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Explore & Trek Central Bhutan

Theme
Trek
Trip Duration
15 Days
Grading
Activity Level
Moderate
Ascent & Descent
7,112 m
Max Elevation
3,878 m
$6,560.00
USD
Per Person
Double Occupancy
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Summary

After visiting Bhutan’s capital, Thimphu, head east as you begin ten days of trekking on the Trans Bhutan Trail. Follow the “Divine Madman Trail” and immerse yourself in the communities along the way. Arrive at the Trongsa Dzong (fortress) by foot in the same way that garps (messengers) would have done centuries ago before visiting the royal city of Bumthang and the charming Ura Valley. Complete your visit with a hike to the famous Tiger’s Nest Monastery.


What's Included

  • Breakfast, lunch and dinner daily (14 breakfast, 14 lunch, 14 dinner)
  • Water during meals and treks
  • Private tour guide daily
  • Transportation 
  • Airport transfer
  • Accommodation
  • Bhutan Sustainable Development Fee
  • Bhutan tourist visa 
  • Activities as indicated in itinerary and description 
  • Support, packing tips and constant communication prior to departure
  • Trans Bhutan Trail passport
  • A Year’s Free Trans Bhutan Trail Membership

What's Not Included

  • Cancellation protection
  • Airfare to and from Paro airport
  • Accommodation or transportation upgrades 
  • Travel insurance 
  • Additional excursions
  • Beverages other than water
  • Laundry

Accommodation

On this trip you will be staying in a mixture of locally-owned 3* hotels as well as at our Signature Campsites. Our campsites include semi-permanent tents, showers, toilets, hot stone baths (where available) and locally sourced organic produce for dinner. If you would like to upgrade to 4* or 5* accommodation please get in touch. 

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Itinerary

On arrival at Paro International Airport today, you will be met by your guide. You will be driven by private vehicle to Bhutan’s Capital city, Thimphu. With elevations ranging between 2,248 metres (7,375 feet) and 2,648 metres (8,688 feet) above sea level, Thimphu is the fifth highest capital city in the world by altitude. It is also the only capital city  in the world without any traffic lights. The city offers a unique blend of the modern world with Bhutanese tradition.

In the afternoon, head to Buddha Point, home to Thimphu’s most recognized landmark, the Buddha Dordenma. Guarding the entry to the Thimphu valley, this 51 metre (167 feet) gilded bronze statue is filled with 125,000 miniature statues and sits atop a three-storey base housing a chapel and thousands of donated statuettes. The statue was commissioned to mark His Majesty the Fourth King of Bhutan, Jigme Singye Wangchuck’s 60th birthday and was originally made in China before being transported to Thimphu in pieces. Your final stop for the day will then be at the Memorial Chorten, a Tibetan-style stupa built in 1974 and one of Thimphu’s busiest religious sites.

Enjoy dinner with your guide at one of the capital’s many excellent restaurants.

Included Activities:

  • Visit Buddha Dordenma
  • Visit Thimphu Memorial Chorten

Accommodation: Tara Phendheling Hotel or similar (3*)

Meals Included: Dinner

After breakfast at your hotel, you will be transferred to the Dochula Pass, east of the capital city. At 3,100 metres (10,200 feet) above sea level, you will be able to enjoy excellent views from Dochula at clearer times of the year. Mountain passes are some of the most sacred places in Bhutan and so it is customary to burn incense as an offering in places such as this. You may also wish to join locals in hanging colourful prayer flags as a sign of respect to the Gods.

While at Dochula you may visit the Druk Wangyal Lhakhang (temple), built in honour of His Majesty the Fourth King Gyalpo Jigme Singye Wangchuck and to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Bhutanese Monarchy. The paintings in this temple are unique insofar as they combine modern flourishes with century-old techniques. The Temple hosts a yearly tshechu (festival) which pays tribute to the wise leadership of His Majesty the King and the ongoing efforts of the Royal Bhutanese Army in protecting Bhutan’s sovereignty. You should also visit the Druk Wangyal Chorten (stupa), also known as the ‘108 Chortens’, and its nearby meditation caves.

From Dochula, head down into the adjacent valley and join a section of the Trail known as the ‘Divine Madman Trail’. You are now following in the footsteps of the Divine Madman himself, Drukpa Kuenley, when he first came to Bhutan from Tibet in the 16th century to fulfill his destiny of suppressing evil energies.

