Tour & Trek packages

Cultural Tours

Bhutan is known for its unique culture and traditions. Cultural tour that we offering will represent comprehensive approach on the lives of Bhutanese people, their culture, values, thoughts and way of life. The tour will exclusively display Bhutanese culture in its struggle towards development and westernization yet conserving its rich old values.

Our visitors will not only experience the eventful cities of modern Bhutan to the happy lives in rural Bhutan. You will also visit Dzongs (fortress), Monastery and other religious monument to witness our beautiful architectures that Bhutan proudly present to the world. Actual highlights of our Cultural tours are annual festivals (Tshechu) where Buddhist teaching are dramatized and shown through mask dances We take the visitors to the many Tshechus (local festivals) in different places.

Bhutan Fly-In, Fly-Out cultural tour


Glimpses of Bhutan


Discover Western Bhutan


Bhutan Expedition


Bhutan Cultural Tour with famous Bumdra Trek


Bhutan Cultural Expedition


Bhutan Mystical Tour


Bhutan West to East Tour


Festival Tours

Tshechu is a Buddhist festival in honor of Buddhist Saint Padmasambhava, popularly known as ‘Guru Rimpoche’, the saint who was responsible for introducing Buddhism to Bhutan. The Tshechu draws hundreds of Bhutanese people in a spirit of reverence, blessing, festivity and celebration, and is one of the best ways to discover the rich cultural heritage of Bhutan. 

The Tshechu comes to life with color, music, dance and drama as villagers and townspeople gather to witness the masked dances, sword dances and other sacred rituals. These events, most of which are performed by monks in colorful and elaborate costumes bring blessings to the spectator, as well as instructing them about the Buddhist Dharma. There are various Tshechu held all year around at temples, Dzongs and monasteries throughout Bhutan.

Mongar Festival


Trongsa Festival


Punakha Festival


Jambay Lhakhang Festival


Bhutan Sports Festival


Paro Festival


Trashigang Festival


Photography Tours

Uniqueness in culture, the geographical placement of our ancient monasteries and fords overlooking most of the valleys and breadth-taking stunning landscapes overlooked by clear blue sky of Bhutan cannot hold back any photographers’ curiosity in taking out their camera as soon as they step out at airport. Photographers certainly have curiosity to explore the world in fresh ways. The beautiful snowcapped Himalayas, mountain passes, river valleys, varied vegetation on the hillsides and in the valleys, abundant flora & fauna, historical & cultural sites, among the most colorful & lively festivals in Bhutan are the prominent attractions to capture. While travelling, itinerary provides adequate time to interact with the people, learn about their life-style, traditions and shoot the images of exquisite temples, Dzongs (Fortress), farming villages, towering Himalaya. We customize your photographic tour according to your preferences and we guide throughout to get your best shots.

Bird Watching Tour

Bhutan is a paradise for bird lovers and ornithologists. Over 670 species of birds have been recorded and many more are yet to be discovered. Around 50 species of the known birds are winter migrants. These include ducks, waders, birds of prey, thrushes, finches and buntings. The partial migrants to Bhutan include cuckoos, swifts, bee-eaters, warblers and flycatchers. The country harbors more than 16 species of vulnerable birds. They are the Pallas’s Fish Eagle, White bellied Heron, Satyr Tragopan, Grey bellied Tragopan, Ward’s Trogaon, Blyth’s King Fisher, Rumped Honey Guide, Purple Cochoa, Rufous Throated Wren Babbler, Red headed Parrot Bill, Chestnut breasted Partridge, Blyth’s Trogon, Wood Snipe, Dark Rumped Swift, Rufous necked Hornbill, Grey crowned Prinia and the Beautiful Nuthatch all of which breed in Bhutan.

Bhutan is also home to ten species of birds that are in danger of extinction, including the Imperial Heron, which is one of the fifty rarest birds in the world and the rare black-necked crane, which breed in Tibet and then migrate over the Himalayas to Bhutan to spend their winter.

The country is an important wintering ground for the rare Black necked crane. They can be spotted in Phobjikha in Western Bhutan, Bumthang in Central Bhutan and in Bomdeling in Eastern Bhutan. They migrate to these winter roosting places in the months of September and October and fly back to Tibet between February and March.

Meditation & Retreat (Add-on)

As the stronghold of Vajrayana Buddhism, meditation and retreats is a common feature especially amongst the Buddhist practitioners and the monks. One can come across small retreat centers and hermitages all over the country next to temples, monasteries and monastic schools. 

These retreat and meditation centers provide the Bhutanese with the much needed respite from the humdrums of normal life style and it is a common trait amongst the Buddhists to disappear into the mountains for days, weeks and months. The retreats provide people and the practitioners to draw upon their inner self and visualize upon the purpose of life. 

Many tourists from Thailand and other Buddhist countries come to Bhutan for meditation and retreat tours. Some itinerary includes serious meditation for days while some are solitary retreat for few hours in the high hills and temples where nature surrounds and silence is unbroken. we also have hotels that provide yoga sessions, retreats and meditation facilities within the hotel premise.

Homestay / Farmhouse (Add-on)

Meeting interesting Bhutanese local people and taking short hikes through fields of seasonal crops hand picking local available fresh fruits, tasting particular family’s special local dishes, clicking pictures, joining the family for meals will give you wonderful experiences. Homestay / Farmhouse tour will be organized across 4 beautiful valleys of Paro, Thimphu, Punakha and Wangdiphodrang (Phobjikha) You will get to experience 2 nights at hotels in Thimphu city and Punakha, 2 nights at traditional Bhutanese farmhouses in Paro and Phobjikha valleys.

Kayaking & Rafting (Add-on)

We offer exciting rafting and kayaking tours in the clean and clear rivers of Bhutan. The crystal clear rivers of Bhutan are one of the Kingdom’s best assets. The melting glacial over the Eastern Himalayas accumulates downstream forming six major rivers (Wang Chhu in Thimphu, Puna Tsang Chhu in Punakha, Mangde Chhu in Trongsa, Kuri Chhu in Mongar and Dangme Chhu in Trashigang and their tributaries), have been scouted for kayaking and rafting.

They cut through high valleys and low plains to meet up with the Brahmaputra River in India. The natural setting and the sheer variety of the rivers’ courses makes up for a unique opportunity to explore Bhutan’s beautiful wilderness. It is more than a teaser and an invitation to anyone interested in adventure travels. The rivers are plentiful with high currents and depths reaching a maximum of about five meters; at places it passes gently on and in others the rivers rage through loudly, dominating the environs. Although adventure sports and tourism are relatively recent introductions, it is gaining on in popularity.

The Pho Chu in Punakha Valley, with its  approx 16 km course with about 15 rapids of class 2-4 is the most popular for rafting in Bhutan followed by Mo Chu river in Punakha Valley with 10 Km course comprising around 10 rapids with 2 –  2+ rapids


Well trained rafting and kayaking professionals will ensure and do everything to make our guest enjoy the adventure while minimizing the risks. The rivers of Bhutan were first surveyed for potential routes for water sports in 1997 by Gerry Mofatt and Peter Knowles, both experienced rafters/kayakers at the invitation of the Royal Government and the Department of Tourism.

Note: The best time for rafting and kayaking is from March to April and November to December.