The roadless travelled-eastern bhutan tour

  • Explore the valley Western valleys of Thimphu, Paro, Punakha and Phobjikha.

    • Hike to the stunning Paro Taktsang Gonpa or Tiger’s Nest Monastery perched on a mountain cliff; 900 meters above the valley. It is Bhutan’s most sacred and iconic site. 

    • Visit the exquisite Thimphu Tashichoedzong.

    • Capture the gigantic Buddha Dordenma Statue overlooking the Thimphu valley.

    • Visit the National Memorial Chorten where people from all walk of life flock in to circumambulate the monument.

    • Visit Dochula Pass a wonderful sight at 3,100 meters which is a concentration of 108 memorial stupas known as “Druk Wangyal Chortens”. Enjoy the spectacular panoramic view of the snow-laden Himalayas.

    • Be rewarded to an awe-inspiring view of the Golden Punakha valley from Khamsum Yulley Namgyal Chorten.

    •  Feast your eyes to the intricate carving, sculptor and architecture of Punakha Dzong.


    Delve into the Central valleys of Trongsa & Bumthang.

    • Visit Bumthang Valley, the most beautiful and the spiritual heartland of Bhutan. Known as the “Switzerland of the East”, it is home to some of the great Buddhist teachers. 
    • Discover and learn about the stories and myths of the constructions of the ancient Jambay Lhakhang and Tamzhing Lhakhang.
    • Learn about the importance of Kurje Lhakhang.

    Explore the remote Eastern villages of Tashigang, Tashiyangtshe & Mongar.

    • Unwind at yak herder’s camp with hot butter tea.
    • Enjoy the hospitability of the people of East
    • Try your skills with organic cooking from selection of your favorite organic food.
    • Treat your lungs to fresh air every day
    • Lend your hands in traditional weaving of Bura
    • Discover the stories related to Chorten Kora.
    • Experience the medieval ambience of nomad lifestyles: Merak
    • Detour to Dramtse Gompa, which is one of the most important monasteries of eastern Bhutan. This is the place from where the famous Naga Chham (Drums of Dramtse), mask dance with drums originated. This dance is ubiquitous feature of many festivals and also it was included to the UNESCO list of oral and intangible heritage

$ 3960

Package cost : 

USD 3960 per Person basis on double sharing basis 

Single Room Supplement: 

USD 40 per Person and per Night 

  • A Sustainable Tourism Royalty (SDF) to the Royal Government of Bhutan which goes towards the economic developmental works such as in the education, helath, road sectors, etc.,

  • Bhutan Visa

  • Accommodations  in 3-star property

  • All Meals (Breakfast- Lunch & Dinner)

  • Internal Transportation (excluding Internal Flights)

  • A licensed Bhutanese Tour guide for the extend of your stay (with birding knowledge)

  • Entry Fees to Monuments

  • Bottled water while traveling

Complementary from the company 

  • Traditional Hot stone bath 

  • Airfare (Can be arranged with us)

  • Travel Insurance

  • Any Expenses of Personal Nature