Bhutan Odyssey Trip
Bhutan Odyssey trip covers Thimpu which is the capital city of Bhutan, as well as Paro, Punakha, which was Bhutan’s former capital, Wangdiphrodang, and Phubjika. Rare black-necked cranes spend the winter in Phubjika, which is why they migrate there from Tibet in the first place. There are just two Ngimgma monasteries in all Bhutan; one of them is located in Phubjika.
The majority of people in Bhutan follow to the Buddhist faith and the religion is practiced widely throughout the country. Particularly prevalent in Southern Bhutan among Bhutanese people of Nepali ancestry is the religious practice of Hinduism. The Vajrayana school of Buddhism is the predominant form of spirituality in Bhutan. It shares numerous saints and divinities with the Hindu faith as practiced in the southern region of the country. Yeshey Gonpo also knows as Mahakala, is a form of the Hindu god Shiva that seems in the Tantric Buddhist religion. This deity frequently takes the appearance of a raven. In the time before the arrival of Buddhism in Bhutan, people practiced a number of different animistic religions, including Bon. These customs and rites carry out still by members of underrepresented communities in certain regions of the country.
Note: B=Breakfast, L= Lunch, D=Dinner