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Welcome

Seven Brothers Tours and Travels welcomes each and every one to experience the land of Gross National Happiness. The landscape of Bhutan is dotted with a myriad of spiritual symbols.

Chortens rise from the hillsides, prayer flags flutter in the breeze, and prayer wheels, turned by the rushing waters of mountain streams, stand like sentinels at the entrance of most monasteries.

The tiny kingdom packs a profusion of natural assets, from subtropical jungles in the south to permanently snow-clad Himalayan peaks in the north, which are nurtured by the inherent Buddhist culture of conservation. 


Upcoming Events

Bumthang Jambay Lhakhang Drup from Oct 24-27,2018

Bumthang Jambay Lhakhang Drup from Oct 24-27,2018


Paro Festival from March 27-31,2018

Paro Tsechu one of the most popular Tsechu in Bhutan starts from 27th March, 2018 to 31st March, 2018.


Thimphu Tshechu Tour from Sept 19-21,2018

Thimphu Tshechu festival starts from Sept 19-Sept21,2018. This festival is also one of the most popular festival in Bhutan.


Bumthang Jambay Lhakhang Drup from Oct 24-27,2018

Bumthang Jambay Lhakhang Drup from Oct 24-27,2018


Paro Festival from March 27-31,2018

Paro Tsechu one of the most popular Tsechu in Bhutan starts from 27th March, 2018 to 31st March, 2018.


Thimphu Tshechu Tour from Sept 19-21,2018

Thimphu Tshechu festival starts from Sept 19-Sept21,2018. This festival is also one of the most popular festival in Bhutan.


Bumthang Jambay Lhakhang Drup from Oct 24-27,2018

Bumthang Jambay Lhakhang Drup from Oct 24-27,2018


Paro Festival from March 27-31,2018

Paro Tsechu one of the most popular Tsechu in Bhutan starts from 27th March, 2018 to 31st March, 2018.


Thimphu Tshechu Tour from Sept 19-21,2018

Thimphu Tshechu festival starts from Sept 19-Sept21,2018. This festival is also one of the most popular festival in Bhutan.


Bumthang Jambay Lhakhang Drup from Oct 24-27,2018

Bumthang Jambay Lhakhang Drup from Oct 24-27,2018


Paro Festival from March 27-31,2018

Paro Tsechu one of the most popular Tsechu in Bhutan starts from 27th March, 2018 to 31st March, 2018.


Thimphu Tshechu Tour from Sept 19-21,2018

Thimphu Tshechu festival starts from Sept 19-Sept21,2018. This festival is also one of the most popular festival in Bhutan.


Bumthang Jambay Lhakhang Drup from Oct 24-27,2018

Bumthang Jambay Lhakhang Drup from Oct 24-27,2018


Paro Festival from March 27-31,2018

Paro Tsechu one of the most popular Tsechu in Bhutan starts from 27th March, 2018 to 31st March, 2018.


Thimphu Tshechu Tour from Sept 19-21,2018

Thimphu Tshechu festival starts from Sept 19-Sept21,2018. This festival is also one of the most popular festival in Bhutan.


Bumthang Jambay Lhakhang Drup from Oct 24-27,2018

Bumthang Jambay Lhakhang Drup from Oct 24-27,2018


Paro Festival from March 27-31,2018

Paro Tsechu one of the most popular Tsechu in Bhutan starts from 27th March, 2018 to 31st March, 2018.


Thimphu Tshechu Tour from Sept 19-21,2018

Thimphu Tshechu festival starts from Sept 19-Sept21,2018. This festival is also one of the most popular festival in Bhutan.


Bumthang Jambay Lhakhang Drup from Oct 24-27,2018

Bumthang Jambay Lhakhang Drup from Oct 24-27,2018


Paro Festival from March 27-31,2018

Paro Tsechu one of the most popular Tsechu in Bhutan starts from 27th March, 2018 to 31st March, 2018.


Thimphu Tshechu Tour from Sept 19-21,2018

Thimphu Tshechu festival starts from Sept 19-Sept21,2018. This festival is also one of the most popular festival in Bhutan.


Bumthang Jambay Lhakhang Drup from Oct 24-27,2018

Bumthang Jambay Lhakhang Drup from Oct 24-27,2018


Paro Festival from March 27-31,2018

Paro Tsechu one of the most popular Tsechu in Bhutan starts from 27th March, 2018 to 31st March, 2018.


Thimphu Tshechu Tour from Sept 19-21,2018

Thimphu Tshechu festival starts from Sept 19-Sept21,2018. This festival is also one of the most popular festival in Bhutan.


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Itinerary

Bhutan and yoga go hand in hand. This is the perfect place to begin your journey to wellness and enlightenment. With a steady practice of yoga during your stay, you are bound to go home refreshed and relaxed with all the worries of your regular life thousands of miles away. Give yourself over to the experience of a 7 day yoga trip to Bhutan. The itineraries on each day can be tailored to fit independent solo travelers, groups or families, and even yoga clubs. A wondrous trip awaits you around every corner, with discoveries of delight to explore for a destination you’ll never forget. Bhutan is one of the oldest and most mystical places in the world in the eastern Himalayas. Come experience all that Bhutan and yoga have to offer your mind, body, and soul with this restorative retreat

 

ABOUT THE TEACHER – Pema Thinley

 

From a young age Pema Thinley has always been passionate about physical activities that enable expression such as dance. Practicing several dance forms well into her early twenties. He discovered Yoga in 2011 and has been teaching since 2012.

 

His strengths lie in clear concise instructions, and He pays a lot of attention to the details. He  is trained in a wide array of yoga forms such as, Hatha, Vinyasa, Ashtanga, Hot, Universal and Pre-Natal to name a few, but her passion is in creating balance in the body; physically, mentally and emotionally. "You need to look at your starting point to determine what is right for you; there is no one size fits all".

 

An experienced teacher with over 500hrs of teacher training, and over 4000hrs of teaching under her belt.

 

 

 

 

 

 

DAY 1

     PARO, BHUTAN

 Elevation 2,320 m      

On your first day in Bhutan, you’ll arrive at the Paro International Airport. Your private guide will meet you after baggage claim to take you to your hotel in the capital of Bhutan, Thimphu. This gorgeous and unique city high above the world at an accelerated altitude of 7,333 feet above sea level, it may take you a little bit to get used to the change in the air. Take it slow the first day, but enjoy all the sights and sounds around you in this mysterious location. You’ll be instantly immersed in the local customs; watching monks in traditional red robes go about their day.

