Bhutan is a landlocked Himalayan kingdom that has preserved its unique culture and traditions. With its breath-taking scenery, from lush green terraced rice-paddies rolling up to high mountain passes with Buddhist prayers fluttering in the wind, to the snow-capped mountains above.
From London: 11.5 hours with stopover in Delhi, Singapore or Bangkok
It takes about 3 weeks to obtain visas for a visit to Bhutan and we will look after this for you.
Best time to visit is October to December and February to May. There are a number of festivals celebrated in Bhutan, in particular Tshechu, which takes place during late summer and autumn with Thimpu Tshechu being the most popular. Losar, or lunar New Year, is also a much celebrated event but exact dates are difficult to predict, it tends to be celebrated around February or March.
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