Discover the Mystical Kingdom of Bhutan with Triptobhutan.Com 

The Buddhist Kingdom of Bhutan lies along the lofty ridges of the eastern Himalayas, bordering the Tibetan Autonomous region of China in the North and North-West and the Indian states of Sikkim in the West and South-West, Assam in the south, Arunachal Pradesh in the East and South-East and West Bengal in South and South-West. Read More >

Cultural, Historical and Nature Tours in Bhutan

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A quick exploration of cultural and historical highlights of two major tourist destinations of Bhutan - Thimphu & Paro!

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This trip is designed to give you the best sightseeing options in shortest possible time - places covered Thimphu, Paro!

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A trip to the mountains of Bhutan, admire the breathtaking landscapes, enrich yourself with unique Bhutanese experience.

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A blissful week in the Kingdom of Bhutan! A relaxed tour that allows ample time to admire local cultural, interact with locals!

Trekking and Hiking in Bhutan Himalaya

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A scenic trek with a view of natural landscape of blue pine forests, ridges, pristine lakes and villages amidst backdrop of the Himalayas.

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A gentle trek that passes through Haa villages and the dense alpine forest and meadows amidst breathtaking Himalaya view!

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This trek is to the beautiful Phobjikha valley (3,000m), one of the few glacial valleys in Bhutan, which lies in the mountains..

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An adventurous camping trek to the base of Mt Chomolhari passing through scattered hamlets & high alpine pastureland!

Special Interest Holidays in Bhutan

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Experience the thrill of riding a motor bike across mountain passes & rough terrain of Bhutan..

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A spiritual retreat with a cultural and geographical exploration of Bhutanese amazing heartland.

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An action packed active holiday in Bhutan involving biking, camping, rafting & cultural exploration.

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Walk through the monasteries, mountain passes, traditional villages across Bhutan.