Tour Itinaries

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Ancient Living Treasures of Bhutan

     An everlasting Memorable Experience in the Land of the Thunder Dragon

1. 05 Mins. : Tah Goen Thruesel. Sprinkling of blessed Amrita water on distinguished guests attending the “Living Treasure” ceremonial function blessed by an established spiritual master. This particular blessing is to purify both internal and external negative forces. One person.

 2. 05 Mins. : Gegtrey Ceremony. Wrathful Mask Fire dance to cleanse all the elements of negative energy. Performed by two mask dancers with fire torch and accompanied by ritual drum, cymbal and horn. Five person.

3. 05 Mins. : Marchang Ceremony. Offering of wine to the celestial deities. After the distinguished guests are being seated, the wine offering ceremony to the deities are considered auspicious by seeking their magical power for protection to the congregation. Two person.

4. 05 Mins. : Shukdrel Phunsum Tsogpa. Ancient Bhutanese Tea Offering Ceremony. This event is offering of various kinds of any eatable or consumable fruits or nuts to the distinguished guests, followed by butter tea and traditional Bhutanese snacks. Six person.

5. 05 Mins. : Lugar Shay. Traditional Bhutanese folklore dance. To rejoice and thank the celestial deities, for having blessed the congregation, folk dancers in their traditional costume perform three sessions of continuous dance and song. Six person.

6. 05 Mins. : Shingshay Pem Cham. Ritual Dance of the celestial beings. This dance is performed by two dancers in its ancient ritual style, accompanied by ritual recitations by a spiritual master. Five person.

7. 05 Mins. : Pazap Dance. Ancient Bhutanese Warrior’s victory dance. This war dance was performed by a warrior chief after having defeated their rival enemy to commemorate their victory. Two person.

8. 05 Mins. : Kaago and Jab Thrue. Blessings for long and prospective life. The blessing is conducted and presided over by spiritual master by giving blessed amrita water to the guests an concluded by receiving the Sutra and Mantra recitation blessings an inhaling burnt incense. One person.

Reservation Form for

 Ancient Living Treasures of Bhutan Ritual Services

1. One time package deal charges: Nu. 25,000.00 (Approx. USD 400.00)

2. Name of the client/tour agency:

3. Venue: Hotel/Lodge/Resort:

4. Preferred date & time of the ritual services:

a)Date:

b)Time:

Date:                                                              Signature of the Client/Tour Agency

 

Terms & Conditions: 

Reservations: Instant ritual reservations can be made from your office or your hotel reception counter. We suggest that your ritual services are scheduled at least four weeks in advance to obtain your preferred date & time for the ritual service to be performed accordingly.

Hours of Ritual Services: Suggested timing between 05pm – 10pm BST. Ritual proceedings are performed by a group mixture of ten to twelve male and female artists, supervised and coordinated by their troupe leader. The ritual proceedings can prolong anywhere between 40 minutes to an hour.

Guests Arrival: We recommend that your guests arrive at least 5 minutes prior to the ritual services time in order for your guests to relax, rejoice and inspire our ritual performance proceedings.

Cancellation Policy: Should you wish to cancel your ritual performance appointment, please allow a week’s notice or a 30% cancellation fee will be charged.

Ritual Etiquette: Guests are welcome to attend the ritual proceedings in their informal dress.

Gratuities: Gratuities may be given to the ritual artists at the guest’s own discretion and is greatly appreciated.

Outsource Ritual Charges: All outsource ritual charges outside Thimphu is subject to an additional 30% outsource service charges to cover up transportation, food & lodge expenses of the ritual artists.

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PILGRIMAGE TO BOEY KHEMPA JONG TOUR
Adventure and Pilgrimage in the Land of the Thunder Dragon
Day 01 – 14, 20..

This exclusive pilgrimage trip offers an unprecedented opportunity to visit and explore some of the sacred hidden treasure abodes of Guru Pema Sambhawa in one of the remotest places of Eastern Bhutan.

BASIC ITINERARY PROGRAMS:

1. Day 1 – Arrive at Bangkok.

2. Day 2 – Group flies from Bangkok to Gauhati, Assam, India. After Lunch at Guahati city, drive to Samdrup Jongkhar, border town of Eastern Bhutan. (100 kms.) Check in Pelri Lodge. After tea and refreshments, visit Zangtopelri temple and explore the market.

