Located along the ridges of Eastern Himalayas, popularly and affectionately known as the last Shangri-La, Bhutan possesses the rare combination of cultural and natural riches to the highest level. Over the centuries Bhutan remained hidden from the rest of world. Western way of life has little or no impact in the culture and day to day life of the extremely harmonious and religious people of this very land. Colourful festivals, ancient culture, distinctive way of life make it truly a wonderland, also known as the land of thundering dragon where visitors get fascinated by exploration opportunities that they come across in almost every step they take.
Bhutan is extremely rich in bio-diversity with almost three quarters of its land is covered by forests for which it was declared one of the ten most prominent areas for environmental protection in the world. Its rich flora and fauna, glittering snow-capped mountain peaks, lush jungles, gorgeous valleys, ever-flowing rivers, unbelievably stunning rural landscapes are what make it true a Shangri-la, a heaven on earth.
The history of kingdom Bhutan dates of back to 8th century with Guru Rinpoche’s legendary flight on the back of tigress from Tibet to Bhutan . The Guru is also considered as second Buddha arrived in Taksang which is now known as Tiger’s nest , one can see the monastery built on the cliffs above the valley of Paro.
The Buddhist kingdom and protected by giant Himalayas from the rest of the world, Bhutanese are known to have been the happiest people on earth.
We have various trips to Bhutan from cultural tours to trekking to the remote Bhutan and to the eastern region of mighty Himalaya. On request we can tailor-make the trip that includes Bhutan festival, bird watching, fishing in Bhutan etc.