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Kathmandu Nagarkot tour, 5 days

Nagarkot, a small resort hill station in the Kathmandu Valley, offers some of the best views of the surrounding Himalayan Mountain Range. Outdoors enthusiasts flock to this mountain outpost not only for the views, but also for the serenity. Here thick pine forests and verdant valleys offering plenty of hiking opportunities will surround travelers. Those interested in trekking should consider hiking back out of Nagarkot to Kathmandu or even hike on to their next destination. Located 20 miles (32 kilometers) from Kathmandu, Nagarkot can be enjoyed as a long day trip, or better yet, an overnight getaway so you can watch the sunrise light up the surrounding peaks. If you can withstand the ...Read more >
From US $2,400 excluding flights

Bhutan history tour

A Bhutan history tour which has been tailor made to suit your interests, travelling with an expert, driver guide who will take you through the country’s most historic valleys. These valleys are the homelands of Bhutan’s Drukpa people, majority Buddhists whose faith dates back to AD 746, when the Tibetan sage Padmasambhava was said to have flown here on the back of a tiger, to the site of the great Taktsang Monastery. This is just one of many sacred and spectacular sites that we will visit on this historic tour of Bhutan. Over the centuries, Buddhist llamas have followed in their great guru’s footsteps, building monasteries and temples all over these valleys, in the shadow of the ...Read more >
From US $2,990 excluding flights

Bhutan cultural tour

An eleven day Bhutan cultural tour which combines both cultural and natural highlights of this heritage rich country. Travelling with your own English speaking driver guide throughout, this tailor made holiday to Bhutan follows the itinerary below but can be adapted, of course, to suit your interests and time frame. However, our aim is to help you explore the diverse landscapes of Bhutan’s western valleys as well as its many monasteries, museums and temples. Starting in Paro, you have time to take in the sites here such Rinpung Dzong Fortress and Ta Dzong Museum and then head onto the capital city of Thimpu. Spend a couple of days in and around Thimpu with visits to Simtokha Dzong, the ...Read more >
From US $3,560 excluding flights

Druk Path trekking holiday in Bhutan

A week long Bhutan trekking tour following the Druk Path which takes you along an ancient trading route over high mountain passes, connecting the Paro and Thimpu Valleys. An eight day walking odyssey, you will walk through the country’s blue pine forests, rhododendron and juniper filled landscapes, to alpine lakes such as Jimilangtsho and Jimiling. Camping along the way, you will also get the chance to visit some of the country’s ancient monasteries, fortresses and traditional villages. Even though you will be hiking at elevations of between 2400-4200m, the actual trekking is relatively easy, with magnificent views along the way out to the likes of Mt. Gangkar Puensum, the highest peak in ...Read more >
From US $3,299 excluding flights

Bhutan luxury holiday, 8 days

A luxury holiday in Bhutan means that you can traverse as much as much of the stunning Kingdom as possible in a week, with the help of your own driver guide, an internal flight while also staying in some of the country’s most magnificent resort hotels. Starting with no expense spared, you travel to Paro on business class with Druk Air, before being met by your guide who, after settling into your hotel, will give you a guided tour of the city. First class accommodation on this trip includes Uma Paro and Amankora resort hotels, which proffer the perfect bases for trips into Bhutan’s sacred heartland, Bumthang, a name given to four great valleys of Chumey, Choekhor, Tang and Ura. You will ...Read more >
From US $13,414 excluding flights

Bhutan walking holidays

This Bhutan walking holiday has as much focus on cultural sites as it does on natural wonders, but with plenty of hiking thrown into the mix. By walking to some of the country’s most spectacular monasteries, we endeavour to help you gain an insight into Bhutan’s Buddhist culture in the most profound way possible. During the week, we cover the three valleys of Thimpu, Punakha and Paro, all varied in terms of ecosystems and landscapes. One of the highlights of this walking holiday is our trek to Bumdra Monastery where we camp overnight in the Himalayan wilderness way up in the clouds, our final destination being the iconic Taktsang Goemba or Tiger’s Nest Monastery. We hike along ancient ...Read more >
From US $2,295 per accommodation

Bhutan walking tour

This Bhutan walking tour is a tailor made, eleven day itinerary which can, of course, be adapted to suit your interests and needs. But if having the option to arrive at some of Bhutan’s most splendid cultural sites on foot rather than by vehicle appeals, then this Bhutan walking holiday will certainly do the trick. Walking rather than full on trekking and wild camping, this trip is for visitors who love to walk but perhaps not all day every day, and also enjoy the comfort of hotels. The reason why walking holidays in Bhutan are such a wonderful way to discover the country is mainly because some of its isolated regions, remote monasteries and villages are only accessible on foot. You ...Read more >
From US $3,260 excluding flights

Laya Gasa trekking holiday in Bhutan

Laya Gasa Trek is one of the most scenic long distance treks in Bhutan. The trek runs along the Tibetan border and offers amazing views of some of the most pristine and untouched landscapes in Bhutan. The trek begins at Drugyel in Paro and takes you through serene alpine meadows and high mountain passes with magnificent views of Mount Jumolhari, Jichu Drake and Tsherim Gang. The trek will traverse the remote semi-nomadic village of Laya. You will get to enjoy the unique culture and tradition of the indigenous people of Laya (Layaps). You will also see native animals such as blue sheep and Takins along the trail. From Laya you descend to Gasa, where you will have a day of relaxation at the ...Read more >
From US $8,453 per accommodation

Bhutan cultural holiday

This Bhutan cultural holiday is a tailor made holiday which follows the rough itinerary below, but of course this can be adapted to suit your interests. This carefully crafted itinerary covers Bhutan’s western valleys, taking in not only the spectacular Himalayan and lowland landscapes but also the culture and lifestyles of people living here. Travelling with your own English speaking driver guide, you will drive over mountain passes, through exquisite elevated landscapes, while also seeing the ever changing ecosystems that Bhutan has to offer. The natural highlight of the itinerary is Phobjikha Valley, also known as Gangtey, which is most famous for being home to hundreds of black necked ...Read more >
From US $2,513 excluding flights

Dagala Thousand Lakes trekking holiday, Bhutan

On this Bhutan trekking holiday, around the Dagala Thousand Lakes region, you will be hiking for six days out of the nine that we have included in this itinerary. This is a tailor made trip, however, and so we can adjust the itinerary according to your interests, fitness levels or time frame. We consider the itinerary below to be of a moderate level, with some challenging mountain passes, and so a good level of fitness and stamina is required, to manage not only the elevations but also the camping and full on outdoors nature of the trip. The rewards of these treks are huge, however, hiking to exquisite mountain lakes, through alpine meadows and over ridges which give those much sought ...Read more >
From US $3,815 excluding flights

Jomolhari trek in Bhutan

The beautiful Jomolhari Trek highlights the great diversity that the Bhutanese landscape has to offer. You will pass through thick pine forests, scattered hamlets and alpine meadows that lead to the high pastureland where yak herders graze their animals. Highlights include the fabulous views of snow-capped mountains such as Mt. Jomolhari and Mt. Jichu Drake and camping overnight at the base of Mt Jomolhari. It is a difficult route attaining a maximum altitude of 15,114 ft, and requires trekkers to have very good physical fitness. Before and after your trek, there will also be time to visit the sites of Paro and Thimphu.Read more >
From US $5,216 per accommodation