3. Day 3 – After breakfast, drive north to Trashigang. On the way, visit Yongla Gonpa (70 kms.) After lunch at Womrong town, visit the following places on the way:

a) Zangtopelri temple at Womrong. (105 kms.)

b) National Handloom Development Project at Khaling. (130 kms.)

c)  Sangnag Dognag temple at Yonphula. (150 kms.)

d) Zangtopelri temple at Kanglung. (165 kms.)

Check in at Lengkhar Lodge. Witness Bhutanese archery game and hot stone bath in the evening hours before dinner.

4. Day 4 – After breakfast, drive to Trashi Yangtse. (70 kms.) On the way, view first day of annual Gom Kora festival. Lunch at Rotpashong. (45 kms.) Check in at a local guest houses/lodge. Practice and circumbulation at Chorten Kora.

5. Day 5 – After breakfast, trek to Rigsum Gonpa (3 hrs.) and Dechenphodrang (3hrs.). Pack lunch on the way. Overnight at the same local guest house/lodge.

6. Day 6 – After breakfast, drive to Lhuntsi. (160 kms.) Lunch at Hotel Zongar, Mongar. Overnight camp at Kurtoey Dungkhar.

7. Day 7 – After breakfast, trek to Guru Rinpoche’s hot mineral spring at Behyul Khempa Lung. Pack lunch on the way. (5 hrs.) Camp at the hot spring base.

8. Day 8 – After breakfast, vigorous trek to Behyul Khempa Jhong. Pack lunch on the way. (6 hrs.) Camp at Behyul Khempa Jhong base.

9. Day 9 – After breakfast, trek to Guru Rinpoche’s Yonten Kuenjung hot spring at the base of Kheega Rathoe rockey cliff palace. Pack lunch on the way. (3 hrs.) Camp at Behyul Khempa Jong base.

10.Day 10 – After breakfast, trek to Kurtoey Dungkhar. Pack lunch on the way (8 hrs.) Camp at Dungkhar.

11. Day 11 – After breakfast, drive to Bumthang. On the way, visit Lhuntsi Dzong and traditional weaving center at Khoma. Lunch at Limithang. Check in at HotelRiver Lodge. (230 kms.)

12. Day 12 – After breakfast, visit places of interest of Bumthang valley. Lunch at Swiss Guest House. Evening practice at River Lodge alter room.

13. Day 13 – After breakfast, drive to Punakha. Lunch at Chendepji restaurant. Check in at Hotel Zangtopelri. (150 kms.) On the way visit Chimi Lhakhang.

14. Day 14 – After breakfast, visit Druk Wangyel temple at Dochula over tea on the way to Thimphu. Check in Hotel Namgay Heritage. Explore Thimphu market  and Centenary Market in the afternoon.

15. Day 15 – After breakfast, drive to Ramthangkha and trek to Taktsang Pephug monastery. (2 hrs.) Lunch at Hotel Zeewa Ling. On the way back, visit Kitchu and Dungkhar temples. Check in at HotelGanteyPalace. Evening practice.

16. Day 16 – After breakfast, Drive to ParoInternationalAirport and departures to destinations.

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PILGRIMAGE TO BUDDHA’S CATHEDRAL ROCK Adventure and Pilgrimage in the Land of the Thunder Dragon

This exclusive pilgrimage trip offers an unprecedented opportunity to visit and explore the most amazing Buddha’s Cathedral Rock figure in the remote area of Bumthang in Central Bhutan.

BASIC ITINERARY PROGRAMS:

1. Day 01 – Arrive at Bangkok.

2. Day 2 – Bangkok to Paro. Drive to Thimphu. Check in Hotel Namgay Heritage. Afternoon, visit the National Memorial stupa, Kunzang Phodrang Buddha Point and Tashichhodzong flagging off ceremony.

3. Day 3 – After breakfast, drive to Trongsa (160kms.) Lunch at Chendebji restaurant. Check in at Hotel Yangphel. Afternoon, visit Ta Dzong museum and Trongsa Dzong.

4. Day 4 – After early breakfast, drive to Chumey valley (50kms.) and continue drive to Yarangbi. (3hrs.) After lunch, trek to Goenpapong (4hrs.) and camp for the night.

