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Sustainable travel in Bhutan

flags and rocks

During your Bhutan holiday, you’ll get the opportunity to experience genuine and meaningful interactions with the Bhutanese people. You’ll find that Bhutan has some of the most beautiful landscapes in the Himalayas, from the mountain peaks surrounding the Tiger’s Nest Monastery to the sweeping Phobjikha Valley – and we want to keep it that way.

Kate having an archery lesson

Our trips

We try to ensure that our bite-sized trips include rewarding experiences that make good things happen for you and the places you visit. Whether it’s spending the night in a family-run homestay or learning the art archery from a local craftsman. Not only does this give you a completely authentic experience of Bhutanese life, but you’ll also be doing your bit to support local people and communities too.

Our accommodation

We think it’s important that where you lay your head is just as authentic as everything else you experience in Bhutan. That’s why we opt for small-scale, locally-owned accommodation, full of local flavour and charm. From mountainside homestays to cosy wooden lodges, take a look at our accommodation options.

Kate with a masked local

Meet our Bhutan travel specialists

Our Bhutan travel specialists know and love all things Bhutan. They’ve eaten the food, hiked the trails, experienced local hospitality and had some memorable experiences along the way. Find out more about their travels and tips for getting the most out of your time in Bhutan.

Our local partners

We work with a local partner in Bhutan who cares just as much about making good things happen as we do. Our Product Manager regularly discusses responsible travel options with our Bhutanese partners; investigating ways to improve the experiences that we offer.

We also work with English-speaking Bhutanese guides and drivers for all of our excursions. This means you’ll have the advantage of your guide’s local knowledge – including their favourite restaurants and drinking holes.

people sat by tigers nest