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Bhutan: Land of the Thunder Dragon

Bhutan

October 25–November 6

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$6,965 per person, double occupancy.

Featuring special events with noted author, Linda Leaming , Thangka artist Phurba Namgay and members of the royal family

Have a taste for unexpected adventure? This trip has it all—exotic locations, breathtaking scenery, and even a brush with royalty. You'll begin in Bangkok and cruise along the city's waterways, viewing temples and serene family homes. From there, a flight over the Himalayas lands in faraway Paro, Bhutan. You'll spend time outdoors, hiking to the Tango Monastery and taking in the local culture. A visit to Bumthang, home of many ancient temples and sacred sites, is next on the itinerary. Here you'll learn about one of Bhutan's most revered historical figures, Guru Rinpoche—and you'll even hike to one of his favorite sites, Tiger's Nest. In all, it's a journey of extraordinary sights, sounds and flavors.


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    Cary Allyn
    cary.allyn@vanderbilt.edu
    Director of Vanderbilt Travel Program—oversees the Vanderbilt Travel Program, promoting worldwide destinations featuring the company of Vanderbilt's finest faculty that allow alumni to continue their educational pursuits.
    Tel: (615) 322-3673
    Fax: (615) 343-5730

    Celia Gregory
    celia.s.gregory@vanderbilt.edu
    Program Assistant, Vanderbilt Travel Program—supports the Vanderbilt Travel Program and volunteer tracking.
    Tel: (615) 322-8919
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