5. Day 5 – After early breakfast, trek to Khar (5hrs.) Packed lunch on the way. Camp for the night at Khar and explore and view of the Buddha’s Cathedral Rock.

6. Day 6 – After early breakfast trek back to Goenpapong. Packed lunch on the way. (5hrs.) Overnight at Goenpapong farm house.

7. Day 7 – After early breakfast, trek to Yarangbi (3hrs.) and continue drive to Bumthang. Pack lunch on the way. Overnight at Gongkar Lodge.

8. Day 8 – Fly to Paro. Check in at Hotel Udumwara. After breakfast, drive to Ramthangkha and trek to Taktsang Pephug monastery. (3hrs.) Lunch at Pephug Cafeteria. Visit National Museum, Kitchu and Dumtsey temples in the afternoon.

9. Day 9 – After breakfast, drive to Paro International Airport. Departure to destinations.

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 Traditional Bhutanese Age-old Farm House Hospitality:

1. Venue:  Any village in Bhutan.

2. Traditional lodge and catering facilities:

a) Experience sleeping on comfortable wooden floor.

b) Drink traditional Bhutanese butter tea and brewed Ara liquor.

c)  Familiarize and mingle with local village inhabitants.

d)  Taste and eat locally prepared food and breakfast.

3. Lodge charges per head per night: Nu. 1,500.00

 4.  Food and beverage charges for dinner & breakfast: Nu. 1,200.00 for one person.

 5.  Locally arranged traditional entertainment charges: Nu. 5,000.00 for one to two hour presentation.

Reservation and bookings to be confirmed four weeks in advance

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[restab title=”Jomo Kingkhor Tour”]

CELESTIAL ADVENTURE TO JOMO KINGKHOR Adventure and Pilgrimage in the Land of the Thunder Dragon
Day 01 – 14, 2014

This exclusive pilgrimage trip offers an unprecedented opportunity to visit and explore the most sacred and revered abodes of the celestial Jomo and Dangling in the remote places of Merak and Sakten in the remote Eastern Bhutan.

BASIC ITINERARY PROGRAMS: 

1. Day 01 – Arrive at Bangkok.

2. Day 2 – Bangkok to Gauhati, Assam, India. After lunch at Guahati city, drive to Samdrup Jongkhar, border town and gateway of Eastern Bhutan. (100 kms.) Check in at Pelri Lodge. After tea and refreshments, visit S/J Zangtopelri temple and explore the market.

3. Day 3 – After breakfast, drive north to Trashigang. On the way, visit Yongla Gonpa (70 kms.) After lunch at Womrong town, visit the following places on the way:

a)    Womrong Zangtopelri temple. (105 kms.)

b)    Khaling traditional weaving center. (130 kms.)

c)    Yonphula Sangnag Dognag temple. (150 kms.)

d)    Kanglung Zangtopelri temple. (165 kms.)

Check in at Lengkhar Lodge. Witness Bhutanese archery game and hot stone bath in the evening hours before dinner.

4. Day 4 – After breakfast, drive to Phongmey (30 kms.) and trek to Merak. Paked lunch on the way. (8 hrs.) Camp at nearby Merak village.

5. Day 5 – After early breakfast, trek to Jomo Kingkhor (6 hrs. to & fro) Pack lunch on the way.  Return and overnight at the same camp.

6. Day 6 – After breakfast, trek to Sakten. (6 hrs.) Pack lunch on the way. Camp at nearby Sakten village. Explore Sakten hamlets and Sakten folk dance entertainment over bonfire in the evening hours.

7. Day 7 – After breakfast, trek to Phongmey. (8 hrs.) Pack lunch on the way. Check in at Lengkhar Lodge, Trashigang.

8. Day 8 – After breakfast, drive to Bumthang. (260 kms.) Lunch at Hotel Zongar at Mongar. Check in at HotelRiver Lodge.

9. Day 9 – After breakfast, visit places of interest of Bumthang valley. Lunch at Swiss Guest House. Evening practice at River Lodge alter room.

10. Day 10 – After breakfast, drive to Punakha. Lunch at Chendepji restaurant. Check in at Hotel Zangtopelri. (150 kms.) On the way visit Lama Drukpa Kunley’s Chimmi Lhakhang.

