- 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.