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OFFBEAT – The Thousand Lakes Trek

The six-day Dagala Trek, befittingly dubbed as ‘The Thousand Lakes Trek’ owing to the legend that there are over a thousand lake in and around Dagala, is one of the most beautiful and scenic treks in Bhutan. The trek follows the ancient trade route between Thimphu, the capital of Bhutan, and Dagana District, located in the...
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ON THE ROAD, INTO THE WILD – A Gateway to Panbang

Panbang is a small, sleepy town in the extreme south of Zhemgang Dzongkhag, some 13 kilometers north of the Indian border. Remote and far-flung, little was known about Panbang until recently. Encircled by the tributaries of Manas River, dense sub-tropical vegetation and a thriving wildlife, Panbang is an eco-tourism hotspot.
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TOP 10 REASONS why you should visit Bhutan in 2020

When Lonely Planet came out with their list for 2020 late this fall (2019), it created a bit of an excitement in the Bhutanese travel industry. They gave perfectly good and flattering reasons why one should visit our lovely corner of the Himalayas but we felt they forgot the deeper, perhaps more important, reasons why...
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OFFBEAT – Hot Tips for Trekking the Laya-Gasa route

The first five days of this trek follows the same route as the Jomolhari Trek and offers breathtaking views of snow-capped peaks like Mt. Jomolhari, Jichu Drake, and Tsherimgang. On the sixth day the path splits toward Lingshi via a campsite at Chebisa, a charming village adorned with a beautiful waterfall of crystal clear water.
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