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What we Offer?
Trips to Bhutan – be it cultural, trekking, adventure or business, can take on an extra dimension and meaning for you, by engaging in an event that is aligned with your special interest, endearvour or just pure curiosity in areas that are uniquely Bhutan.
We can even go as far as to connect you to some FM radio stations or local newspapers if you have a burning desire to share your story with the locals. We can look into other events of value and importance for the individuals, groups, clubs and companies.
We cater to groups of 8 guests and more (you can form your own groups or register with us for opportunities to meet like-minded individuals) and opt for shorter and longer stays; however we recommend trips of 7 days. Specialised language guides can also be arranged.
Festivals (Tshechus) are community-centric
Festivals (Tshechus) are religious and grand events where entire communities gather to witness mask dances, receive blessings and socialize. Mask dances depict stories based on incidents from the 8th century, during the life of Guru Padmasambhava. Settle yourselves among the friendly locals and they might just share their picnic goodies with you! The Paro and Thimphu Tshechus are the most popular in terms of participation and audience.
Other community events include cultural performances, rituals in private homes, cooking classes.
Takin - National Animal of Bhutan
National Conservation Events
Conservation of the natural environment is supported by the Bhutan Foundation which helped established the newest and largest national park, the Wangchuck Centennial National Park, in October 2008. The Kingdom is endowed with over 200 species of mammals, 770 species of birds (72 are among the most endangered species), and 5,400 species of plants. Learn more at biodiversity presentations.
Other conservation events include weaving, arts and crafts.
Revolutionary Gross National Happiness (GNH) being adopted in schools
Gross National Happiness - get first hand experience on how schools have been adopting a new approach to education. Since 2009, its Green Schools for Green Bhutan programme is part of the country's attempt to integrate principles of its revolutionary Gross National Happiness (GNH) model.
Other educational events include meditation classes with reputed lamas and Buddhism talks.
The best spot for that perfect shot!
The changing landscapes from valleys to mountains are just some of the incredible and stunning backdrops. Selfies are great but why not hone your skill or pick up a new hobby as you travel and photo journey your way with valuable tips from a professional photographer. Great photographs serve as lasting memories and a wonderful way to bond with family and friends.
Other outdoor events include cycling, kayaking and rafting.
Meeting facilities at Zhiwa Ling Hotel Paro
Have your meetings in Bhutan. Bhutan offers ample opportunities for individuals to recalibrate themselves and for teams to bond - from workshops in hotel settings with the great outdoors and picturesque scenery at its backyard, to activities like meditation in tranquil settings and archery in the pristine valleys.