The Best of Bhutan with Domestic Flight

Start: Paro Finish: Paro

Visiting: Paro, Jakar, Trongsa, Phobjikha , Phobjikha, Punakha, Thimphu, Haa


Duration: 13 Nights

Physical rating: Easy

Tour Operator: Bhutan Green Travel

Group size: 1 - 16

Age range: 0-99

Tour operated in: English


Prices From: $3096

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Tour Overview

This tour is for anyone with a keen interest in the scenic journey, landscapes, mountains, local people, villages and farmhouses, but who would like to cut down on some of the road journeys covering Bhutan’s western and central regions. There will be plenty of time to capture images along the way meeting friendly and hospitable people and exploring some of the culture and traditions which Bhutan has to offer.

Highlights

  • iconDiscover the delights of Punakha–Wangdue Phodrang Valley
  • iconBhutan’s famous Paro Taktshang Monastery (Tiger’s Nest)
  • iconThe pristine Bumthang Valley and the religious heartland of Bhutan
  • iconshorA short-haul domestic flight offering you the unique experience flying over the skies of the Himalayan Kingdom of Bhutan!
  • iconThe picturesque Druk Wangyal Chortens (108 stupas) at Dochula Pass (3,050m)
  • iconDiscover the massive and majestic architectural masterpiece of the Trongsa Dzong with a distinctive yellow roof
  • iconTashichhodzong, which houses some ministries, the office and throne room of His Majesty the King and the Central Monk Body
  • iconKuenselphodrang (the largest 169ft Buddha Dordenma statue in the world)

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icon Day 1 : Arrive Paro

Location: Paro

Accommodation: Hotel

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Flying into Bhutan offers the most spectacular views of the Himalayan ranges, including Mt. Everest (8,848m/29,028ft), Mt. Kanchenjunga (8,586m/28,169ft) and Mt. Gangkar Puensum (7,564m/24,836ft). On arrival we meet you at Paro International Airport after clearing your immigration and customs formalities and transfer to your hotel in Paro for check-in. Paro is home to the famous Taktshang Monastery (also known as Tiger’s Nest), National Museum, Drukair and Bhutan Airlines. Afterwards, we visit the Ta Dzong (ancient watch tower), located about 6-km from Paro town, which now houses the National Museum of Bhutan. Walk down to the Paro Dzong (also known as Rinpung Dzong), which is located across the Pachhu River (about 2-km from Paro International Airport). The dzong was built in 1644 by Shabdrung Ngawang Namgyal (founder of Bhutan) to safeguard Paro Valley against Tibetan invasions. The evening is at leisure to relax and enjoy, we have allowed some time for this and also to explore a small Paro town and its surroundings. Overnight in Paro. Tonight enjoy a welcome drink and dinner with BGT. Overnight in Paro.

icon Day 2 : Fly to Bumthang

Location: Jakar

Accommodation: Hotel

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

This morning, we transfer you to Paro International Airport for a short 35-minutes flight to Bathpalathang Domestic Airport in Bumthang by Drukair (ATR 42-600). The ATR flight is equipped with the ClearVision system, which serves small airports in the country. This short-haul flight offers you the unique experience flying over the skies of the Himalayan Kingdom of Bhutan! On arrival in Bumthang (2,650m), transfer to your hotel for check-in. Later, travel out to view some of the enchanting sights of Bumthang Valley. Visit the Jakar Dzong, constructed in 1549, in a picturesque location on the hilltop overlooking Bumthang (Jakar) town and Chokhor Valley. Later, discover the “Little Switzerland in Bhutan.” Mr Fritz Maurer, one of the first Swiss expatriate to work in Bhutan and now married to the local lady, introduced brewing, farming machinery, diary (Swiss gouda cheese), bee-keeping and fuel-efficient, smokeless wood stoves as well as its first tourist guesthouse. Who would have thought someone makes Swiss gouda cheese in Bhutan? The country’s only native beer, Red Panda, is brewed here. If lucky, join for a beer and stories of Bhutan’s development with the owner (Swiss expat). Enjoy a tranquil evening strolling the streets of a small Bumthang town. Overnight in Bumthang.

