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Appraise Mystical colors of Dragon Kingdom

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Trip at a Glance

  • Company

    Bhutan Tours & Luxury Exclusive

  • Locations

    Thimphu, Bhutan

  • Activities

    Cultural Immersion, Lifestyle

  • Price
    From: $2540 USD per person
  • Duration

    11 Days

  • Avg Distance


  • Departure Day(s) and Time(s)

    Customize according to clients

  • Starting Location

    Paro Bhutan

  • Price Includes

    Bhutan Visa fee Accommodations All Meals All transfers and sightseeing. Local English Speaking Tour Leader/Guide. Full-time luxury SUV or luxury Coaster Bus. All necessary permits and their fees

  • Notes

    One of the most unique features of our tours is that all the itineraries are fully customizable trips from A to Z, for example, trip length, places of interest, the pace of travel and more.


  • Lhuentse is the original home of Bhutan’s royal family in the remote and ancient region of Kurtoe.
  • Kishuthara is a fabric made by silk on silk weaving with an intricate hand laced patterns
  • It is highly regarded and most expensive hand-woven Bhutanese textiles in Bhutan.
  • spend the day winding your way up the trail to the legendary Taktsang Monastery (Tiger's Nest) one of Bhutan's most iconic sites.
  • Yathra is the name for the locally produced hand-woven woolen cloth

Trip Info

Tour Highlights

Weaving is an ancient art in Bhutan. Taking root in a rural and rustic setting, a uniquely rich tradition of weaving has evolved and flowered over time. With skills handed down from generation to generation, mother to daughter, from family to family, weaving in Bhutan is today an art form that is representative of the very heart and souls of the country. Fabrics fashioned in the looms, a veritable feast of magical colors and intricate designs and patterns, are symbolic of the Bhutanese society and the Dragon Kingdom. Khoma is a nucleated village in Lhuentse Dzongkhag, famous for its silk weavers and the extraordinarily detailed textile known as kishuthara. Weaving has become one of the main sources of income in Khoma and nearly all the women are weavers. This 11 days tour provides opportunity to explore and experience various kind of textile weaving and dying. You will also have chance to see magnificent Dzongs, temples, monasteries and stupas, real Buddhist culture and philosophy, villages to experience rural life, and know more about Bhutan’s friendly and ever smiling people, their traditions and way of life and explore the scenic beauty of the country by walking between the rolling hills and virgin forest filled with wild flowers and fragrance. You can also plan your Bhutan journey to coincide with one of the vibrant religious festivals of eastern Bhutan, the region that is also famous for its textile weaving.

Let Bhutan Tours & Luxury Exclusive help you plan your next memorable experience.

Bhutan Tours & Luxury Exclusive

Bhutan Tours & Luxury Exclusive. Bhutan Tours & Luxury Exclusive is Bhutan destination management company (DMC) and tour operator specialized in Luxury Travels options. The Dedicated & Enthusiastic Team Focuses on the finer aspects of travel & Serves as a Gateway for the discerning travelers around the globe. With more than 10 years of experience, an inimitable network of partners and strong knowledge of the industry enables us to offer you a complete and tailor-made experience in Bhutan. Seamless service, safety, and security are the cornerstones of the operations, and exclusivity is given by the most thorough planning. Therefore The pleasure of your journey is our goal, whilst providing a perfect, bespoke service is our job. We Don’t Transform Dreams In Travels, We Transform Travels In Dreams


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