Hotels:

DAY 2

     THIMPHU, BHUTAN

 Elevation 2,320 m     

After a morning yoga practice led by the top yogis, who have mastered the art of this age old practice, you’ll have breakfast before setting out to see the sights. You’ll stop at the National Folk Heritage Museum, which is 19th century building dedicated to the folk arts of the Bhutanese.

 

Then the Jungshi National Paper Factory is on the agenda that houses the ancient art of traditional papermaking called Deh-sho. You can take home gifts and souvenirs for your friends and family here.

 

Next it’s onto the National Textile Museum because in Bhutan, weaving is considered a high art form ready to be admired.

 

Your last stops for the day touring Thimpu are the Motithang Takin Preserve, which is like a small zoo. Finally you’ll end the day touring Simtokha Dzong, the first fortress in Bhutan that was built in 1629.

 

The day will end with a nightly yoga practice to calm and center the mind for a restful night's sleep.

Hotels:

DAY 3

     THIMPHU TO PUNAKHA

 Elevation 1,300 m      

The morning will begin with a yoga practice outside overlooking the glorious sunrise before you head out for the day. As the former capital of Bhutan, Punakha is a worthy city to explore. After yoga in the morning, you’ll be ready for some more exploring and sightseeing all around this great land. The Dochula Pass offers gorgeous views of the Himalayas that you won’t see anywhere else, totally unobstructed and perfect.

Next Druk Wangyal Lhakhang temple which was completed in 2008 and is a popular tourist spot to visit, along with one of the most beautiful sights in all of Bhutan, the Punakha Dzong, which sits on two rivers and is the best example of Bhutanese architecture you can find.

Then you’ll have an hour long hike to Khamsum Yulley Namgyal Chorten, which is a splendid four story temple. Upon returning to your hotel, you’ll have a nightly yoga class that isn’t too strenuous because of the nature of the day’s activities, giving you quite the workout.

 

DAY 4

     PUNAKHA TO PARO

 Elevation 2,280 m      Weather in Paro

In the morning, you’ll take a more vigorous yoga routine designed with the advanced yoga practitioner in mind. Learning new moves and routines is what this trip is all about. Hopefully you’ll take home some new insight into how to practice yoga in your own day to day life.

 

With a visit planned to the temple of Kyichu in Paro, you’ll find it’s like going back in time to the seventh century. This and the Kyichu temple are very inspiring landmarks that will be one of the most interesting parts of your journey here in Bhutan. There is an opportunity for gorgeous photos to be taken and museum to look through in the temple.

 

As a less strenuous sightseeing day, you’ll have plenty of time for your own personal yoga practice solo or with your group. One of the best classes you can take is Vinyasa, which has more dance-like yoga movements to get you in the mood for a little bit of fun.

Hotels:

DAY 5

     PARO TO HAA TO PARO

 Elevation 2,280 m      

Today you can pick your own yoga activity to do today. After that when you are ready to get out, you’ll take a drive to Haa through the Paro Valley with a picnic lunch Chele La, if you so desire. This is the day for hiking or a leisurely drive, whatever you are up for, depending on your own desired agenda. The guides will work with you to make sure your trip is going to maximize your time and for the relaxation you want.

 

The evening will have a longer yoga routine guided by a renowned instructor, who is going to show you a centered program that gets you feeling relaxed and in a blissful state of mind.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Board your included flight from Bangkok to Paro and to begin your unique Bhutan yoga retreat and ten days of amazing cultural exploration.

 

Day One

  • Fly into Bhutan through the Paro Valley and spy the Pa Chu (Paro river) and Ta Dzong (watchtower)
  • Exit the arrivals at the airport to meet up with our guide and head out for the 1 hr drive to Thimphu
  • Stop to visit Tamchogg Lhakhang – one of the 108 chain link bridges built in the 14th century
  • Check in and unwind and relax (for a little bit)
  • Head to Thimpu to explore the King’s throne room and nation’s largest monastery at Tashichho Dzong
  • Opening yoga circle and class
  • Group dinner and welcome to Bhutan!
 

Day Two

  • Early morning yoga and hearty breakfast
  • Morning hike across the Thimphu River to the Cheri Goempa Monastery
  • Time to meet and learn from the monastery’s Buddhist monks and receive a special blessing
  • Transfer back to town for a lunch sampling the local cuisine
  • Explore the oldest monastery in Bhutan, Pangri Zampa, which is still in use today as a school of astrology
  • Return to the hotel for the evening yoga class
  • Group dinner at the hotel
  • Optional – if you’ve got the energy, head out to one of Thimpu’s dance clubs (electronic beats anyone?)
 

Day Three

  • Early morning yoga and breakfast
  • Visit Memorial Chorten, set up for the man popularly thought of as the Father of Modern Buddhism
  • Travel on to the beautiful Buddha Dodernma, one of the largest Buddha statues in the world
  • Sample authentic Bhutanese cuisine in a local restaurant
  • Visit Motithang Takin Preserve and learn the folklore and history of the takin – the national animal of Bhutan
    • Enjoy a hike through the preserve among the prayer flags and small temples
  • Afternoon visit to the National Library and the superb examples of old and new Buddhist manuscripts
  • Explorations of Thimphu including the Folk Heritage Museum and the school of Zorig Chusum
  • Evening yoga practice
  • Group dinner at the hotel
 

Day Four

  • Early morning yoga session and breakfast
  • Drive to Punakha up and down through the Dochula Pass in the gorgeous Himalayan mountains
  • Mid-drive stop to visit the 108 stupas at Dochu La and the Druk Wangyel Lhakhang
  • Hike to the Chimi Lhankhang – a temple dedicated to a great yogi known as the “Divine Madman”
  • Lunch at a local restaurant en route to Punakha
  • Explore the Punakha Dzong – the religious and government center of Punakha between the Pho Chu and Mo Chu rivers
  • Dinner at the local hotel (no evening yoga)
 