icon Day 3 : Jakar Valley Gentle Walking

Location: Jakar

Accommodation: Hotel

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

We explore the pristine Bumthang Valley (also known as Jakar), the religious heartland of Bhutan and home to some of the oldest temples and monasteries in the country. From your hotel, we drive 10 to 15 minutes to the Jambay Lhakhang (Temple of Maitreya), said to be one of the 108 temples built by Tibetan King Songtsen Gampo on a single day in the 7th century (so full of history and mythology). This temple was built to subdue evil spirits of the demoness causing obstruction to the spread of Buddhism. Continue onto a farm track along the valley floor walking about 15 to 20 minutes towards the Kurjey Lhakhang complex, which consists of three temples. A 108-chorten walls surround these impressive temples with a huge front yard on the side of a hill. Guru Rinpoche meditated in a cave in the 8th century to subdue the local demon (Phola Shelging Karpo) to fight off ill health of the King of Bumthang, Sindhu Raja. Of the three temples, the oldest and holiest Guru Lhakhang was built in 1652, and hence the temple was named after Guru’s body imprint left on a rock. Next, we cross a suspension bridge over the rushing Chamkharchhu River on foot to the Tamshing Lhakhang. Terton Pema Lingpa founded this temple in 1501 for the teachings of Nyingma Buddhism in central Bhutan, who was prolific treasure finder and one of the influential religious figures in Bhutanese history. From here, your transport will pick you up and head to the Lhodrak Kharchhu Monastery, situated on a sacred hill just above Bumthang town. The monastery was built in 1982 offering three main streams of dharma studies: shedra (college), drupdra (meditation) and monastic rituals. Here about 400 monks or so are busy reading, recitation of daily prayers, meditation, chantings, dharma dances, beating drums & use of ceremonial, mandala drawings, etc. in the backdrop. Overnight in Bumthang.

icon Day 4 : Bumthang – Trongsa

Location: Trongsa

Accommodation: Hotel

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

After breakfast, our journey (68-km) about 2 hours takes us to Trongsa (2,200m) via Yotongla Pass (3,425m). En route stop off at the Yathra Weaving Centre in Chumig village, where the Bumthap women weave yak and sheep wools into the beautifully patterned fabric called “Yathra” including woollen mattresses (Drumzeedhen). Historically, Trongsa is one of the important districts of Bhutan. Trongsa was once the headquarters for the central and eastern regions and has been the seat of Trongsa Penlop (Governor). All the Kings of Bhutan first invest as the Trongsa Penlop before ascending to the throne. Discover the massive and majestic architectural masterpiece of the Trongsa Dzong with a distinctive yellow roof. It is the largest fortress in Bhutan, built in 1648, overlooking the gorge of the Mangdichhu River. You’ll also have time to explore the Tower of Trongsa (known as Ta Dzong), an ancient watchtower rising five storeys above Trongsa town. It was built in 1652 and has four observation points resembling Tiger, Lion, Garuda and Dragon. Today the tower houses a state-of-the-art National Museum with insights into the significance of Trongsa Dzong and the Wangchuck dynasty (kings) of Bhutan. The evening is at leisure to relax or explore the idyllic Trongsa town and its surroundings. Overnight in Trongsa.

