Community Based Tourism

Community Based Eco-tourism

Community Based Eco-tourism

The local community manages this newly opened Eco-trail along the Gomphu –Shelangtoe – Panbang – Manas route. Read more…

Community Based Tourism: Dangkhar

Community Based Tourism: Dangkhar

Dangkhar is a15th century village located at an elevation of 1700m / 5,576ft, and it is surrounded by rich flora and fauna. Read more…

Community Based Tourism: Phubjika

Community Based Tourism: Phubjika

Phubjikha valley has become one of the most popular tourist destinations, because it serves as habitat for the globally endangered species, the Black necked Cranes. Read more…

Community Based Tourism: Merak & Saktang

Community Based Tourism: Merak & Saktang

The Brokpas (highlanders) from Merak and Sakten stay close to the border of India’s Arunachal Pradesh and is about 50 miles east of Trashigang at an altitude of 3,000 m above sea level. Read more…