Bhutan Art & Craft

There is sacred meaning in Bhutanese architecture. Bhutanese art is religious and it does not exist by itself. The traditional Bhutanse art and architecture are unique and beautiful. They are highly decorative and ornamental. The amazing part of traditonal Bhutanses architecture is that it does not use either nails or iron bars. The Bhutanese architecture grandeur is exhibited in the form of Dzongs, monasteries, temples, chortens and traditional Bhutanese houses.

The genius of Bhutanese art is best expressed in dances and paintings. Bhutan's thangkas and mandalas depict an artistic skill and a rare exquistie fineness. The mandala or mystic circle represents the Buddist concept pf cosmogony of the universe. The statues are made of wood, stones, bronze, coral, pearl and , other expensive materials, which depict fine craftsmanship of the Bhutanese artists. Such beautiful and precious art & architecture is very important for Bhutanese and visitors alike.

Activities in Bhutan

Choose your activities based on your interest.

Cultural Tours

Cultural Tours

Cultural tours provide a greater opportunity to visit villages and temples and to a get a closer look into the local culture and lifestyle of the Bhutanese people more than any other type of tours in Bhutan.
Festival Tours

Festival Tours

Bhutan is legendary for its delightful religious festivals, held in the major cities and towns of Bhutan-Paro, Thimphu, Punakha and Bumthang. When schedules allow, we include these festivals in our itineraries.
Special Tours

Special Tours

Bhutan has many activities available for those visitors seeking a place of meditation, peace and retreats. The other activities can be flora & founa, bird watching, spiritual tours, photography, rafting, kayaking etc.
Trekking Tours

Trekking Tours

Bhutanese treks are along remote paths through the wilderness. More than half of astounding landscape is covered by natural forest, pristine, protected lands rich in vegetation and wildlife in its natural habitat.