See the highlights of magical Bhutan in just over a week.
From £1,178 7 days ex flights
Tailor made:Everything is tweak-able, giving you the freedom to build a unique and personal trip for your chosen date. Upgrade your accommodation for all - or just part - of your trip, slow down the pace with few extra nights here and there or add a few more active adventures along the way
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I am reborn! Simply the best vacation I have ever been on
Some great stories to tell the grandchildren. Would recommend to a friend
Every single day in Bhutan! I couldn't pick one thing as the whole experience was amazing. Tigers Nest was obviously a highlight but there were many other
monastery's and treks that we did throughout our trip that were equally impressive.
Remember to take your walking boots! Especially if you are visiting Tigers Nest. It was quite dry and slippery so it helps to have shoes with a good grip when
climbing. Take layers as well as it can be quite cool in the morning... (more)Raj Reehal
Unbelievable and above expectation in every respect. The trip offers a multitude of things: nature, very nice people, culture, Buddhist spirituality, lovely walks, you can't go wrong going (more)Ingrid Blatz
The festival we saw was brilliant with highly colourful costumes and masks. Our visit to one monastery was special as only our group had the chance to just listen to the chanting monks with their drums and horns. (more)Daniel Collings
The scenery is stunning, and hiking with a local guide allows you to be immersed with the local culture, from chatting with the farmers, watching local sports competitions, or sharing a meal. A very authentic experience! (more)Renee Summers
Climbing to the Tiger's Nest is a must do and see. Nothing can prepare you for the sight of the Temple appearing out of the mist/clouds. (more)Roisin McArdle
Wonderful country to visit. The people are so friendly, the air fresh and the scenery stunning. Also the Paro Festival was such a colourful affair and fascinating to observe how important it was to the locals. (more)Pamela Cranston