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No other country does a better job at preserving their cultural identity than Bhutan. Bhutan is extraordinary being the last great Himalayan Kingdom, where traditional Buddhist culture carefully embraces modern global developments.
Bhutan’s strategy of “low volume, high quality” tourism has made it a highly regarded destination. Sample the charms of this isolated Himalayan Kingdom as it reminds you of the true meaning of cultural authenticity. On the streets, traditional dress remains the preferred attire and the local languages Dzongkha and Sharchop can be heard. Native Dzongkha-style architectural features still grace every building and Buddhism colors just about every aspect of life.
Our Recommended Journeys
Taj Mahal & Tiger’s Nest
14 Days from $4,925 per person
This trip makes a great introduction tour of India and Bhutan. See the breathtaking beauty of the Taj Mahal, the unbelievable Tiger’s Nest Monastery, and many more UNESCO’s World Heritage sites, all in 2 weeks.
Taj Mahal & The Himalayas
14 Days $5,040 per person
Discover India’s Golden Triangle as well as Bhutan and Nepal, two Himalayan countries little touched by the passage of time. View the stunning “Tiger’s Nest” Monastery, stroll through Kathmandu’s Durbar Square and be mesmerized by the stunning Taj Mahal.
Himalayan Kingdoms: Bhutan
8 Days $3,720 per person
When is the best time to visit Bhutan?
The best time to visit Bhutan is typically February to May, and October to November. During the spring months of March to May, the famous rhododendrons bloom, flooding the valleys with color. In October the Himalayan peaks are at their most visible with the clear skies which make the best time for trekking on the cold side. To see the rare black-necked cranes, visit the Phobjikha Valley between late October and mid-February. It is generally hotter and more humid from June to September when the monsoon rains cover the mountains.