My stay at Nemjo brought me closer to my love for simple things. Whether it’s the simple idea of bringing an age old house back to life or the simple idea of valuing the taste of something grown at home
As you cross the dense pine forests after Yotongla Pass from Trongsa, you’ll suddenly enter a wide open space filled with vast farmlands, clusters of picturesque traditional Bhutanese houses, apple orchards and scattered temples on hills. This is Chumey Valley.
What makes Paro Taktshang a fascinating destination and how did it evolve to be the most sought after tourist spot for visitors? Do we know the real story behind how the site got its name?
As I find myself hopping from places, trying to show you what Bhutanese hospitality can offer, I sometimes worry about the experiences becoming redundant. But then I found this.
You’ll see pictures of Gangtey valley in its green summer lusciousness but have you ever wondered what visiting the crane valley is like in winter? Gangtey Lodge gives us an experience of a lifetime.
Ancient Buddhist stupas, unseen Guru Rinpochhe’s imprints tucked away in jaw-dropping landscapes – Trashiyangtse is perhaps one of the most underrated sacred tourist destinations in Bhutan.
From unveiling many Bhutanese myths & legends to being the homeland of the traditional arts & crafts of Bhutan, you’ll find so many things to marvel at in Trashiyangtse. So come join us on this epic journey.