Discover Bhutan, the ‘Land of the Thunder Dragon’.

Our range of Bhutan cultural tours & treks will take you to a spectacular world of Himalayan mountains where magnificent fortresses command hilltops and colourful Buddhist prayer flags flutter around ancient monasteries.

Bhutan, is a destination like no other. Nestled in the Eastern Himalayas between India and Tibet, this secluded ancient kingdom cautiously opened its doors to tourism in 1974. Fortunately to this day, it has remained relatively isolated from western influences, enabling it to maintain its strong heritage rooted in Mahayana Buddhism.

With a number of international hotel companies now operating in Bhutan, there is a wide choice of accommodation options – from cosy Bhutanese guesthouses to luxurious resort style lodges. Our carefully selected accommodations take into account the best locations, service, ambience and cuisine.

Our Bhutan program includes cultural tours, festivals and trekking. We understand that every traveller is different, so we provide a broad range of travel options with something for everyone. You can select one of our many specially designed Bhutan tours on offer in our Bhutan e-brochure, or let our experienced Bhutan staff tailor make a trip to suit your specific interests and budget.

Bhutan Tours & Holidays

Monk culture in Bhutan

Cultural Tours

The mysterious mountain kingdom of Bhutan was isolated from the rest of the world until very recently, preserving its rich culture. It is a deeply devout country steeped in the ancient Buddhist traditions. It is evident in its numerous ancient monasteries and devout pilgrims…

Festival Tours

Tsechus (festivals) are one of the best ways to experience the ancient culture of Bhutan. A Tsechu is a Buddhist festival in honour of Guru Rimpoche, the saint who brought Buddhism to Bhutan. Masked dancers in elaborate costumes perform in a celebration of faith…

Tsechus festival in Bhutan
Trekkinng in Bhutan and Nepal


One of the best ways to experience the heart and soul of this unique destination is to incorporate a trek into your itinerary. A trek will not only bring you closer to Bhutan’s stunning wilderness of ancient forests and alpine meadows, but will also provide an opportunity to meet with local people…

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Bhutan FAQ

Bhutan is one of the most unique travel destinations on earth. Discover ancient Buddhist monasteries, temples, dzongs and chortens as well as local foods, traditions and dramatic scenery. Accommodation is of a high standard, and all tourism is highly regulated by the government.

Bhutan is a deeply devout Buddhist country and religion is part of everyday life from the ceremonies performed by red-robed monks in ancient monasteries to the prayer flags which flutter across hills and villages.

The best time to go is spring (Mar – May), to witness Bhutan in full bloom, and autumn (Sep – Nov), when there is very little rain and the skies are clear, offering the best mountain viewing. Winter (Dec – Mar) is the best time to view Black-necked Cranes at their winter home in the Phobjikha Valley

Combine a cultural tour with a trek, village walk or some other exciting outdoor adventure such as whitewater rafting. You can also combine Bhutan with a tour in neighbouring India.

Most of our tours include return airfares from Bangkok, Thailand to Paro in Bhutan. Alternatively, you can fly from Singapore, Nepal or various cities within India.