NEW TREK

Sinchula Low Altitude Winter Trek

A newly discovered route which explores the wonders of the Bhutanese mountains and forests in the winter season. Read about the adventures behind the discovery of this trekking gem.

EAST BHUTAN TOUR

EAST BHUTAN TOUR

Travel to Eastern Bhutan

Travel the less explored mile to tap into the rich history, beautiful remote art and humble way of life that prevails in Eastern Bhutan. Discover the unique tours of this regions.

TREKKING IN BHUTAN

Explore Bhutan through Trekking

A successful trek in Bhutan is a result of a synergy that exists between the crew and our clients. Appreciate the pristine terrain and rare wildlife at high altitudes as you bask in the rare sense of accomplishment after trek.

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BHUTAN TRAVEL

Today, Bhutan, the land of the Thunder Dragon, is one of the most highly acclaimed travel destinations in the world. To the discerning international traveler, Bhutan has become an exotic and enticing final frontier. Bhutan’s present travel status comes as no surprise given that this tiny kingdom, the size of Switzerland, was sequestered from the world for centuries. Bhutan travel and tours are very popular, and Bhutan Travelers have much to offer with updated trekking, travel and tour packages to fully experience Bhutan.

Bhutan has a lot to offer to the world. Most of our regions are unexplored. Rich and pristine forests with an abundance of bird and animal lives make Bhutan a paradise for nature lovers. Zealously guarded national identity, rich tradition, and culture, unique dress codes and language make Bhutan a unique country in Asia.

Towering Dzongs or fortresses, farmhouses and wooden bridges are the epitome of rich ancient art and architecture.  Buddhist principles of compassion, non-violence, the law of Karma and peaceful co-existence forms the basis of our action and thinking.  Gross National Happiness, a concept that advocates happiness rather than material wealth is a foundation stone for plan and policies. Travel to Bhutan to experience all this and more and meet the friendly and tradition-bound Bhutanese. 

Travel to Bhutan is still regulated through a policy of high-value tourism. Bhutan travel is one of high quality and truly an enriching experience. Bhutan trekking and tours are something everyone should experience at least once in their lives, and many of our clients have also come back. The door to this mythical Buddhist kingdom was opened only three decades ago. Come see, before it changes. 

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WESTERN, CENTRAL & EASTERN BHUTAN

Travel to Bhutan to gain insight on the unbelievably multicultural grandeur, languages, distinct regions, customs and way of life.

Western Bhutan is known for its spectacular scenery with rice paddy fields and orchard cascading down magnificent mountains and rivers. Paro is dotted with Tudor-like English homes, and the very popular tiger’s nest day tour is an exploration of the north of the Paro valley. Thimphu, the capital city is a mix of modern and ancient traditions. Punakha valley has one of the most beautiful fortresses in Bhutan, built-in between the confluence of male and female rivers it looks like an anchored ship. Phobjikha, the highest glacial valley is the winter home for rare black naked cranes.

Central Bhutan is the cultural heartland of the country. Trongsa houses the largest Dzong in Bhutan and the Tower of Trongsa is a museum worth a visit. Bumthang is the largest valley with numerous ancient temples and monasteries. 

Eastern Bhutan is culturally distinct from western and central Bhutan. It is more remote, people are simple, tradition-bound and region ruggedly terrain and less explored. Lhuentse is famous for its rich textile weaving tradition. Radhi village in Trashigang is known producing for Bura, the textiles woven from raw silk. Trashiyangtse is famous for carving wooden bowls. The twin villages of Merak and Sakten offers  interesting lifestyles of Brokpa, a semi-nomadic tribes of north east of Bhutan.

