Bhutan holidays 2020 & 2021
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With practical guidance, our flexibility promise and inspirational tools for travel planning, you can book with confidence with Audley.
A journey through Bhutan will take you through rich forests, over high mountain passes and to some of the most biologically diverse national parks in the world. The cliff-hugging Tiger’s Nest is one of many white-walled monasteries that overlook yawning valleys, which burst into bloom with wildflowers in spring. And, you’ll find the Bhutanese welcoming in showing you their deeply Buddhist and traditional way of life, where Gross National Happiness is more important than gross domestic product.
Suggested tours for Bhutan
These tours give you a starting point for what your trip to Bhutan could entail. They cover routes we've found work particularly well and feature some of our favourite places to stay. Treat them as inspiration, as each trip is created uniquely for you.
Why travel with Audley?
- 100% tailor-made journeys
- Fully protected travel
- Established for 20 years
- 97% of our clients would recommend us to a friend
Best time to visit
Our specialists advise on the best months to visit Bhutan.
Practical tips for travelling to Bhutan, from social protocols to guidance on money matters, with a link to the latest government travel advice.
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Our expert guides to travelling in Bhutan
Written by our specialists from the viewpoint of their own travels, these guides will help you decide on the shape of your own trip to Bhutan. Aiming to inspire and inform, we share our recommendations for how to appreciate Bhutan at its best.
Festivals are very important to Bhutanese people, they're a great excuse to celebrate and socialise. We can highly recommend incorporating a festival into your tailor-made trip to Bhutan, as an ideal way of immersing yourself in the country's culture.
Spanning six countries and the world’s highest mountain range, the Himalaya isn’t a region you usually tackle in one go. We compare and contrast the best Himalayan journeys, which include seeking out rhinos in Nepal, visiting remote dzongs in Bhutan and riding railways in India.