Beyond Bhutan

Explore the realms of heaven

Bangkok - Thimphu - Punakha - Paro

As your flight hovers towards Bhutan witness a hidden valley beneath you, framed serene forests and white washed peaks. At the heart of Himalayas, lies this little kingdom of happiness.
In this journey, step inside Bhutan’s beautiful lifeline and mini metropolis Thimphu, and set your eyes on its many monasteries, forts, museums and natural vistas. Wander in the quaint town of Punakha once the capital of the Wangchuk kings that still rule the country. Natural wonders and the incredible flora and fauna await you in the charming valley of Punakha. And finally take in the pristine wilderness of Paro where sits the magnificent Tiger Nest Monastery.
Embark on a spiritual journey and trekking in the dramatic terrain within this last Shangri-La.

Journey - 9 Nights

  • Day 01 - Arrive Bangkok
  • Day 02 - Fly Bangkok - Paro - Thimphu
  • Day 03 - Thimphu
  • Day 04 - Thimphu - Punakha
  • Day 05 - Punakha
  • Day 06 - Punakha
  • Day 07 - Punakha - Paro
  • Day 08 - Paro
  • Day 09 - Paro
  • Day 10 - Fly Paro - Kathmandu - Departure


  • Discover Bhutan’s colourful history and wealth of traditions while exploring the capital Thimphu.
  • Take a happiness lesson by an expert in Thimphu.
  • Explore the Buddha Dordenma, one of the world’s tallest Buddha statues.
  • Learn mindfulness and meditation from visiting monks.
  • Try the traditional and vibrant Bhutanese dress.
  • Enjoy a trekking experience amidst the Punakha valley.
  • Visit the many dzongs and monasteries sprinkled across Bhutan.
  • Hike to the mesmerising Tiger’s Nest monastery in Paro.
  • Learn Bhutan’s favourite sport - Archery
  • Savour a humble breakfast at a monastery
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    Dzongkha is the official language of the country. English is widely spoken as it is the medium of instruction in schools.

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