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In this trek, stuff have been transported to the campsite, which is pitched relatively close to the village, by minivans. This trek could be better off as a lodge-trek, where people walk and sleep in farmhouses for meals till the end of the trek.
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The people living in Merak Sakten area are semi-nomadic yak herders with a unique and fascinating culture in the world. They speak a different dialect, have their own deities and wear a unique style of dress. They wear headgear made of yak-hair with five tentacles designed to draw away the rain. 
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Although remote, Eastern Bhutan has a rich history, beautiful art and architecture. The six districts each with its own distinct language, culture, and way of life adds to its diversity. Eastern Bhutanese are humble, simple and shy meek.
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Top Things To Do In Bhutan

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1. GO TO EASTERN BHUTAN

Bhutan’s road-less-traveled is eastern Bhutan. Simplicity of eastern Bhutanese people, rugged terrains, unexplored festivals and trek routes make eastern Bhutan most sought-after regions in Bhutan.  Semi-nomadic twin villages of Merak and Sakten, rich textile weaving cultures of Lhuntse, raw silk in Radhi villages and wood works of Trashiyangtse are worth exploring.

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2. RAFTING & MOUNTAIN BIKING

River rafting is becoming increasingly popular because of the many rivers in Bhutan, ranging from turbulent alpine rivulets to staid wide sub-tropical rivers. These adventures offer splendid views of fortresses and people going about their daily chores as towns and villages are all located alongside rivers. Grades range from the basic to beyond the most dangerous.

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3. WEARING GHO & KIRA

Man’s dress Gho and woman’s Kira is most fascinating dresses in Bhutan. Gho is a knee-length robe resembling a Scottish kilt.  Its tied at the waist by traditional belt made of cotton weave. Kira an ankle-length dress is wrapped and folded around the body and pinned at both shoulders, usually with silver brooches.  Its then tied at the waist with a long belt. Its worn with tego or the upper jacket.

Essential Tips & Recommendations

TRAVEL GUIDE

To anyone who wish to plan their trip to any destinations, first thing that comes to your mind is when is the best time?  Its essential as weather could make your trip interesting or worthless. Find out when is the best time to plan your trip to Bhutan.
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Bhutanese tourists Visa unlike other countries is not stamped on arrival at airport. Embassies abroad cannot grant it either. But it must be arranged through local tour companies. Read more on Visa applications and how to process your visa to Bhutan. 
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Planning a trip to Bhutan can be exciting as well as daunting. Deciding where to stay, what to see, how to get around, how you will convert your currency and more.. This article will explain how to plan your trip to Bhutan successfully.
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LIFESTYLE GUIDE

Bhutan is an amazing travel destination. The fun part of going to a new country for the first time is getting out of your comfort zone and experiencing a new culture that’s entirely different from your own.  If you are traveling to Bhutan for the first time, here are some travel guides that can help prepare you for the trip. Read More -> 

Bhutan is one of those travel destinations that people often dream about but never get to visit because its expensive. However, at times it totally depends on kind of service you would want. Although minimum set tariff to Bhutan is set as $250, it will depend on what you want and subsidiary service you use.
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Have doubts and questions on Bhutan? Relax! We have got answers for you. Bhutan was voted number one country to travel to in 2020 by Lonely Planet. And, travelers have all sorts of queries too. We answered the frequently asked questions from our Guest.
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What people have to say about us?

“A friend and I did a five days/four nights cultural tour with day hikes in western Bhutan with Bhutan Travelers. The trip was extremely well organized and carried out, and ended up being one of my all time favorite travel experiences, after several travels in almost 80 countries. “

“Travel to Bhutan requires a local travel company. After researching as best as I could, I selected Bhutan Travelers to coordinate/plan the trip for the four of us. Bhutan Travelers is operated by Karma and over a ten week period, we exchanged about 90 emails as we worked out the details of our trip. The travel/tourist itinerary was outstanding, as were our guide and driver. Our guide was informative, gracious and accommodating.  “

“We loved this trip and had unique experiences with the people due to the careful planning and extra special concern of our needs and wants during this fantastic trip of a lifetime. A huge thank you to all involved. Karma the owner of the company was very attentive and gracious. We thank you for making our trip so special. We will highly recommend you to our friends. A Big Thank You. “