Day Five

  • Early morning yoga and breakfast at the hotel
  • Head out for a big day on the river rafting either the Mo Chu or Po Chu rivers
    • Raft through the stunning Bhutanese backdrop and by the 17th century Punakha Dzong – no experience necessary, just a willingness to paddle and get wet!
  • Freshening up and lunch at the hotel and a small rest
  • Drive to visit the Nalanda Buddhist College and walk down to Punakha Dzong on an ancient walking path
  • Dinner at the local hotel (no evening yoga)
 

Day Six

  • Early morning yoga and group breakfast
  • Drive to the suspension bridge and begin a hike to the gorgeous lhakhang of Khamsum Yuelley Namgyal Chorten
  • Enjoy a picnic lunch and stunning view of the valley after the hike
  • Visit to the Sangchhen Dorji Lhendrup Lhakhang Nunnery
    • Explore the beautiful statues of Avalokiteshvara, Gautama Buddha – the nunnery also acts as a center of meditation
  • Walk back to the hotel and enjoy the quick stroll through the pine trees and town
  • Evening outdoor yoga (weather dependent) at the hotel
  • Group dinner at the hotel
 

Day Seven

  • Early morning yoga and breakfast at the hotel
  • Transfer to the historic town of Paro
  • Enjoy lunch at a local restaurant in town
  • After lunch stroll to the National Museum
  • Head down a hillside trail to visit Rinpung Dzong with a commanding view of the Paro Valley
  • Visit Kyichu Lhakhang, the oldest and most sacred shrines of the Kingdom dating back to the 7th century
  • Evening yoga session at the hotel
  • Group dinner at the hotel
 

Day Eight

  • Get an early start this morning for breakfast
  • A short drive to the north of Paro Valley to Ramthankha to begin your hike to the Taktsang Monastery Tiger’s Nest
    • This most famous of Bhutan landmarks requires a hike of approximately 5 hours to reach the monastery
  • Learn the history and significance of the monastery as one of the most sacred and venerated sites in Buddhism
  • Hike down and head back to the hotel for a late afternoon rest
  • Evening yoga to unwind hiking muscles
  • Group dinner at the hotel
 

Day Nine

  • Early morning yoga and breakfast
  • Head out for a journey to Haa via the stunning scenery of the Chelela Pass
    • Stop along the Pass to enjoy the stunning roses, irises, rhododendrons and prayer flags
    • On a clear day take in stunning views of the sacred mountain of Jomothari
  • Enjoy a relaxed lunch in Haa at a local restaurant
  • Visit the main seat of Haa’s guardian deity, Ap Chundo, at Lhakhang Karpo (the White Temple)
  • Explore the duality of the region by following up the White Temple with the Black Chapel, Lhakhang Narpo
    • Built on a lake in the 7th century by Tibetan King Gampo in his mission to build 108 monasteries in a day
  • Head back to Paro for the adventure’s final yoga class
  • Group farewell dinner and (sniff) packing
 

Day Ten

  • Group breakfast and final Bhutan goodbyes
  • Transfer to the Paro airport for your flight to Bangkok and onward back home

 

 

 

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Days: Eighteen

Tour Type: Birding and ( Mini Culture Experience)

Activities: Hiking and Mini walking

Months: March- November

This is an exclusive specialize birding tour. Whether you are an ornithologist, a naturalist, a casual birder, or a bird photographer, See the unique natures that fly! ; has ability to cater to all your birding interests from low to high altitude in the Himalayan region. This is charismatic birding tour that you will experience because it covers almost all the area of famous birds stay in Bhutan Himalaya. Therefore this will be your excursion to eastern Himalayas.

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Day 1: Arrival in Paro.
Arrive Bhutan by Druk Air, the National airline of Bhutan. You could fly in from Kolkatta or NewDelhi in India, Katmandu – Nepal, Bangkok- Thailand or from Dhaka-Bangladesh. On arrival at Paro Airport, a warm reception by the representative of 7 Brothers Tours and Travels who will drive you to Hotel Paro.  Paro (around 7000feet) falls within alpine zone mainly of blue pines. In the afternoon we will explore the beautiful valley of Paro while continuing our birding tour towards north to the ruins of the DrukgyelDzong. The valley of Paro is mainly vegetated by Blue Pine Forests, which does not provide good home for bird, nevertheless the woodland around the DrukgyelDzong is a hub- home for variety of birds which you can see like chestnut-crowned Laughingthrush, Brown Parrotbill, Chestnut-tailed Minla,, Common Kestrel, Kalij Pheasant, Black-faced Laughingthrush, White-collored Blackbird, and Grey-backed Shrike.
overnight in hotel, Paro.

 

Day 2: Birding at Chelila pass, hike to \tiger nest and evening drive to Thimphu.

Early morning we will break the ice with hot cup of tea and snacks. Then start for birding tour at chelila pass. Not only birds, this track will provide you emphatic view of  various pinetress starting from blue pine to hemlock, silver fir, spruce, juniper as we move up the hill to Chelila pass. The journey is about 85 minute. The pass located about 12900 feet is the highest point on motorable road to Haa. After reaching at the pass if weather permits us we will see spectacular views of the snow cap mountain Mt. Jhomolhari and the Jichudrake which are located above 21000 feet, and to the down we will also view Haa and Paro valleys.
The expedition in the morning will be quite majestic as we can see wonderful birds like: multicolored Himalayan Monad, flock of Blood Pheasants, spotted Laughing thrushes, Himalayan bird Griffon, Himalayan White Browed Rose finch, White throated Redstarts and many more.

After spotting the birds we will have hot breakfast at the pass and then we will slowly move back down the road to explore more birds which include Kalij Pheasants, Grosbeaks, Bullfinches and Yellow-billed Blue Magpies. After spotting the birds along the Chelila pass we will have small hike to Tiger nest where you will be amazed by the monastery that is perched in rocky cliff of Tiger nest. You will know the wonderful history behind this site from our guide; you can also access the history on our website narrated in our cultural package tour. Lunch at the cafeteria. .

Early evening walk back to the road head for a drive to Thimphu (Capital of Bhutan) which is of  2 hours journey. Evening stroll around the Thimphu town and explore handicraft shops of Authentic Bhutanese Souvenirs and gifts for your family, friends and beloved ones.

Dinner and overnight stay at hotel, Thimphu.

