Bhutan Hospitality Travel Club

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A saint who had the ability to appear in eight different forms, one of them being Guru Rinpoche, visited Bhutan on a flying tiger and left the imprint of his body and his hat on rocks. School texts describe demons that threatened villages and destroyed temples until captured through magic and converted to Buddhism. Tales abound of ghosts who destroyed temples, and angels who rebuilt them. Researchers have attached dates to many events, though these often do not seem to fit together into a credible and accurate chronology. When reading Bhutanese history, it’s easier to let your imagination flow. Try visualising the spirit of the happenings rather than rationalising events as historical truth.

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Bhutan is a rich mosaic of cultures, lifestyles, languages and belief systems. In a country with a population of just over half a million, as many as 19 different dialects and a few languages are spoken. This is attributed to the fact that in the past, Bhutanese communities settled in the valleys with limited communication. The Bhutanese are, by nature, physically strong and fiercely independent with an open and ready sense of humour. Hospitality is an in-built social value in Bhutan. People wear colourful dresses, the men wear a Gho, a long robe tied around the waist by a slim fabric belt, or Kera. Kira, the main garment of women is an ankle length wrap-around.

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The climate in Bhutan is extremely varied. This variation in the climatic conditions and average temperature can be attributed to two main factors, the vast differences in altitude present in the country and the influence of the north Indian monsoons. Southern Bhutan has a hot, humid sub-tropical climate that is fairly unchanging throughout the year. Temperatures can vary between 15-30 degrees Celsius. In the Central parts of the country the climate cools a bit, changing to temperate and deciduous forests with warm summers and cool, dry winters. In the far Northern reaches of the kingdom the weather is cold during winter. Mountain peaks are perpetually covered in snow and lower parts are still cool in summer owing to the high altitude terrain. The Indian summer monsoon lasts from late-June through late-September and is mostly confined to the southern border region of Bhutan. It brings heavy rain and high humidity, to the southern region. These rains bring between 60 and 90 percent of the western region's rainfall. Annual precipitation ranges widely in various parts of the country. In the northern border region to Tibet gets about forty millimeters of precipitation a year which is primarily snow. In the temperate central regions, a yearly average of around 1,000 millimeters is more common, and 7,800 millimeters per year has been registered at some locations in the humid, subtropical south, ensuring the thick tropical forest, or savanna. Thimphu experiences dry winter months (December through February) and almost no precipitation until March, when rainfall averages 20 millimeters a month and increases steadily thereafter to a high of 220 millimeters in August for a total annual rainfall of nearly 650 millimeters. Bhutan's generally dry spring starts in early March and lasts until mid-April. Summer weather commences in mid-April with occasional showers and continues to late June. The heavier summer rains last from late June through late September which are more monsoonal along the southwest border. Autumn, from late September or early October to late November, follows the rainy season. It is characterized by bright, sunny days and some early snowfalls at higher elevations. From late November until March, winter sets in, with frost throughout much of the country and snowfall common above elevations of 3,000 meters. The winter northeast monsoon brings gale-force winds at the highest altitudes through high mountain passes, giving Bhutan its name - Drukyul, which in the Dzongkha language mean Land of the Thunder Dragon.

Welcome Note

responsive screens Bhutan Hospitality Travel Club are new generation of travel agent in Bhutan starving to be the leading ground operator in the region and our clients best partners, always providing best unique Bhutanese Hospitality service with social and environmental responsible tourism to our valued travelers from all parts of the world. Certainly our valued clients can also experiences a blend of medieval and modern Bhutanese hospitality services with us in the Land of Gross National Happiness. Apart from providing this uncompromising services, but we also share our unique aspirations, that become an invaluable experience to take back home indeed making a trip to Bhutan as a journey of life time. BHTC will certainly Exceed Your Expectation because of its decade of experiences in Tourism and as well as in Bhutanese Hospitality Industry.
As a tour operator here, we treat you like our friend or family member with the best quality and honest service so that you will realize how much it is worth for every dollar you spend travelling with us. Please come and join with BHTC for memorable trips in your life.

Bhutan Hospitality Tour Packages

Our special and popular tour packages are listed here for your browsing ease. We have hand picked these tours especially for you. We feel that these tour packages are ultimate packages to let you discover Bhutan and has in them the special and most selected tours and their itineraries. They are selected by our travel experts from BHTC upon thorough research and careful planning which are especially designed for you offering the best of Bhutan. We are more than happy to customise these tours based on your preference and need. Do feel free to browse through them and contact us for any customisation that you may require.

News

Upcoming Punakha Tshechu

One of the most celebrated festival of Bhutan - Punakha Tshechu starts 7th to 9th march 2017. Please contact us for more details
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Paro Tshechu - 7th to 11th April

Get ready to witness one of the most colorful festival of Bhutan. Paro Tshechu this April and discover Bhutan in its true essence. Contact us for further details
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Rhododendron Festival 18th to 20th April

The beautiful Rhododendron festival in Lam Peri near Dochula pass is one of the most beautiful natural flower fest that you should not miss in April. Varieties of natural Rhododendrons blossom and bloom covering almost all the mountain. Contact us for more details
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Testimonials

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About Us

Bhutan Hospitality Travel Club is one of the top travel company in Bhutan where we focus on providing quality tours to our valuable guest. Hospitality tours are our main focus area where we provide the best Hospitality service to our guest. Our other specialisation are as follows:
~ Cultural Tours
~ Adventure Tours
~ Trekking
~ Bird Watching
~ Festival Tours

Contact Details

Robin Gurung
Mobile: +975 17665025
P.O.Box No: 1904, GPO - Thimphu
Lower Motithang,
Thimphu : Bhutan

Email: robininbhutan@gmail.com, info@bhutanhospitalitytravels.com
Website: www.bhutanhospitalitytravels.com