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A South Asian country sandwiched between Tibet and India, with predominantly Buddhist population and Vajrayana Buddhism as the state religion. Also famous as the last Shangri La, Bhutanese proudly call their country as the 'Land of the Thunder Dragon'. Bhutan's landscape is characterized by rugged terrain and steep mountain valleys from subtropical plains in the south through temperate zone to the Sub-Alpine Himalayas exceeding 7000 meters. Bhutan officially follows the Druk School of Buddhism, although the people in the southern part of Bhutan with Nepalese and Assam-based indigenous people also follow Hinduism. The country is separated from the nearby country of Nepal to the west by the Indian state of Sikkim, and from Bangladesh to the south by West Bengal. Bhutan's elevation from a few hundred meters above sea level to among the highest mountains, makes it one of the most diverse countries in terms of topography. Moreover, the country is also recognized by UNESCO as one of 10 centers for bio-diversity, all within a distance of 150 kilometers resulting in sub-tropical climate to Arctic-like climate.

Whether you're a seasoned trekker or a mountain biker or a cultural enthusiast, Bhutan with its abundant pristine natural and cultural extravaganza welcomes you like no any other place on earth. Even If your passion is to take photos of exotic places and cultures, there may be a photo opportunity everywhere. Please, go through our itineraries or let us know how you would like us to customize your Bhutan trip depending upon your specific needs – whether trekking, tour, and adventure biking. We are sure that our Bhutan packages would go a long way to make your Bhutan trip to be a trip of a lifetime!

Most Popular Trips in Bhutan

  • Bhutan Cultural Tour 7 Days

    The mountain kingdom of Bhutan is a living masterpiece of ecological conservation in the world today. The Bhutan Cultural Tour is our effort to introduce you to the imposing Dzongs, or temple fortresses, that are intrinsic to Bhutanese Buddhism. You will begin your Bhutan Cultural tour from undoubtedly the most beautiful valley in the country, Paro. Tiger's Nest Monastery, 8th century Kichu Monastery,..

  • Glimpses of Bhutan Tour 4 Days

    Sandwiched between Tibet in the north and India in the three sides; and popularly know as as the 'Land of the Thunder Dragon' and the 'Last Shangri-La', the state of Bhutan offers a mesmerizing and unspoilt cultural and natural grandeur. Predominantly Vajrayana Buddhism being the state religion, Hinduism is second-largest religion mostly followed by the Nepali speaking Bhutanese in the southern Bhutan.

  • Chomolhari Trek 12 Days

    Join our superb trek program around the base of Mount Cholomhari (7,316 m / 24,000 ft). This enchanting trek takes you to the base of Mount Jumolhari, one of the highest levels of Bhutan treks, the second highest unclimbed peak in the world. The mountain is revered by the local yak herders as the abode of their goddess. While trekking on part of his BBC Himalaya Adventure 2010, Michael Palin..

  • Bhutan, Nepal and Tibet Tour 14 Days

    Join our travel package to roof of the world that includes the three Himalayan countries: Bhutan, Nepal and China's Tibet which would definitely prove to be a truly Asian experience These three countries encompass almost all of the Himalayas and are a traveller's paradise, a heaven on earth. The first destination of this travel is Bhutan, the only Mahayana Buddhist Kingdom in the world. Bhutan is often referred to as the last Shangri-la ..

Latest News

  • The Paro Festival Tour Bhutanese people love celebrations and festivals which are an integral part of their culture are celebrated with much enthusiasm and zeal. The Tsechus are Buddhist religious festivals.
  • Wangdue Phodrang Festival Wangdue Phodrang in central Bhutan is known for the Lozeys or the ornamental speeches. Some of the notable lozeys are the sorrows of Gaylong Sumdar Tashi, who was sent as a monk and that of Pemai Tshewang Tashi who served as an official at the Dzong.

Travel Review

  • We are having a fantastic time. It is the vacation of our lives. The planning, places, accommodations and people are superb. We know you work very hard to make dream vacations come true and it is appreciated. We are in Paro Hotel and what a rare treat. This place is fabulous. No one could have planned a better vacation. Vancouver, Canada Read More