Bhutan Lhayi Zeydhan Tours & Travels

Bhutan Lhayi Zeydhan Tours & Travel is a family-owned business operated by two sisters, Tshering Yangzom and Sonam Choden, who wish to connect people with the Buddhist culture. ‘During my extensive travels in the West, I met many people who expressed a deep desire to visit Bhutan. Most of them had very little information or knowledge about how to travel to Bhutan, so they never pursued it. Seeing this inspired me to create a company together with my sister, so that we can help people throughout the world fulfill their dream of experiencing the wonders of Bhutan’, Tshering Yangzom explains....

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Why Visit Bhutan

It is the first country in the world that is carbon negative with more than 70% of the land being under forest cover and with the constitution mandating that at least 60% of the land be under forest cover for all times to come. The Glorious Himalayas in which Bhutan lies have shielded the country from outside influence allowing it to maintain a culture and tradition that have relatively been unchanged for centuries.

With a development philosophy of Gross National Happiness, Bhutan is set on a different development path than the rest of the world, the Pillars of GNH is based on good governance, environmental conservation, sustainable development and preservation of the unique culture and tradition of Bhutan.

With These philosophy Bhutan have been able to preserve and cherish it’s natural environment and unique tradition and culture as it was centuries ago and you will get a chance to explore and experience the lives that Bhutanese people live.

10 Things to do in Bhutan

Witness local festivals Come and see the local festivals or Tsechu is a religious event celebrated on tenth day of the month according to the lunar calendar.  Tshechus are grand events where entire communities come together in their finest clothes to witness religious mask dances, receive blessings and socialize. In addition to the mask dances, tshechus also include colorful Bhutanese...

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