 

 Day3: Thimphu to Tango-Cheri valley
The Thimphu valley is surrounded by blue pine forests. In the morning move to north of city, the religious valley of Tango and Cheri of ShabdrungNgawangNamgyel (Father of unified Bhutan and spiritual leader of late 16th century). The vegetation is mainly broad leaved Oak forest and we will proceed little down to the road to see rock-bee hives and lively yellow honey comb hanging from a cliff, which is one of globally endangered species of flies.We will also spot some common birds such asRufous Woodpecker, Spotted Nutcracker, Oriental Cuckoo, Large Hawk Cuckoo and Kingfisher birds. Tango and Cheri area – 8600 feet. Vegetation includes evergreen forests comprising of cane twigs, Oak, and pines. Lunch at the town.
In the afternoon we shall have some free time to walk around Thimphu City and hold ourselves in some cultural activities.

Overnight in hotel, Thimphu.

Day 4: Thimphu – Morning to JigmeDorji National Park.

We shall now leave for another birding tour towards east of Thimphu. Our first pass to halt for bird seeing is Dochula (3150m) where we can spot birds like Red-tailed Minila, Gould’s Sunbird, Green-talied sunbird and Fire-taliedmysorninscommon in this area. Apart from birds you can also see the wonderful mountains, including Table Mountain, beautifully capped with snow and majestic wide green valleys. Alongside you can see wonderful blossoms of rhododendrons and magnolias that mark the entire hill side of dochula pass.
The spotting birds for a while in the temperate broadleaved forest will shortly provide a semi-tropical zone of oranges, cactus and banana. We can have banana and oranges if in the right season. Varieties of bird species to stare out for are: Bird- Eurasian Tree creeper, Golden Bush-Robin bird, Bhutan Mountain Hawk Eagle, Bird-Great Barbet and   Ward’s Trogon. After a short birding, we will enter chirpine forest home  to birds like Red-vented Bulbuls and rare White-bellied Heron which have also found roaming along the Po Chu (river). We will camp in the forest of the JigmeDorjiWangchuk National Park for overnight halt. According to the survey conducted by the authors of the Birds of Bhutan (Tim & Carol Inskipp), the park is one of the richest bird habitats per unit area and also it is the largest in the world in terms of area.
Docula area –vegetation – mixed evergreen and broad-leafed forests (with rhododendrons and magnolias) an elevation – 9,900 feet;
Camp Area –vegetation warm broad- leaved forests, an elevation – 4600 feet;

 Overnight in tented camp, JDN Park.

Day 5: Trashithang to Damji vicinity.

Early breakfast to catch birds around our camp in the warm broadleaved forest before passers-by disturb them. Around this area we will have pleasure to see a pair of Red-headed Trogons and tawny fish owls perched on the tree along the roads. We shall continue our bird quest for the globally endangered White-bellied Heron. We shall now remain ALERT to catch the bird as the birds in Bhutan often move in huge flocks  however, identifying the assortments of warblers is always difficult and yet great fun. After sometime we may also encounter some mammals like Takins( national animal of Bhutan), leopards and wild boars. Later in the evening we will drive to Wangdue town for night halt and on the way we may visit PunakhaDzong.

Overnigh halt at the hotel.
Day 6: Wangdi– Pele la.
On day six we shall drive to Phobjikha/ Gangtey valley with the hope of seeing some black-necked cranes between Late October and March. Though, doubtful due to season of your trip to Bhutan but we may still see the last folk of black necked crane. Phobjikha located at an elevation above 9500 feet is a glacial valley and is the biggest wetland in Bhutan. It is the winter home to about 360 black-necked cranes that arrive here in late October and start migrating back to Tibet by early March. Because of the presence of the cranes, Phobjikha is one of the most important wildlife preserves in the Kingdom. We will confirm you whether you can see these birds in this trip or else we would spend time birding other species in the area. In this area specialty include, species of bird like Black-throated, Brown and Great, Brown and Red-headed Bullfinch, Rufous-bellied Woodpecker, Black-eared Shrike-babbler, Black-faced warbler, Scarlet Finch, Collared-Grosbeak, Fired-tailed Myzornis, Kalij&Monal pheasants.
Overnight in guesthouse in Phobjikha.

Day 7: Phobjikha – Camp on the way to Zhemgang.
We shall have tea and snacks early to get to the Pelala pass (about 11000 ft) which would roughly take an hour by drive through sub alpine conifers and bamboo.  As you approach to Pelila pass we can spot the birds like Great bigger size of  Monal pheasants as well as Satyr Trogopan and after that we can see the three  great Parrot bill species Black-throated, Brown and Great . After breakfast here in Pelila pass we shall descend down the road that paves through green valleys of dwarf bamboo and canes, and it is along this valley where the Oscar nominee film “Travelers and Magicians” was shot. You would also feel blessed to see white patches of light weight cloud floating below giving you a sense of driving in air. If such cosmic scene prevails till Trongsa then you would see floating Trongsadzong across the breathtaking depths of the MangdeChhu river valley.

 Overnight camp en route to Zhemgang.

Day 8 :  Zhemgang camp -Tingtibi Road.
After serving early breakfast in the camp we will initiate to move for birding along the Zhemgang-Tingtibi road. In this area you would not be least interested to see species like Orange-flanked Bush-Robin, White-browed and Black-headed Shrike Babblers, Black-eared,  Shrike Babblers, several species of Cuckoos, Blue-bearded Bee-eater, Pintailed Green Pigeon, White-browed Piculet, Scarlet Finches, Fire-tailed Myzornis, Cutia, Sultan Tit, Yellow-cheeked Tit, several species of Laughingthrushes, Fulvettas, Rufous-breasted Bush-Robin,  etc. if we are lucky we can also spot the endangered Golden Langur. Overnight in regular camp, Tingtibi, and we will have lively night partying around majestic bon-fire with special hard drinks of your choice, Bhutanese soft drinks and variety of finger licking dishes. Elevation at camp – 2100 feet and but we will be exploring mixed broad-leaved evergreen forests.

 

 

 

Day 9: Tingtibi – Trongsa.

After an early breakfast, unwillingly drive to Trongsa with your pack lunch. We will stop wherever you feel hungry after that spot some birds on our way back to Trongsa. After lunch continue our journey to Trongsa.
Dinner and overnight stay at Trongsa hotel where you can relax and recall your memorial play with nature.