icon Day 5 : Trongsa – Phobjikha

Location: Phobjikha

Accommodation: Hotel, Farmhouse/Homestay

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Depart Trongsa this morning for Phobjikha (120-km) about 3 hours via Chelela Pass (3,390m). From the viewpoint (Thumangdra) opposite to the Trongsa Dzong, you can take photos of the beautiful landscapes and dzong. On the way take a stroll along the Chendebji Chorten below the road. A nice stop to stretch your legs and walk around the chortent! This 18th century monument resembles the Boudhanath Stupa in Kathmandu (Nepal) with eyes painted at the four cardinal points. Enjoy a scenic journey, changing landscapes from the awe-inspiring mountains to lush vegetation. It is not uncommon to encounter grazing yaks by the roadside along the East–West highway. Later, visit the picturesque 17th century Gangtey Gonpa (monastery) on the hillock with amazing views of Phobjikha Valley (2,900m). This monastery is the only Nyingmapa School of Buddhism taught here in western Bhutan. Rest of the day is yours to relax, enjoy or explore the delightful surroundings of Phobjikha valley. Overnight in Phobjikha. You have an option to stay in local homes. A farmhouse in Bhutan is very colourful, decorative and traditionally built having a 2-storey with decent toilets, shower, hot stone bath, etc. Such service providers are trained in basic housekeeping, cleanliness and hygiene for tourist purposes. It gives you a total new experience living in a village house where food and drinks are served by the housemother like she does for her family members, intermingle with the locals and participate in the local daily activities (including how to prepare a Bhutanese meal) if you so wish, etc. You won’t regret for adventuring into this bit of lifetime fun!

icon Day 6 : Gangtey Nature Trail Walking

Location: Phobjikha

Accommodation: Hotel, Farmhouse/Homestay

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Spend a full day exploring Phobjikha Valley, which is a must visit for nature enthusiasts. The best way to explore this magnificent valley is to head downhill (4-km) about 2 hours nature trail to Semchubara village from the Gangtey Gonpa. This short trail takes you through flower meadows, beautiful forests and into vast plains of the Phobjikha Valley, ideal for spotting some birds, grazing cows, people and the local life. After passing a chorten and Khewa Lhakhang through gentle grassy slopes carpeted with purple primluas, your walk ends at the local community school. Phobjikha valley is well known as the winter home of the rare Black-Necked Cranes. The birds migrate from the Tibetan plateau to spend their winter from early November and fly back to Tibet between February and March. Overnight in Phobjikha.

icon Day 7 : Moving to Punakha

Location: Punakha

Accommodation: Hotel

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

After breakfast, we head to Punakha (78-km) about 2 hours, once the winter capital of Bhutan until 1955. It is situated in western Bhutan with a warm and temperate climate, bordered by Gasa to the north, Thimphu to the west and Wangdue Phodrang to the east and south, and also a popular tourist destination. Our journey takes us through Chelela Pass (3,390m) and Nobding, a small town and past by the Wangdue Phodrang Dzong overlooking the convergence of the Dangchhu and Punatsangchhu Rivers. Zhabdrung Ngawang Namgyal (founder of Bhutan) constructed the dzong in 1638, resembling that of a sleeping elephant. The fortress was gutted by fire in 2012 and is under reconstruction. Arriving in Punakha (1,350m), visit the fertility Chimi Lhakhang en route, nestled on a round hillock near a village called Sopsokha, built in 1499 by Saint Drukpa Kunley (known as the Divine Madman). The temple is about 10-km from Punakha Dzong and takes 20-minutes walk through agriculture fields. Legend has it that the childless couples wishing to have a baby from across Bhutan and occasionally from overseas are blessed with a child after visiting this mysterious temple. Later, explore the Punakha Dzong, strategically located at the confluence of the Phochhu (male) and Mochhu (female) Rivers. Shabdrung Ngawang Namgyal built the dzong in 1637, which is the second oldest and second largest dzong in Bhutan. Jacaranda trees beautifully cover the dzong with the purple bloom of flowers in the spring. If you are feeling energetic, why not take a walk to Bhutan’s longest suspension bridge built over the Phochhu River? Overnight in Punakha.

