BhutanLand of the Thunder Dragon

Let us be your key to unlock the Kingdom of Bhutan, a magical country where mountains are covered with evergreen forests, glacial rivers slide down the valleys, Buddhist traditions and reverence for nature are profoundly connected.

The country holds many luxury hotels, guesthouses and retreats, but what makes Bhutan holidays exquisite are the Bhutanese people. Warm, welcoming and happy, no wonder the country ranks number one in the world for Gross National Happiness!

A luxurious vacation on the plains of Bhutan will give you an opportunity to know more about age-old traditions through medieval monasteries. + Read More

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Timeless Moments

It’s Written in the Stars - Astrology reading


It’s Written in the Stars - Astrology reading

Archery Session


Time to Pull some Strings - Archery Session


Climb for a 360° Panoramic View

Climb for a 360° Panoramic View


Immerse Yourself in Serenity - Bhutanese Hot-Stone Bath

Bhutanese Hot-Stone Bath
Ride the Rapids


Ride the Rapids - White Water Rafting

Hiking Trail


Navigate New Routes - Hiking Trail


Experience the Grandeur of Bhutan

Mountains, Mystery, Magic and Monasteries – the Himalayan kingdom of Bhutan is a cultural treasure box. Simple yet mesmerising, it is a land that touches your soul with its natural beauty and a happiness vibe that can mend broken hearts and bring peace.

It is a country, where the government’s decision making process and measures of success is based on the happiness of its people. Vast expanses of solitude, immersive experiences and a culture of humility, take a journey to Bhutan to discover why this kingdom has inspired such joy from its locals.

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Frequently Asked Ques.?

from October to December

Dzongkha is the official language of the country. English is widely spoken as it is the medium of instruction in schools.

- The History of Bhutan | Karma Phuntsho
- Buttertea at Sunrise: a Year in the Bhutan Himalaya | Britta Das
- Treasures of the Thunder Dragon: a Portrait of Bhutan | Ashi Dori Wangmo
- Beyond the Sky and Earth | Jamie Zeppa
- The Blessing of Bhutan | Russ Carpenter
- Seeing with the Third Eye: Growing up with Angay in Rural Bhutan | T. Sangay Wangchuk

Except for Indians, Bangladeshis, and Maldivians, all other nationalities require a visa to enter Bhutan

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