Bhutan Tourism Packages

Bhutan Cultural Tours

Bhutan is a small nation in terms of both size and population. However, we are a nation of 18 ethnicities and languages. Culture and tradition has been a cornerstone of Bhutan’s civilizational progress. Cultural tour facilitates you to see and experience Bhutan’s past and present. You will see t...

Feel the west in 5 days

Five days would take our guests exploring western Bhutan – Paro, Thimphu and Haa. Weeping willows along river sides is a common sight in all three regions, and they are river valley settlements. Our first day in Paro would take us to Drukgyel Dzong (a ruined fortress). From this point, one can...

Beyond west in 8 days

We’ll go beyond west to central Bhutan- Punakha. After the visits to various tourist sites in Haa, Thimphu and Paro in the first five days, our tour heads toward Punakha, during the final days (The tour destinations in Haa Paro and Thimphu remain same as of five days’ tour). Punakha is known for...

Across Cultures in 10 Days

This is going to be a real cultural expedition across numerous cultures that is there to explore. This tour would lead our guests till the central east part of the country- Trongsa. The first expedition would begin from Drukgyel Dzong in Paro, followed by Taktshang monastery and Ta Dzong, and of cou...

Off to the elevations in 14 Days

Tour in the Himalayan kingdom would be through various elevations and summits, the highest summit being Thrumsingla, 3750 metres above the sea level. Till the 10th day, the destinations remain same as in 10 days’tour. Then after, the tour heads to Bumthang, the land of sacred temples and monasteri...

Bhutan Festival Tours

Our updated range of Bhutan festival tours consists of 13 packages that offer marvelous insight of the real Bhutan available for 2016 and 2017.  Festivals in Bhutan have deep religious and spiritual significance. The country is considered the last bastion of Tantric Mahayana Buddhism. Therefore, ce...

Thimphu Tshechu

Capital Thimphu comes to a standstill during the three-day Thimphu Tshechu. The otherwise busy main street, Norzin Lam, remains closed to traffic and makeshift tents are erected to serve as shops. The whole city erupts during these annual holidays. It is one of the biggest festivals in the country. ...

Paro Tsechu

Paro tshechu (five days) falls somewhere around the month of April, and is celebrated in honor of Guru Rinpoche. ...

Punakha Festival

Right after the five-day Punakha Drubchen begins the three-day Punakha Tsechu. This is one of the newest festivals in Bhutan. In all the other 19 districts in the country, the Tshechu (literally meaning the 10th day) is the biggest festival. Different places observe the festival in different months ...

Talo Festival

The community of Talo in Punakha observes the three-day Talo festival with great pomp and show. Talo is a small community in Punakha very popular for being the seat of one of the reincarnations of Zhabdrung Ngawang Namgyel, who came to Bhutan in the 17th century and unified the country for the first...

Jakar Festival

The Jakar Tshechu is held at the Jakar Dzong overlooking the beautiful Chamkhar town in Bumthang. The three-day festival is a popular festival among tourists and locals alike. Several mask dances and traditional songs and dances are performed during the festival. Locals attend the festival dressed i...

Jambay Lhakhang Drub

The Jambay Lhakhang Drub is a festival like no other. It is popularly known as the Naked Dance Festival because the highlight of this festival is a Naked Dance performed by completely naked male dancers. The dancers brave the below zero freezing temperature and swirl and jump to perform the traditio...

Haa Summer Festival

The Haa Summer Festival is a wonderful opportunity for tourists to experience a mini-Bhutan festival where the highlander nomadic lifestyle is showcased, the culture and tradition is at display, and the local cuisine is at its best. There is an alpine flower exhibition and the exclusive exhibition o...

Black Necked Crane Festival

The Black Necked Crane festival celebrates the migratory endangered bird that flies over the great Himalayan mountain ranges from Tibet every winter to its roosting ground in Bhutan. In Bhutan, the birds are seen in noticeable numbers in Bumdelling in Trashiyangtse in eastern Bhutan and in Phobjikha...

Dochula Pass Festival

The Dochula Druk Wangyel Festival is a new and a unique festival in Bhutan. It was started in 2011 to commemorate the victory of the Bhutanese armed forced over the Indian insurgent groups in 2003. The groups had forcefully occupied some parts of the country and it ultimately required the fourth kin...

Trongsa Festival

Trongsa boasts of having the biggest dzong (fortress) in the country. It is at this fortress that the three-day annual festival is hosted. It is the biggest festival in the district. The festival is in December and the highlight of the festival is the unfurling of the sacred Thongdrol (a large tapes...

