Bhutan Tour

Bhutan with its pristine surroundings is one of the most enchanting places in the Eastern Himalayas. It has the most lovely rugged mountains to the breathtaking landscapes. You can enter the town through road and airways. International flights operate on this tour. The official airport is the Paro airport. There are many hotels, guest houses and lodges available around the city. In the city of Thimphu you get to see the amazing collections of the Buddhist manuscripts in the National Library, the Paper factory, National handicraft emporium and the very interesting Folk and Heritage museum depicting the life of the farmers of Bhutan in ancient times. You can have a lifetime experience trekking at Punakha valley and Dochula Pass crossing various villages in scenic locations and walking past the rivers.
Since 7th century, the historical records of Bhutan began with the entrance of Buddhism, when monasteries were established by the Guru Rinpoche (Padmasambhava) after visiting Bhutan. The prehistory of this kingdom is not much known. It is said that the first human was appeared after the Ice Age.

    What Attracts People to Bhutan?

    Tourists from all over the world are attracted to Bhutan for the following reasons:

  • 1.Bhutan’s Culture

  • 2.Spirituality & Wellness

  • 3.Opportunity for Adventure

  • 4.Trekking

  • 5.Fascinating Festivals

  • 6.Untouched Nature

Accross the Kingdom Tour

Eastern Himalayan Cultural Tour

Glimpses Of

    Popular Cities of Bhutan

  • Thimphu: The capital of Bhutan
  • Mongar: East Bhutan’s largest town
  • Punakha: Former capital of Bhutan in winter
  • Paro: Houses Taktsang Monastery and the international airport
  • Jakar (Bumthang): The birthplace of Buddhism in Bhutan. It is also known as an administrative town.
  • Trashigang: Beautiful administrative town of east Bhutan
  • Phuentsholing: Access point for visitors from West Bengal. Bordering town of India.
  • Samdrup Jongkhar: Access point of travelers from Assam. Administrative town of southeast Bhutan.
  • Trongsa: Small administrative town. The town is famous for its dzong and the Tower of Trongsa

    Wildlife of Bhutan

    Bhutan is known for its exotic wildlife. Following are some of the well-known National Parks and Wildlife Sanctuaries that make major tourist attractions.

  • Jigme Singye Wangchuck National Park

  • Jigme Dorji National Park

  • Thrumshingla National Park

  • Royal Manas National Park

  • Bomdeling Wildlife Sanctuary

  • Phibsoo Wildlife Sanctuary

  • Sakteng Wildlife Sanctuary

  • Khaling Wildlife Sanctuary

  • Toorsa Strict Nature Reserve

Bhutan Trekking Tours


Chomolhari Trek

Best Time To Visit:June To September


Laya and Lingshi Trek

Best Time To Trek: April To November


Gangtey Trek

Best Time To Visit:March To July


Dagala Thousand Lakes Trek

Best Time To Visit : May To October


Bumthang Cultural Trek

Best Time To Visit : Throughout the Year


Snowman Trekking

Best Time To Visit : Mid-May to Mid-October


Punakha Winter Trek

Best Time To Visit:Mid- February To May

14 Days

Spiti: Drive-Cum-Trek

Best Time To Visit :April To November

4 Days