Bhutan - Live it local

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    If you're truly looking to discover a place …. Its ways, the people , the food, the culture ,its history and experience local life then Live it local is for you. Sink yourself into the experience by living with families at their homes. We offer you the charming homestays in cities or at farms or even with a tribe .Let your local hosts share their culture with you. Discover more by attending their festivals. Learn to cook. Interact with the children by volunteering at a school. Explore the region in traditional ways.

    Duration : 5 to 15 Days

    • Views of the Himalayan Mountain Range as you fly into Paro
    • Thimpu's rich cultural heritage
    • Thimpu's swinging night life
    • The 108 chortens at Dochula pass
    • Punakha valley in spring time ,profusion of red, pink, white, yellow and purple rhododendron blossoms
    • Raft the Mo Chu river
    • Visit Punakha Dzong
    • See if you can spot a yak
    • Drive through dense spruce and larch forest to Chele La
    • Hike up to Taksang Monastery, Tigers Nest
    • Experience Bhutanese food and their love for chillies
    • The painting schools in Thimpu keeping the traditional art forms alive
    • Cycle downhill from Bhutans highest motorable pass
    • Try your hand at archery – Bhutan's national sport
    • Camp under the stars
    • Some of the best trekking trails exist in this region
    • The beautiful Phobjikha valley
    • Bhutans version of Gouda cheese at the factory
    • Day trip to Ura
    • Visit what Bhutanese feel is the most sacred place in the world, Bumthang
    • The traditional weaver and their wares
    • Try your hand at archery
    • Work on a farm
    • Work with an NGO
    • Meditate with a master of higher learning at one of the monasteries



    Mid Sep to Dec - autumn colors and early crisp winters
    Mar to May - spring and festival season
    Jun to Sep - the rains - but in the mountains that can be quite a wonderful experience in certain regions
    Jan to Mar - winter but blue skies like you can't imagine


    The local currency is called Bhutanese Ngultrum Ngultrum

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    • Local customs and nuances
    • Safety tips
    • The best apps
    • Local guide to food
    • City guides
    • Transportation guides
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