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Explore Bhutan Adventure Tour

Discover Bhutans diverse landscape on a concise adventure spanning 365 km east to west and 150 km north to south. Explore valleys, mountains (7200m to 100m), and high passes (3000-3500m) with activities like hiking, cycling, rafting, and kayaking. Our tours promise an unparalleled experience in this country.
9 Days

If you are a nature lover and love to explore the colorful Butterfly of Bhutan, you have made the right choice. There are more butterfly species in Bhutan than in the whole of North America (679 species) or of Europe (440 species). The incredible range of habitats makes it possible for Bhutan to have varieties of species in remote Kingdom.

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11 Days

Bhutan is perhaps a paradise for photographers. Nature has bestowed all its bounties on this Shangrila of enchanting valleys, winding rivers, placid lakes, and snowy Mountains. This makes the country perfect for Photography. Best time to visit Bhutan for Photography is Spring time when the flower starts blooming and clear weather.

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9 Days

Bhutan have 745 Bird species of 89 families across Bhutan. One of the unique bird of Bhutan are Black Necked Crane and white bellied Heron. The popular Birding sights are Lamperi Royal Park in Thimphu, Bumdeling National Park in Trashi Yangtse and and Zhemgang in Central Bhutan.

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10 Days

Royal Wild National Park Manas tour is one of the unique and rarely visited places in Bhutan. Manas National Park is the name Park located in Sothern Bhutan. Wild river rafting Kayaking and an Elephant ride is the highlight of this visit. The area falls on the protected park of Bhutan.

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A cycle race in Bhutan, famously known as the Tour of the Dragon
5 Days

Tour of the Dragon is held every year in the fall. Its a challenge for all cyclers to cover 255Km distance from Bumthang to Thimphu crossing 4 passes. The challenge is open to all and toughest one day Bike challenge in the world.

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14 Days

Cycling tours in Bhutan can be challenging as the routes that we take our guest are all off the beaten path and the sports is still new in the Country. We take you through City streets, mountain roads and glorious scenery of farms and villages, no matter your level of cycling expertise.

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12 Days

Walking Holidays in Bhutan. Walking holidays in Bhutan allows you lots of time for talking and catching up on life, work, and stories with locals. Whatever the season, there is a walking holiday to suit you in Bhutan. If you prefer to walk where it’s warm, book it in summer time where the extravagant vegetation showcase the beauty of Bhutan.

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7 Days

River Rafting and Kayaking Tour in Bhutan is new adventure activity introduced recently in Bhutan. It is done mostly in Punakha in central Bhutan and Manas River in south. Kayaking and River rafting in Bhutan is a unique experience unlike many of the more crowded rafting offered in Asia. The rafting ranges from simple grade 1 to fast-flowing rivers of Bhutan.

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Frequently Asked Questions

The best time to travel to Bhutan for adventure tour is Spring and Autumn. This time of the year offers the best view of the Himalayas with clear blue sky, moderate temperature, and different vegetation. Some of the oldest species of vegetation on earth can be seen in Bhutan which has over 500 species of rhododendrons and 300 medicinal plants. You will come across this vegetation during your adventure tour of Bhutan. Spring and Autumn is time where forest is full of rhododendrons, oak, walnuts, sal, and many varieties of orchids blooming. Check Bhutan Tour in October

NOTE: Spring time begins from March to May and Autumn from September to November.

Bhutan Visa Application should be applied before traveling to Bhutan. Visa cannot be obtained from any Bhutan embassy abroad or offices. Foreigners planning to travel to Bhutan should contact the local travel agent or abroad agent who has the affiliation with the local agent for Visa. Documents required to process your Visa are your valid passport copy having more than 6months validity, confirmed air tickets, and Hotel bookings. Upon completion of all formalities, you will receive the Visa approval letter from your agent issued by the Bhutan Immigration office. You will have to download that letter and print it. The letter has to be shown to the immigration officer upon arrival at Paro International airport. Your Bhutan visa will be stamped upon verification of the eVisa.

Bhutan is home to several stunning national parks, each offering unique biodiversity, breathtaking landscapes, and opportunities for outdoor adventure. Here are some notable national parks in Bhutan:

Jigme Dorji National Park

As Bhutan’s largest national park, Jigme Dorji National Park encompasses a vast area of pristine wilderness, spanning from warm broadleaf forests to cold alpine meadows. Located in the northwestern part of the country, it is home to diverse wildlife, including the elusive snow leopard, Himalayan blue sheep, and takin. The park also features several trekking routes, scenic lakes, and sacred sites.

Royal Manas National Park

Situated in southern Bhutan, Royal Manas National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a haven for biodiversity. It is one of the few parks in the world that spans tropical, subtropical, and temperate ecosystems, harboring a wide range of flora and fauna. Visitors can explore dense forests, meandering rivers, and grassy plains while spotting endangered species such as the Royal Bengal tiger, Asian elephant, and greater one-horned rhinoceros. Read More About the Park

Jigme Singye Wangchuck National Park: Named after the former king of Bhutan, Jigme Singye Wangchuck National Park is situated in the central part of the country. It encompasses a diverse range of habitats, including subtropical forests, alpine meadows, and high mountain peaks. The park is home to iconic species such as the takin, Himalayan black bear, and red panda, as well as numerous bird species. Read More

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