- Call us to discuss your dreams and your plans
- Take a break from your Zoom anxieties and Zoom fatigues and relish in planning your next journey
- Several places have cautiously opened up and our travellers have already been there
- More and more regions, areas and countries are gradually opening up
It is high time for a personalized trip into this rejuvenated, reinvented and renewed world. A mindful new world of safe and evolved travel is awaiting you. We look forward to enjoying it with you.
Let us know what is on your mind and where you want to rejuvenate and regenerate. Most of our 2020 tours and treks listed here have been revived for this year with slightly modified dates. We are working towards operating all our trips as possible
- The best news first: As of now the kingdom is almost 100% vaccinated.
- Next best news. At the end of April 2022, the Kingdom of Bhutan has had fewer than 30 deaths so far.
- Possibly good news: According to the Tourism Council, the most likely date for re-opening is September 2022. However, you can surely start planning your travel into Bhutan for any future dates without any financial or other commitments before the official tourism reopening is announced.
Currently flights into and out of the kingdom are operating on a reduced and limited schedules. See COVID Updates for the latest information.
|You can also browse the Festival Dates to build a specialized trip around your desired festival.|
|Learn more about Moderate Treks
Generally no more than 5 or 6 days in duration with a maximum altitude of 12,000 – 13,000ft, which is just below timberline. While no previous experience is required, you need to be in good physical shape and should enjoy hiking for most of the day and camping at night. It is for those who enjoy a weekend in the hills or mountains at home and are capable of roughing out a bit for 3-4days. Ideal for those with fewer days and looking for something a little more challenging, energetic and wanting to combine it with the kingdom’s cultural highlights.
|Learn more about High Treks
Can be from 7 to 21 days in duration and reach altitudes of above 13,000ft. Previous experience is necessary. You are not only away from all forms of modernity, you are in true wilderness and villages are quite rare. There are no roads and even fewer trails. Starting with rhododendron forests at the foothills your trail will lead you through alpine meadows around snow peaked Himalayas opening into emerald green valleys with crystal clear lakes. Awesome passes crossed can be as high as 15,000 – 18,000 feet. While no technical climbing skills are required, you need to be in exceptionally good physical condition and should enjoy strenuous hiking and camping overnights for extended periods.
|Learn more about Glamping
Bhutan Travel’s Glamping (or Luxury Camping) is the best way to love and achieve contentment with pristine nature with some tone of modern comfort. Imagine your own luxury tents with comfortable plush, pillow-top beds inside them. Then imagine that some elves set up these lovely tents for you in one of the most exquisite pine forests or at a fabulously scenic location. Then imagine waking every morning to a cool breeze and chirping birds outside your canvas as if you’re roughing it— but not really. You woke up to a hot tea in bed inside your tent. You freshened up in the toilet and the bathroom tent. You enjoy hot cooked breakfast – not over a campfire, but in the kitchen tent prepared by our gourmet cooks and served by our staff. Experience pristine nature where you enjoy breathtaking landscapes for the day before returning back to your luxury camp perhaps to enjoy your evenings in traditional hot stone baths.
|All these very special tours are new and exclusive to Bhutan Travel.|