakha, where one can opt for white water rafting. This plan also includes visiting Wangdue, a charming town with a fortress built over an elephant shaped hill, and Gangtay, well known for the rare Black Necked Cranes which migrate here in winter from Tibet.

The Best of Bhutan plan is a 10 day package, will include a trip to the historically significant Trongsa District and the panoramic and spiritual Bumthang district, as well as two additional days of hiking, following the Black Necked Crane Nature Trail, and through rhododendron forests in Punakha.

The Bhutan Tour with Druk Path Trek is a 15 day long plan which includes a moderately challenging Bhutan trekking on the scenic Druk Path, ideal for amateur or first time trekkers. This trek is one of the most beautiful in the country, passing through rhododendron forests where the very rare blue poppy can be glimpsed, and alongside some of the highest and most untouched lakes in the planet. This package also includes trips to Wangdue, Gangtey, Tongsa, and Bumthang.

The 15 Days Eastern Bhutan Tour package takes travellers from The Paro festival to the Capital, Punakha, Wangdue, Gangtey, Trongsa, Bumthang, and onward east through the highest passes accessible by road in Bhutan, to the Thrumsengla National Park, home to the most diverse and rare flora and fauna, including the Red Panda, Snow Leopard and Bengal Tiger. From here onward, tourists will be taken to the easternmost reaches of the country, where lush mountains seem to be suspended among clouds, into Mongar and Trashigang districts. These districts, which have been opened to Bhutan holidays destination in recent times, have a distinct people known for their hospitality, and a religious heritage based on a different sect of Buddhism, making this side of the country a new experience of Bhutan. From Tashigang, one will be taken into the Bomdeling Wildlife Sanctuary in Tashiyangtshe District, which is one of the wintering spots for the black necked cranes, and home to a diverse flora and fauna, and an indigenous community of 3,000 inhabitants who reside within the park.

Yetis and Dragons Bhutan Travel Agency is the leading Bhutanese tour operator, with more than a decade of experience in providing high quality Bhutan Tours and Travel services to satisfied clients. They have also provided professional services in organising international conferences in Bhutan, providing Bhutan Travellers with the complete Bhutan experience, whether one visits for business or pleasure.

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