Travel Information Bhutan
Cost to travel
While travelling to Bhutan, the government has fixed the daily tariff which can’t be reduced. The rate will be according to the services provided. But, the rate doesn’t differ according to the tour. We can mainly have cultural tour, Festival tour, bird watching tour and several more. The arrangement for visas, Druk Air reservation, hotel booking, bird watching ticket and several other services will be done by the Visit Mustang Tours.
Trekking in Bhutan
Bhutan is one of the beautiful countries of the world. We can visit many beautiful places at Bhutan. We will gain an amazing experience while travelling at the high mountains of Bhutan. We can also see the beautiful dense forest with variation in vegetation and animals. The land is not much populated here.
Climate and temperature
The climate of Bhutan is tropical in the south and temperate in the center of the country and too cold in the north. In the Thimpu and Paro valley, during the winter season, the day is very much cold and the night goes below freezing point. Mid December to early January is clear and dry in western Bhutan whereas late December to mid February is the period of heaviest snowfall in the high altitudes.
People and language
The Bhutan is small country in the size which contains about 6, 00,000 population. Mainly there are three ethnic people living at this country, the Sharchopas, Ngalops and Lhotsampas. The Sharchopas used to live in the eastern part of Bhutan; they are of Indo-Mongoloid. The Ngalops used to live in the western part of Bhutan and the Lhotsampas used to live in the southern part of Bhutan, they are of Nepalese origin. Dzongkha is the national language of Bhutan. Besides this, several ethnic used different language according to their place.
The major people of Bhutan used to follow the Buddhism as their main religion. The Tsechus are the most colorful event and all Bhutanese used to gather and celebrate at every Dzong, temples and monasteries. Several festivals are celebrated here in enchanting manner.
The national dress for men is Gho and Kira for women which were introduced by Shabdrung Ngawang Namgyel to give Bhutanese a unique identity. All Bhutanese are compelled to wear their national dress at government offices, schools and on formal occasions.
The flag of Bhutan is representing the country by its color. The upper half of the flag is yellow which denotes the fruitful state and religious affairs. The lower orange half of the flag represents the religious practices and spiritual power of Mahayana Buddhism. The thunder dragon running diagonally across the flag represents the name Druk Yul. Its white color is an expression of purity and loyalty between the ethnic and the linguistic groups in the country.
If someone is eager to visit Bhutan, then she/he has to book the travel as early as possible. Early activities will ensure us to get a good hotel and the flight tickets. During the festivals to get the ticket is very hard. So, early booking will be best idea.