WE WILL GUIDE YOU ABOUT THE PLACES & PEOPLE
WE WILL GUIDE YOU ABOUT THE PLACES & PEOPLE
OUR BHUTAN UNIQUE & EXCLUSIVE TOUR
OUR BHUTAN UNIQUE & EXCLUSIVE TOUR
EXPLORE THE UNIQUE & ENJOY THE BEAUTY
EXPLORE THE UNIQUE AND ENJOY THE BEAUTY
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Bhutan - More than Shangrila

Whoever said, “Small is Beautiful,” must have thought about Bhutan; for this small Himalayan nation, is beauty epitomized. The fountain head of Gross National Happiness (GNH), Bhutan has achieved global recognition as the Champion of Sustainable Development. A country that was not colonized even by the mighty British Empire, Bhutan is the only carbon negative country in the world.

Thus, it is not a surprise that from 287 in 1974, 2018 saw a total of 274,097 tourists visiting Bhutan. What makes the country unique and special?

The country began planned development by building the first roads, even as Neil Armstrong took a “giant step,” for mankind. Bhutanese used to run away from vehicles, even as Yuri Gagarin visited space. But within few decades, the country achieved what took others centuries; it has transformed from what resembled a medieval village to a modern nation state.

In doing so, the enlightened monarchs of Bhutan did not make mistakes, which others did. Nature was harnessed sustainably. The wisdom that plants and animals have equal rights over the world like human beings never blurred. Led and spurred by visionary Kings, the Kingdom became the house for all beings. 

Bhutan houses more than 770 species of bird and 5,400 species of plants. The engendered Bengal Tiger, one-horned rhinogolden langurclouded leopardhispid hare and the sloth bear live in the lush tropical lowland and hardwood forests in the south. In the temperate zone, grey langurtigercommon leopardgoral and serow are found in mixed conifer, broadleaf and pine forests. Fruit bearing trees and bamboo provide habitat for the Himalayan black bearred panda, squirrel, sambar, wild pig and barking deer. The alpine habitats of the great Himalayan range in the north are home to the snow leopardblue sheepmarmotTibetan wolf, antelope and Himalayan musk deer.

Article 5 of the Nation’s Constitution says that at all times, 60 percent of the country’s area, should be under forest cover. Bhutan is a global biodiversity hotspot and falls among the 234 globally outstanding ecoregions of the world.

Bhutan’s wealth is not confined to environment alone. The Nation has managed to preserve and promote age-old traditions, which are reflected today in the lives of every Bhutanese. Though technology has seeped in, the country’s culture is intact and growing. Symbols of this are the hundreds of stupas, prayer flags and monasteries that make the country special. Traditional Bhutanese clothes have not been thrown away. Culture breathes through lives of the people.

However, what had made Bhutan an exotic tourist destination is the policy of “High Value, Low Volume,” which ensures sustainability in Tourism, too. 

Our Adventure Tours

Water Rafting Tours

Water Rafting Tours

Rafting and white water rafting are recreational outdoor activities which use an inflatable raft to navigate a river
Hot Stone Bath

Hot Stone Bath

A visit to Bhutan would be incomplete without experiencing a hot stone bath, and hence this must feature on every
Cultural Program

Cultural Program

Experience the culture of Bhutan through the dazzling dances performed by the locals. Watch the dancers represent their traditions and culture
Experience Archery

Experience Archery

Being the national sport, Archery in Bhutan sees whole-hearted participation and enthusiasm from its countrymen.
Butter Tea & Tsampa

Butter Tea & Tsampa

Tsampa is commonly mixed with butter tea which consists of water and yak / Cow butter
Picnic Lunch

Picnic Lunch

Enjoy Bhutanese cuisine at picnics in some memorable places, lunch in a farmhouse with a Bhutanese family and at restaurants
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