Day 10: Trongsa – Bumthang

Breakfast from the hotel; we now drive to Yotongla pass (about 12000ft) through thick cloudy forest of silver firs.We will have wonderful breathtaking view of magnificent rhododendrons dwarfs and high altitude bamboo which offer home to birds such as: Bhutan Fire-tailed Myzornis,Ibisbill, Blacked –billed Magpie, Spot-winged Grosbeak, Great Parrot bill, Yellow-billed Bush Warbler , Bhutan Maroon-backed Accentor and sometime after Red-headed Bullfinch.

We will explore Bumthang town, located at an altitude of 7500ft, sometime in evening. Overnight stay in the hotel.

Day 11: Bumthang  –Sengor via Ura

We will have early breakfast from the hotel and drive further east to Sengor via spectral valley of Ura ( above 9800 feet) where vegetation is mostly sub alpine with open habitats of potato farming maneuvered by people of healthy agricultural village. Village is clustered with beautiful temple in its hub where lots of birds including Beautiful Rosefinch, White-browed Rosefinch, Red-billed Chough, Spotted Nutcracker, Russet Sparrows, Black-billed Magpie and Rufous-breasted Accentor  can be seen foraging in the open fields. Lunch hot pack lunch at Ura

Afternoon we will move to Sengor (8900 feet) situated in sub-alpine type vegetation and open habitats. We will spot some birds lingering along the road:  Monal pheasant as well like Satyr Tragopan, Flocks of Snow Pigeon are also frequently sighted flying across the valley or forging in the farmlands. We will move to Thrimshingla pass (12600 feet) which has lots of rhododendron flowers and mainly of cool broadleaf and fir forest while watching the birds. Thrimshingla pass is highest on Thimphu-Trashigang highway which is decorated by blossoms of Rhodrodendron and other bushy flowers. In the flowering tourism we could see wonderful birds like Rufous-georgetted and Ultramarine Flycatchers, Rufous-bellied Niltava, Red-headed Bullfinch, Collared-Grosbeak, Rusty-flanked and Eurasian Treecreepers, and a variety of Tit species. From here we will drive further east where we will reach to the beautiful alpine village of Sengor. We will have bonfire in Sengor and you can have varieties of hard drinks,soft drinks, and Bhutanese pack fruits of your choice. Overnight in the camp. Our cooks and guide will also join us to share the enjoyment of the night.

 

 

 

Days 12: Yongkhola.

We will wake up early in the morning; the cooks will be ready to serve us breakfast to reenergize   for another long but incredible expedition of birding towards east within elevation range  from 12600 feet to just less than a 2800 feet where it is considered to be one of the best birding destinations in whole Asia.  The specialties of this area are; Scimitar Babblers; Parrotbills, Rufous-necked Hornbil, variety of Warblers, Fire-tailed Myzornis, Hill Partidges, Satyr Trogopan, Speckled Wood Pigeon, Sultan and Yellow-cheeked Tits, varieties of Bulbuls, varieties  ofTesias (Chestnut-headed, Slaty-bellied & Grey-bellied), Laughingthrushes, Flycatchers, etc. overnight camp in Yongkola under the beautiful star and we will be overwhelmed by beauty of Yongkola place   Camp  – elevation – above 5600 feet.

Day 13 Yongkola to Mongar.

Morning we will check some birds like Chestnut-headed, Slaty-bellied & Grey-bellied, Laughingthrushes and Flycatchers.

We will have finger licking lunch in the hotel at Mongar which is 80 km from Yongkola. Afternoon walk through the explore eastern tradition or take some rest after stretch expedition. Dinner and overnight stay at the hotel.

 

Day 14: Mongar – Trashigang-Rangjung
Morning, we will fresh up for Excursion to Rangjung (106 km). After travelling few miles from the hotel in Mongar we will enter Korilla pass (2310 meters) where the vegetation is mixed broad-leaved forests. The probable birds here are Rufus-bellied Niltava, Ward’s Trogon, Gold-naped Finch, Maroon-backed Accentors, Serbian birds etc. We will then proceed towards Trashigang district (demographically the biggest District, home to Sharchop people). Along this trail we will drive through chir pine forest, corn fields and lemon grass that define the vegetation of famous Yadi village. Once we have reached to bottom of Yadi village then we will drive to the opposite direction of the Dangmechu river (Biggest river in Bhutan).  Now we have reached to Dangmechu River Chazam check point and from here we can see Trashigangdzong most spectacularly perched on the hill built for the defense of Tibetan invasion in 1659.  We shall spend some time at Trashigang, lunch at Trashigang and if you wish we can visit the superbly located TrashigangDzong. Later in the afternoon we shall drive to Rangjung, along the Gamri River. After few minutes’ drive from Trashigang there will be most stunning view of Rangjungmonastery (best monastery in Bhutan built by Gyarab Rinpoche and it is home for monks) over lookingRangjungvaley and Gamri River. If you wish we will visit to Monastery located at the small hill.  Then we will move to camp above monastery. If our trip is on season we may get Bhutan’s best tasty fish of Gamri River from local people and it is hardly to get. Besides this we may get local mangoes. Early morning we may spot some birds like Fish catcher birds,  Spot-bellied Eagle Owl. Camp- elevation 6800 feet; open habitat.

 

Day 17: Rangjung– Yonphula (Camp)

Morning move to Yonphula (46 km)  which is about 6000 feet, and open type habitat where we may spot some birds likeCuckoos, Eagle Owl, Rufus-bellied Niltava etc.  Our drive today passes mainly through settlements including Bhutan’s primer institute – Sherubtse College and we will have lunch at this place. Take some time and walk upward to Yonphula (1 hour on foot) where we will have small village familiarization tour to see the life style of eastern Bhutan and to taste locally made hard drinks, Ara, a nationally well known drink. If you wish Company will buy Ara for our night camping which will be few miles from new Yonphula Airport yet to be open in February 2012. Yonphula place is one of beautiful places in eastern Bhutan as it overlooks Sherubtse College, and you can have cosmic view of villages and eastern Himalayas. As today is the last day for camping we will have bonfire, some local and foreign hard drinks of your choice, soft drinks, and Bhutanese delicious fruits and off course not to forget special dinner cooked by our hired cooks. Even then we should quest some gorgeous birds such as Scarlet Finches, Black-headed and White-browed Shrikebabblers, Emerald Cuckoos, Crested Serpent Eagles, etc. campsite: about 6000 feet and open habitat.

