The kingdom of Bhutan rests in the lap of the Eastern Himalayas, nestled between the two most populous nations of the world, bordering China to the north and India on the south, east, and west. For centuries, Bhutan has cultivated its rich history, relying heavily on the principles of Buddhism—environmental mindfulness, a sharing spirit, and bringing happiness to others—visible at every turn in the warm smiles of its friendly people. Bhutan’s policies of cultural conservation and its remote location enable us to provide visitors with unforgettable experiences. Explore one of thousands of Buddhist temples dotting the hillsides, visit massive stone fortresses known as dzongs, shop for unique treasures at our handicraft emporiums, or delve into Bhutan’s pristine natural environment. No matter what your dreams are made of, the highly trained professional team is committed to offering you the most enjoyable stay in Bhutan. We specialize in cultural and historical tours and can accommodate your specific preferences. Contact us with any questions, or to book your trip today. Let us be your guide!
The popular festivals should be booked in advance so that there won’t be problem with accommodations , transportation, air tickets and in getting Visa on time.
Our Cultural Tour introduces our VIPs to the unique aspects of the Bhutanese way of life through visits to villages, temples, historical monuments, pilgrimage sites and scenic spots. The most popular cultural tour includes visit to Western and Central Bhutan. For those interested to see another aspect of Bhutanese life, Eastern Bhutan is definitely worth visiting.
Bhutan is a popular place for trekking. Our range of treks are one of the most exhilarating and unforgettable ways to experience the heart and soul of the Kingdom of Bhutan. Trekkers to enjoy different vegetation and landscapes. We can customize some of the treks with the cultural or other packages, based on your interest.
Tshechu (Festival) is a religious event celebrated on tenth day of a month of the lunar calendar. Besides the locals, many tourists from across the world are attracted to these unique, colorful and exciting displays of traditional culture. There are various Tsechus held all year around at Temples, Dzongs and Monasteries throughout Bhutan. However, the exact date of the Tshechu varies from place to place and temple to temple.
We offer various exclusive tours, such as river rafting, bicycle tours, hot spring bath tours, bird watching tours, farm stays, etc. You can choose the tour based on your interest. These tours offer you the exclusive and unique aspects of nature and culture in Bhutan. Special Interest tours provide you with wide range of experiences.
“The dzong is located close to Thimphu town, next to the banks of the Wangchhu River. It is an impressively large structure, surrounded by well-kept lawns and beautiful gardens!”