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4. Thimphu TashiChho Dzong, Thimphu, Bhutan
1. Bumthang Dzong monastery in the Kingdom of Bhutan.
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2. Jakar Dzong or Jakar Yugyal Dzong on a ridge above Jakar town in the Chamkhar
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Bhutan Peaceful Tours & Trek

Bhutan Peaceful Tours & Trek is a exclusive DMC created whith the vision to promote Bhutan as An exclusive travel destination based on Gross National Happiness (GNH) Values.

The office is based in Thimphu, the capital of the Kingdom of Bhutan and managed by a committed & dedicated team of, full-service Destination Management Company.


IThe Objective of Bhutan Peaceful Tours & Trek is to develop and promote High value, Low impact tourism, to create an enabling environment for a vibrant tourism industry; and to promote Bhutan as a year round destination and foster regional spread of tourism.

H. B. Bajgai is the co-founder & CEO of Bhutan Peaceful Tours & Treks and has run the company since 2003. It is always a joy to invite people to Bhutan from all over the world & letting them not merely visit but experience Bhutan is more than any reason to choose Bhutan Peaceful Tours & Treks. We not only focus our own interest but also the interest of the nation & most importantly interest of clients by Tailor made Itineraries specific to their requirements. In the past 16 years most visitors visiting Bhutan through Bhutan Peaceful Tours & Treks have become close friends.

"Taking you into de depth of our culture & tradition"

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Bhutan, tucked away in the depths of the Eastern Himalayas, the 42,000 sq. km small kingdom of Bhutan, or Druk Yul, is little known and lesser visited. A forbidden land for centuries. Still, the kingdom maintains a policy of “low volume – high quality tourism” and retains its exclusiveness in the world of travel. From high mountain peaks to deep lush valleys, from modern apartments in Thimphu to farmland barns, from meditative monks deep in prayer to fluttering prayers and vibrant, colourful festivals, Bhutan is incomparably unique.

The contry is wedged between China and India. Bhutan evolved one of the independent state and is one of the last Bastions of Buddhist country. Thus, Bhutan today remains one of the untouched virgin land with magnificent scenic beauty, a paradise for the cultural tourist, the trekkers and the mountaineer alike. With more than 72% of the total area covered by forests and diverse flora and fauna, the country has been declared as “One of the Ten Global Hotspot” in the World. In cities and hamlets across the kingdom, the people live a way of life that is rich in tradition and steeped in the age-old system of hospitality.

Bhutan offers luxury travelers unique attractions like its stunning landscapes, exclusive resorts, cultural experiences, and the opportunity to explore its ancient traditions and monasteries. The country's focus on preserving its environment and culture adds to the appeal for those seeking a high-end, authentic experience.

Bhutan has embraced the concept of Gross National Happiness (GNH) as a guiding philosophy, which goes beyond economic indicators to prioritize the overall well-being and happiness of its citizens. This philosophy emphasizes sustainable development, cultural preservation, environmental conservation, and good governance.

The principles of GNH align with the slow life philosophy, which encourages a more mindful and balanced approach to life, valuing quality over quantity and emphasizing the importance of connection with nature, community, and oneself. Bhutan's commitment to preserving its cultural heritage, promoting eco-friendly practices, and prioritizing citizens' well-being reflects a natural alignment with the slow life philosophy. This can be seen in the country's emphasis on low-impact tourism, environmental conservation, and the integration of spiritual and cultural values into daily life.

What to visit in Bhutan



Paro is in a beautiful valley in the middle of huge forested mountains with Pa Chhu (river) marking an aquatic trail in the midst of the gorge.

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Thimphu was pronounced the capital of the Kingdom by His Majesty the 3rd King Jigme Dorji Wangchuk in 1960


In the history of Bhutan, Punakha district certainly stands out as a spectacle. Punakha used to be the former capital of Bhutan prior to Thimphu from the year 1637 to 1907



Wangdue Phodrang is one the biggest districts in the country with an area of 4029.03 sq. km with population of more than forty thousand local residences in the district.



Haa is a prestige to western Bhutan with its charming beauty and tranquility



Phobjikha is also known as the valley of the cranes as it is a popular destination for the unique creature the ‘Black Necked Crane’ which has been listed by the IUCN (International Union for Conservation of Nature) as an endangered species.



The whole district lies under the Jigme Dorji Wangchuck National park is a biological hotspot for many plants and animals included some of the most endangered one like the snow leopard, the musk deer and the Bengal tiger.

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Bumthang Valley is considered to be the one of the sacred places in the country owing to its large number religious monuments and festivals.

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Trongsa is indeed one of the special districts as the history of the monarchy of Bhutan leads us back to Trongsa.



One of the most interesting features in Zhemgang is the Royal Manas National Park. This protected park is the oldest nature preserve in the Kingdom of Bhutan



Trashigang Dzongkhag (district) also known as “The Jewel of the East”,

Trashigang main Town has an attractive ambience, with its painted houses, amongst beautiful flowers commonly bougainvillea and its tiny shops and cafes. This town is also the principle market place for the semi-nomadic people of Merak and Sakteng.



Most of Lhuntse district is part of the environmentally protected areas of Bhutan. The district contains parts of Wangchuck Centennial Park in the north, Thrumshingla National Park in the south and Bumdeling Wildlife Sanctuary in the east.



Trashi Yangtse Dzongkhag is also known for its rich cultural diversities. It has many cultural pilgrims and sites to visit like Rigsum Goenpa, Gom Khora, Ombha Ney and many more.



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