Trekking in Zhemgang

5th May 2015

Zhemgang lies in the central part of Bhutan. It is one of Bhutan’s least discovered districts and a destination that is truly a “off the beaten track”. The temperature is moderate, which enabled the ecosystem to thrive making it a […]

Bhutan Textile Tour

5th May 2015

Bhutan’s artistic life is manifested through its art and craft. No where is this attribute better manifested than in the country’s weaving (textile) traditions. From the exquisitely woven Kishuthara which is a collector’s delight to garments made from yak hairs […]

Walking Tour

5th May 2015

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Trongsa Specials

5th May 2015

Trongsa District used to be the power center of Bhutan back in the days when the country was ruled by the Deb Rajas. Jigme Namgyel, the father of the first hereditary king of Bhutan, was the governor of Trongsa from […]

Matsutake Festival

5th May 2015

Celebrate alongside the people of Ura as yet another mushroom season begins, bringing with it the opportunity not only to sample some truly delicious meals but to cultivate a deeper insight into the rhythms of Bhutanese village life. Learn to identify and harvest […]

Royal Heritage Tour

5th May 2015

For Bhutan, monarchy is synonymous with benign rulers. Its kings have shaped the destiny of the country for over a hundred years: kind, benevolent and caring, the kind that is extremely rare to see anywhere in the world. Through this […]

The Phobjikha Experience

5th May 2015

Phobjikha is one of the most spectacular destinations in Bhutan, frequented by both tourists and local people alike. Surrounded by lush vegetation, this breathtaking valley is home to the endangered black necked crane, which migrates to Phobjikha every winter for […]

Happiness Tour

5th May 2015

Gross National Happiness (GNH) is an intriguing novelty in a world driven by blind greed and consumerism. Bhutan, since the 1970s, has embarked on a developmental path which will create the conditions for its people to attain happiness. Therefore, it […]