On arrival at Thinleygang, enjoy a picnic lunch and a visit to the Thinleygang Lhakhang (temple), which is where the central monastic body overnights on their two-day journey from the summer residence in Thimphu to the winter residence in Punakha.

After lunch, rejoin your vehicle and head east towards Lobesa, where you will check into your hotel and enjoy dinner with your guide.

Trek Distance: 10.5 kilometres (6.52 miles)
Estimated Trek Duration: 5 hours
Elevation Gain: 50 metres (164 feet)
Starting Elevation: 3,114 metres (10,217 feet)
Ending Elevation: 1,811 metres (5,942 feet)
Maximum Elevation: 3,114 metres (10,217 feet)

Included Activities:

  • Visit Druk Wangyal Lhakhang
  • Visit Druk Wangyal Chorten
  • Hike on the Trans Bhutan Trail
  • Visit Thinleygang Lhakhang

Accommodation: Hotel Lobesa or similar (3*)

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

After breakfast this morning, board your vehicle for a transfer eastwards towards the Pelela Pass. At 3,402 metres (11,162 feet) above sea level, the Pelela Pass is one of Bhutan’s highest and is traditionally considered the boundary between west and central Bhutan. Local craftspeople often sell fine yak-hair products at the roadside here.

At Pelela, re-join the Trans Bhutan Trail. As you descend through the meadows below Pelela, keep an eye out for the remote yak herder camps which can be seen scattered around the valley. Stop in a traditional farmhouse in the village of Rukubji to enjoy a hot lunch, before visiting Rukubji’s village Lhakhang (temple), also known as Kuenzang Choling. It is thought that this temple was built some 300 years ago by a Lama named Tshendhen Duelwa. Unlike most temples, it is not built on a ridge with a view out over a valley, but rather on an extended plateau and close to two rivers: the reason for this is that the Lama is said to have built the temple on top of the head of a snake-demoness which he subdued in the same location. Rukubji is also famous for its unique local language, and you will have the chance to learn about it from the villagers over tea. The dialect, called Ngyen-Kye, is a mix of other dialects from across Bhutan and even some English words, and is now only spoken by a dozen or so households.

You will camp overnight at Rukubji. Once back at the campsite, your crew will invite you to take a hot shower and enjoy a relaxing hot stone bath before serving you a delicious, locally-sourced organic dinner.

Trek Distance: 10 kilometres (6.21 miles)
Estimated Trek Duration: 5 hours
Elevation Gain: 300 metres (984 feet)
Starting Elevation: 3,402 metres (11,162 feet)
Ending Elevation: 2,735 metres (8,973 feet)
Maximum Elevation: 3,402 metres (11,162 feet)

Included Activities:

  • Hike on the Trans Bhutan Trail
  • Visit Rukubji Lhakhang 

Accommodation: Signature Trans Bhutan Trail Camping

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

After breakfast at camp, rejoin the trail for a gentle climb out of the valley and through a forest, before descending to the village of Chendebji; where your camp will be waiting. At Chendebji, visit the Chorten (stupa), which is built at the point on which it is believed that the three ridges and the three edges of the sky meet. The Chorten was built by Lam Ngedup Tshering Wangchuk in order to subdue a local demoness, Nyala Dudm, and bring peace to the Chendebji Valley.

Enjoy a hot shower, a hot stone bath and a locally-sourced organic dinner at the campsite.

Trek Distance: 12 kilometres (7.46 miles)
Estimated Trek Duration: 5 hours
Elevation Gain: 500 metres (1,641 feet)
Starting Elevation: 2,735 metres (8,973 feet)
Ending Elevation: 2,425 meters (7,956 feet)
Maximum Elevation: 2,867 meters (9,406 feet)

Included Activities:

  • Visit Chendebji Chorten
  • Hike on the Trans Bhutan Trail

Accommodation: Signature TBT Camping

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

After breakfast at your camp, re-join the Trail at the Chendebji Chorten (stupa). You will follow the old East-West National Highway for a short while, before heading back deep into the countryside towards the village of Tangsibji. A hot lunch will be served at a farmhouse in Tangsiji.

