Shrouded in mystery, myth and steep mountains, Bhutan is a small kingdom nestling between India and Tibet. For tourists it is a one-of-a-kind experience, rich in age-old traditions and lively festivals. The jewel in the crown is undoubtedly the sacred Tiger’s Nest or Taktsang Monastery clinging precariously to a cliffside 9,843 ft./3,000 m high up on one side of the upper Paro Valley. Here you will find peace of mind like no-where else. According to legend, Guru Rinpoche reached this isolated location on the back of an air-born tiger, hence the name, but visitors are not so lucky and will have to walk the trail with its many steps.
The kingdom may be small, but it is alive with festivities all through the year. At these occasions it erupts in celebrations of music, dance, interesting rituals and colorful costumes. Famous are the Thimphu Festival in October and Paro during March, so you may consider scheduling your trip around those times.
A trip to Bhutan is synonymous with astonishing scenery with steep hills covered in green forests and shrouded in mist rising up from raging rivers far below. Ancient traditions and the way of life are still alive amongst the people embedded in their Himalayan surroundings since time immemorial.Read More +
Many superb fortresses, locally called dzongs are found on hilltops and in valleys. A large number are still active with resident monks, and shelter valuable religious relics and artifacts. Bhutan may be a poor country, but with its unique philosophy of GNH or Gross National Happiness, its people are considered amongst the happiest on earth.
This government policy draws many visitors from abroad, curious to witness the tangible evidence of this philosophy firsthand, despite the steep daily tourist tax. Many come here in search of tranquility and some relief from their daily stress associated with work and the demands of daily life. Here travelers hope to discover the secrets of a happy life, to find out how it is possible for a population deprived of most modern technology and resources, and without wealth to live such a blissful life. Well, why do you not join one of our trips to the small Himalayan Kingdom and discover the secret to happiness for yourself.
Round Trips, Travel Modules and Customized Itinerary
Make use of our individual travel modules to make up your own personalized tour to Bhutan. One of our many travel experts will be happy to help you arrange the modules in a practical order. All our roundtrip tours have already been worked out to form practical, sensible itineraries. However, they can be altered to suit your own personal needs. The Bhutan trips can also be combined with any of our tours to India. Inform us of your expectations and wishes, and we will do our utmost to come up with a proposal for your ideal vacation plan. Read Less –
For any traveler to Bhutan, Paro is their first point of contact. The only international airport in the kingdom is located there.…
Bhutan's capital, Thimphu, has a resident size of 98,676. It is the political and economic center of the nation and one of…
New Delhi ➜ Jaipur ➜ Agra ➜ Jaipur ➜ Nawalgarh (Shekhawati region including Mandawa & Fatehpur) ➜ Bikaner ➜ Deshnoke (Rat Temple) ➜ Jaisalmer (Sam Dunes) ➜ Osian ➜ Luni (Jodhpur and Bishnoi village) ➜ Mount Abu ➜ Kumbalgarh ➜ Ranakpur Jain Temple ➜ Udaipur ➜ Chittorgarh ➜ Bundi ➜ Pushkar ➜ Alwar ➜ New Delhi ➜ Goa ➜ New Delhi
Fly from New Delhi to Srinagar (Kashmir) ➜ Gulmarg ➜ Pahalgam ➜ Sonamarg ➜ Kargil ➜ Mulbekh ➜ Lamayuru Monastery ➜ Likir ➜ Sangam Viewpoint (Confluence of Zanskar and Indus Rivers) ➜ Spituk ➜ Magnetic Hill ➜ Leh ➜ Khardung La ➜ Nubra Valley ➜ Diskit ➜ Hunder ➜ Turtuk ➜ Lake Pangong Tso ➜ Chang La ➜ Hemis ➜ Thiksey ➜ Leh ➜ Fly from Leh to New Delhi
Old and New Delhi ➜ Jaipur ➜ Jodhpur ➜ Ranakpur ➜ Udaipur ➜ Sardargarh Heritage Palace Hotel ➜ Bundi ➜ Ranthambhore National Park ➜ Agra (Taj Mahal and Red Fort) ➜ New Delhi ➜ Fly to Goa ➜ New Delhi/ Mumbai
Old and New Delhi ➜ Agra ➜ Fatehpur Sikri ➜ Abhaneri Step-well ➜ Jaipur ➜ Varanasi (Ganges) & Sarnath – New Delhi
Old and New Delhi ➜ Udaipur ➜ Ranakpur ➜ Jodhpur ➜ Deogarh Palace Heritage Hotel ➜ Jaipur ➜ Ranthambore Tiger Reserve ➜ Agra ➜ Fatehpur Sikri ➜ Orchha ➜ Khajuraho ➜ Varanasi (Ganges) ➜ Chennai ➜ Kanchipuram ➜ Mamallapuram ➜ Tanjore (Thanjavur) ➜ Trichy ➜ Chettinad Region ➜ Madurai ➜ Munnar ➜ Thekkady (Periyar Tiger Reserve) ➜ Alleppey (Houseboat Kerala Backwaters) ➜ Kumarakom ➜ Mararikulam Beach ➜ Kochi ➜ Chennai/Mumbai
New Delhi ➜ Samode Village ➜ Jaipur ➜ Mandawa ➜ Khimsar ➜ Jodhpur ➜ Ranakpur ➜ Udaipur ➜ Bundi ➜ Ranthambhore National Park ➜ New Delhi
Chennai ➜ Kanchipuram ➜ Mahabalipuram (Mamallapuram) ➜ Pondicherry (Puducherry) ➜ Tanjore (Thanjavur) ➜ Trichy (Tiruchirapalli) ➜ Chettinad Region ➜ Madurai ➜ Munnar ➜ Thekkady (Periyar Tiger Reserve) ➜ Alleppey (Houseboat Kerala Backwaters) ➜ Kumarakom ➜ Mararikulam Beach ➜ Kochi ➜ Chennai
Kathmandu (Pashupatinath Temple, Boudhanath Stupa and Durbar Square) – Flight to Paro (Bhutan) – Thimphu – Punakha – Paro – Tiger’s Nest – Paro Festival – Flight to Kathmandu – Chitwan National Park – Kathmandu
New Delhi – flight to Bagdogra – drive to Darjeeling – Gangtok (Sikkim) – Pelling – Gorumara National Park – Thimphu (via Phuentsholing), capital of Bhutan – via Dochula Pass to Punakha – Paro (Tiger’s Nest) – flight to Kolkata (Calcutta) or New Delhi