Trekking in Zhemgang

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 […]

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Bhutan Textile Tour

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 [

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Trongsa Specials

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 […]

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Matsutake Festival

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 [

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Royal Heritage Tour

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 […]

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The Phobjikha Experience

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 [

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Happiness Tour

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 […]

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Bhutan Culinary Tour

Ever heard of Ema Datsi? Served with red rice, this super-hot cheese & chili combination is omnipresent in Bhutanese house. Because it is so spicy, beads of perspiration may rain down your face and the linings of your mouth may […]

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Fertility Tour

Bhutan has one foot in the 21st century and the other planted right back in the medieval ages. As such, the country draws much of its identity from its ancient culture, customs and traditions, the kind of which the rest […]

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Confrence Tour

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Education Tour

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Castle & Fortress Tour of Bhutan

Built on mounds, hilltops, mountainsides or in between rivers, the castle-fortresses – locally called Dzongs – are awe-inspiring structures laden with history. Aesthetically, they epitomize the best of Himalayan Buddhist architecture with intricate woodwork and stone ma

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Wang-due Eco-lodge

The green experience Bhutan is best known for its robust eco-system, which is center to its guiding philosophy of Gross National Happiness. The first of its kind, Wang-due Eco-Lodge at Damina village in Wangduephodrang, is the microcosm of true green […]

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Farm House Tour

The essence of Bhutan lies in the villages. They preserve much of what Bhutan was in the past, by way of customs, the regimens of day- to-day life as well as the peace and the quiet of a life that […]

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Honeymoon Tour

How about making your honeymoon a lifetime memory? You can choose to get it done in the premises of a seventh century temple or a 17th century fortress or in an old palace that resonates with amazing stories of yesteryears. […]

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Textile Tour

Day 01 Arrive Guwahati-S/Jongkhar Arrive in Guwahati airport in Assam, India. Meet and take a drive to SamdrupJongkhar, a frontier town in south eastern Bhutan. Along the way, you will pass through many small Assamese villages and tea gardens.  Complete […]

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Photography Tour

Bhutan is a photographer’s paradise. Its natural beauty is unrivalled anywhere as its location in the midst of the Himalayas affords spectacular views of the world’s highest mountains, mind-boggling gorges, waterfalls and other wondrous manifestations of nature. Add on

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Traditionl Sport Tour

In Bhutan, if you hear unfettered high-pitched shrieks and laughter, then an archery match is underway. Come the festivals or national holidays or even the ordinary weekends, they come with bamboo bows and narrows, about a dozen archers in each […]

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Phallus Tour

Phallus is almost everywhere in Bhutan – on walls, art shops, in temples,  dangling on eaves of roofs,  even hung on the necks of humans. But there is much more than what is visible to the eye? Discover the country’s […]

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Meditation Tour

To travel to Bhutan is to bask in an atmosphere of perfect tranquility. The setting is spiritual, meditative and one of communion with nature, a getaway from the hustle and bustle of modern metropolis. Life is slow and the social […]

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