Today, the Trail route passes the sites of several hydroelectric projects. These clean, renewable energy projects are one of the ways in which Bhutan has achieved its status as the only carbon negative country in the world. Bhutan also exports large amounts of green energy to neighbouring India. You will also have the chance to visit the Trashichoeling Lhakhang (temple), located in Trashiling village. The temple was built in 2002 as an offering to His Majesty the Fourth King of Bhutan by His Holiness the 70th Je Khenpo.

On arrival in Tshangkha, visit the Tshangkha Lhakhang (temple) before heading to your campsite. The ground on which the temple stands is thought to have been first blessed on an unknown date by Lopen Golay of Tshangkha, who gained his wisdom and power from the mantras of the Mindroling monastery in Tibet. The first structure was built here in 1701 by Choezang, who served as the Trongsa Chamberlain, and the site now provides a venue for both social and religious community gatherings.

After your visit, enjoy a hot shower, a hot stone bath and a locally-sourced organic dinner at the campsite.

Trek Distance: 21 kilometres (13.05 miles)
Estimated Trek Duration: 8 hours
Elevation Gain: 728 metres (2,389 feet)
Starting Elevation: 2,425 metres (7,956 feet)
Ending Elevation: 2,276 metres (7,468 feet)
Maximum Elevation: 2,460 metres (8,071 feet)

Included Activities:

  • Hike on the Trans Bhutan Trail
  • Visit Trashichoeling Lhakhang
  • Visit Tshangkha Lhakhang

Accommodation: Signature TBT Camping

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

After breakfast at your camp, head back out onto the Trail for the short, steep climb out of Tshangkha, past the Ugyen Choling and Tshangkha Sheydra. The Trail then drops back down towards the National Highway, which it crosses at the Trongsa viewpoint.

Trongsa is Bhutan’s geographical center point and is very closely linked to the Bhutanese Royal Family: the first two hereditary Kings ruled from Trongsa Dzong (fortress) and the crown prince still traditionally serves as the Penlop (Governor) of Trongsa before acceding to the throne. The Trans Bhutan Trail still passes directly through the middle of the city of Trongsa and, in centuries gone by, the Trail would actually have passed right through Trongsa Dzong itself. Today you will recreate the experience of arriving at this powerful city on foot in the same way the garps (messengers) would have done centuries ago, as you descend into the steep valley below the viewpoint, enjoying spectacular views of the Dzong (fortress) on the opposite side. At the bottom of the valley, you will cross the old cantilever bridge over the Mangde River before heading up the other side of the valley and arriving at the Trongsa Dzong (fortress) via the Western gate.

The remainder of the day will be at leisure to relax, before enjoying dinner with your guide at a local restaurant in the early evening.

Trek Distance: 15.9 kilometres (9.88 miles)
Estimated Trek Duration: 8 hours
Elevation Gain: 1,421 metres (4,662 feet)
Starting Elevation: 2,276 metres (7,468 feet)
Ending Elevation: 2,375 metres (7,792 feet)
Maximum Elevation: 2,491 metres (8,173 feet)

Included Activities: 

  • Hike on the Trans Bhutan Trail

Accommodation: Yangkhill Resort or similar (3*)

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

After breakfast at your hotel, bid farewell to Trongsa and board a private vehicle eastbound towards the mountain pass at Yotongla, where you will rejoin the Trans Bhutan Trail. From Yotongla, the Trail descends through meadows and open forest until it meets the Geytsa River. The last four kilometers (2.49 miles) or so of today’s hike will be a pleasant riverside walk towards Geytsa.

After arriving in Geytsa, you will have the chance to visit the home of a family in the nearby community of Chhumey. There, you will learn about the ancient art of weaving with yak wool, before visiting a local handicraft center.

On arrival back at your campsite in Geytsa, enjoy a hot shower, a hot stone bath and a locally-sourced organic dinner.

Trek Distance: 9.5 kilometres (5.9 miles)
Estimated Trek Duration: 4 hours
Elevation Gain: 50 metres (164 feet)
Starting Elevation: 3,425 metres (11,237 feet)
Ending Elevation: 2,891 metres (9,485 feet)
Maximum Elevation: 3,425 metres (11,237 feet)

Included Activities:

  • Hike on the Trans Bhutan Trail
  • Chhumey village weaving session
  • Visit local handicraft center

Accommodation: Signature TBT Camping

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

After breakfast at camp this morning, head out on to a historic section of the Trail which would traditionally have been used by the Royal family when they transferred between Trongsa and Bumthang or Bumthang and Kuenga Rabten, where His Majesty the Second King had his summer residence. From Geytsa, the Trail rises through pine forests towards the Kikila Pass, where the trail briefly follows the route of the Owl Trek.

