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About our Bhutan Tours

Arrive in breathtaking Bhutan, the "Land of the Thunder Dragon." Greetings from the vast Himalayan mountain ranges, amazing rivers, and breathtaking landscapes. Its natural surroundings and ancient culture have been preserved, untouched by contemporary civilization. Bhutan has a distinct, tranquil, and ethereal atmosphere. Travellers have been enthralled by its natural beauty and friendly charm ever since it opened its doors to the western world in 1974. With chortens, whitewashed fortresses, and fluttering prayer flags everywhere, Bhutanese culture is firmly anchored in Buddhism. We see all of this grandeur and much more on our excursions of Bhutan!

Bhutan can be coupled with adjacent Nepal for a true Himalayan adventure that will make for an incredibly unforgettable vacation. Whichever package you select for Bhutan, you will undoubtedly be enthralled with this extraordinary nation.

Our Bhutan Group Tours

The breathtaking Tiger's Nest Monastery, maybe the most well-known landmark in Bhutan, and the nation's capital, Thimphu, are both accessible to visitors on our Bhutan trips. Additionally, for a more thorough Himalayan experience, you can combine the nation with adjacent Nepal. For an even more unforgettable experience, you can go in September during the Thimphu Festival. In addition to lodging and air travel within Bhutan, your package also includes government taxes and royalties collected from visitors to preserve the country's pristine nature. Throughout your trip, you will be supervised by one of our knowledgeable tour guides while staying in 3–4 star accommodations. You will also enjoy numerous included meals and hassle-free airport transfers.

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Yes, your Bhutan tour will visit the capital of Thimphu. You will spend two nights in the city and enjoy included sightseeing to the main highlights, including the Memorial Chorten and the Takin Preserve, home to Bhutan's unique national animal.

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The Best of Bhutan

Have you previously travelled to Bhutan? Understand what to anticipate? Magnificent Buddhist temples and monasteries, strong forts and palaces, and unspoiled mountainous landscapes may all be found in the Himalayan Kingdom. To help you get your vacation planning underway, here is a list of the top destinations to see on your Bhutan tour.

Thimphu

Bhutan’s capital city, Thimpu, is a thriving, modern region. The perfect place for tourists to embrace Bhutanese culture. The general way of life there consists of a fascinating mix of contemporary and antique, allowing its population to modernise without forsaking its cultural heritage and identity. Some unusual features of this city are its traffic-light-free streets and its dry Tuesday, when the sale of alcohol is prohibited.

Tiger's Nest Monastery

You cannot experience Bhutan without a visit to the country's most recognizable landmark. Tiger's Nest Monastery clings to the side of a cliff at 3,000 metres above sea level, and the monastery can only be reached by an arduous trek. This makes the final destination all the more magical when you eventually arrive. Legend has it that Guru Rinpoche, father of Bhutanese Buddhism, rode here on the back of a tigress in order to meditate back in the 8th century, hence the name.

Paro

Nestled in the picturesque Paro Valley, the city of the same name is Bhutan's adventure capital. It's a great base for activities such as hiking, mountain biking and white water rafting, and there are plenty of great places to watch a sunrise if you can raise yourself early enough for a morning trek. Paro International Airport is located in the valley, between two towering peaks - fewer than 25 pilots are certified to make the landing. Don't worry, we avoid this flight on our tours!

Punakha

Picturesque Punakha is simply stunning. Packed full of history. The spectacular Himalayas in the background, it sits at the confluence of the powerful Pho Chhu and Mo Chhu rivers, and is filled with beautiful white and terracotta buildings. Every year the town transforms into a hub of activity as the Punakha festival takes place, commemorating the country’s victory against the Tibetan army through re-enactments of the battle. It is an incredibly important showcase of Bhutanese culture.