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Travel Information Guide to Punakha

Punakha is the significant region in the heart of Bhutanese history. Punakha was chosen as the capital and seat of the government in 1651, after the unification and the first establishment of Chhoesid Nyiden, the dual system of government. It served as the capital until 1955, when the capital was moved to Thimphu. In 1907,

Bhutan Photography

Break away from the main tourist center and venture off the beaten path with ATB incredible array of optional photography tour. All our photography tour is designed to give you a wonderful opportunity and a kind of experience for travelers seeking photographic adventures in an unspoiled and unexplored environment. Whether you are an amateur photographer or well experience

Travel Information Guide to Trashigang

Trashigang is known as the jewel of the east.  It is one of the 20 dzongkhag (district) comprising Bhutan. It border with Trashyangtse in the north, Mongar in the west, Samdrup Jongkhar in the south and Indian State of Arunachal Pradesh in the east.  Trashigang lies at an elevation ranging between 600 meters to 4,000

Landscape Photography Tour

This tiny Himalayan kingdom of Bhutan is a dream destination for photographers. It offers you pristine Himalayan landscape with crystal clear rivers, beautiful fortresses some of which are built near the rivers like the Punakha Dzong, which is considered to be the most beautiful fortress in the country. This majestic fortress is built on the confluence of the

Drametse Monastery

Drametse Lakhang is one of the principal spiritual centres of Peling Tradition.  It is located in Dramitse, Mongar. Drametpse literally means ‘peak without enemy’ which is a state of total freedom from the webs of conception attainable through Dzogchen teaching and practices of Peling Terchoe revealed by great master Terton Pema Lingpa (1450-1521). The monastery