Safari Tour

Royal Manas National Park is a UNESCO heritage site along with the greater Indian Manas. Ecolodges in the communities within the Sanctuary established to create a partnership for the communities in a give and take scheme to promote conservation efforts is a noble arrangement supported by the WWF and the Forest Services. Ecolodges in five communities stretching from central Bhutan all the way to the east along the erstwhile Gomphu-Manas-Norbugang eco-trail is a haven in the wilderness for a peaceful stay and excellent chances of encounters with a wide variety of flora and fauna. Social engagement, participation in the [...]

2017-01-31T10:00:01+00:00Adventure Tours|

Kayaking and Rafting

The clean and clear rivers of Bhutan are one of the kingdom’s best kept open secrets. Fed by the Eastern Himalayas, the six rivers (Wang Chhu, Sunkosh, Puna Tsang Chhu, Mangde Chhu, Kuri Chhu and Dangme Chhu and their tributaries) have been scouted for kayaking and rafting. They cut through high valleys and low plains to meet up with the Brahmaputra river in India. The natural setting and the sheer variety of the rivers’ courses makes up for a unique opportunity to explore Bhutan’s beautiful wilderness. It is more than a teaser and an invitation to anyone interested in [...]

2017-01-31T10:00:01+00:00Adventure Tours|

Yaktsha Trek

Duration: 14 nights / 15 days. Accommodation: Tents. Activity Type: Walking, Trekking. Difficulty Level: Strenuous. Highest point: 4900 meters. Group size: Minimum 2 pax Best Months for the Trek: March – May, September – 2nd Week of December. Popularity rating: This route is very popular and passes through Jangothang and the base of Mt. Jumolhari. The trek runs through some of the most beautiful high passes and Yak herders’ camp. The trekkers will be able to see some of the most spectacular sceneries of the higher Himalayas including Mt. Jichu Drake. You will also have the opportunity to [...]

2017-02-21T02:37:22+00:00Trekking|

Snowman Trek

THE FORMIDABLE SNOWMAN TREK Duration: 29 nights / 30 days. Accommodation: Hotels, Resorts and Tents. Activity Type: Trekking & Tour. Difficulty Level: Extremely Strenuous. Highest Point: 5290 meters. Group size: Minimum 2 pax. Best Months for the Trek: March – May, September – 2nd week of November. Popularity rating: This is the most daunting of all trekking routes in Bhutan. It runs through high and snow-covered mountain passes and lasts for several days on end. That’s why it is called the formidable snowman trek. The trek requires a lot of mental strength and could be extremely taxing. [...]

2017-01-21T16:29:01+00:00Trekking|