Tourist attractions in Bhutan

Black Necked Cranes

Bhutan is a home to two winter roosting grounds of the rare bird species called the Black-necked Crane – one in Phobjikha in Wangduephodrang in the west and the other in Trashiyangtese in the east of the country. The birds are believed to be migrating…

Temples and Monasteries

Fortresses, monasteries and temples are a real relic of Bhutan and her people. These structures actually display the true attributes of a Buddhist nation. Wherever you go you will find a lot of monasteries and temples, and a fortress each in every district. They are…

Bike Rides

We bet that experiencing a motorcycle and bicycle riding in Bhutan will be a completely different adventure. Many tourists who took such trips shared no regret. The roads are narrow and bumpy, especially those cycling, one moment you would be riding downhill and almost immediately…

Rafting and Kayaking

Rafting and kayaking in Bhutanese rivers are challenging and mind-blowing. The rivers are most of the time harsh and run in deep narrow valleys. Not many rivers are suitable for this sport. Punatshangchu river in the West of Bhutan is one of the ideal sites…

Scenic Beauty

More than 72 percent of Bhutan’s geographical area is under forest cover. Much of the country looks like a carefully planned and maintained parks. However, they are natural. It is interesting that the country’s constitution mandates that the country should have at least 60 percent…

Farm House Visit

Bhutan is a nation with a strong sense of community amid communal cultural diversity. More than 65 percent of the population lives in the villages. The urban settlement, though increasing, is a recent phenomenon. To feel and see the real Bhutan, one must visit fast…

Archery Match

Archery is the national sport of Bhutan. You will see archery matches going on almost at all places you visit. The traditional archery elements (bows and arrows) are made of hard bamboo. Now the sport is being played on imported hunting bows and arrows. However,…

Festivals

Festivals are special occasions for the people of Bhutan. The festivals are held everywhere in the country on different dates and varying scales. However, the most common of all festivals is their spiritual and cultural significance. Different mask dances are performed at the festivals. Some…

Hikes and Trekking

Trekking the hills, valleys and mountains of Bhutan is a real adventure and fun at the same time. While trekking, you become a part of vast expanse of lush green valleys, gently rising hills adorned with prayers flags, mountains piercing into the sky. And you…

Camping

Our experience as a professional tour operator for more than a decade has taught us that most guests come to Bhutan to experience it the way it actually is, not in the touristic hotels that are made artificially beautiful for the purpose. We therefore, arrange…

GNH Talk

Bhutan measures the well being of her people through the lens of happiness they experience. Thus the Gross National Happiness (GNH) is the development philosophy of the country. Bhutan’s economic development pursuit is based on the principles of GNH which has four pillars: 1) Equitable…