Bhutan a place of solace, reflection and pure spirituality. Called as the “Land of the Thunder Dragon”, this Himalayan Kingdom has a reputation for preserving its unique culture from offering short prayers to local spirits and deities before eating, scarves worn having significance to the wearer’s rank or status and its enchanting festivals filled with colorful songs and dances. Bhutan’s advocacy “Gross National Happiness” upholds a philosophy that amassing material wealth does not necessarily lead to happiness.
Nepal, bounded by snow capped mountains and rich cultural diversity. Within its narrow borders we will find a complete climatic range, from tropical to temperate, alpine to Arctic. As many as 30 different languages and dialects are spoken among the many ethnic groups if Indo-Aryan and Tibetan origins. Moreover, gods and deities statues, the Newar Buddhists worship a real living goddess, the Kumari, a pre-pubescent girl selected through a ritual. They are believed to have powers of fulfilling wishes and give blessings of prosperity.
Walk among the clouds in Tibet and discover why it is referred to as “Roof of the World”. Surrounded by two mighty ranges, where Himalayan range consist of the world highest peak Mt.Everest situates from south to west and Thanggula ranges in the north. Tibet will give you a lasting memory of its beautiful landscapes, sacred monasteries and its wonderful people.