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Thank you so much again for all of you help. My trip to India and Nepal was fantastic and absolutely flawless! Everything worked out perfectly and I will definitely use you again when I plan to return...which I will. I will definitely recommend you to anyone that wants to travel to that side of the world. Take Good Care and Good Luck!
I like this Highland Asia Company because of people, who are working in it. They always try to do their best, to fulfill everything, on what you agreed before beginning of the trip. This is important for people, who decide to travel in Asia, because experienced tourists know, that it's not always like this here.
Thank you for your kind words. You will be the first person I contact when I am ready to visit the countries you represent. Also, I will pass your name on to other travelers. My best to you and your company.
I met your nephew in Nepal, he did an excellent job. Our guide and driver in Bhutan were awesome, too. Our guide in north India was wonderful, it was great to have a Tibetan-Buddhist guide for us. I want to thank you for your service, you did a great job planning the trip and taking care of the problems that arose.I appreciate your help.
Juan C. and Cynthia A.
New Jersey, USA
Bhutan is a small country but there are a large number of places to go and sights to see: historical monumets, religious shrines, temples and monasteries, arts and craft schools, museums with rich collection of artifacts, high passes with mountain views, villages with traditional houses etc.View items...
Bhutanese festivals known as Tsechus are religious events. They are held on the 10th day of lunar month that corresponds to the birth day of Guru Rimpoche who introduced Buddhism into Bhutan, however the date varies for different monasteries. The festivals are colorful, involves series of mask dances performerd by monks and laymen and draws a great number of local villagers who dress in their best attire.View items...
With exception to a few international chain resorts and boutique properties, majority of the hotels in Bhutan are small with 15 to 40 rooms. They are built in traditional architecture that blends with other structures. They offer adequate amenities and comfort such as en suite bathroom, running hot and cold water.View items...