icon Day 8 : Punakha

Location: Punakha

Accommodation: Hotel

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Discover the delights of Punakha–Wangdue Phodrang Valley. Punakha is situated in western Bhutan with a warm and temperate climate, bordered by Gasa to the north, Thimphu to the west and Wangdue Phodrang to the east and south, and also a popular tourist destination. You’ll at first drive (7-km) about 30-minutes to the parking by the Mochhu River before climbing up the majestic Khamsum Yulley Namgyal Chorten. The Queen Mother Ashi Tshering Yangdon Wangchuk built this 100ft tall temple in 1994, located on a strategic ridge overlooking terraced fields and countryside of Punakha Valley. From the parking, cross a suspension bridge over the Mochhu River and walk up through paddy fields to the base of the hill before climbing a moderately inclined trail surrounded by pine trees. It takes about 45-minutes to hike up to the top. In the afternoon, sightseeing includes the Punakha Dzong, strategically located at the confluence of the Phochhu (male) and Mochhu (female) Rivers. Shabdrung Ngawang Namgyal (founder of Bhutan) built the dzong in 1637. Your tour continues to the charming Rinchengang village opposite to the Wangduephodrang Dzong, which is about 20-minutes walk uphill from the highway, and the village is known for its skill in traditional method of stone masonry. Our final stop is at the Sangchen Dorji Lhuendrup Nunnery Buddhist College in Wolakha, spectacularly located on a hilltop (25-minutes drive from Punakha Dzong). The Queen Mothers’ parents built it in 2008 for nuns to pursue higher Buddhist studies. Overnight in Punakha.

icon Day 9 : Punakha – Thimphu

Location: Thimphu

Accommodation: Hotel

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Today we travel (71-km) about 3 hours to Thimphu (2,300m), the capital of Bhutan. En route stop off at Dochula Pass (3,050m), where the picturesque Druk Wangyal Chortens (108 stupas) stand. Soak up the panoramic views of the snow-capped Himalayan peaks, including Bhutan’s highest mountain (Mt. Gangkar Puensum at 7,564m). There are 11 man-made hidden “Igloos – Caves” with 11 different paintings of gods and goddesses? People seeking inner peace from modern day stress come to Dochula Pass for meditation. Buddhists pursue meditation as a path towards enlightenment and nirvana. Continue to Thimphu city, home to approximately 138,736 inhabitants. Bhutan’s capital is not a concrete jungle that you see in other parts of the world. It is set in a lovely rural valley with beautiful natural scenery on all sides and buildings built in the traditional Bhutanese style. No traffic lights in Bhutan yet! Marvel at the police directing traffic with an intricate ballet of hand signals at the main intersections. Thimphu is a small city but has many attractive places. Arriving in Thimphu, visit the National Memorial Chorten (stupa), built in 1974 in honour of the Third King Jigme Dorji Wangchuk (1928-1972). This stupa is a prominent monument for Bhutanese daily worship in the city with its golden spires and bells. Another must see place to tick off on your list is Kuenselphodrang (the largest 169ft Buddha Dordenma statue in the world), built in 2006 and sits atop a hill, overlooking the southern entrance to Thimphu city. Use your free time to relax or explore the streets of Thimphu city. Overnight in Thimphu.

icon Day 10 : Hike to Cheri Monastery

Location: Thimphu

Accommodation: Hotel

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Leaving the hustle and bustle of Thimpu city behind, we set out for a beautiful hike to Cheri Monastery (2,850m) through woods of blue pine, oak trees and rhododendron species. The oldest monastery is home to many sacred relics and also a meditation center, located around 14-km (35-minutes) north of Thimphu Valley. Shabdrung Ngawang Namgyal (founder of Bhutan) built this monastery in 1620 and established the first monk body here. You’ll at first cross a cantilever bridge, vibrant with prayer flags and the sound of gushing Thimphuchhu River before hiking uphill about 1 hour along a steep trail. A visit to the monastery is spiritually purifying. Why not pray inside the monastery and play dices to reveal what is in store for your life, like fortune-teller stuff? You can also easily spot deer and jaru (mountain goats) as you approach the monastery. Enjoy a picnic lunch by the riverside. Then we drive back to Changlingmithang (Sports Complex), if lucky you will see the locals playing outrageous archery matches (national game of Bhutan) and also football. In the evening, visit the Tashichhodzong, first constructed in 1216 AD and re-built in 1641 by Shabdrung Ngawang Namgyal (founder of Bhutan), which now houses some ministries, the office and throne room of His Majesty the King and the Central Monk Body. Overnight in Thimphu.

