Bhutan

Bhutan

It is our mind, and that alone, that chain us or sets us free.

- Dzongsar Khyentse Rinpoche -

Known to the Bhutanese as “drunk yul” or “Land of the Thunder dragon”, Bhutan is the last Buddhist kingdom in the Himalayas. One of the world’s most mysterious and undiscovered destinations in the world. A country where spirits and myths are an accepted part of daily life and where the Gross National Happiness of its people is used as an official measure of development by the government.


This country is the world’s only carbon-negative country. It’s a destination where sacred mountains remain unclimbed, and fishing is banned from its pristine rivers. Bhutan is praised for its environmental protection, cultural preservation and history that stems back millennia.


With a temperate climate, Bhutan is an ideal year-round destination. March to April and September to November offer pleasant weather for hiking and trekking. May to August presents lush landscapes with blooming flowers and vegetation. December to February brings sunny days and clear mountain views. Set out on an adventure through the remote Himalayan kingdom of Bhutan, Discover Bhutan’s colourful history and wealth of traditions while exploring the capital Thimphu. Visit Tashichho Dzong at dusk, and hike to the Cheri Goemba, a picturesque temple and monastery where the Kingdom’s first monastic body was established. Interact and meet local people to gain insights into the secrets of Bhutan’s wellbeing.


Spent your time exploring the town and countryside of Paro, and of course, climbing to the famous Tiger’s Nest. Perched cliffside with breath taking views, the famed temple complex was first built in 1692 around the cave where a revered Guru was said to have meditated in the 8th century. Experience a helicopter adventure on your luxury holiday in Bhutan, combined with off-road biking and be the first to carve tracks down untouched paths. Bask in the scenery with a hike to sacred Buddhist Temples and train in the Bhutan’s national sport: Archery.


Bhutan provides a wide array of captivating experiences and is home to extraordinary accommodations and wellness centre across the country located in the most engaging and picturesque landscapes.