Punakha Drubchen

Among the many festivals in Bhutan, the five-day Punakha Drubchen is a unique one celebrating the historical account of bravery of Zhabdrung Ngawang Namgyel in the 17th century, which played a crucial role in consolidating Bhutan as a nation state. In the 17th century, there were several Tibetan inv...

Gomphukora Festival

The Gomphu Kora Festival in Trashiyangtse in eastern Bhutan has its origin dating back to the 8th century. It is said that an evil spirit fled Tibet and hid inside a rock, which still stands today. Guru Rinpoche followed the spirit and meditated at the rock for three days finally subduing the evil. ...

Chorten Kora Festival

The Chorten Kora Festival in Trashiyangtse in eastern Bhutan is held at the 18th century stupa called Chorten Kora Temple modeled after the famous Boudanath in Kathmandu in Nepal. It is said that the temple was built at the site to ease the trouble for locals to travel all the way to Nepal on pilgri...

Bhutan Trekking Tours

Trekking in Bhutan let you travel to Druk Path Trek, Soi Yaksha Trek, and other 5 spot that includes village and mountain – an adventurous tour. Bhutan is a mountainous country. Other than a few urban settlements, most people live in villages that are separated by mountains, hills and valleys. The...

Druk Path Trek

The six-day Druk path trek is the most popular of all treks in Bhutan. You begin your trek in Paro and your trek through amazing Himalayan landscape through sub alpine vegetation between 2,400 to 4,200 meters. You will also have a glimpse of the towering Mount GangkarPuensum, which is the highest un...

Soi Yaksha Trek in Bhutan

Soi Yaksha Trek is a lovely and adventurous trek in Bhutan. This trip will take you from beautiful landscapes of Bhutan. This trek begins from Druggyel Dzong in Paro and you trek till the Jangothang base camp at the base of Mount Jomolhari. Then you trek back to Paro to end the trek. The trek route ...

Jumolhari Round Trek

The trek to the base of Mount Jomolhari is one of the most popular treks in Bhutan. This trek offers you a vintage of sights to Bhutan’s sub-alpine vegetation and takes you through rhododendron and fir forests and you often sight rare animals. The highlight of the trek is the base camp at Mount Jo...

Laya Gasa Trek

The Laya-Gasa Trek is designed for you if you love glacial lakes, hot springs and nomadic lifestyle of highlander communities. Laya and Lunana are two of the most popular highlander communities in Gasa. On this trek, you will get to witness two famous festivals of Auwlay(spring) and Bongku(autumn)....

Bumthang Cultural Trek

Bumthang has four valleys all lying adjacent to each other and it is considered to be the most beautiful place in the entire kingdom. The Bumthang Cultural Trek is an ideal sojourn in the beautiful valleys of Bumthang. It is a fairly easy three-day trek entirely in Bumthang. It is designed for you i...

Gasa Hot Spring Trek

The district of Gasa lies in north west of Bhutan. It is one of the most remote districts of Bhutan and is home to nomadic highlanders whose culture, tradition and way of life is still very distinct and unique even to other Bhutanese people. Gasa is also home of several hot springs, which are known ...

Dagala Thousand Lakes Trek

Check out latest Dagala Thousand Lakes Trek details from itinerary to price details. This is a moderate trek consist of 6 days trip. This six-day trek begins from Genekha village in remote Thimphu and ends at Chamgang in Thimphu. As the name suggests, this trek celebrates the crystal clear high alti...

Snowman Treks Bhutan

This Trek is not for amateurs. This trek is considered by many to be one of the most difficult treks in the whole world. As such, only veteran trekkers are recommended for this trek. There are two versions for the trek, the Snowmen Trek I and the Snowmen Trek II. The Snowmen Trek is the extension of...

Bird Watching Tours in Bhutan

This well known Bird Watching Tours in Bhutan will provide you an opportunity to watch 8,399 birds. Find the itinerary, best time to watch and package details. There are nearly about 675 species of birds that you can see only in Bhutan including White Bellied Heron, Grey Bellied Tragopan, Rumped Hon...

Bhutan Cycling Tours

Our customized Bhutan cycling tours range from 8 to 13 days that let you to see the country – this tour is available for 2016 & 2017. The Raven Bicycling Tour is one of our newest tour programs. The tour offers our guests to experience Bhutan on the wheels at the pace they want instead of ...

Biking in Thunder Dragon

Biking in the thunder dragon is going to be a thunder some experience with your bike ascending and descending all along the tortuous hilly roads and passes and at times giving you a really heavenly feeling as you relish in the clean and clear atmosphere at halts accompanied by hot stone baths that w...