icon Day 11 : Thimphu – Haa

Location: Haa

Accommodation: Hotel

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Leave Thimphu city behind and make your way (112-km) about 4 hours to Haa (2,700m) via Chhuzom (30–km) where the Pachhu and Wangchhu Rivers join. Chhuzom (confluence) is a major road junction connecting Haa (82-km) to the southwest, Phuentsholing (141-km) to the south and Paro (24-km) to the southeast. It is one of the smallest and least populated districts after Gasa. A rugged and mountainous terrain, endowed with very rich flora and fauna, characterizes Haa, bordered by Tibet to the north. En route you’ll see the Dobji Dzong looming majestically on a hilltop. It was built in 1531, considered to be the first model Dzong in Bhutan by Ngawang Chogyal (brother of Lam Drukpa Kunley). In ancient times the dzong served as a central jail. Today it is used as a Buddhist monastery. Afternoon sightseeing includes the Lhakhang Karpo and the Lhakhang Nagpo. These two temples located just above Haa–Thimphu highway are among the 108 monasteries built in one day by the Tibetan King Songtsen Gampo in the 7th century. Lhakang Karpo means the “White Temple,” built at a site where Songtsen Gampo released a white pigeon. The sacred white temple was reconstructed in 2010 and consecrated in 2018, which houses the monastic body of Haa. Whereas the Lhakhang Nagpo means the “Black Temple.” Similarly, a site where the black temple stands is believed that a black pigeon flew. Enjoy some leisure time in Haa Valley in the evening. Overnight in Haa.

icon Day 12 : Haa – Paro

Location: Paro

Accommodation: Hotel

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

We exit Haa and set off for a scenic, meandering drive (62-km) about 2.5 hours to Paro (2,200m), home to the famous Taktshang Monastery (also known as Tiger’s Nest), National Museum, Drukair and Bhutan Airlines. Stop off at Chelela Pass (3,988m), which is the highest motorable pass in Bhutan and 26-km from Haa. Soak up the most spectacular views of Mt. Jomolhari (7,314m) and Jichu Drake (6,989m) from here. Then it’s all downhill (36-km) to Paro as we leave the mountain scenery, where you’ll see the Kila Gonpa Nunnery (also known as Chelela Gonpa) en route, straddled on the cliff-side facing Paro. There are about seven small temples and several huts, a serene home to around 100 Buddhist nuns. Later, we explore the Ta Dzong (ancient watch tower), located about 6-km from Paro town, which now houses the National Museum of Bhutan. Walk down to the Paro Dzong (also known as Rinpung Dzong), which is located across the Pachhu River (about 2-km from Paro International Airport). The dzong was built in 1644 by Shabdrung Ngawang Namgyal to safeguard Paro Valley against Tibetan invasions. The evening is at leisure to relax and enjoy, we have allowed some time for this and also to explore a small Paro town and its surroundings. Overnight in Paro.

icon Day 13 : Hike to Tiger’s Nest Monastery

Location: Paro

Accommodation: Hotel

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Bhutan’s famous Paro Taktshang Monastery (Tiger’s Nest) is an unforgettable sight. No visit to Bhutan would be complete without a trip to Paro Taktshang (3,120m). It is stunning in its beauty and location. Today is a real highlight as you take a short hike to the Taktshang Monastery, clinging on a rock cliff at 900m above the Paro Valley floor. The monastery is one of the most revered pilgrimage places in Bhutan because Guru Rinpoche (one the founding fathers of Tibetan Buddhism) is believed to have flown to the site on the back of a flying tigress in the 8th century. An 11-km (round-trip) hike starts from the base of the mountain from the road point (Ramthangkha), which is 2-km drive from Paro town. Enjoy your rewarding hike about 4 hours (round-trip) with extra one hour to tour the monastery at a leisurely pace. There is a small teahouse halfway through from where a view of the spectacular monastery to enjoy! Gentle horse/pony rides are permitted till the viewpoint. Afterwards, there will be time to visit the Kyichu Lhakhang en route, one of the oldest and 108 temples built by Tibetan King Songtsen Gampo in the 7th century (so full of history and mythology). Overnight in Paro.

icon Day 14 : End of Tour

Location: Paro

Meals: Breakfast

Your tour ends this morning after breakfast. We transfer you to Paro International Airport for your onward journey. Our guide and driver from Bhutan Green Travel will see you off. Tashi Delek (Goodbye and Good Luck!)

