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Welcome to our website, Bhutan Doya tours and travels. Welcome to Bhutan one of the must visit place on earth. Doya is a community believed to be the native people of the Himalayan Kingdom of Bhutan living in the remote part of Samtse  District. They have a age old history of unique culture and language which they preserved till date. The promoter of the company derived the name Bhutan Doya Tours and travels from the same with the full aim of giving a unique experience to its guests and keeping the same trend in all the days to come.  

Besides the rich culture and clean environment that Bhutan offers to its visitors in general Bhutan Doya Tours and travels gives additional unique events at no extra cost to the guests. This is to make your trip with our company a most cherish able moments in your life.

Native in name and nature Bhutan Doya Tours and Travels offers you wide range of travel packages. Visit Bhutan with Bhutan Doya tours and travels and make your trip a memorable one.

 

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The Kingdom of Bhutan is a country nestled in the Eastern Himalayas.In Dzongkha, the national  language of the Kingdom, the country is known as Druk Yul ‘’Land of the Thunder Dragon”, and its people are known as ‘Drukpas’. The term comes from its state religion, which is the Drukpa Kagyud. Bhutan, the last independent Himalayan Buddhist kingdom very fondly maintains its tradition. It has one foot in the past and one in the future. The high Himalayas in the north separate the kingdom from the Tibetan Autonomous Region of China, while the rugged eastern region borders the Indian states of Arunachal Pradesh, in the South by Assam and West Bengal, and in the West by Sikkim.