Enjoy the festivities of the unique Black Necked Crane Festival in the stunning Phobjikha Valley.
The centerpiece of this communion with nature is time spent exploring the high altitude lakes overflowing with trout and mystical history.
This route is also famous for its spectacular rhododendron forests and wonderful high altitude lakes teeming with fish.
Witness the celebration of traditional Bhutanese culture and faith and Druk Wangyel Festival (Tsechu), held in at Dochula Pass.
Enter Bhutan from the Indian state of Western Bengal via the southern overland gateway of Phuentsholing.
The ‘Glimpse of Bhutan’ cultural tour explores all of the highlights of Bhutan’s western valleys, and is ideal for those with a limited time frame.
This tour offers a rare opportunity to savour the different customs and cultures of the western and central valleys of Bhutan at a leisurely pace.
Trek with an exquisitely themed two-day event celebrated at the base of Mt. Jomolhari.
It is a difficult route attaining a maximum altitude of 15,114 ft, and requires trekkers to have very good physical fitness.
Numerous isolated dzongs and scattered settlements, including the extraordinary village of Laya, and Gasa.