What's Included

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    All sightseeing & hiking (entrance fees to museums and other attractions)

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    Camping facilities and haulage for trekking tours

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    All meals (breakfast, lunch and dinner) and bottled water daily

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    Bhutan visa fees

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    Best accommodation in 3 star hotels with private bathrooms based on 2 adults sharing a twin/double bed (single supplements apply)

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    Comfortable farmhouse/home stay/heritage house can also be arranged

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    Baggage handling at all hotels and camps

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    All applicable internal taxes and service fees

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    Pickups and drops from airports and hotels

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    Licensed English-speaking guide & driver

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    Comfortable transport (private vehicle) throughout your trip

What's Not Included

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    Single room supplement from $50 per night

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    Upgrade to 4 star and 5 star luxury hotels

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    Optional activities & additional services

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    Discretionary tips to guides and drivers

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    International and domestic flights

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    Travel insurance

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    Other personal expenses such as alcoholic drinks & beverages, laundry, telephone calls, etc.

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Thank you so much for the perfect itinerary for us
It was wonderful to meet Ugyen in person in Thimphu. Dan and I returned safely to our home in Scotland yesterday and we are now reflecting on a fantastic holiday. It ....more It was wonderful to meet Ugyen in person in Thimphu.

Dan and I returned safely to our home in Scotland yesterday and we are now reflecting on a fantastic holiday.

It was truly a wonderful experience.

We loved Bhutan and are already thinking about when we can return.

Next time we would like to explore the Eastern part of the country.

Thank you so much for all of your support and help in creating the perfect itinerary for us.

We loved the mix of trekking, camping, festival, cultural experience and staying in all of the lovely local guest houses and hotels.

Tenzin was the best guide and I would request to have him as our guide on our next trip to Bhutan! He was knowledgeable, easy to spend time with and cared that we were having a good time.

Dan had kept the bottle of K5 whisky to try when we got home and he had his first dram (Scottish word for a drink of whisky) last night.

He really enjoyed it.

It was a lovely gift and one we both appreciated.

I will certainly promote BGT to friends and family who might like to visit Bhutan and I will certainly get in touch with you in the future when Dan and I have saved up enough money to come back to your beautiful country again.

If you are in Scotland please let me know.

Dan and I would love to host you in our beautiful country.

Warmest wishes and thank you again ; ....less
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Susan & Dan, Perthshire, Scotland

16-Oct-2019

Bhutan is a very special place
Thank you so much for being a fantastic guide on our wonderful Bhutan holiday. Everything has been a lot of fun, but also well organised and interesting. We have had ....more Thank you so much for being a fantastic guide on our wonderful Bhutan holiday.

Everything has been a lot of fun, but also well organised and interesting.

We have had the holiday we wished for – Bhutan is a very special place – and we hope to return sometime in the future to explore more of it.

Thank you for your good company and for making our trip such a special one.

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Tom and Louisa, England, UK

02-Nov-2014

Bhutan is a remarkable place, quite unique and beautiful
We thoroughly enjoyed our travels through Bhutan Green Travel. The trip was well organised and both Kinley and Kinga were absolutely brilliant. Your brother was especially kind and helpful to ....more We thoroughly enjoyed our travels through Bhutan Green Travel.

The trip was well organised and both Kinley and Kinga were absolutely brilliant.

Your brother was especially kind and helpful to us at all times, a real gentleman! Bhutan is a remarkable place, quite unique and beautiful.

Thank you for joining us for dinner on our first night and providing some lovely Bhutanese wines.

We enjoyed them very much.

Kinga mentioned that he may be in London sometime next year; if so please let me know so that we can all meet up and have dinner at my place.

David and Frances who live just across from my house will be delighted to join us too.

We will emphasise all the positives of our trip which were many.

Best wishes and look forward to seeing you and Kinga in London.

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Rohit & Group, England, UK

30-Nov-2019

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