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Why travel to Bhutan?

Trekking and culture in the Kingdom of Bhutan: climb snow-capped peaks, hike through flowering valleys and follow Buddhist ceremonies. At the foot of the Himalayas lies the misunderstood Bhutan, with its scenic and architectural wonders and in which time seems to have stood still. Be it Thimpu, certainly the only capital in the world that has no traffic lights, or Bumthang, the spiritual center with its ... Trekking and culture in the Kingdom of Bhutan: climb snow-capped peaks, hike through flowering valleys and follow Buddhist ceremonies . At the foot of the Himalayas lies the misunderstood Bhutan, with its scenic and architectural wonders and in which time seems to have stood still. Be it Thimpu, certainly the only capital in the world that has no traffic lights, or Bumthang, the spiritual center with its numerous Buddhist sites, this fascinating, long-neglected region will enchant you. Little by little, Bhutan, which had been isolated for centuries, emerges from the shadow of its neighbors India and Tibet. Here the architectural and natural beauties have been spared from mass tourism. Discover this unique travel destination, its unspoiled nature and its friendly and warm-hearted residents. The leitmotif of every trip to Bhutan is an absolute change of environment! Look forward to a stay full of adventure and unique experiences in one of the most mysterious countries in the world. See more
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Reviews from our Bhutan travelers

38 reviews from travelers
After a very warm welcome from our guide and driver, our 3-week trip from Paro to Trashiangtse started. We felt very comfortable with both of them from the first day, they took great care of our wellbeing. Jamyang our guide is an incredibly kind, warm and intelligent young man. When he visited temples and monasteries, he told us in great detail and with great enthusiasm about the culture, religion and philosophy of Bhutan, and he always had a cheerful Buddhist story in store. We had a lot of fun and joy with him. Since air traffic within Bhutan was shut down from the 2nd week of March, we had to make the return trip from Trashiyangtse quickly by car and not by plane as planned. Our driver Chadour, who was always in a good mood, brought us the many kilometers with countless bends and potholes to Paro again completely stress-free and happy. We did not have a minute of hesitation and complete confidence in him. A very special praise to his driving skills !! Christian chose the hotels and homestays very well and we always felt very, very comfortable. Particularly noteworthy is the super delicious food in the country, the variety and variety of the mostly vegetarian dishes can hardly be described. Simply great !! A special highlight was the visit to the Punakha Tsechus, a colorful, enchanting and unique cultural festival! The camera was in constant use! It was really an unmistakable and unforgettable journey through unique nature and getting to know wonderful people. We both think we will visit Bhutan again !! Once Bhutan - Always Bhutan !!
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