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All over the year.
Bhutan Cultural Tour with Saga La trek is the mesmerizing tour that begins with the sun high, showing the clear track. Make your gadgets ready to capture the mystic path filled with amazement on every corner. Because of the many mysterious and hypnotizing factors, Bhutan is well-known for its magical flashes. Like the Property of the Thunder Dragon, the Kingdom high above the ground, and, the Land of the Unseen Treasures.
Thimpu is a mesmerizing city and the people here never forget to follow the discipline. It is always the top priority for people to respect their culture. They maintain the rules of red, green and yellow lights on their hearts. They are very good at doing the handwork remarkably. Color-Combined dresses are very eye-catching.
Apart from the culture and dress, the food is another must-try in Bhutan. Oh my God, it is mouthwatering as well as spicy. But the food items are surely going to satisfy both your heart and the taste of the mouth. As a compliment, you will always see the smiling mountains like Mount Jhomolhari and Mount Drageygang high on the sky, with a soft blanket of clouds covered with the white snow.
As you travel through ‘Haa planters’, you feel like time traveling to the history. It lets you forget about the modern lifestyle and other modern equipment. It still follows the ancient culture, thus, it is one of the remote villages in the country. Your journey does not end here. You walk with the history of the virgin woods. Not to mention, the birds singing beautifully will hypnotize you. Therefore, it is also called the home of birds from Sagala to Tahung.
Paro: Bhutan has all the surreal beauty that will absolutely blow your mind. The second most popular place to be in Bhutan is Paro. It lies in its surreal beauty of nature, the bewildering setting of the valley floor shadowed by mountains, the meandering Paro Chu River and the abundance of monasteries and institutions. It is situated west of Thimphu and exhibits the most natural form of nature. The rich culture, heritage, old temples as well as monasteries, are still intact in their authentic outlook.
Paro is also home to the only airport in the country and the National Museum. Moreover, the scenic terraced lands are known to produce the country’s most of the red rice. In the northern end of the valley, the grandeur of Bhutan’s tallest peak Mt.Jomolahri basks in eternal glory. The air journey in and out of Paro showcases some stunning views of the Mt. Everest, Kanchenjunga, Makalu, Jomolahri, Tsrim Gang, and Jichu Drakey.
In conclusion, this is not the end of your trip to Bhutan but is just the beginning.