Bhutan – Die heilenden Wasser von Bhutan

Beginn:
20. Okt 2017
Ende:
2. Nov 2017
Anmelde​schluss:
19. Okt 2017, 00:00
Kurs-Nr.:
-
Preis:
5388,00 EUR pro Platz
Ort:
Bhutan

Beschreibung

  

Exploring your authentic self 
while riding the tiger of joy 
in the valley of happiness

Nur wenige Ausländer haben eine so innige Beziehung zu diesem magischen Land im Himalaya wie Kutira Décosterd. Von Geburt Schweizerin, wohnhaft auf Maui, Hawaii, ist Kutira in ihrem Herzen eindeutig Bhutanesin. Wenn man mit ihr durch dieses Land reist, fühlt man sich wie ein Mitglied der Königsfamilie – alle Türen öffnen sich und man darf hineinschauen in die Schatzkammern dieses Juwels in den Bergen. Kutira bereist Bhutan seit mehr als 20 Jahren. Eines ihrer Projekte vor Ort ist die Unterstützung der Nonnenklöster. Mit ihrer CD "The Sacred Feminine Voice of Bhutan", hat sie die berührenden Gesänge der Nonnen für uns zugänglich gemacht. Der Erlös aus dem Verkauf fließt ebenfalls in die Nuns Foundataion zur Unterstützung der Nonnen in Bhutan. 
 
Eine Reise mit Kutira durch Bhutan ist ein once-in-a-lifetime experience. Die Teilnehmer/innen dieser Reise kommen aus der ganzen Welt und so erfolgt auch die Verständigung in der Gruppe auf Englisch. 

Für Auskünfte stehe ich Ihnen gerne zur Verfügung: Birgit Hahn, , 089/62423627

"Aloha from Kutira!

Many of you have asked me when I am going back to Bhutan. Well my dear friends this is it. I am always going to places, I have not yet explored and this time we are on the path of the Healing Waters of Bhutan ... hot springs and hot stone bath. Of course this beautiful country has so much to offer and I am honored to show you what has captured my heart.
Please viist my website: www.EmbodiedSpirituality.com and you can find more detailed information.
The most important decision to make now is the book the flight into Bhutan and those seats are limited. 
Please contact me at or simply call me. I am happy to share with you more about this journey." 

Eine ausführliche Reisebeschreibung mit Preisen finden Sie hier: The Healing Waters of Bhutan mit Kutira 2017

Nachfolgend ein Überblick in Stichworten:


Bhutan General Trip Information


Highlights:
Visit temples, including the famous Tiger’s Lair, monasteries, nunneries, dzongs (fortress), arts-projects, schools and Kutira’s project
Sample delicious and diverse local cuisine from street markets, fine dining and family homes
Explore the country’s Buddhist tradition and culture with the help of an expert guide
Hike up stunning trails and enjoy the breath-taking architecture that Bhutan has to offer
Enjoy 2 days of luxurious camping in a hot spring region

Trip Includes:
All lodgings and meals
All transportation within Bhutan
Our own English-speaking guide
All daily activities
Embodied Spirituality and Sustainability teaching by Kutira
Unexpected Beautiful Surprises!
Accommodations and Food

We will stay in beautiful, comfortable and clean hotels and guest houses with hot water and electricity rated 3 stars basic accommodations. (Any hotel upgrades to 4 or 5 star accommodations are at additional cost and need to be requested early and only available at certain places.) We will be camping for 2 nights in a region where there are no hotels. Internet access may be available, but sometimes access is spotty. Breakfasts and most dinners are in the hotels. Lunches will often be in restaurants or picnic lunches during our hikes. Meals are typically served buffet style, with Bhutanese, Indian, and Chinese dishes as the usual offerings. Vegetarians are easily accommodated. A typical breakfast may include cereal and milk, pancakes (sometimes Buckwheat), omelets, fried potatoes, and fruits in season. Dinners will usually be in restaurants or even the homes of local families we have relationships with. Dinner may include rice, noodles, asparagus or cauliflower, a meat entrée (often chicken), and ema datse, the spicy chili cheese dish often considered as the national dish of Bhutan. Beer is typically available for purchase with lunch or dinner, but wine is limited- drinks are not included in the price.

Trip Difficulty:
The trip consists of a mix of hiking, cultural and culinary touring. Anyone in good physical condition who is comfortable walking 2-3 hours on a hilly, rocky terrain should have no difficulty on the hikes. Some of the hikes begin at approximately 11,000 feet elevation and descend. It is important to view the trip as a group activity where the needs of the group may outweigh those of the individual. An open attitude and respect for the culture are important attributes that enhance participant’s enjoyment of the trip. Please feel free to call Kutira and discuss if this would be the perfect journey of your life. It is much easier then you think!

Equipment and Clothing:
Hiking boots or trail shoes, rain jacket and pants, and a day-pack are highly recommended. Daytime temperatures will be moderate (approximately 55 to 75 degrees). Nighttime temperatures will be cool (30 to 40 degrees). Autumn, from September to late November follows the rainy season. It is characterized by bright sunny days and some early snowfalls at higher elevations.

Sustainable conservation practices you will enjoy.

Bhutan has adopted a national policy that revolves around conservation of its generally intact natural resources. This comes as a natural extension of its Buddhist practices, as Buddhism believes in the interdependence of all life, be it sentient beings or flora. Given that the country already has the most intact ecosystems of any in existence, it makes for a more successful pursuit of the conservation efforts that have been instituted. As an example of its conservation policies, the government does not harvest lumber for export. It does utilize dead trees and thin out some forests, but with a goal of maintaining over 60% of the land forested; its current level of 72% is well ahead of that objective. Over one-fourth of the land area is preserved in national parks. While conservation is a stated policy of the government, the promotion of tourism (Bhutan’s 2nd leading source of income) poses a challenge to these conservation efforts. We will have discussions about this national policy and contrast this with conservation’s efforts in our own country.

   


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