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Special Interest Tours

Indus Travels Special Interest tours are distinctive itineraries, designed specifically for the savvy travelers who want to fully immerse themselves into the culture and history of exotic far away lands. Our Special Interest Tours offers a wide range of breathtaking experiences to understand unique aspects of culture, history and nature in the journey of your choice.
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Bhutan Yoga Tour 6 Days
The tour begins in Paro, where you will visit historic Dzong (fortress) and the National Museum before travelling to Bhutan’s capital, Thimphu. After an early morning yoga session you can explore Thimphu, learn about traditional Thangka painting and visit a 14th century temple. After yoga the next morning you will travel across the Dochula pass to the ancient capital of Punakha, where you will visit a private temple for an audience with a Lama (High Priest), and learn the art of traditional Bhutanese Archery. After yoga and a beautiful hike through rice paddies to the magnificent Khamsum Yuelay Namgyal Temple on day four of your trip, you will return to Paro. You can enjoy a hike to the spectacular ‘Tiger’s Nest Monastery’, from where you can enjoy breathtaking views of the Paro valley, before spending your last evening in Paro. The tour ends in Paro.
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Wangdue Tshechu Tour 8 Days
The tour begins in Paro, where you will visit the historic Dzong (fortress) before spending a full day exploring the pristine Haa valley. You will visit the bustling weekend market in Thimphu and learn about rural Bhutanese life in the Folk Heritage Museum. You can enjoy an easy hike through rice paddies and local villages around Punakha and then experience the lively and traditional Tshechu (festival) in Wangdue, where masked dances are performed by both monks and locals throng to receive blessings from spiritual leaders. You will then have the opportunity to hike to the spectacular ‘Tiger’s Nest Monastery’, from where you can enjoy breathtaking views of the Paro valley. The tour ends in Paro.