 

Day 18: Yonphula – SamdrupJongkhar

Today’s drive will also take us through some fantastic broad-leaved forests and we will also be passing our last high point of our tour at about 9000 feet meters from where we will get great view of ridges of mighty Himalaya before it descends to the plains.

We will have breakfast early in the morning for the day’s bird quest, and  journey towards south-east will bring us some gorgeous birds such as Bhutan black headed bird , Bhutan Emerald Cuckoos, Scarlet finches, shrike babblers etc. Our day’s bird quest will continue through the moist broad-leaved forest.  After reaching the highest pass about 8000 feet we will get great views of crest ridge of Himalayas hills. From these hills we will descend to south: Indian plains and reach to Morong village. Lunch at Morong village. Later move down and we will expect some birds like Long Broadbill, Peacock pheasant, bright Red-Billed etc along this stretch road. From few miles to Samdrupjongkhar we will enter sub-tropical type vegetation and related birds such as grayish Peacock, tailed Broadbill, Red billed leiothrix, Mixed Blyth’s Trogopan Hill Myna, Horn Bill, Cuckoos, Black-naped Monarch, Crimson Sunbird, Asian Fairy-bluebird, Red-collared Dove, Dollarbird, Red-headed Trogon,Wreathed and Great Hornbill, etc. The globally endangered Blyth’s Kingfisher is also found in this region. Shortly, we will enter SamdrupJongkhar for night halt in the hotel with good air conditioning as it will be quite hot in summer since town is right at the border of Indian plain.

 An elevation above 800, vegetation mainly of sub-tropical forest.
Overnight in Hotel, SamdrupJongkhar.

Day 19: SamdrupJongkhar to Guwahati ( 3hrs drive)

 You will drive to Guwahati airport to bid farewell on your way back home via either Kolkata or Delhi. During this journey through plains of India you may expect some birds like Plain Lesser Adjutants, Asian Open bill birds, Yellow-footed Green Pigeon etc.  We will bid farewell at the Airport. We hope to see somewhere in future.

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Bhutan Exotic Bhutan Tour: Cost per person in Twin Sharing basis for 18Nights/19 Days

Off Season: Jan/Feb/June/July/ Aug and December

 

Group Size

       Quotation

Hotel

4 and 5 star hotels  need an additional charge

Above10 pax it is subject to discussion about rate

1 pax

US$4320/person

Camp/3star

2 pax

US$4140/person

Camp/3star

Above 3 pax

US$3240/person

Camp/3star

 Peak Season: March/April/May/Sept/Oct and November 

Group Size

       Quotation

Hotel

4 and 5 star hotels  need an additional charge

Above 10 pax it is subject to discussion about rate

1 pax

US$5220/person

Camp/3star hotel

2 pax

US4500/person

Camp/3star

Above 3pax

US4050/person

Camp/3star

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The above Bhutan tour package prices include the following:

  • Bhutan Government Royalty of US$ 65/person/night
  • FIT surcharges of US$40/person/night for a single traveler and US$30/person/night for a double
  • Twin sharing hotel rooms at 3 star hotels
  • All meals ( breakfast, lunch, dinner & light refreshments) with standard menu at 3 star hotels
  • English speaking tour guide service
  • All transfers and excursions by private vehicles
  • All entrance fees to museums and monuments
  • All internal taxes and fees
  • Mineral drinking water while sightseeing

The above tour prices do not include the following:

  • Single room supplement of US$40/room/night during low season and US$ 50/room/night during high season (optional)
  • Visa fee of US$40/person (must be paid in advance with tour cost)
  • Airfares (optional)
  • Travel issuance (recommended)
  • 4 star and 5 star accommodations and meals (optional)
  • Other personal expenses like overseas calls, laundry,etc
  • Mineral drinking water while sightseeing




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As one of the most remote and secluded kingdoms in the world, Bhutan offers an ideal environment for meditation, yoga and other practices for inner wellbeing.

Ever since the great Indian tantric master, Guru Rinpoche, visited Bhutan in the eighth century and meditated in a cave in Taktshang, Paro, numerous Buddhist saints and masters have come in search of Bhutan to meditate and have left behind an invaluable spiritual legacy.

This spiritual legacy coupled with the secluded and serene environment make Bhutan the perfect destination to get in touch with oneself in solitude.

The itinerary includes meditation near sacred places with cultural tours around the country. 7 Brothers Tours will try to arrange space in monasteries or temples for meditation where permissible.

ETAIL ITINERARY

DAY 1: ARRIVE PARO

The flight to Paro will gives you the first glimpse of this ancient Buddhist kingdom hidden by snow capped, which you will see as you descend into a airport surrounded by high hills and terraced rice fields.

Bokar Tours will be there to receive at the airport and drive you to your hotel. After you have rested and refreshed we can begin sight seeing in Paro valley, which is home to some of the oldest and most sacred Buddhist sites in Bhutan.

First stop is at Kichu Lhakhang, built in 659 A.D by the Tibetan king Songtsen Gonpo, one of the oldest temples in the country and the precursor to Bhutan being introduced to Buddhism almost a century later. You can sit inside the temple for an hour or two and soak in its ancient spiritual legacy.

Later, we visit Paro Rinpung Dzong built in 1646 followed by Ta Dzong which is now serves as the national museum.

 

Overnight stay in hotel, Paro.

DAY 2: MEDITATION AT SINGYE DRAK TEMPLE

After breakfast, we drive to Dotey village following a dirt road to hike to Sengye Drak temple. Singye Drak temple is sacred place blessed by Guru Rinpoche and his disciple, Khandro Singdong ma, blessed in the 8th century.

It is holy place for meditation. The monk here will brief you on meditation and teach you to do Buddhist yoga.

Overnight stay in hotel, Paro.

DAY 3: PARO – THIMPHU 54KM. 1HR

Today, you drive to Thimphu, The first stop on the drive is to view the beautiful Tachocho Lhakhang (monastery), the hereditary place of worship for Bhutan’s Iron Bridge Builder. The drive follows the course of the Paro Chu until Chuzom where it joins the Wangchu River flowing from Thimphu valley. You cross the bridge and follow the Wangchu to the nation’s capital. Along the way you will come across farms, village homes and highway stalls selling organic vegetables and fruits as well as hardened cheese, the Bhutanese candy.

