Ascend To Mythical Lands
Nestled in the shadows of the Earth’s most majestic mountain chain, the Himalayan countries of Bhutan, Nepal, and Tibet possess a mystical, if not mythical, allure. Nepal, the region’s cultural heart, offers a paradise for naturalists and hikers, while its bustling medieval towns and villages overflow with lively markets, and centuries-old stupas and monasteries. Bhutan, the last Himalayan kingdom, looks to be straight from a storybook, brimming with welcoming smiles of locals in traditional villages among stunning mountain backdrops, unspoiled forests, and pristine rivers dotted with interesting dzong architecture; this is “the Land of Happiness.”
Tibet, “the Roof of the World,” at a mere 14,370 feet, is a supremely spiritual land, providing dramatic mountain vistas, reflective lakes, and valleys speckled with nomadic yak herders. These are no ordinary destinations; The Himalayas set the stage for discovery and transformation.