Landlocked between India and Tibet and long hidden behind its mountain barriers, the kingdom of Bhutan remains one of the world’s most isolated and unique countries, a Buddhist stronghold of immeasurable natural beauty, stunning cultural treasures, and a population whose state-mandated mantra of happiness makes the region seem like a Shangri-La.
Swathed in dramatic landscapes that range from subtropical lowlands to the towering might of the Himalayas, Bhutan is a magnet for those who not only seek to embrace Bhutan’s natural allure and serenity but also wish to take in its many architectural wonders, from the numerous fortresses (dzongs) to the magical monasteries that dot the landscape, the most famous of all being the stunning Paro Taktsang (Tiger’s Nest), situated precariously on its cliffside perch. Throw in some of the world’s most challenging treks, breath-snatching high passes, forests of exquisite beauty, and hidden valleys locked in the distant past, and Bhutan truly is one of the world’s supreme destinations for the travel connoisseur.
A strict policy regarding tourism ensures that Bhutan remains in a wonderfully pristine state that leaves visitors with a profound sense of gazing through their own private window to the very soul of its culture. Our staff is well versed in the country’s charms and the need to maximize the sightseeing opportunities, and we do our utmost to ensure that our clients receive the very best service from our local personnel.
So get in touch with Nepal Trekking Experts and let our staff discuss the options for visiting Bhutan, or feel free to go over any variations of your own that you wish to run by us—the terms of a visit there are only limited by your imagination and budget. The sunny smiles and gentle disposition of the Bhutanese await your arrival!