 

In Thimphu, you will visit the National Memorial Chorten, dedicated to world peace and prosperity. It was built in 1974 in memory of the Third King of Bhutan. You will find Thimphu residents circumambulating the Stupa throughout the day praying for universal harmony and all sentient beings.

Then we visit Buddha point to see the statue of a sitting Buddha overlooking Thimphu valley.

Your next visit is to National Library that holds thousands of ancient Buddhist texts and scriptures. It has a small but growing collection of modern books.

The you visit Changangkha Lhakhang, a fortress likes temple, perched on a ridge above Thimphu and the place from where the people in valley get their names from; Takin Preserve to see the Bhutan’s national animal which is associated with the country’s religious history and mythology; and Buddha point to see the 138.6 foot-high seated Shakyamuni Buddha statue. Buddha point offers a bird’s eye view of Thimphu valley.

Then you visit Tashichho Dzong or “the fortress of the glorious religion” which houses offices of the central government and the throne room of His Majesty the King. It is also the summer residence of Je Khenpo or Chief Abbot.

 

Overnight stay in hotel, Thimphu.

DAY 4: MEDITATION CHERI RETREAT CENTER

Today, you will drive about 45 minutes north to Thimphu to hike to Cheri monastery. It is located at the northern end of the Thimphu valley.

Cheri Monastery is also called Chagri Dorjiden, it was established in 1620 by Zhabdrung Ngawang Namgyel who unified Bhutan.  The monastery, sits on the hill above the end of the road at Dodeyna and it takes about an hour to walk up the steep hill to reach the monastery. The place was first visited by Guru Padmasambhava in the 8th century. Later in the 13th century it was visited by Phajo Drugom Zhigpo the Tibetan Lama who established the Drukpa Kagyu tradition in Bhutan.

 

Overnight stay in hotel, Thimphu.

DAY 5: EXCURSION TO PUNAKHA

Today we drive to Punakha, the old capital crossing Dochula pass (3,050 m), which provides excellent views of the eastern Himalayan ranges in the distance. From here the highway winds down to the warmer and fertile valleys of Punakha and Wangdue.

In the afternoon, we visit Chimi Lhakhang  walking thorugh ricefields and the village of Sopsokha. Then w visit Punakha Dzong, the winter seat of the Je Khenpo (chief abbot) and the Monk Body. The dzong sits at the confluence of two rivers Evening, drive back to Thimphu.

 

Overnight stay in hotel, Thimphu.

DAY 6: MEDITATION AT TIGER’S NEST

After breakfast we drive to Paro all the way to the northern end of the valley to hike to the Taktshang monastery. This is place where Guru Padmasambhava meditated in the eighth century.

The hike, which is all the way uphill, takes about 2 hours through pine forests.The monastery clings to a huge granite cliff 900 meters above the valley floor. It is a pilgrimage site for every Bhutanese to visit once in their lifetime. This is the best place where you can take an opportunity mediate in the temple for a couple of hours.

Overnight stay in hotel, Paro.

DAY 7: DEPARTURE

Early morning, drive to the Airport, for your onward journey. Bon voyage and see you again!

 

 

 

 

 

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Days: Six

Activities: Birding (MiniCultural Experience)

Months: March-November

Over 72% of the country is forested, and unlike other Himalayan countries most of Bhutan’s original forest remains intact, and in its untouched condition. The Buddhist philosophy of respect for all living things has resulted in a healthy environment where wildlife flourishes. Your six day visit to Himalaya Kingdom will see you the brief birds stay with an altitude range from 2000m to 4500m.

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Day 1: Arrival in Paro.
Arrive Bhutan by Druk Air, the National Airline of Bhutan. You could fly in from Kolkatta or New Delhi in India, Katmandu – Nepal, Bangkok- Thailand or from Dhaka-Bangladesh. We, 7 Brothers Tours and Travels, will be there at Paro International airport to welcome you. You will then be guided to one of the standard hotels in Paro. Paro is located at an elevation of 7000feet and above, with temperate zone type vegetation mainly of blue pines. In the afternoon we will explore the beautiful valley of Paro and continue to Paro National Museum. Overnight  in hotel, Paro.

Day 2: Birding at Chelila pass, hike to \tiger nest and evening drive to Thimphu.

Early morning we will break the ice with hot cup of tea and snacks. Then start for birding tour at chelila pass. Not only birds, this track will provide you emphatic view of  various pine trees  starting from blue pine  to hemlock, silver fir, spruce, juniper as we move up the hill to Chelila pass. The journey is about 85 minute. The pass located about 12900 feet is the highest point on motorable road to Haa. After reaching at the pass if weather permits us we will see spectacular views of the snow cap mountain Mt. Jhomolhari and the Jichudrake which are located above 21000 feet, and to the down we will also view Haa and Paro valleys.
The expedition in the morning will be quite majestic as we can see wonderful birds like: multicolored Himalayan Monad, flock of Blood Pheasants, spotted Laughing thrushes, Himalayan bird Griffon, Himalayan White Browed Rose finch, White throated Redstarts and many more.

After spotting the birds we will have hot breakfast at the pass and then we will slowly move back down the road to explore more birds which include Kalij Pheasants, Grosbeaks, Bullfinches and Yellow-billed Blue Magpies. After spotting the birds along the Chelila pass we will have small hike to Tiger nest where you will be amazed by the monastery that is perched in rocky cliff of Tiger nest. You will know the wonderful history behind this site from our guide; you can also access the history on our website narrated in our cultural package tour. Lunch at the cafeteria. .

Early evening walk back to the road head for a drive to Thimphu(capital of Bhutan) which is of  2 hours journey. Evening stroll around the Thimphu town and explore handicraft shops of Authentic Bhutanese Souvenirs and gifts for your family, friends and beloved ones.

Dinner and overnight stay at hotel, Thimphu.

Day 3: Thimphu cultural Exposure

Morning you can have authentic Bhutanese cultural exploitation  starting from Visiting TashichhoDzong, the main secretariat building where the office of the government ministries, the office of the King and the Throne Room , and the office and living quarters of the monk body and its Chief Abbot are housed. Visit the handicrafts emporium where Bhutanese textiles and other arts are displayed and can be purchased. Visit the painting and wood craft schools where the traditional art and painting are kept alive. Lunch at the Thimphu town. Afternoon visit the Memorial Chorten (a huge stupa) built in memory of the third King of Bhutan who reigned the Kingdom from 1952-1972. Visit the National Library where ancient manuscripts   are preserved. Later we will have tea and snacks in the town and ready to visit at the Sewerage treatment Plant near Wangchuk  river and there we can see quite common birds like Common Sandpiper, White Wagtails, Green sandpiper and we may also see common  elusive Black-tailed Crack and Snipe along the Wangchuk river. Towards early night we may engage in cultural activities in one of the hotels. Dinner and overnight stay in the hotel.

