Best of bhutan- spiritual cultural & nature


Explore the western regions of Thimphu, Paro, Punakha, and Phobjikha

  • Hike to the spectacular Tiger’s Nest Monastery
  • Take an invigorating walk to Tachog Lhakhang on the way to Thimphu
  • Stroll through the bustling little city of Thimphu
  • Enjoy the view of the Himalayan ranges at Dochula pass
  • Walk to the temple of fertility through the traditional village of Sopsokha
  • Enjoy the intricate pattern of Punakha Dzong
  • Explore the Gangtey Nature Trail Hike

Cultural Experience

  • Visit the beautiful village of Talo & the famous phallus village & check out the village life
  • Traditional farmhouse experience
  • Meet the local people
  • Learn the myth of divine madman
  • Participate in 108 Butter lamp offering
  • Traditional hot stone bath
  • Try your skills in a local game of archery

Monastic Experience

  • You can participate in Morning Prayer from 5:30 AM to 6:15Am
  • We can have an evening meditation class from 5:30pm to 6:30pm on Shamatha meditation, loving and kindness or Vipassana.
  • You can also participate in evening prayer from 6:30pm to 7:30pm

 The other Things we can do are:

  • Hoist Prayer flags
  • Smoke Offering/Wine offering/ Butter Lamp Offering
  • Attending Dharma talk- Private Meeting with the abbot (Khenpo) of Shedra
  • Attend Dharma Talk
  • Eat dinner with monks
  • Spiritual cleansing bestows by lama.

Day Hiking

  • Tiger’s Nest/Taktsang Monastery- Hanging onto a precarious almost vertical mountain cliff, it’s a spectacular sight in terms of location, setting and history and is one of the holiest sites in the Buddhist arena.
  • Be the first few to discover the recently opened Trans Bhutan trail, by walking through ancient routes.

(Thimphu: Walk to the village of Debsi – 3km/2 miles, 1½ hours walking)

  • Take an enchanting hike to the ancient Zuri Dzong.
  • Hike through the picturesque natural splendor of the glacial Phobjikha valley.

Thimphu Festival

The four day Thimphu Festival consists of 25 sacred mask dances conducted in full vigour and twenty four traditional Folk songs. From the second day through the fourth day  is a Government holiday where people come  together and share time with family and friends and participate in the Thimphu Festival. It consists of dances like fire dance, Dance of Four Groups of Garudas, Stick Dance, the drum dance of Dorji Lingpa, Dance of Lord of Death, Dance of Dramitse and many other colorful and unique dances.

Bhutan Homestay Experience

Located in picturesque village of Talo, Punakha, Leki Wangmo homestay offers  beautiful views of  Punakha valley. They have a beautiful Kitchen garden outside the house, from where Mrs. Leki will pick up fresh organic vegetables and cook for you.

From here you can stroll to nearby village (Laptshakha / Nobgang ) or go on a short hikes. The place is blessed with variance of birds. The rooms are well equipped with  attached bathroom. If you want to enjoy the quaint ambiance of village life , this is the right Bhutan homestay for you. Your host Ms. Leki Wangmo is a warm and you wouldn’t leave disappointed.

Bumdra 1N Camp

Bumdra is a legendary location with ancient tales of one hundred, thousand angels descending at the location and leaving footprints on the rocks 800 years ago. It is located at an altitude of 3800 meters above sea level (12,500 feet above sea level). The hike may require some level of fitness as it can be challenging to some others. The first day trek is mostly uphill. 

Some yaks or horses will be there to carry all of your luggage except for your personal backpack. Your guide will be with you at all times and will ensure your safety, security and interests throughout.


Duration: 2 days (Day 1: Paro- Bumdra Monastery; Day 2: Bumdra -Taktsang-Paro)

Distance: Starting point- Bumdra: 7 Kms (4-5 Hours); Bumdra – Taktsang- Paro: 7 Kms (3-4 hours)

Difficulty level: Moderate 


$ 2140

  • Package cost : 

USD 2,140 per Person on double sharing basis 

  • Minimum number of participants required: 2 people


  • A sustainable tourism Royalty (SDF) to the Royal Government of Bhutan which goes towards the economic developmental works such as in the education , health, roads, etc.,

  • Bhutan Visa

  • Accommodations in 3- star properties. (Can be upgraded to 4 & 5-star with additional Premium)

  • All Meals (Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner)

  • Certified English Speaking Bhutanese Guide.

  • All ground transportation

  • All internal taxes and charges including Entry Fees

  • Mineral Water while traveling

Complimentary from company:

  • Traditional Hot Stone Bath 

  • Airfare (Can be arranged with us)

  • Travel Insurance

  • Any Expenses of Personal Nature

  • Tips for Guide & Driver