The Tales of Bhutan

A land of secrets and myths

Bangkok - Thimphu - Punakha - Gangtey - Bumthang - Paro

Nestled in the Eastern region of the Himalayas, Bhutan is a small country, roughly the size of Switzerland and fondly referred to as Druk Yul (Land of the Thunder Dragon) by the Bhutanese.
Bhutan has remained a country where age-old customs and traditions are still part of everyday lives of the people, even while modernisation, development and the strains of global influence are felt more and more. The modern world is welcome, as long as it does not ruin the unique cultural traditions which are the soul of the country.
Here’s what awaits you! The sleepy town of Paro sprinkled with traditional houses, the buzzing capital of Thimpu adorned with vibrant handicraft shops, the jaw dropping natural beauty of Punakha, the religious heartland of Bumthang and the sacred site of Paro home to the iconic Tiger’s Nest Monastery.
Bhutan is sure to please you with its spectacular scenery, evocative stories, smiling faces and tranquil vibe.

Journey - 12 Nights

  • Day 01 - Arrive Bangkok
  • Day 02 - Fly Bangkok - Paro - Thimphu
  • Day 03 - Thimphu
  • Day 04 - Thimphu - Punakha
  • Day 05 - Punakha
  • Day 06 - Punakha - Gangtey
  • Day 07 - Gangtey
  • Day 08 - Gangtey - Bumthang
  • Day 09 - Bumthang
  • Day 10 - Fly Bumthang - Paro
  • Day 11 - Paro
  • Day 12 - Paro
  • Day 13 - Fly Paro - Bangkok - Departure


  • Witness the main cultural highlights of Bhutan.
  • Enjoy short and gentle countryside walks.
  • Learn Bhutan’s favourite sport - Archery.
  • Take the panoramic Gangtey 360° hike.
  • Explore the spiritual heartland of Bumthang valley.
  • Try the traditional and vibrant Bhutanese dress.
  • Visit the many dzongs and monasteries sprinkled across Bhutan.
  • Hike to the mesmerising Tiger’s Nest monastery in Paro.
The Tales of Bhutan


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  • Between February to May and September to November is the best time to visit Bhutan

    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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