11. Day 11 – After breakfast, visit Druk Wangyel temple at Dochula over tea on the way to Thimphu. Check in Hotel Namgay Heritage. Afternoon, visit the National Memorial stupa, Kunzang Phodrang Buddha Point and Tashichhodzong flagging off ceremony

12. Day 12 – After breakfast, drive to Begana, Thimphu and trek to Tango and Cheri monasteries. (5 hrs.) Pack lunch at CheriBridge. Explore Thimphu and Centenary Market in the afternoon. Overnight at Hotel Namgay Heritage.

13. Day 13 – After breakfast, early drive to Ramthangkha and trek to Taktsang Pephug monastery. (6 hrs.) Lunch at Hotel Zeewa Ling. On the way back, visit Kitchu and Dungkhar temples. Check in at HotelGanteyPalace. Evening practice.

14. Day 14 – After breakfast, drive to ParoInternationalAirport. Departure to destinations.

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PILGRIMAGE TO SINGAY DZONG TOUR
Adventure and Pilgrimage in the Land of the Thunder Dragon
April 05 – 19, 2014

This exclusive pilgrimage trip offers an unprecedented opportunity to visit and explore some of the sacred hidden treasure abodes of Guru Pema Sambhawa in one of the remotest places of Eastern Bhutan.

BASIC ITINERARY PROGRAMS: 

1. March 31 – Arrive at Bangkok.

2. April 5 – Group flies from Bangkok to Gauhati, Assam, India. After Lunch at Guahati city, drive to Samdrup Jongkhar, border town of Eastern Bhutan. (100 kms.) Check in at Pelri Lodge. After tea and refreshments, visit Zangtopelri temple and explore the market.

3. April 6 – After breakfast, drive north to Trashigang. On the way, visit Yongla Gonpa (70 kms.) After lunch at Womrong town, visit the following places on the way:

a) Zangtopelri temple at Womrong. (105 kms.)

b) National Handloom Development Project at Khaling. (130 kms.)

c) Sangnag Dognag temple at Yonphula. (150 kms.)

d) Zangtopelri temple at Kanglung. (165 kms.)

Check in at Lengkhar Lodge. Witness Bhutanese archery game and hot stone bath in the evening hours before dinner.

4. April 7 – After breakfast, drive to Trashi Yangtse. (70 kms.) On the way, view first day of annual Gom Kora festival. Lunch at Rotpashong. (45 kms.) Check in at local guest houses/lodge. Practice and circumbulation at Chorten Kora.

5. April 8 – After breakfast, trek to Rigsum Gonpa (3 hrs.) and Dechenphodrang (3hrs.). Pack lunch on the way. Overnight at the same local guest house/lodge.

6. April 9 – After breakfast, drive to Bumdelling. (1hr.) After lunch, trek to the 1st day’s camp towards Singay Dzong. (6 hrs.)

7. April 10 – After breakfast, trek to the 2nd day’s camp towards Singay Dzong. Pack lunch on the way. (8 hrs.)

8. April 11 – After breakfast, trek to the 3rd day’s camp towards Singay Dzong. Pack lunch on the way. (8 hrs.)

9. April 12 – After breakfast, trek to Singay Dzong. Pack lunch on the way. Camp at Singay Dzong base. (8hrs.)

10. April 13 – After breakfast, explore and trek to Singay Dzong surrounding area holy lakes. Pack lunch on the way and at the base camp.

11. April 14 – After breakfast, trek to the 1st day’s camp towards Lhuntsi. Pack lunch on the way. (8 hrs.)

12. April 15 – After breakfast, trek to the 2nd day’s camp towards Lhuntsi. Pack lunch on the way. (8 hrs.)

13. April 16 – After breakfast, trek to Lhuntsi. Pack lunch on the way. Camp at Kurtoey Dungkhar and explore the area. (8 hrs.)

14. April 17 – After breakfast, drive to Bumthang. On the way, visit Lhuntsi Dzong and traditional weaving center at Khoma. Lunch at Limithang. Check in HotelRiver Lodge. (230 kms.)

15. April 18 – After breakfast, visit places of interest of Bumthang valley. Lunch at Swiss Guest House. Evening practice at River Lodge alter room.

16. April 19 – After breakfast, drive to Thimphu. Lunch at Chendepji restaurant. Check in at Namgay Heritage Hotel. (230 kms.)

