• Punakha(1,310m) is Bhutan's ancient capital and the winter seat of the Central Monastic Body due to its sub-tropical climate.
    Punakha, Bhutan's Ancient Capital

    Punakha(1,310m) is Bhutan's ancient capital and the winter seat of the Central Monastic Body due to its sub-tropical climate.

  • The name 'Taktsang' means 'Tiger's nest'; the Guru is said to have flown to this site of the monastery on the back of a tigress.
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    The name 'Taktsang' means 'Tiger's nest'; the Guru is said to have flown to this site of the monastery on the back of a tigress.

  • Dochula (3,100m) is marked by a large array of prayer flags and 108 stupas. On a clear day the pass offers a panoramic view of the Bhutan Himalaya.
    Dochula Pass

    Dochula (3,100m) is marked by a large array of prayer flags and 108 stupas. On a clear day the pass offers a panoramic view of the Bhutan Himalaya.

  • Haa valley is one of the picturesque districts in Bhutan. Haa is the ancestral home of the Royal Grandmother and the Dorji family.
    Haa Valley

    Haa valley is one of the picturesque districts in Bhutan. Haa is the ancestral home of the Royal Grandmother and the Dorji family.

Travel to Bhutan, the Land of Thunder Dragon with Bhutan Tashi Pelbar Adventure and feel the difference. Bhutan Tashi Pelbar Adventure provides the perfect destination to the travelers with awe-inspiring unique tour options.

 

 

BHUTAN-AUSTRALIA FRIENDSHIP OFFER

The year 2017 is a special occasion for the Kingdom of Bhutan and Australia as it

 

marks 15 years of diplomatic relations between the two countries.

 

To commemorate this happy occasion, the Royal Government of Bhutan is pleased

 

to present the “Bhutan – Australia Friendship Offer” to welcome all nationals of Australia

 

to visit Bhutan in 2018.

 

 

What is the Bhutan – Australia Friendship Offer?

 

It is a one-time special package that is being offered to all nationals of Australia visiting

 

Bhutan in June, July and August, 2018. The offer includes the following:

 

1.Visitors may choose not to pay the all-inclusive mandatory minimum daily package

rate

 

of US$ 200 per person per night. Instead, they will pay only the government Sustainable

 

Development Fee of US$ 65 per person per night.

 

 

2. Visitors can avail discounted fare on Airlines.

 

 

3. Visitors can avail up to 50 % discounts in partnering Hotels

 

 

4. Visitors have flexibility / choice of services.

 

 

5. Visitors do not have to pay the surcharge of US$ 40 per person per night and US$ 30

 

each for two persons.

 

6. Special airport reception on arrival of the 1st Group

 

Terms and conditions:

 

1. The offer is valid from 1st June 2018 to 31st August 2018.

 

2. The offer is for the nationals of Australia only.

 

3. Visitors should book their trip through a licensed Bhutanese tour operator.

 

4. A one time visa fee of US$ 40 is applicable.

 

"You don't choose your family. They are god's gift to you, as you are to them" -Desmond Tutu. BTPA is personally owned by Karma Yangyel. One of his greatest strengths is his attitude: self motivated, well disciplined, likes taking challenges, reliable, full of spirit and humor. We are passionate about travel and are committed in making your stay in Bhutan one of the memorable and special holiday in your life time.

The Tshechu is a religious event celebrated on tenth day of a month of the lunar calendar corresponding to the birthday of Guru Rinpoche. It is believed that everyone must attend a Tshechu and witness the mask dances at least once to in order to receive blessings and wash away their evil deeds. Be sure to witness the Tshechu when you visit Bhutan.

“The big question is whether you are going to be able to say a hearty yes to your adventure.” - Joseph Campbell. Trekking is something you cannot miss. As written in Robert Dompnier's Colours of Bhutan, any trek in Bhutan takes the traveler through magnificent forests filled with a wide variety of species.

"A nation's culture resides in the hearts and soul of its people."-Mahatma Gandhi. Bhutan is widely known for the unique culture and traditions. People all around the world admire the unique culture and visit our country to experience it. It is indeed one of the aspects that we live in such harmony and freedom.