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Everest Region Trek..

This trek is designed to fulfill the dream of many trekkers to experience the historic route to the base of the worlds highest mountain. Our carefully devised itinerary provides a fine opportunity to visit both Base Camp..
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Annapurna Region Trek

This trek provides you dramatic changes in landscape, culture and climate. The changes in climate from warm to cold take you to the sacred shrine of Muktinath in Mustang district. From Pokhara to Mustang, you can enjoy the through terraced hills
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Mustang

Once inaccessible, the forbidden land of Mustang has finally been opened to a limited number of visitors. Mustang is one of the very few places on earth, which is not yet spoilt by tourist.
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Bhutan
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About Bhutan

The Fascinating Himalayan Jewel
The Buddhist Kingdom of Bhutan lies along the lofty ridges of the eastern Himalayas, bordered by China (Tibet) to the north and northwest, and by the Indian states of Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, West Bengal and Sikkim on the east, south and west respectively. With an area of 46,500 square kms Bhutan is comparable to Switzerland both in its size and topography. It was the mighty Himalayas which protected Bhutan from the rest of the world and left the Kingdom blissfully untouched. The Drukpa Kagyupa school of Mahayana Buddhism provided the essence of a rich culture and a fascinating history. The Bhutanese people protected this sacred heritage and unique identity for centuries by choosing to remain shrouded in a jealously guarded isolation.

Bhutan is home to one of the world's richest natural environments and a virtually untouched and vibrant Buddhist culture. The Kingdom has over 72% of the land under forest cover that shelters several species of flora and fauna, including many rare and endangered species. Because of its rich and untouched natural heritage, Bhutan has been rightfully declared by scientists as one of the ten global "Hot Spots".

The Kingdom is peopled sparsely by a population of 0.6 million. Three main ethnic groups constitute Bhutan's population; the Sharchopas, who are held to be indigenous inhabitants, the Ngalogpas whose descendent is traced to neighboring Tibet and the Lhotshampas, recent immigrants of Nepalese origin. The inhabitants of Bhutan are gracious gentle and very hospitable, they are peace loving and possess lively sense of humor. Less than 10,000 tourists visit Bhutan every year. We arrange exclusive trips in Bhutan for people from all around the world. We are equipped and experienced to handle any kind of trip you fancy. Visit Bhutan with us to experience Bhutan.

The Land of Thunder Dragon
Few places remain as mysterious as Bhutan. It is probably the only protected Himalayan paradise still thriving in its original natural splendor. Hidden in the eastern Himalayas between India and Tibet, it is a sparsely populated country of one million people. It is also the last surviving Mahayana Buddhist state. The Kingdom of Bhutan has remained a hidden secret, by choice, for many years. Today it has opened its door to visitors and a small number of people are welcome to explore this fascinating and mysterious land.