17.  April 20 – After breakfast, explore Thimphu city market surroundings. Drive to Paro after lunch at Hotel Druk. Visit Tamchog, Dungkar and Kitchu temples on the way. Check in at HotelGanteyPalace. Evening practice. (60 kms.)

18. April 21 – After breakfast, drive to Ramthangkha and trek to Taktsang Pephug monastery. (5 hrs.) Lunch at Hotel Zeewa Ling. Visit the ancient fort of Drukgyel Dzong. Explore Paro market. Overnight at HotelGangteyPalace.

19. April 22 – After breakfast, Drive to ParoInternationalAirport and departures to destinations.

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[restab title=”Mr. Krzysztof Jan Herdzin”]

Tentative Bhutan itinerary for Mr. Krzysztof Jan Herdzin

Day I. 21 July, Monday: Arrival at Paro International Airport by KB 205 from Delhi at 1535. To be received by Khaling Karma and Guide Sangay Tenzin at the airport exit terminal building. Refreshments at Hotel Holiday Inn and drive to Thimphu (50 mins.). Check in at Peaceful Resort, Motithang, Thimphu. Tentative audience with His Eminence Pedselling Rinpoche at his office/residence at Thimphu.

Day II. 22 July, Tuesday: Drive to Tango base (30 mins.). Hike to Tango Monastery and meditate (1 hr. hike). Packed lunch (3 people) at Chhari Zampa stupa and visit the following places after lunch.

a) Pangrizampa Astrology Institute, Taba

b) Zilukha Nunnery, Thimphu

c) Chang Gangkha Lhakhang, Thimphu

d) National Memorial Chorten, Thimphu

e) Tashichhodzong National Flag Recess Parade, Thimphu

f) Tentative audience with Thamchen Khenpo at his rresidence, Thimphu

g) Explore Thimphu City shopping malls

Dinner at Cha Restuarant, Chang Zamtog and recess at Peaceful Resort.

Day III. 23 July, Wednesday: Drive to Dochula (40 mins.). Visit Druk Wangyel Lhakhang and drive down to Lobesa and visit Chhimi Lhakhang (1 hr.). Drive to Punakha and visit Puna Dechen Phodrang Dzong (20 mins.). Lunch at Punshi Dina. Drive to Khamsum Yuley base (25 mins.) and hike to Khamsum Yuley Namgay Khangsar stupa and meditate (50 mins. trek). Overnight at the monastery guest house and prepared dinner.

Day VI. 24 July, Thursday: Drive to Bumthang. Lunch at Hotel Yangkhil at Trongsa. Visit Trongsa Ta Dzong Museum. Drive to Bumthang (2 hrs.). Check in at Hotel River Lodge. Packed lunch for 3 people.

Day V. 25 July: Early morning drive to Tang Valley and trek to Thowa Drak Monastery (4 hrs. trek). Packed lunch on the way. Meditation and trek back to Tang valley and to Kunzang Drak Monastery (3 hrs.). Meditation and overnight at the monastery and prepared dinner.

Day VI. 26 July: Trek back to Tang Valley and drive to Mebartso (1 hr.). Drive to Bumthang and check in at Swiss Guest House. Visit the following places after lunch.

a) Tamshing Lhakhang

b) Kurjey Lhakhang

c) Jambey Lhakhang

Day VII. 27 July: Drive to Trongsa (2hrs.). On the way visit Venerable Rangshikhar Lama at Chumey. Lunch at Rukubji Chazam Restaurant and drive to Gangtey (4 hrs.).Visit Gantey Sangnag Choling Lhakhang and meditation. Check in at Gakiling Farm Guest House and dinner.

Day VIII. 28 July: Drive to Paro (5 hrs.). Lunch at Druk Wangyel Cafeteria at Dochula. Drive to Paro and check in at Hotel Olathang and dinner.

Day IX. 29 July: Drive to Ramthangkha (20 mins.) and trek to Taktsang Pephug Monastery and meditation (2 hrs. 30 mins. hike). Trek back to Ramthangkha and lunch at Yogi Tsampa Wangdi’s cottage (2 hrs.). Visit following places in the afternoon.

a) Drukgyel Dzong Fortress (In ruins).

b) Kitchu Lhakhang

c) Drupthop Thangthong Gyalpo Dumtsey Lhakhang

Explore Paro town and dinner at Silver Pine Restaurant. Overnight at Hotel Olathang.

