- 4 Days Gateway to Bhutan
- 5 Days Glimpse of Bhutan
- 6 Days Best of Bhutan
- 7 Days Magical Bhutan
- 7 Days Hidden Land of Bhutan
- 7 Days Fascinating Bhutan
- 8 Days Journey of Happiness
- 8 Days Scenic Bhutan
- 8 Days Spiritual Retreat
- 9 Days Spiritual Bhutan
- 10 Days Essence of Bhutan
- 10 Days Western & Central Bhutan
- 11 Days Dragon Kingdom Insight
- 13 Days Splendour of Bhutan
If you want to know Bhutan till the central part where Guru Rinpouche visited during the 8th century. You will not only hike to the Tigers Nest where he flew on the back of a Tigress but will take you to every place blessed by him. This tour features let you experience the culture and mystic of this magical kingdom.
The 5 Days Glimpse of Bhutan is a tour package will allow you to know Bhutan for its true essence and attractions. It takes you up to the heart and capital of Bhutan, Thimphu. You’ll also explore the western region of Bhutan on the final day, and of course, be taken on the popular hike to the Tiger’s Nest.
The best of tour covers main towns and villages of the central of Bhutan. This is an ideal option to let you explore this kingdom within the shortest time, ending with a hike to the magical Taktshang monastery (Tiger nest).
Welcome to this mystical land. You will get to know the local Bhutanese, it rich history and culture. Making you feel immensely refreshing and stimulating to find oneself in a position so different from your world.
By walking through Haa you will see and feel its preserved nature, visit temples and rural family dwelling. Our experienced guides will lead guests through the Haa and Paro Valleys on days walks, incorporating Taktshang “Tiger’s Nest Monastery and a hike to Kila Nunnery, between the two Valleys.
This tour take you from Paro with a short stay at the beautiful Phobjikha Valley, home of the Black-necked Cranes.
From the western to the central of Bhutan. Take a leisure journey to the most beautiful Phobjikha Valley and take a stroll in some of the most important temples of spiritual Bhutan.
Discover Haa Valley, also know as the “Hidden-Land Rice Valley”. Visit off the trodden path temples and rural family dwellings. An opportunity to see as feel its preserved nature that is part of Bhutan’s Best Kept Secret.
Bhey Langdrag Nye (Sacred Place) in Wangdue is one of the many places blessed by Guru Rinpoche, the great Buddhist master. Be blessed by this beautiful and peaceful retreat site with hidden treasures and relics.
Visit the Western & Central Bhutan including Ura Valley or Ugyecholing Village is an essential Bhutan experience with a homestay where you will din with local Bhutanese experiecing their happy lifestyle.
Visit the Very Besst of the Kingdom at a more relax and leisurely pace, including visits to farmhouse, playing archery or kuru (darts), dinning with the locals to experience the local Bhutanese Happines Lifestyle.
If you just can’t get enough of Bhutan’s rich culture, this travel package is definitely the answer. You’ll be taken on a trip the central part of Bhutan; the same place Guru Rinpoche visited way back in the 8th century. You’ll get the opportunity to hike up to the Tiger’s Nest, where he flew on the back of a Tigress. We’ll take you to every place that’s been blessed by him.
Discover Bhutan further till the central part of Bhutan, including the remote beauty of Phobjikha Valley and the most important temple of Bumthang.
If you want to skip driving back through the same curves and bends, then the only option is to get off through the eastern part of Bhutan towards India. The highlight of this trip is that you will be able to enjoy the culture and the food of different regions of Bhutan, all the way from west to east.