From Kiklia, the trail descends gently into the Bumthang Valley, offering spectacular views of Jakar Dzong (fortress) on the way down.

En route, enjoy a picnic lunch and a short visit to Chuchi Lhakhang (temple). Whilst there are no official records of when this temple was built, locals claim that it was one of the 108 temples built across the Himalayan region by King Songsten Gampo in the 10th century.

Time permitting, you may also wish to visit the Bumthang Brewery, producers of Bhutan’s celebrated Red Panda Beer. Nearby is Bhutan’s only commercial cheese factory. Both the brewery and the cheese factory are legacies of a Swiss-run development project called Swiss Farm, which introduced distinctive European farming and production techniques into the Bumthang area.

Dinner this evening will be at a local restaurant with your guide.

Trek Distance: 17.5 kilometres (10.88 miles)
Estimated Trek Duration: 7 hours
Elevation Gain: 847 metres (2,779 feet)
Starting Elevation: 2,891 metres (9,485 feet)
Ending Elevation: 2,574 metres (8,445 feet)
Maximum Elevation: 3,544 metres (11,628 feet)

Included Activities:

  • Hike on the Trans Bhutan Trail
  • Visit Chuchi Lhakhang

Accommodation: Yugharling or similar (3*)

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

After breakfast at your hotel, head east out of Bumthang, climbing towards the Lhodrak Karchu Monastery and enjoying spectacular views over Chamkhar town and the Babzur Valley as you go. Pay a visit to the monastery, which is one of the most important in Bhutan. It is believed to have been founded in 1984 by Namkhai Nyingpo Rinpoche, a descendent of a Tibetan lama whose spiritual lineage can be traced back to one of the close disciples of the great Buddhist Guru Padmasambhava. Originally, the two-story monastery was large enough to accommodate 70 monks, but has since grown considerably and is now home to over 400. The building houses a huge assembly hall with imposing statues of Guru Rinpoche and a beautiful terrace with breathtaking views of the Chhokhor Valley and Jakar Dzong.

The Trail begins to descend as you reach the village of Babzur and continue towards the Pema Choling Nunnery. Women and girls who enrol here follow a nine-year course in the Nyingma Peling Buddhist tradition and are known for a particular drum ceremony known as “chod”.

After your visit to the nunnery, the Trail continues south towards the sacred Mebartsho (the Burning Lake), where, in the 15th century, the great treasure hunter Pema Lingpa is said to have discovered several of Guru Rinpoche’s hidden treasures. Lingpa had a dream in which he was summoned to this particular location on the Tang River and, when he arrived, he saw at the bottom of the river a temple with many doors, one of which was open. He then swam down into a large cave where he was handed a treasure chest by a one-eyed woman. He would later repeat the feat in the presence of the local people and whilst holding a lit butter lamp which did not go out underwater – and it is because of that that this pool was named “burning lake”.

Enjoy a typical Bhutanese lunch at a local farmhouse in the nearby village of Phomdrong. During your visit, your host will show you how to make Bumthap Putha, a special type of buckwheat noodle traditional to the Bumthang region.

This evening head to your campsite to rest for the night. 

Trek Distance: 15.25 kilometres (9.48 miles)
Estimated Trek Duration: 6 hours
Elevation Gain: 840 metres (2,756 feet)
Starting Elevation: 2,574 metres (8,445 feet)
Ending Elevation: 2,713 metres (8,901 feet)
Maximum Elevation: 3,109 metres (10,201 feet)

Included Activities:

  • Hike on the Trans Bhutan Trail
  • Visit Lhodrak Karchu Monastery
  • Visit Pema Choling Nunnery
  • Visit Mebartsho (Burning Lake)
  • Cookery lesson at a local farmhouse

Accommodation: Signature Trans Bhutan Trail Camping

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

After breakfast, re-join the Trail and head south west towards the town of Ura. The Trail follows the old East-West highway for a short while before cutting back into the rolling countryside, passing fields of buckwheat. Enjoy a picnic lunch near the village of Tangsiji where you will rest before taking on the switchback climb towards the Sheytangla Chorten (stupa) – the views of the Ura valley from here are fantastic. From the Chorten, descend down into the valley towards Ura.

