Katia used to manage a restaurant, but passion for travel made her leave for Asia. Having explored many Asian countries, she settled in Sri Lanka for a year, then spent several years managing a hotel and a restaurant in Muktinath, Nepal. Fluent in Hindi, she learns Nepalese and is an expert on Nepal, Tibet, India and Sri Lanka.
We will visit three oldest Buddhist countries in the world, one of which - Bhutan, is considered the happiest in the world. Let's start with picturesque India, where we'll visit Darjeeling and Sikkim - the former Himalayan kingdom. In Nepal we will see the stunning valley of Kathmandu with its ancient cities and temples. The highlight of the trip is the mysterious Bhutan, where the Buddhist idea of happiness became a state principle.
One of the most closed countries in the world, Bhutan has maintained an authentic culture and untouched wildlife. It also boasts ancient monasteries and temples, and the Buddhist idea of happiness has become the main state principle.
The most interesting sights of the most ancient Buddhist countries. Authentic monasteries and temples where films were shot. Famous old cities and palaces. The highlight of the trip is a trek to the iconic Paro Taktsang, also known as the Tiger`s nest.