A tour of Bhutan is an experience like no other. Self-isolation has helped preserve its precious culture, timeless traditions, myths and legends. And the natural environment remains equally unspoilt with sacred mountains, fast flowing rivers and over 5000 species of plants.
In Bhutan, the ordinary is extraordinary. There are no traffic lights, not even in the capital Thimphu. Television and the internet were only introduced in 1999. Smoking is against the law for Bhutanese citizens. And the wearing of traditional national dress is compulsory.
The country’s whole outlook is different with the last king introducing the now famous "happiness principle" which rejected GDP as a measure of progress and chose instead to focus on Gross National Happiness.
A sense of discovery
Few places in the world can match Bhutan for adventure. This mystical Himalayan kingdom only opened its doors to tourism in the 1980s and still resists many western influences. This can be as perplexing as it is exhilarating. The Bhutanese have a unique way of doing things but, having travelled across Bhutan ourselves, we can offer first-hand advice and help make sure you have an incredible holiday in this truly amazing country.
We’ll help you plan when to go and where to stay based on what you want to see and do. From finding homestays for getting a local view of spectacular festivals, to recommending friendly hotels where staff are always happy to go the extra mile. If you're interested in a tailor-made trip, please get in touch and we'll be delighted to help book your visit.