In Ura, visit the Ura Lhakhang (temple). Built in 1982, its main statue is a two-story Guru. According to locals, another, human-size copper Guru housed in the temple was responsible for saving the Valley from the spread of chronic leprosy in the past.

Trek Distance: 18 kilometres (11.19 miles)
Estimated Trek Duration: 7 hours
Elevation Gain: 1,182 metres (3,878 feet)
Starting Elevation: 2,713 metres (8,901 feet)
Ending Elevation: 3,139 metres (10,299 feet)
Maximum Elevation: 3,576 metres (11,733 feet)

Included Activities:

  • Hike on the Trans Bhutan Trail
  • Visit Sheytangla Chorten
  • Visit Ura Lhakhang

Accommodation: Signature Trans Bhutan Trail Camping

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

After breakfast, board a private vehicle for a transfer back towards Bumthang. On arrival in Bumthang, visit the Jambay Lhakhang (temple), which is said to be one of the 180 temples built by Tibetan King Songtsen Gampo on a single day, to pin down an ogress to earth forever.

Also visit the majestic Jakar Dzong (fortress), also known as the ‘Castle of the White Bird’. This huge structure dominates the Chamkhar Valley and the town below it. It was built in 1549 by the Tibetan Lam Nagi Wangchuk and was Eastern Bhutan’s main defensive stronghold. Later, it became the seat of the First King of Bhutan. Unique features include its 50 metre utse (tower) and a sheltered passage with two parallel walls, interconnected by fortified towers, which guaranteed the fortress’s inhabitants access to water during a siege.

Dinner this evening will be with your guide at a local restaurant. 

Trek Distance: 11.9 kilometres (7.4 miles)
Estimated Trek Duration: 8 hours
Elevation Gain: 1,024 metres (3,360 feet)
Starting Elevation: 3,139 metres (10,299 feet)
Ending Elevation: 3,472 metres (11,392 feet)
Maximum Elevation: 3,878 metres (12,724 feet)

Included Activities:

  • Visit Jambay Lhakhang
  • Visit Jakar Dzong

Accommodation: Yugharling or similar  (3*)

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

After breakfast at your hotel, board your vehicle for a transfer from Bumthang to Punakha. En route, stop in the town of Trongsa. Enjoy a tour of Trongsa Dzong (fortress), which was first built by Ngagi Wangchuck as a small meditation room in 1541, after he discovered self-manifested hoof-prints belonging to the deity Pelden Lhamo on the same spot. Trongsa, which means ‘new village’ in the local dialect, soon sprung up around the site. The Dzong (fortress) was built in its present form in 1644 and then enlarged again at the end of the 17th century. It is home to some 450 district monks who spend their winters in Trongsa and their summers in Bumthang. You will visit a selection of the Dzong’s 23 lhakhangs (temples), before heading to the Trongsa Ta Dzong (watchtower), which now houses the interesting Royal Heritage Museum.

On arrival in Punakha, there may be some time for sightseeing, including a tour of the Dzong (fortress), which was built by Zhabdrung Ngawang Namgyal in around 1637 at the confluence of the Phochhu (male river) and the Mochhu (female river). Arguably, it is the most beautiful Dzong in the country. The Dzong guards Bhutan’s most treasured relic, the Rangjung Kharsapani, an image of Chenresig kept away from the public in the utse (tower). It has survived Tibetan invasions, numerous fires, floods and a glacial lake burst. The Dzong served as the capital and seat of the Bhutanese Government until the early 1950s; and the coronation of His Majesty the First Druk, Gyalpo Ugyen Wangchuck, took place here. The building currently serves as the winter residence for the monastic body.

Dinner will be with your guide in a local restaurant in Punakha.

