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Before booking your trip with any trekking and travel agency, it is quite important to know whether the company has
The fact that we are based in Bhutan gives us many advantages over a foreign-based company.
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The best seasons to visit Bhutan are during Spring (March, April & May) and Autumn (September, October & November). The major Bhutanese religious festivals are held during these seasons and find Spring and Autumn weather make it an ideal time for trekking in Bhutan and for traveling throughout the country enjoying great views of Himalayan mountains peaks.
Enjoy two intimate Tsechu experiences in the Bumthang Valley, the Nimalung and Kurjey festivals Bhutan’s spiritual heartland. Villagers gather to witness colorful
The rugged, mountainous landscape of Bhutan lends itself well to both on-road or off-road mountain biking and the sport is seeing increasing
Bhutan has many activities available for those visitors seeking a place of solace, rest and recuperation. Whether it’s a session of peaceful,
Bhutan provides a stunning array of photographic opportunities- mountainous landscapes, ancient temples and monasteries, lively, colorful festivals, a timeless Buddhist culture, and
The Annual Black-necked Crane festival is celebrated in the courtyard of Gangtey Gonpa, in Phobjikha valley. The festival is an occasion for
Walk With The Natives cultural tour is ideal for those who want to discover the true Bhutan. This ultimate tour explores the
This tour will take you to the extreme east of the country driving through six districts and six passes. Some of the
Experience the rich culture and unique lifestyle of Bhutan and its people. Visit the beautiful townships of Paro, Thimphu, and Punakha. Witness
Jomolhari Trek is longer than the Jomolhari Loop – the most popular trekking routes in Bhutan.