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Tour Payment to Bhutan | Amedewa Tours And Trek

Ever wondered how to make your tour payment to Bhutan? It’s pretty simple! After confirming the tour with your agent like our self, we will send

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Bho Yak Festival Haa Bhutan | Amedewa Tours & Trek

Bho Yak Festival in Haa is of great significance as it celebrates the victory over the border with the help of Ap Chungdu, a local deity of Bhutan

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Black Necked Crane Festival | Bhutan Tour | Amedewa Tours and Trek

The annual Black Necked Crane Festival creates awareness and importance of conserving the endangered species of Black Necked Crane. The bird

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Dechenphug Tshechu | Bhutan Festival Tour | Amedewa Tours and Trek

Dechenphug Tshechu is located in the outskirts of Thimphu, approximately 30 mins drive from hotels in Thimphu city. The festival is of great

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Phuntsholing Tshechu | Bhutan Festival Tour | Bhutan Tour Agent

Phuntsholing Festival takes place in Chukha Dzongkhag. Mask dances and cultural programs are performed by students from different schools of

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Phuntsholing | Bhutan Tour | Amedewa Tours And Trek

Phuntsholing is located in the southern part of Bhutan and one of the busiest town in the country. Just opposite to the Phuntsholing gate of Bhutan

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Thimphu Tashichodzong | Bhutan Trip | Amedewa Tours and Trek

Located outside of Thimphu city near the river bank of wang chhu, Tashichodzong serves as office of the king, various government officials and

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National Memorial Chorten | Bhutan Tour | Amedewa Tours And Trek

National Memorial Chorten was built in memory of the third king of Bhutan, Jigme Dorji Wangchuck. Located near the city of Thimphu, It is filled

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Buddha Point Thimphu | Amedewa Tours and Trek | Bhutan Tour Package

Buddha Dordenma statue or commonly known as Buddha Point sits at the top of the hill overlooking the entire valley of Thimphu. Construction of

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Royal Highlander Festival | Bhutan Festival Tour | Amedewa Tours & Trek

The Royal Highlander Festival takes place in Laya, a remote village in Bhutan with no motorable road and the only way to reach there is by trekking