- 12 Days of Hiking in the Last Shangri-la
- 12 Days Druk Path Trek
- 13 Days Gantey Cultural Trek
- 13 Days Bumthang Cultural Trek
- 14 Days Trek in Spiritual Bumthang
- 15 Days Jumolhari Trek
- 18 Days Merak and Sakten Trek
- 7 Days Bumdra Monastery Trek
- 20 Days Laya Gasa Trek
This tour provides you an excellent overview of the Kingdom Of Bhutan with emphasis on Hiking, but staying each night in comfortable hotels and guesthouses. You will visit Bhutan’s most scenic valleys, Paro, Thimphu, Punakha and Phobjikha, where you will see a wide variety of flora and fauna, including rhododendrons in the spring and blacked cranes in winter.
This is one of the most popular treks in Bhutan. This short and scenic trek allows you to enjoy Bhutan’s great views and beautiful lakes. It leads up to altitudes above 4,000m. However, it is not too strenuous as the walking distance between camps are not too long. Besides the lakes, the Phadjoding monastery is one of the highlights of this trek.
The 13 Days Gantey Cultural trek is possible throughout the whole winter. The best seasons for this trek are from March to May and September to November. This short, relatively easy trek will take you to beautiful villages and monasteries. It also takes you from one of the winter roosting places of black necked crane.
This trek begins from Ngang Lhahang, to Ugyen Choling, and passes through the Chamkhar Chu river. This package brings you to beautiful forested areas and gives you a chance to visit the treasure house of interesting religious Buddhist paintings, where you’ll get to learn the local Bhutanese way of life.
This unique journey into central Bhutan is like a discrete celebration. Trek across hidden valleys and be treated to cultural encounters and deeply personal interactions that you would never experience on your own. You will visit the town of Paro, the hills of the Spiritual Bumthang, temples and sacred monuments. You’ll walk through tiny terraced hamlets perched high above the river.
The 15 Days Jumolhari Trek is the most popular trek in Bhutan. The highlight of this trek is the spectacular view of Mount Jomolhari from Jomolhari Basecamp, Jangothang. This whole trek goes through a small part of the Jigme Singye National Park, and passes a few of the Yak herder’s settlement and even the remotest region of Lingshi. Travellers should be reasonably physically fit to enjoy the majestic mountain views.
The best time for Merak and Sakten Trek is from March to Apr & October to November, however, it is possible throughout the whole winter months too. This short trek will takes you through some villages of Tashigang Valley with a hot stone bath also available on the final day of the trek.
During the flight on a clear day, you will get to enjoy breathtaking views of Mount Everest, Kanchenjungha, and other famous Himalayan peaks including sacred Mount Jumolhari and Jichu Drake Peaks in Bhutan. Upon arrival at Paro Airport, you will be greeted by our representative and transferred to your hotel. The drive to Thimphu is about 1 an hour. On route, enjoy the view of the valley of Thimphu and river through a rather arid and Rocky landscape.
The flight to Paro crosses the Himalayan Mountains, affording spectacular views of the awesome peaks, including the sacred Jumolhari and Jichu Drake peaks in Bhutan. On arrival you will be greeted by our representative and transferred to your hotel. Later in the afternoon, you can visit the Paro Dzong. It was built in 1646 and now houses government offices and religious institutions, as do all the Dzongs (forts) currently. You’ll cross a traditional wooden bridge on the way to the Dzong. Afterward you will visit Kichu Lhakhang, the oldest temple in the country. In the evening you can stroll through the Paro market and town.
- 7 Days Grand Paro Tshechu
- 7 Days Thimphu Tshechu
- 8 Days Trongsa Tshechu
- 9 Days Punakha Tshechu & Bumdra Trek
- 13 Days Black Neck Crane Festival
- 7 Days Dochula Tshechu
The Paro Tsechu is one the biggest and famous Tsechu in Bhutan. Paro Tsechu is the Tsechu where many tourists are attracted and is the one of the very peak season for the tourist visiting Bhutan. Held in the courtyard for the 1st day there are some religious items which can not be taken outside from the Dzong. The big Thanka or Thongdrel (Liberation at Sight) is unfurling on the last day of the Tsechu, in the early morning. Every Bhutanese people wanted to get the blessings from it, as it is very important for their present life as well as after our death.
