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BHUTAN TRAVEL

Today, Bhutan, the land of the Thunder Dragon, is one of the most highly acclaimed travel destinations in the world. To the discerning international traveler, Bhutan has become an exotic and enticing final frontier. Bhutan’s present travel status comes as no surprise given that this tiny kingdom, the size of Switzerland, was sequestered from the world for centuries. Bhutan travel and tours are very popular, and Bhutan Travelers have much to offer with updated trekking, travel and tour packages to fully experience Bhutan.

Bhutan travel is one of high quality and truly an enriching experience. Bhutan trekking and tours are something everyone should experience at least once in their lives, and many of our clients have also come back. The door to this mythical Buddhist kingdom was opened only three decades ago. Come see, before it changes. 

THINGS TO DO

Whether you are a food lover or a trekker, a birder or an archaeology addict, We have all the trips available for you.  Search for the trip that match your particular interests. 

Trekking & hiking

The scope for trekking in Bhutan is enormous – from short three days to 31 days arduous trek, we have trekking itineraries to suite aptitudes of every trekkers.

Mountain biking & river rafting

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Bird watching, wildlife & nature

Bhutan has a lot to offer to the world.  Rich and pristine forests with an abundance of bird and animal lives make Bhutan a paradise for nature lovers.

Day hikes & excursion

Just imagine wandering through a wilderness with a diversity of flora and fauna that has led to Bhutan being declared one of 10 global hot spots for environmental conservation. 

Art, festival & culture 2020

Travel to Bhutan to gain insight on the unbelievably rich tradition, culture, unique dress codes and language makes Bhutan a unique country in Asia. Also check out 2020 Bhutan’s upcoming events.

NEWEST IN TRAVEL

Sinchula low-altitude winter trek

A newly discovered route which explores the wonders of the Bhutanese mountains and forest in the winter season . Read about the adventures behind the discovery of this trekking gem. 

Fixed Departure Tours

Discover exciting Bhutan Travelers’s  fixed departure tour for 2020 and enjoy the experiences you won’t get anywhere else.
 

1 - 14 NOVEMBER 2020

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1 - 8 march 2020

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15 oct - 06 nov 2020

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28 SEPT - 14 OCT 2020

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7 - 20 october 2020

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26 Oct - 08 NOV 2020

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essential tips & recommendations

These tips for traveling will have you saving time and money, stress, traveling better, getting off the beaten path more, meeting locals, and just being a better traveler.

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Best Time to Visit Bhutan

Bhutan’s road-less-traveled is eastern Bhutan. Simplicity of eastern Bhutanese people, rugged terrains, unexplored festivals and trek routes make eastern Bhutan most sought-after regions in Bhutan.  Semi-nomadic twin villages of Merak and Sakten, rich textile weaving cultures of Lhuntse, raw silk in Radhi villages and wood works of Trashiyangtse are worth exploring.

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Bhutan Visa

River rafting is becoming increasingly popular because of the many rivers in Bhutan, ranging from turbulent alpine rivulets to staid wide sub-tropical rivers. These adventures offer splendid views of fortresses and people going about their daily chores as towns and villages are all located alongside rivers. Grades range from the basic to beyond the most dangerous.

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How to Plan a Trip to Bhutan?

Man’s dress Gho and woman’s Kira is most fascinating dresses in Bhutan. Gho is a knee-length robe resembling a Scottish kilt.  Its tied at the waist by traditional belt made of cotton weave. Kira an ankle-length dress is wrapped and folded around the body and pinned at both shoulders, usually with silver brooches.  Its then tied at the waist with a long belt. Its worn with tego or the upper jacket.

Some unusual things to do in Bhutan

Try Ema Datse and Butter Tea

Chilli and cheese is the  must do ingredients and its found in every Bhutanese dishes.  A curry conjured up with Chilli and Cheese locally known as “ema datse” is worth tasting.  A red rice, dried beef and ema datse is the staple diet of Bhutanese.  Suja or the butter tea is one of the specialities in Bhutanese recipes.  Butter tea is served in all occasions with other traditional meals.  Traditional tea leaves is being boiled in a water, put in bamboo churner, a fresh cow or yak butter and salt are churned together.  It bears buttery salt taste.

Wearing Gho and Kira

Man’s dress Gho and woman’s Kira is most fascinating dresses in Bhutan.  Its similar but different than the ones worn by Tibetans.  Gho is a knee-length robe resembling a Scottish kilt.  Its tied at the waist by traditional belt made of cotton weave. Kira an ankle-length dress is a woven fabric.  The rectangular piece is wrapped and folded around the body and pinned at both shoulders, usually with silver brooches.  Its then tied at the waist with a long belt. Its worn with tego or the upper jacket.

Explore Craft and Weekend Market

Opposite to Taj Tashi is the long line of temporary huts made up of bamboo mats.  It should be interesting to check these hand craft stores as they sell genuine Bhutanese art works.  If it’s a weekend you can visit the vegetable market, which is locally known as centenary farmer’s market.  Locals as far as from Paro, Punakha and Wangdue come hear to sell their farm produce.  It offers wonderful opportunity for photography.  Crossing the bridge on other site is the place where they sell hand crafts and imported garments.

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Rafting In Bhutan

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  • TRIP GRADE: Easy
  • DISTANCE: 3-4 Hours
  • ALTITUDE: 1500m
  • ELEVATION GAIN: 100m

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$340USD

OVERVIEW

An adrenalin-pumping adventure in Phochu river in Punakha. One of the most appropriate ways to experience Bhutan is via rafting. Rafting is becoming increasingly popular because of the many rivers in Bhutan, ranging from turbulent alpine rivulets to staid wide sub-tropical rivers. These adventures offer splendid views of fortresses and people going about their daily chores as towns and villages are all located alongside rivers. Today’s tour starts from the suspension bridge at the north of Punakha valley. Traversing through the subtropical pine forests along the bank of Pochu River, amongst a traditional farmhouses is rejuvenating walk of your lifetime. After walking for more than two hours, you will be at the put-in where your rafting crew will be awaiting here for you. After a brief safety talk by your raft guide, we make maiden journey downstream the Phochu river along the valley encountered by occasional rapids and turbulence. You will have your hot lunch somewhere halfway near the sandy embankment. Continue rafting downstream and flowing past the formidable Punakha Dzong, you will end your adventure below the Dzong.

COST INCLUDE

  • English Speaking Guide
  • Permits & Entrance Fee
  • packed Lunch

COST EXCLUDE

  • Other Personal Bills