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A Taste of Thimphu

Duration:

2 days / 1 night

Location:

Thimphu

Prices from:

£275 per person - Standard accommodation

Fluttering prayer flags, mystical forts and monasteries, heaps of chilli and cheese and rolling green valleys overlooked by giant mountains: welcome to the land of the thunder dragon. You'll be met by your guide and driver and transferred to Thimphu; the only Capital City without traffic lights.

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Winding Trails to Tiger’s Nest

Duration:

3 days / 2 nights

Location:

Paro Valley

Prices from:

£538 per person – Standard accommodation

Paro is a charming town, surrounded by sweeping hills and undulating valleys. After your first night you'll spend the following day making the strenuous hike to the famous Tiger's nest monastery and try your hand at a spot of archery.

Haa! A Hidden Shangri-la

Duration:

2 days / 1 night

Location:

Haa Valley

Prices from:

£265 per person - Simple accommodation

The Haa valley is the perfect spot to soak up the lush countryside and feeling of peace that Bhutan is known for. Walk through seas of purple primulas topped with colourful insects to the village of Haa. Stay in a locally owned guest-house and experience authentic Bhutanese life.

Warm Welcomes & the Mighty Dzong

Duration:

3 days / 2 nights

Location:

Punakha - Traditional B&B

Prices from:

£525 per person – Standard & Basic accommodation

Stroll through the emerald Punakha Valley past one of the most beautiful monastery fortresses in the country. Receive a blessing in the Temple of the Mad Monk then spend the second night at a traditional Bhutanese version of a B&B. Locally owned and run, this offers a glimpse into Bhutanese life.

Swooping Cranes in Sweeping Valleys

Duration:

2 days / 1 night

Location:

Phobjikha Valley

Prices from:

£265 per person – Standard accommodation

Visit one of the most beautiful valleys in the Himalayan region and spot the rare black neck crane on this bite-sized trip. When the morning mist slowly lifts from the valley and the sun glistens on the leaves, it feels like the most peaceful place on earth.

Uncover the Legends of Bumthang

Duration:

4 days / 3 nights

Location:

Bumthang Valley

Prices from:

£775 per person – Standard accommodation

Bumthang is the cultural and spiritual heartland of Bhutan and is well known for its colourful festivals during which religious dances are performed in elaborate, traditional dress. You’ll spend 4 days in the Bumthang region, uncovering the mysterious legends and holy temples of this sacred area.

Through the Foothills to India

Duration:

5 days / 4 nights

Location:

Mongar – Trashigang and Trashi Yangtze - Samdrup Jongkhar

Prices from:

£1,025 per person – Standard & Simple accommodation

Eastern Bhutan has plenty to offer those who manage to reach it. With fewer tourists than the West you can often feel like the only one visiting the remote Monasteries and Temples. See the stupa modelled on a carved radish, enjoy the hubbub of Bhutan’s second largest city then descend into India.

Footsteps through Forests & Mountains

Duration:

7 days / 6 nights

Location:

Sakteng (Chaling - Phongmay)

Prices from:

£1,998 per person - Basic accommodation

Get off the beaten path and explore the Sakteng Wildlife Sanctuary on this 7-day trek, through an unspoilt ecosystem – home to snow leopards, red pandas, Himalayan black bears, red fox and even the legendary Yeti.

Prayer Flags & Buddhist Monasteries To Tigers Nest

Duration:

2 days / 1 night

Location:

Paro - Bumdra Monastery - Tigers Nest

Prices from:

£265 per person - Basic accommodation

This trek is more like a hike, and you'll spend 2 days walking the area around Paro, through the vast valley, passing temples and monasteries – watching the sunset over the mountains of Haa. With views of a cliff-face pilgrimage site and Tiger's Nest itself.

Shimmering Lakes & Snowy Peaks

Duration:

6 days / 5 nights

Location:

Paro - Thimphu

Prices from:

£1,198 per person - Basic accommodation

Bhutan’s most popular trek, the Druk Path leads you along an ancient trading route, over mountains and through evergreen forests. You’ll start in the charming town of Paro and head to the valleys of Thimphu to witness the country’s unspoilt nature.

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