Experience the traditional Buddhist culture at its best in the beautiful country of Bhutan. Its fiercely guarded society was not open to tourists until the 1970s and is still an emerging tourist destination.
As the only country to officially measure its Gross National Happiness, you will soon get the measure of its priorities and values. This tiny country offers a fascinating journey through peaceful hillside monasteries (such as the iconic Taktshang), striking landscapes and colourful festivals.
If you’re lucky enough to visit this country… prepare for it to leave its mark on you forever.
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- Kolkata to Kathmandu (via Bhutan) Overland
This overland adventure is the best way to see India and Bhutan. Travelling by truck, rub shoulders with the locals...
- This overland adventure is the best way to see India and Bhutan. Travelling by truck,...
- The local guides on this trip are the best in the business. Gain insight into...
- Even though there are lots of included activities packed into the itinerary, you'll have plenty...
- Bhutan Discovered
The happiest land on earth, Bhutan is a hidden paradise with no traffic lights, laws governing minimum forest coverage and...
- The happiest land on earth, Bhutan is a hidden paradise with no traffic lights, laws...
- Only a small number of visitors are allowed into Bhutan each year. Its pretty special.
- The climb to Tigers nest while tough, is a richly rewarding and sobering experience
- Festivals of Bhutan
Experience traditional Buddhist cultures of Bhutan
- Experience Bhutan's colourful, vibrant masked dance festivals
- Visit the Paro Dzong and the incredible 'Tiger's Nest' monastery at Taktsang
- Drive across the Dochu La and visit Punakha Dzong
- Bhutan: Land of the Thunder Dragon
Trek the Druk Path, with stunning views of the surrounding Himalaya
- A short classic trek through the beautiful Bhutanese countryside
- An opportunity to gain an insight into the culture of the people
- Two most famous and colourful cultural highlights; the Paro Dzong and Thimpu's Memorial Chorten