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We emphasize on becoming Your Travel Partner by Choice. Hence, we are staffed with a team of highly experienced and professional tour managers and guides. We take pride in providing high quality service. Satisfaction of our clients is our utmost priority.
It is easy to promise excellence. But at Phuentshok, we only promise what we can deliver. We focus on the personal touch that each group deserves. Everyone gets to see Bhutan as if they are the only ones; indeed they are the only ones that matter to us.
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Set in the Lamperi Botanical Gardens near Dochula Pass. The garden is located in the center of a 47 sq. mile botanaical park and has over 46 species of rhododendrons.
Ura valley in Bumthang is known for the famous dance known as the Ura Yakchoe. During the festival a sacred and important relic is also put on display so that the people can receive blessings from it.
The event was renamed as Coronation Marathon to commemorate the historic coronation of the Greath Fourth King of Bhutan. This year, the event will mark its 10th edition.
Considered one of the most challenging one-day events in the world, the mountain bike race covers 268 kilometers of absolutely stunning Himalayan landscapes as it takes cyclists from central to western Bhutan.
This is one of the biggest festivals in the country and is held for three days beginning the 10th day of the 8th month on the lunar calendar. The festival was initiated in 1867 by the 4th Druk Desi (Temporal Ruler of Bhutan).
This festival is organized by the people of three villages in Bumthang, Thangbi, Goling and Kharsath and is an ancient tradition that dates back to the 13th century. The festival takes place in Thangbi village of Bumthang.
This 5-days festival is famous of its fire ritual and the ritualistic naked dance. It is hosted at Jambay Lhakhang, founded by Tibetan King Songtsen Gampo, in the 7th century AD.