The Thimphu Tsechu is held in the courtyard of the Tashichho dzong. Held in the courtyard and the dance place is being constructed outside where more people can witness and enjoy the Thimphu Tsechu luxury. Most dances in the program have religious significance. Folk dance by the Royal Academy of Performing Arts is interspersed with religious or mask dance. The Thimphu Tsechu was established by the 4th temporal ruler, Tenzin Rabgye in 1670 on the 8th month of Bhutanese calendar to commemorate the birth of Guru Rinpoche.
Trongsa Tsechu is one of an oldest festival in Bhutan usually celebrated during early winter perhaps in December month. It is believed that most of the mask dances are centralised to various region of Bhutan from Trongsa. On the last day of the Trongsa Tsechu, they unfurl the Thongdrel (liberation and blessings at the sight) every time, which is the highlight of the Trongsa Tsechu.
The Punakha Tshechu that honours Guru Rimpche, the festivals with masked dances are performed by monks clad in colourful attire and permeated by chants and reading of Buddhist scripts. With a short trek to Bumdra Monastery that takes you up into fresh mountain meadow with views of the snowy Himalayn mountain that adds an alpine dimension to your travels.
The annual arrival of the black-neck cranes is an event that holds great significance at the beginning of winter, as the villages believed these endangered birds to be the reincarnation of two deities who are said to be protectors of this beautiful valley. The festival is held very year in Phobjikha on Nov 11, coincides with the birth anniversary celebrations of His Majesty of the King.
The Dochula Tshechu is a unique festival as the festivals is fully performed by the Royal Bhutan Army rather than monastery. The soldiers have been given 2 months training in folk and mask dance.
- River Rafting in Bhutan (Group)
- Mountain Biking Tour
- Bhutan Photography Tour
- Bhutan Bird Watching
- Bhutan Weaving Village Tour
- 10 Days Yoga Mediation Tour
The clean and clear rivers of Bhutan are one of the kingdom’s best kept open secrets. Fed by the Eastern Himalayas, the six rivers (Wang Chhu, Sunkosh, Puna Tsang Chhu, Mangde Chhu, Kuri Chhu and Dangme Chhu and their tributaries) have been scouted for kayaking and rafting. They cut through high valleys and low plains to meet up with the Brahmaputra River in India.
Mountain biking in Bhutan is a whole new sport that is steadily gaining popularity amongst the Bhutanese and visitors alike. The country’s topography, especially in the western, central and eastern regions, are not the most cycle-friendly but that is precisely why mountain biking is gaining momentum amongst more and more visitors.
Want to wed surrounded by the monks performing blessing for you and dancers performing traditional dances to entertain your guest, than come to Bhutan for a blessed wedding. We will make it a lifetime remembrance for you that you will feel proud to share the experience.
Want to take back the memories of Bhutan’s untouched landscape, mask dancers during festival, people with their smiles, flowers blooming during spring than bring your camera and inform us to organise a photography tour with our local expert photographer.
Bhutan also has a great variety of bird species. It is recognised as an area of high biological diversity and is known as the East Himalayan ‘hot spot’ situated as it is at the hub of 221 global endemic bird areas. The recorded number of bird species is over 670 and there are chances that this number could still go up.
One can come across small retreat centres and hermitages all over the country next to temples, monasteries and monastic schools. These retreat and meditation centres provide the Bhutanese with the much needed respite from the monotones of normal lifestyle and it is a common trait amongst the Buddhists to disappear into the mountains for days, weeks and months.
Bhutan has the finest textile with its intricate patterns, designs, skills and creations that are unmatchable anywhere in the world. Weaving is the only dominated art of the women in Bhutan. They mostly weave the traditional dress call Kira for woman and Gho for Man.
This tour grants privileged access to beautiful scared places of Sumthrang, Tharapling and Gangtey by practicing yoga and meditation with blessings from inner monastic relics.
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