Welcome to Samden Lhundrup Tour & Travel
Samden Lhundrup Tour & Travel warmly welcomes you to the peaceful land of the Thunder Dragon, the Kingdom of Bhutan! Nestled in the stunning snow-capped Himalayan ranges, our kingdom is famed for its gorgeous landscapes, serene natural splendid, filled with kind-hearted and gentle Bhutanese people.
We ensure each and every one of our guest at highest standards with personal care and service. Samden Lhundrup Tour & Travel specializes in tailor-made trips to Bhutan that can be customized to suit the taste of the each visitor. It’s our service that you will gain satisfaction exploring the corners of the Peaceful Kingdom of the Thunder Dragon, the Kingdom of Bhutan.
We have made sure of our vision to provide exclusive and incredible holidays and experiences to the visitors in Bhutan. We guarantee and make sure that each and everyone of the tourists be left fully satisfied and deliciously happy.
We are dedicated to making your Bhutan experience filled with lasting memories and make you want to visit Bhutan with us time and again. Provide us with the opportunity to guide you through Bhutan and we will assure you experience the best of Bhutan!
Explore the wonders of this magical country with Pema Jamtsho, an experienced young local who is passionate about showing his country to the world. Pema has a reputation for being super reliable, trustworthy, honest and all about the guest having an amazing time.Pema Jamtsho
While Bhutan is one of the smallest countries in the world, its cultural diversity and richness are profound.
As such, strong emphasis is laid on the promotion and preservation of its unique culture. By protecting and nurturing Bhutan’s living culture it is believed that it will help guard the sovereignty of the nation.Read more
Explore what truly sets Bhutan apart from anywhere else and discover one of the most remote kingdoms on earth. Whether you are looking for a day hike or a gruelling 31 day adventure, Bhutan has it all. Pristine mountain lakes, imposing glaciers and some of the world’s most endangered species await you in the mountainous amphitheater of the Himalayas.Read more
Tshechu is a religious festival meaning “tenth day” held annually in various temples, monasteries and dzongs throughout the country.The Tshechu is a religious event celebrated on tenth day of a month of the lunar calendar corresponding to the birthday of Guru Rimpoche (Guru Padmasambhava). Read more
Clubbing is a trend that is gradually growing in Bhutan. Compared to 10 years ago Bhutan now has quite a number of dance clubs. The people visiting these clubs are mostly youngsters who look for a stress releasing, down time, relaxing weekend after a hectic week at work, although there are people who go clubbing even during the weekdays like Wednesdays. The entry fee to such dance clubs are very reasonable so very much everyone irrespective of their earning capacity can afford it.
Bhutan is predominantly a Buddhist nation. The majority of Bhutanese people are very god fearing, religious people. Almost every typical Bhutanese house has a room, an altar called a Choeshum that is reserved exclusively for practicing Buddhism. Besides practicing Buddhism at home, in Bhutan you can also attend teaching sessions held by the Rinpoche. Anyone can attend such sessions. No fees are charged, it’s free. They are generally held in wide open spaces and the Rinpoche uses a loud speaker mike to communicate.
In Bhutan river rafting is a sport which is in its infancy so to speak. It’s a sport that has just recently made its debut. Just 10 years ago no one has gone river rafting in Bhutan but like any other sport, river rafting is growing with much zest and zeal. Bhutan has several rivers which are perfectly suited for the sport of river rafting.
Bhutan is a mountainous country so people might say it’s ideally suited for biking. Over the years, the number of people who go biking has steadily increased. Due to this growth the number of outlets which rent out bikes has increased too, so even if you don’t own a bike you can always rent one.
Hot stone bath
Hot stone bath has been very much a part and parcel of Bhutanese tradition. It is believed that a hot stone bath not only cleanses the body but it also cures the body of physical ailment.
Archery is the traditional sport of Bhutan. The Bhutanese people play archery almost all the time but the most notable times are when the Bhutanese celebrate a special festival like a Losar or a lomba. Traditionally the instruments of archery, i.e. the bow and the arrows are made out of bamboos although with the evolution of time one can now buy expensive compound bows and arrows.
With the onset of modernization, economic development, a game of snooker has fast become a favorite indoor game, particularly among the urban youth. Places where one can play snookers have mushroomed all over Bhutan, especially in the big town and cities.