Day 4 Thimphu – Hike to Phajoding-8 km, Altitude  – 2,443m.

Early morning, prepare the hike to Phajoding which is all the way up the hill  taking about 4 hours through birding and on this way we may encounter Chestnut-crowned Laughingthrush, Chestnut-tailed Minla,, Common Kestrel, Kalij Pheasant, Black-faced Laughingthrush, White-collored Blackbird, spotted Laughing thrushes, Himalayan bird Griffon, Himalayan White Browed Rose finch, White throated Redstarts and many more.  Hot pack lunch whenever we are hungry.

You will be served with soft drinks and hot tea with snacks  from the company on hike and as well as pack fruits. Afternoon we can reach to our campsite where you are warmly received by our cooks ready to serve you hot tea. Later spot some birds near camp and we can expect some species of bird like Black-throated, Brown and Great, Brown and Red-headed Bullfinch, Rufous-bellied Woodpecker, Black-eared Shrike-babbler, Black-faced warbler, Scarlet Finch, Collared-Grosbeak, Fired-tailed Myzornis, Kalij&Monal pheasant.

From Phajoding we will have spectacular view of Thimphu especially in the night. To drive away chilling weather we will make bonfire to warm ourselves. During this night camp we will have special Hard drinks produced in Bhutan. If you wish we will also like to dance along with the music. Dinner and overnight in the peaceful camp. 

Day 5: Phajoding to Thimphu

Morning after breakfast we walk back to Thimphu to catch our lunch in the hotel. On the way we will visit Motithang Zoo to see Takin, Bhutan’s National Animal. After that drive to hotel for our lunch. After lunch relax in the hotel. Towards evening we will visit KuenselPhodrang to see World Largest Buddha Statue and spectacular view of Thimphu valley and then drive back to the Hotel. In the evening we will have the Bhutan Authentic tea; after this we shall have some free time to walk around Thimphu City and hold ourselves in some cultural activities and explore handicraft shops for Authentic Bhutanese Souvenirs and gifts for your family, friends and beloved ones. Farewell Dinner and overnight in the hotel.

Day 6: Thimphu to Paro International Airport 

 After breakfast reluctantly we will drive back to the Paro International Airport to see off. We would like to see you in the future. We wish you Happy Safe journey!

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Bhutan Glimpse Birding Tour: Cost per person in Twin Sharing basis for 5 Nights/6days

Off Season: Jan/Feb/June/July/ Aug and December 

Group Size

       Quotation

Hotel

4 and 5 star hotels  need an additional charge

 

Above10 pax it is subject to discussion about rate

1 pax

US$1200/person

Camp/3star

2 pax

US$1150person

Camp/3star

Above 3 pax

US$900/person

Camp/3star

 Peak Season: March/April/May/Sept/Oct and November 

Group Size

       Quotation

Hotel

4 and 5 star hotels  need an additional charge

 

Above 10 pax it is subject to discussion about rate

1 pax

US$1450person

Camp/3star

2 pax

US31250/person

Camp/3star

Above 3pax

US1125/person

Camp/3star

 

 

 

 

The above Bhutan tour package prices include the following:

  • Bhutan Government Royalty of US$ 65/person/night
  • FIT surcharges of US$40/person/night for a single traveler and US$30/person/night for a double
  • Twin sharing hotel rooms at 3 star hotels
  • All meals ( breakfast, lunch, dinner & light refreshments) with standard menu at 3 star hotels
  • English speaking tour guide service
  • All transfers and excursions by private vehicles
  • All entrance fees to museums and monuments
  • All internal taxes and fees
  • Mineral drinking water while sightseeing

The above tour prices do not include the following:

  • Single room supplement of US$40/room/night during low season and US$ 50/room/night during high season (optional)
  • Visa fee of US$40/person (must be paid in advance with tour cost)
  • Airfares (optional)
  • Travel issuance (recommended)
  • 4 star and 5 star accommodations and meals (optional)
  • Other personal expenses like overseas calls, laundry,etc

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Dear 7 Brothers, 
This post just to share our experience in Buthan.With a friend we decided this year to go to Buthan and we chose a supposed risky period for the weather but still highly recommandable for the many festivals being organized. 

 

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The company’s main aim is to bring fewer tourists with high quality service where we can provide each and every attention to customer. We begin with the slogan” Service is Key to your Happiness” 7 Brothers Tours and Travels is set to make your journey to Bhutan a dream experience for you. We are here to provide you service and take care of everything from the moment you step on the enthralling” Land of Gross National Happiness”. We offer best hotels for your accommodation, which has all services to compose you “Your Home Away from Home”. Our multi-cuisine restaurant serves lovely Bhutan’s very own fragility as well as other cuisines to give you the best of cooking contentment and we offer cooking style as per your choice for Ala Carte system. Verities of refreshment will be served at the various points during your journey. Picnic lunch will be served where ever possible to insert to the experience.

We provide you luxury cars to ensure you a very comfortable and realizable mode of transportation on the back roads. Our professional tour guides will escort you to the wonderlands of Bhutan. You can access to our entire tour packages. 

 

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Our objective is to customers make Bhutan their home away from home. Our mission is to persuade every customer to come back Bhutan. We have always kept the motto “Our customer satisfaction is the most priority”.

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7 Brothers Tours and Travels is dedicated to English speaking countries, however our customers are almost from all over the world. We have professional experienced tour guides fluently speaking English, French, Spanish, Russian and Chinese and planning to employ permanent Thai guide in our company. Among our valued foreign partners, we have close partnership with big travel agents and wholesales in Thailand Taiwan, China, Russia, Singapore, Australia, Canada, USA, Spain, Italy, Brazil and Belgium. And we also strive to get direct clients from Trip Advisor and word of mouth. 

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Japanese Hiace Bus/ High Roof : 8 sitters

H1 Bus Korean made : 4 sitters

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