So much about the isolated, landlocked, Buddhist Kingdom of Bhutan is enchantingly unique. Even its local name, Druk Yul meaning ‘The Land of the Thunder Dragon’, evokes images of dark antiquity.
The reality is no less startling – the national philosophy is based on attaining ‘Gross National Happiness’; the national dish is chillies in cheese sauce; the national sport is archery; the national animal is the ‘takin’ – a weird goat/cow/moose mishmash; the rice is red; and, it’s illegal to buy cigarettes.
Bhutan promotes a policy of low volume tourism and we have five tour options for you starting at 9-days including a short trek from $3140*. Click here to see our options, then call, email or come in and talk to Clare about taking the road less travelled.