We are a year-round, professional tour company and we provide a comprehensive spectrum catering to all travel and tour segments including FIT, GIT, leisure, pre/post conference tours, incentives tours, adventure tours, nature tours and recreational outdoor activities. Our tours cover domestic’s tour within Bhutan as well as outbound tour to Tibet, Nepal and India. All our packages are well planned and coupled with some special interest itineraries that are tailored to suit the varied lifestyle of our clients and meet their requirements fully. We are supported by a crew of committed, dynamic and responsible team. They are well trained with relevant experience between two to fifteen years so as to live up to our reputation of providing efficient services. On top of that, our tourist guides and tour leaders with impeccable interpersonal skills are conversant in various languages in which we believe are the important factors in enhancing our communications and relationship with our most-valued customers..Read more
 
 

 
 
 

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Druk Path Trek
This is a classy 6 days trek which goes up to 4,000 m Lakes making it bit strenuous....
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Jumolhari Trek
This is a classic 9 days Jumolhari Round Trek which starts from Drugyal Dzong near Paro and ends at...
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Gangtey Trek
This is a combination of moderate and easy treks. Starts from Phubjikha valleys at 3000 m, is in one...
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Spritual Tour
For spiritual and religious tourist visiting to the land of thunder dragon will include complimentary talk on...
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Cultural Tour
On your flight to Paro from Bangkok, on clear weather you will be able to see the massive peak of...
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Western Bhutan Tour
On a clear day one can view the sacred Mount Chhomolhari, Mountain of Goddess (24,000 ft)...
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Bhutan Travel Guide

If you do visit Bhutan, you will become one of the few who have experienced the charm and magic of one of the world’s most enigmatic countries – the ‘last Shangri La’ .

 

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