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Private Day Tour in Xining
"At 9:00am your guide will meet you at your hotel lobby. Then you will be driven to Kumbum Monastery which is 16 miles (25 kilometers) from Xining. Kumbum is one of the six biggest Tibetan Monasteries. The founder of Yellow Hat Sect Tsongkhapa was born and grew up here before he went to Lhasa. You will view the Stupas Teaching Hall...etc. The amazing Butter sculpture exhibition in the monastery will definitely impress you. Afterwards you will be transferred to a local restaurant for lunch. Then you will be transferred to Dongguan Mosque in Xining that is the biggest mosque in Xining with traditional Chinese architecture and very different from Arabic style. You guide will take you for a visit at a local market near the mosque where you can see
From $89.00
 
Half- Day Potala Palace Tour from Lhasa
"Your local guide will meet you in your hotel lobby then take a taxi with you to the Potala Palace.On this half day tour you will spend half day on exploring the highlights of the Tibetan capitol the Potala Palace. The exotic structure stands 13-stories-high and contains more than 1000 rooms. The palace is divided into two sections. The White Palace which was built in the mid-17th century provided living quarters for the fifth through the fourteenth Dalai Lamas. From the White Palace pilgrims climb to the central Red Palace
From $102.00
 
Full-Day Tour of Ulaanbaatar With Museum and Black-market
"This full-day tour of Ulaanbaatar showcases the best of the city known as the “Da Huree - Big Town.” You will kick off their morning with a stop at Chinggis Khaan Square where they will get an up-close look at the statue of the former leader on you will journey to Gandan Monastery which was constructed as an homage to the Buddhism in Mongolia. Travelers can wander the grounds of the Bogd Khan's summer palace which dates all the way back to 1770-1920! The historic halls are lined with decorative turtle shell inscribed with the names of the queens and his followers. Five impressive courtyards with paths once reserved for the Emperor of the palac the black-market is closed on Tuesday you will tour the Kharkhorin market instead. Enjoy a traditional Mongolia lunch
From $75.00

Most Viewed Transportation in Bhutan

Always First!

As, Bhutan is very quiet, Travelers will always find themselves first in the queue for the Buses/Taxis. Un-metered taxis operate in Thimphu and Paro and the fares are negotiable.The people of Bhutan...
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mamtap
Jul 10, 2015

India to Bhutan!

Indians can receive a visa on entry and it is not necessary for them to book travel through a tour operator. For Indian nationals a passport or voters card are acceptable on entry.The main point of...
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mamtap
Jul 10, 2015

One lane roads, two way traffic

Unless you are on a non-tourist visit, you are pretty much required to be on a tour. So you will be in a car or bus with a driver. Local public transportation is not illegal, but the low population...
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melosh
Jan 26, 2015

Scariest landing in the world?

The old Kai Tak airport in Hong Kong or the runway that is built out over the ocean in Funchal, Madiera were probably two of the scariest landings I have been on until our more recent adventure coming...
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GrumpyDiver
Jan 03, 2015

The roads

A few things about travel through Bhutan; the average tourist cannot drive. You must be on an organized tour and that means you will be with a guide and driver; the Toyota Landcruiser is the smallest...
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GrumpyDiver
Dec 29, 2014

Aircraft seating - to / from India

The routing from New Delhi to Paro International Airport takes you over Nepal. If the weather cooperates and you are on the left side of the aircraft, it is possible to catch a glimpse of Mt...
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GrumpyDiver
Dec 29, 2014
 
 
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No Inter-line agreements with DrukAir

It seems that you cannot directly check your luggage through to Paro, when flying into Bhutan.DrukAir is a small airline and while it is not a discount airline, it has not set up any inter-line...
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GrumpyDiver
Sep 17, 2014

Drukair

DrukAir is the only airline that flies into Bhutan and operates out of the Paro airport.You can't buy a DrukAir ticket without a visa, and if you are a tourist, you can't get one of those without...
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GrumpyDiver
Sep 14, 2014

Druk Air: The Royal Bhutan Airlines

The official airline of Bhutan is Druk Air. No other airline can fly to Paro, the only international airport of Bhutan. Druk Air’s symbol is the flag of Bhutan, a dragon with orange and yellow colors....
ozalp
Apr 04, 2011

Nepal to Bhutan by Road

The cheapest way to go to Bhutan from Kathmandu will be to follow these steps1) take an overnight bus from Kathmandu to Kakarbhitta. This city is the border point between Nepal and India. The bus...
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bkarjee
Apr 13, 2008

Travel agency that will transport you to Lama land

In order to get from the airport to town and to go around the town you will need a travel agency. Contact them ahead of time so they arrange all your transportation needs.Kuenga the travel agent...
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Prinsalsita
Apr 01, 2006

What's Beyond the Sky?

The mountains!Paro is the only airport in Bhutan. If you fly into Bhutan, like I did, from Kathmandu, make sure you get a seat on the left hand side (north side).Then you will have the wonderful views...
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illa
Oct 28, 2004

Wheels on hills

For the budget traveller, the best way to reach Bhutan is by bus. Foreigners other than Indians will probably find it easier to enter Bhutan through the charming airport at Paro. From Paro, Thimpu is...
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Raingirl_0675
Mar 18, 2004

From Guwahati in Assam I took...

From Guwahati in Assam I took bus to NewJaipaiguri, After that switched to the bus to Siliguri which has private and public(Bhutan Govt) both. Then get off in Jaigaon in India, this is the town has...
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Kartann
Sep 08, 2002

Popular Cities in Bhutan

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Thimphu

Thimphu Dzongkhag
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Paro

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Top Hotels in Bhutan

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, PO Box 524, Thimphu, Bhutan
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Valley View Drive, paro, Bhutan, 1000, BT
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P.O.Box 236, Thimphu, Bhutan
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PARO, Paro, PA 999999
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Phenday Lam downtown 11001
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Balakha Chento Geog, Near Drugyal Dzong Paro, PARO
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Top Things to Do in Bhutan

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Hike to the Tiger's Nest also called the Taktshang Monastery

The Tiger's Nest, locally known as the Taktshang Monastery, stands on a vertical cliff-face in Paro, Bhutan. A trip to Bhutan could be considered incomplete if you don’t visit this monastery, which...
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"Falling in love with a country"
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tremendopunto

"BHUTAN - the last true illusion of the Himalaya"
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GrumpyDiver

"Bhutan"
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"Land of the Thunder Dragon"
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"Into the Last Himalayan Buddhist Kingdom"
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