Included Activities:

  • Visit Trongsa Dzong
  • Visit Punakha Dzong

Accommodation: Zhingkham Resort or similar (3*)

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

After breakfast at your hotel, head west along the National Highway once more. You will make a stop at the Dochula Pass, where you will rejoin the Trans Bhutan Trail for one last walk down towards Thimphu. Below Dochula, the Trail passes through dense forest and across meadows as far as Hongtsho, were it begins to traverse orchards, strawberry fields, and market gardens. When you reach Simtokha, visit Simtokha Dzong (fortress), said to be the first dzong in Bhutan built to house both administrative and monastic residents. It is also the oldest dzong to have survived as a complete structure. The Dzong boasts many fine murals, carvings and tapestries, a three-storey utse (tower), and a number of chapels.

From Simtokha, continue by vehicle to Paro, where you will check in at your hotel before heading out for dinner with your guide.

Trek Distance: 15.5 kilometres (9.63 miles)
Estimated Trek Duration: 5 hours
Elevation Gain: 170 metres (558 feet)
Starting Elevation: 3,100 metres (10,171 feet)
Ending Elevation: 2,318 meters (7,605 feet)
Maximum Elevation: 3,180 meters (10,433 feet)

Included Activities:

  • Hike on the Trans Bhutan Trail
  • Visit Simtokha Dzong

Accommodation: Dewachen Resort & Spa or similar (3*)

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

After breakfast this morning, head northwest out of Paro by private vehicle for a visit to the iconic Taktshang Goemba, more commonly known as the ‘Tiger’s Nest Monastery’. Precariously perched on a sheer cliff face 900 metres (2,950 feet) above the Paro Valley floor, the Tiger’s Nest is undoubtedly Bhutan’s most famous religious building. It is built on the site where Guru Rinpoche is said to have arrived on the back of a tigress when he came to subdue the local demon, Singye Samdrup. After subduing the demon, Guru Rinpoche is said to have meditated in a cave here for three whole months.

The Monastery is only accessible by foot via a one and a half to two hour hike up the valley side. The trek offers spectacular views from the ridge and passes a small chorten, a basic monastery, and a waterfall on its way.

Once you have reached the Tiger’s Nest, you will have a chance to visit the cave where Guru Rinpoche meditated, as well as the extensive network of Lhakhangs (chapels) which house images, murals, chortens, and a holy spring. You may also wish to make a diversion to the attractive Machig-phu Lhakhang (temple) on the way back down to the access road.

After the visit, you will head back to your hotel in Paro, where you will be able to relax for the remainder of the day or do some last-minute shopping for souvenirs.

In the evening, enjoy a farewell dinner with your guide at a nearby restaurant.

Included Activities:

  • Visit Tiger's Nest

Accommodation: Dewachen Resort & Spa or similar (3*)

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

After breakfast this morning, you will be transferred to the airport for your international departure flight.

Meals Included: Breakfast

Additional Activities

Looking for something more? These activities are examples of excursions or activities that are available to travellers that are not included in this trip fee. These activities can be subject to availability. Contact us with any questions regarding these additional activities.
Yoga

Yoga

Mountain Biking

Mountain Biking

Ara Ceremony

Ara Ceremony

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Dates & Prices

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Fees

Our trip prices include the Bhutanese Sustainable Development Fee and your Bhutanese visa fee. An example breakdown of the trips price can be seen below. This example is base on the per person price for 2 people in a twin or double room.

  • Bhutanese Visa Fee
    $40
  • Bhutanese Sustainable Development Fee
    All visitors to Bhutan must pay the Sustainable Development Fee but this is included in the price of your trip.
    $2,800
  • Travel Services Fee
    Accommodation, meals, guides, transport and activities etc.
    $3,720
  • Total
    $6,560

October 04 2022 - October 18 2022

$6,560pp

12 Available Spaces

October 17 2022 - October 31 2022

$6,560pp

12 Available Spaces

October 31 2022 - November 14 2022

$6,560pp

12 Available Spaces

November 14 2022 - November 28 2022

$6,560pp

12 Available Spaces

November 28 2022 - December 12 2022

$6,560pp

12 Available Spaces

April 03 2023 - April 17 2023

$6,560pp

12 Available Spaces

May 01 2023 - May 15 2023

$6,560pp

12 Available Spaces

September 18 2023 - October 02 2023

$6,560pp

12 Available Spaces

October 16 2023 - October 30 2023

$6,560pp

12 Available Spaces
Total: $6,560.00 USD
Cancellation Protection (Optional - 4%) - $262.40 USD