Eastern Bhutan

We constantly strive to step aside from run-of-the-mill tours to give you a unique experience in Bhutan. For that reason, we are promoting East Bhutan, the less frequented than the West and Central regions. Traveling to the remote East gives you the perfect opportunity to wander off the beaten track and explore the untapped asset of the Kingdom. Although remote, East 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. The isolated settlements, deep valleys and lush verdant forests amplify the region’s ruggedness differing from other places. Come see before it changes.

Your tour in Eastern Bhutan includes Lhuentse where you can explore Khoma village to watch women weaving the endemic high-priced textile called Kishu Thara, and appreciate how this ancient tradition is still kept alive. Trashigang, the largest district of Bhutan, is a wonderful place for excursions to different interesting villages nearby…


from $3,640


17Days | 16Nights

The annual festival held in Khaling village is a remote local festival which is centuries old. You will be fortunate to find only yourself among the locals with hardly any other visitors. The festival is also frequented by nearby locals and people from Merak and Sakten who are semi-nomadic yak herders. You will get to witness their indigenous culture and interesting garments…


from $2,965


14days | 13nights

You will start your trip from Samdrup Jongkhar in the south east, a small town bordering the Indian state of Assam. As you ascend from the southern foothills through the sub-tropical forests you will come across Dewathang which once was a battleground for the Bhutanese and British-India. You will get the opportunity to observe the dying processes and weaving of raw silk textiles in Radhi village, Trashigang…


from $3,865


18days | 17nights


  • Clock Tower Square
  • P.O Box # 1298
  • Thimphu 11001, Bhutan

  • +975 2 328868 (P)
  • +975 2 328869 (F)
  • +975 17481855 (C)