- Amazing Bhutan 3 nights/ 4 Days
- Bhutan at a Glance 4 Nights/5 days
- Bhutan Eastern Tour 12 nights/ 13 days
- Bhutan Insight Tour 8 nights/9 Days
- Bhutan Journey of Distinction 13 nights/14 days
- Central Bhutan Tour 10 nights/11 days
- Glimpse of Bhutan 5 nights /6 Days
- Historic Central Bhutan Tour 9 nights /10 Days
- The Journey to the Last Shangri-la 11 nights/12 days
The majestic natural beauty of Bhutan can be experienced and admired by travelling on foot. While trekking across valleys in central and western Bhutan and climbing passes and mountains in the highest northern regions of Bhutan you will witness extraordinary views of the formidable mountains, glistening lakes and lush green valleys’ studded with exotic flora. Whether you take the two day Bumthang cultural trek, the Druk path trek which will take you through the valleys of Thimphu and Paro, or the three week journey to Lunana which lies at a distance of over 300 kilometers, you will be rewarded with fantastic views of landscape and enriching meetings with Bhutanese people. Trekking excursions in Bhutan will provide an invigorating and refreshing experience for the mind, body and soul.
All individual or group trekkers will be equipped with a guide, a cook, and horsemen. The horses will carry all the provisions and heavy luggages. The cook and the horseman will travel ahead of the group to prepare the camp site and meals for the trekkers. Trekkers will be accommodated in comfortable tents which are suitable for harsh weather conditions. During meal times a buffet of appetizing dishes and snacks will be prepared for our trekkers.
There are different treks to suit different abilities and interests. Treks range from short low altitude treks to arduous climbs of thirteen thousand feet like the legendary Lunana snowman trek which will take you over three of Bhutan’s highest mountains. Altitude sickness is a serious problem and proper precautions should be taken by trekkers attempting to trek in the Himalayas. The most strenuous treks in the northern regions are as high as 5500 meters and should be challenged only by experienced and fit walkers. To plan your trip around specific treks, first check the feasibility of the treks according to the season and personal fitness, additional inquiries and itinerary requests, please contact us.
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Bird Watching Tour
Bhutan is a paradise for bird lovers and ornithologists. Over 670 species of birds have been recorded and many more are yet to be discovered. Around 50 species of the known birds are winter migrants. These include ducks, waders, birds of prey, thrushes, finches and buntings. The partial migrants to Bhutan include cuckoos, swifts, bee-eaters, warblers and flycatchers. The country harbors more than 16 species of vulnerable birds….Read More>>
Mountain Biking Tour
It will be a most challenging and rewarding experience for our guest who wish for mountain biking in Bhutan. Mountain biking journey will take you through high mountain passes, down steep ravines and valleys along the beautiful twisting and turning roads that lead you there. It will be a life time experience for our guest who have passion of mountain biking in Bhutan. Along the journey you will be visiting many mythical temples,… Read More >>
Ever since Bhutan opened its doors to tourism; visitors have thronged the courtyards of Dzongs to attend the auspicious celebrations of tsechu festivals. Tsechu’s are held on the tenth day of the Bhutanese month commemorating the birth date and remarkable actions of the saint Guru Padhmasambhava. The close proximity of Thimphu and Paro to the airport makes their festivals the most popular to visitors. Bumthang festivals also very popular, are famed for their exotic fire dances in the evening which help childless women conceive in the following year. The religious dances are the focus of the tsechu festivals and have didadactic and religious themes that can be traced to the age-old rituals and traditions practiced in the time when Buddhism first flourished in the country. Weaving through their complex choreography and attired in stunning costumes of silk, rich brocades and expressive masks the dancers present a vibrant and mesmerizing picture to the crowds. During the festivals the Dzong vibrates with the cacophony of musical accompaniments and the non-stop chatter of Bhutanese people taking part in the auspicious celebrations. It is an important occasion for the deeply religious people of Bhutan to pay homage and receive blessings from their local guardian deities. Some festivals end with the presentation and worship of thongdels or huge religious appliqué which depicts Guru Rinpoche and his eight Manifestations. The thongdel bestows blessings and religious merits upon the participants of the ceremony. To plan your trip around tshechus, first check the festival dates, and for additional inquiries, please contact us.