Experience a Tsechu Festival in Bhutan

There is nothing like seeing a Tsechu Festival in Bhutan. Tsechu means “the tenth day” of the lunar calendar when Guru Rinpoche, the patron saint of Bhutan, was born. The focus of the festivals are … Read More

Top Sustainable Travel Destinations for 2013

Each year, we see different countries capture the collective attention of the travel community as they plan their next adventures. Here’s three of the top destinations that we expect to send a lot of travelers … Read More

5 Reasons You Need to Go to Bhutan This Spring

Bhutan, the Land of the Thunder Dragon, is a cultural stronghold locked away in the Himalayas. A treasure-box of traditional Himalayan life, Bhutan’s government did not open the country to tourism until the mid-70’s, and … Read More

Bhutan – You know it’s on your bucket list!

By Christine Mackay Bhutan is a mountainous country about the size of Switzerland surrounded by the giants of India and China. Somehow this small Himalayan kingdom maintains its integrity while magically juggling the modern and … Read More

Fall Bhutan program: new price!

THIS JUST IN: The Bhutanese government has just lowered their daily travel tariff to encourage visitors to Bhutan and so we are passing that savings directly on to you! The fall trip price is no … Read More