Bhutan is one of the most exotic travel destinations in the world and the government is pursuing a policy of ‘High Value, Low Volume’ quality tourism to protect the country’s natural beauty and cultural heritage.
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Our popular Bhutan Cultural tour packages cover the valleys of Thimphu, Paro, Punakha, Wangduephodrang, Gangtey Phobjikha
Bhutan is a land where it has deeply rooted Buddhist values and beliefs. The people of Bhutan have been practicing the religious ceremonies in their initial form.
Trekking in Bhutan offers you one of the most unique and exotic trekking routes and experiences. This by far will be the most beautiful time.
The river courses available in Bhutan offer something for all visitors, regardless of experience: There are easy routes for beginners and hair-raising runs for the veterans.
Pilgrimage in Bhutan is for all truth seekers who wish to immerse themselves in the spiritual atmosphere of Bhutan. Bhutan is known for being the last Vajrayana country in the world where the masters of the lineage lived.
Sandwiched between Tibet in the north and India in the three sides; and popularly known as the ‘Land of the Thunder Dragon’ and the ‘Last Shangri-La’, the state of Bhutan offers a mesmerizing and unspoiled.
Unlike the other Himalayas nation, largely conservation efforts of this vegetation and religious belief of non-violence to an extent of looking upon as a means of reverence and divine manifestation contribute to their growth.
Bhutan is made up of 20 districts known as Dzongkhags which literally translates as regions or settlements around the Dzong(Monastic Fortress). The Dzong was the epicenters around which the communities developed and flourished.
Truly Bhutan offers an online portal specifically designed to simplify the search for desirable accommodations in Bhutan at the most competitive price. You can reserve a room in any resort in Bhutan through us from the comfort of your own home.
Our travel blog features highlights from around Bhutan with a focus on Sustainable & Community Tourism, Destinations, Cuisine, Living culture, and Traditions of the Nation that the Bhutanese take pride in it
The Kingdom of Bhutan today reopens its borders to international guests following the COVID-19 pandemic.
A total of 120 foreigners and 67 Bhutanese guests arrived at Paro International Airport today, on flights from Kathmandu, Delhi, Bangkok, and Calcutta.
I have had the privilege to visit Bhutanese houses; both modern-day flats displaying several characteristics of development and huts where families live in just two rooms.
Health-conscious people in urban Bhutan begin their day jogging for a few kilometers every day. Those inclined to the Divine begin their day with prayers.