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Build your own Bhutan trip

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Bhutan experiences tailored to you

  • Personalised travel advice

  • In-destination support

  • ABTOT & ATOL financial protection

Hidden behind snowy Himalayan peaks and sandwiched between the giants of India and China is one of the world’s best-kept secrets: Bhutan. From incense-filled monasteries and soaring mountains to swooping cranes and colourful festivals, get ready to be surprised and amazed by the magic and mysticism of this truly unique gem.

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Bite-sized trips, itineraries or tailor-made trips

Using a selection of our exciting bite-sized trips, we have created a range of ready-made itineraries to get you up close to the real essence of Bhutan. Our bite-sized trips include transport, accommodation, and experiences and are typically 2-5 days in length. Choose from our bite-sized trips to create your own bespoke itinerary through Bhutan or book one of our ready-made itineraries put together by our destination specialists. 

We can advise you on the best routes, places to stay and local recommendations. Get in touch with our team to start planning your dream Bhutan holiday.

A peek at our Bhutan experiences

Here are some of our favourite spots in Bhutan! Pick from our bite-sized trips for a Bhutan holiday that is uniquely yours or choose one of our ready-made itineraries.

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Bite-sized trip

A Taste of Thimphu

  • Thimphu
  • 2 days / 1 night
  • from £ 274.- per person (excluding flights)
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India, Bhutan & Nepal: Journey through the Himalayas

  • Delhi - Jaipur - Agra - Varanasi - Lumbini - Chitwan - Pokhara - Kathmandu - Thimphu - Punakha - Chimi Lhakhang - Phobijkha Valley - Paro - Neydo Monastery
  • 23 days / 22 nights (flexible)
  • from £5,595 per person (excluding flights)
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Journey through Snowy Peaks and Mountain Monasteries

  • Thimphu - Phobjikha - Bumthang - Merak Sakteng Trek - Trashigang - Samdrup Jonkhar - Guwahati Airport
  • 14 days / 13 nights (flexible)
  • from £ 3,475.- per person (excluding flights)
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Bite-sized trip

Warm Welcomes & the Mighty Dzong

  • Punakha - Traditional B&B
  • 3 days / 2 nights (flexible)
  • from £ 429.- per person (excluding flights)
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Bite-sized trip

Swooping Cranes in Sweeping Valleys

  • Phobjikha Valley
  • 2 days / 1 night (flexible)
  • from £ 274.- per person (excluding flights)
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From East to West Bhutan

  • Darjeeling - Paro - Bumthang - Phobjikha - Punakha - Thimphu
  • 12 days / 11 nights (flexible)
  • from £ 3,099.- per person (excluding flights)
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Speak to our Bhutan specialist, David

“Bhutan felt like a fairy-tale to me; a land where the locals wear traditional dress and archery is practiced against a backdrop of green valleys and blue skies. Visit this country, and you’ll soon believe in legends.”

Travel Specialist David
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Why book with Rickshaw Travel

  • Peace of mind

  • Knowledgeable Travel Specialists

  • Responsible travel

Peace of mind

Book with confidence, knowing that our holidays are ABTOT protected. And for added peace of mind, we can arrange your ATOL protected flights too. Booking everything under one roof means we can take care of any flight changes and tweak your itinerary, so you don’t need to worry.

Knowledgeable Travel Specialists

Our knowledgeable Travel Specialists will help you piece together your independent and stress-free Bhutan holiday. They’ll take the hassle away by personalising a unique itinerary that ticks all of your boxes. You’ll even have 24/7 support from our local partners while you’re away.

Responsible travel

Our holidays are designed to make good things happen, for you and the places you visit. We believe that tourism can be a force for good, so we strive to preserve and support local communities wherever we go. In Bhutan, you’ll stay in locally-run accommodation and get close to the culture, nature, and the people that make the country what it is. Whether it’s staying with a local family in Haa Valley or learning a bit of archery with your local guide.

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More Bhutan information and inspiration

Keen to find out more about travelling to Bhutan? Our travel blog has lots of helpful tips to inspire you for your trip. Check out some of our blogs below to get started. 

Rickshaw brings you closer

Bhutan is a unique, relatively unexplored gem of Asia. With breath-taking landscapes and off the beaten path experiences to be had during your time there, whether you are hiking in the foothills or sampling the local cuisine.

Our Travel Specialists are passionate about helping you plan a memorable and meaningful trip to Bhutan. They can share their own experiences and top tips to ensure you have a holiday that you won’t forget in a hurry. Head over to our inspiration page to get started. 

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Travel with impact

Getting up close to the real country and experiencing its culture in an authentic way is what drives us. To do this, we work with small-scale hotels and guesthouses in Bhutan and use local guides to show you the country at its best! Our goal? That you make an unforgettable journey. We ensure that this journey is as sustainable, meaningful, and responsible as possible.

Practical information about Bhutan

You’ve booked your trip to Bhutan, exciting! But don’t forget the practical stuff too. To make it easier, we have put together some advice that will help you before and during your trip. Then you can focus on the exciting bit. Get the low down on all you need to know from visas, passport info and money matters to the best time to travel to Bhutan.

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Other destinations in Asia

Visit other countries in Asia with Rickshaw Travel, we travel to: Borneo, Cambodia, China, India, Indonesia, Japan, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Thailand, and Vietnam.