Even though a journey to Bhutan may seem too far to make at this point. It’s a dream for some. Especially as the pandemic makes us realize how valuable such travel journeys are for one’s personal growth.
Bhutan’s a committed nation to it’s natural well being. Something rare in these times. Not just that. Their culture comes from a deep sense of gratitude that is the ultimate signature of any transformative journey.
Furthermore, Bhutan’s Himalayan, weather dependent, air access makes you embody resilience during this adventure. As this Himalayan nation connects via air to Singapore, Bangkok, Nepal and India. It’s easy to incorporate this short itinerary, as an extension.
Via land – you could combine this adventure though the forests of Assam, north eastern India that has perhaps some of the richest ethnic diversity, rich wildlife and tea plantations.
Current Travel Policy
Bhutan’s current quarantine policy makes it prohibitive to visit. However, this is expected to change in the coming time as Bhutan has kept relatively isolated during the Pandemic.
Travelers arriving individually or as a group are met at the airport upon clearing immigration and customs. Follow the Paro valley on route to Punakha. Enjoy stops along this scenic drive and visit the ancient Punakha Dzong (monastery) after you arrive and settle into your hotel. Welcome to Bhutan!
Enjoy the morning on the river, white water rafting. Later follow your guide on a hiking adventure to connect to local people and habitat.
Depart for Paro after breakfast. Stop over at the nations capital Thimpu for some sight seeing before arriving in Paro.
Trek up to the famous Tigers Nest after an early breakfast. Soak in panoramic views that provide the perfect views and a moment for reflection.
You will be chauffeured back to the Paro International Airport shortly after breakfast.
Please note that all booking are subject to availably during the time of deposit.