Day X. 30 July: Drive to Paro International Airport for onward journey by Druk Air KB 204 at 0800 to Delhi.

 

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Agenda/Itinerary for Gro Holm Rypestol visiting SEN schools and Gen Edn. schools in Bhutan during September 2014

1. Friday 29, August:

Arrival at Paro at 14.20 Possibly booking in and staying at Jigmeling Hotel, Paro. 

2. Saturday & Sunday 30 – 3, August:

Meeting former students during the weekend. Planning for the further visit. Making myself familiar with Paro area.

3. Monday 01 Tuesday 02,  September:

Drukgyel LSS, Paro. Observing classes. Meet with teachers/staff. Observe, listen and see. Supervise/coach teachers about children with special needs in Gen Ed schools. If possible: Teach classes about learning strategies & how to improve learning. 3-4 hours each day.

4. Wednesday 03, September:

Deaf Education Unit, Drukgyel LSS, Paro. Observe and inspire the teachers. Inform as above mentioned.

5. Thursday 04 – Friday 05, September:

NE College, Paro. Lecturing for the coming teachers of Bhutan. 2-3 lectures each day. For ex: ADHD, ADD, Aspergers syndrome, Autism, Children from homes with violence and abuse. Children/youth with depressions and anxiety, youth and children exposed to loss and grief. Suicidal signs. Social & emotional challenges. Also implementing brief introduction to the different  teaching strategies.

6. Saturday 06 – Sunday 07, September.

Leaving for  and settle in Thimphu. Hotel or private accommodation.

7. Monday 08. -Tuesday 9 & Wednesday 10, September:

Changangkha MSS, Thimphu. Observing classes. See/listen to  what the teachers need. Inform and lecture acordingly. Practical education support and theoretical foundation. Teaching strategies. 2-4 hours each day.

8. Thursday 11 – Sunday 14, September:

Punakha . Gen. Edn. schools. (I have one former blind student there who is working as a teacher in a main-stream school. Probably LSS.) Observe classes. Lecture for the teachers. 1-2 hours each day.

9. Monday 15, September:

Travel to Gelephu. New school with SEN students.

10. Tuesday 16 – Wednesday 17 &  Thursday 18, September.

Getting to know the school and physical premisses. Later observe, talk with, lecture/inform/inspire the teachers.

11. Friday 19 – 20, September:

Travel back & stay in Thimphu. 

12. Sunday 21, September:

Travel to Chukha. 

13. Monday 22 – Tuesday 23, September:

Getting to know the school and the physical premisses.Talk with, lecture/inspire/the teachers. In groups.

14. Wednesday 24, September:

Returning to Thimphu. 

15. Thursday 25,  September:

Writing a brief report on the work. 

16. Friday 26, September:

Travel to Paro. 

17. Saturday 27 or Sunday 28, September:

Leave for Norway. 

18. Tentative Gopal’s vehicle hiring dates: -

 

From Thursday, Sept. 11th – Sunday Sept. 14th:          Punakha              4 days
From Monday, Sept. 15th. – Friday  Sept.  19th:          Gelephu               5 days
From Sunday, Sept. 21st – Wednesday Sept. 24th:     Chukha                4 days
Friday,  Sept. 26th:                                                             Paro                     1 day

Total days:           14 days

 

Khaling Karma

Uling Dharma Tours

6/201, Lhaki Apartment

Chang Gedaphu

Thimphu, Bhutan

#00975 17612011/77612011
(Driver Gopal’s Mobile No. 00975 77342551)

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Bumthang

Bumthang

Haa

Haa

Paro

Paro

Punakha

Punakha

Thimphu

Thimphu

Trongsa

Trongsa

Wangdue Phodrang

Wangdue Phodrang

Buddhism and Healing

Holy Places

 

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Uling Dharma Tours
City Mall, 5th Floor, Chubachu
P.O Box No. 900, Thimphu, Bhutan
Mobile: 975-17612011 / 77612011
Tel: 975-2-339631
E-mail: uling@druknet.bt/ ulingconsult@gmail.com

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Mr. Khaling Karma +975-1761-2011

Office is opened from 9AM till 05PM
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