Bhutan Westerly Ride

Explore Western Bhutan to its fullest as you ride from urban to the villages admiring the rhododendrons blooming along the way, feeling the chill of the cool snowy mountain air, submerging your pain away in a hot stone bath accompanied by pegs of locally brewed wine, witnessing Bhutan of the past in...

Biking in Bhutan

After an apprehensive breathtaking landing experience, immediate ride to the capital city from the airport would certainly leave you gaping for your breath as the river valley air fillls your soul as you ride along, taking you to the zenith of satisfaction. Your eagerness and curiosity is doubled as...

Bhutan Honeymoon Tour Packages - Book Honeymoon Holiday

Book your Honeymoon tour packages from renowned tour operator in Bhutan – Call us to get best price and deals for 2017 trip. After tying the knot, a couple thinks of doing something that will be a good beginning to their indefinite togetherness. Most importantly, the couple wants to feel that ...

Honeymoon to Bhutan

At Raven Tours, we pride ourselves in organizing niche and special packages for our clients. And what could be more challenging (and also fulfilling for us) than organizing marriage tours in Bhutan. When it comes to organizing marriage tours in Bhutan, we stand to break all rules and all exceptions,...

Bhutan Motorbike Tours

The Raven Bhutan Motorcycle Tour is an adventure trip that is full of fun of riding Royal Enfield Bullet motorbike – itinerary for 2016 & 2017. Looking for adventure? Here you go. The Raven Motorbike Tour is designed for our guests who are adventurous and looking for adventure in Bhutan. O...

Ride Across Bhutan

The long meandering and snaking motor roads in Bhutan, some of which are over the clouds, makes it an extremely unique experience to tour the country on motorbikes. The fresh virgin Himalayan air, the breathtaking scenery, the amazing lifestyle and culture, and meeting the local people in person mak...

Across the Himalayas

Crossing international boundaries on motorbikes is an amazing experience. It is an experience that is difficult to describe and you have to be there yourself to understand it. This route begins from the hills of Darjeeling in India. You ride through to Gangtok in Sikkim and then to Phuentsholing the...

Explore the Dragon

Exploring Bhutan on motorbikes entails challenging yourself to brave the odds because Bhutan offers you breathtaking landscape and awe-inspiring change in elevations within a ride of just a few kilometers. This route begins in Paro in western Bhutan with a simple ride to capital Thimphu. The real jo...

Bhutan Rhododendron Tours

Rhododendron is a celebrated flower in Bhutan. It is a symbol of beauty and purity. Romantic songs compare a woman’s beauty to this exquisite alpine flower. Bhutan has about 50 species of rhododendrons of about 1000 species said to be in the world. The rhododendrons are usually found at altitudes ...

Rhododendron Tours

Of the species in Bhutan, six are endemic to Bhutan – Rhododendron pogonophyllum, Rhododendron bhutanense, Rhododendron flinckii, Rhododendron khochiivar, Rhododendron hodgsonii and Rhododendron kesangiae, named after the Great Royal Gand mother Ashi Kesang Choden Wangchuck. Rhododendron kesangiae...

Bhutan Photography Tours

We have 5 to 14 days of Bhutan Photography Tour that will let you explore Bhutan’s beautiful landscapes, local people, village and many more. Visiting and feeling Bhutan is definitely a joy. But capturing what you see by your camera lens will give you extra joy as pictures stay with you even t...

Bhutan Butterfly Tours

Bhutan has a very rich natural biodiversity and it is a delight for butterfly enthusiasts. Despite being a small country the size of Singapore, Bhutan has about 900 species of butterfly and moth species. It is a huge number given the fact that the whole of North America has 679 species and Europe ha...

Exclusive Himalayan Fly Fishing Tours

Bhutan has a very rich fresh water river system. Most of the rivers are fed by glacier melt water from the Himalayas. The Bhutanese economy is greatly depended on the natural river system, which feeds some major hydropower projects and hydropower is the single largest sector bringing the highest rev...

Low Carbon Package

At Raven Bhutan, we believe in practicing sustainable tourism. We believe in giving back to the society and we believe in conserving the environment to be an important tool in being a responsible service provider. As such, we are happy to offer you a low carbon package. The special features of this ...

GNH Tours

Bhutan is the country that gave the world the development philosophy of Gross National Happiness (GNH). It has always advocated for a society where progress and development could be measured through collective happiness of the people and not merely through materialistic pursuit of wealth and what it...

Bhutan Family Tours

Check out the Bhutan Family exclusive packages with available deals for 2016 & 2017. Book this summer Holiday in Bhutan at best deals. Bhutan is an ideal destination for family tours. Bhutan is one of the safest countries in the world with a relatively low crime rate and it is also one of the mo...