Customize Your Luxury Vacation


• Experience the most unique areas of Bhutan on a fully tailored journey

• Choose your companions and enjoy exclusive access to some of Bhutan’s most significant sights, guided by a local for the duration of your stay

• There are no set dates—the best times of the year to travel are October to April

• This itinerary can be customized to your interests, specifications and group

• Pricing is per person, based on double occupancy

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What's Included

The price of this all-inclusive custom journey covers everything from travel by car or helicopter, hotels, all daily activities unless specifically outlined, top-of-the-line guides and gratuities. The price excludes international flights to and from your home.

Explore the journey
  1. Begin your explorations in stunning Thimphu

    Upon arrival you will meet your guide, who will accompany you throughout your stay. Thimphu, located in a wide valley surrounded by high peaks, is the perfect place to start your Bhutan journey. The juxtaposition of ancient tradition and modern living make Thimphu the ideal place to immerse yourself in the contemporary Bhutanese lifestyle.

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  2. Travel through the Himalayas to serene Gangtey

    Rise early and take a scenic drive from Thimphu to Gangtey, a beautiful glacial valley bordering a national park. Enjoy jaw-dropping views of the Himalayas en route. Stop for lunch at a local café and continue onwards to Gangtey, a peaceful place of flourishing wildlife and culinary secrets to discover.

  3. Continue your exploration of Bhutanese culture in Punakha

    Vibrant and colorful prayer flags framed by tall mountains, terrace farms, and classic Bhutanese architecture mark your arrival in Punakha. This city was the capital of Bhutan until 1955. Evidence of this can be seen in the Punakha Dzong, a stunning monastery where all of Bhutan’s kings have been crowned.

  4. From ancient traditions to modern lifestyle, explore all that Paro has to offer

    Paro manages to retain its peaceful, pastoral nature despite many modern developments. Planted fields cover the valley floor while isolated farms and shrines dot the landscape. There are over 150 shrines in the area.  Hiking to one of the most well-known, Tiger’s Nest, is an achievement for any adventurous soul.