Make sure you bring water, pace yourself, and go early in the morning to avoid the crowds and warmer afternoon temperatures. Another tip - we recommend going near the end of your trip, once you've acclimated to the high elevation.
This road is winding, steep, and narrow, but no need to worry as your guide will be driving. Wear warm clothes as the elevation makes it cold, and be sure to have tea or coffee at the top from the vendor carts. Definitely step out of the car and walk through the prayer flags and trails once you've arrived.
Check out the cultural center in Thimphu and learn about history of Bhutan. It's such a cool experience, and be sure to check out the art boutiques there.
This is one of the best places to find the ultra-rare Bhutanese Cordyceps - which can only be grown at elevations above 14,000 feet. Believed to have anti-aging effects, this fungus is typically enjoyed with coffee or tea.
Immerse yourself in Bhutan's National Sport by trying it yourself or seeing a competition firsthand. Let your guide know you'd be interested in this, and they'll help you get set up.
Festivals are pretty frequent in Bhutan, definitely make sure you plan your trip around the festivals that interest you the most. Your guide can make the best recommendation based on your interests, but spring and fall are great options to consider.
This is something your guide can help you organize! Be sure to use them as a resource to have the most immersive experience possible.
The world's happiest country is carbon negative, a leader in sustainable tourism, and absolutely beautiful.
Your ticket to entering the Kingdom of Bhutan awaits. Experience a 7 day tour across the country - experience available in 2020.
Also known as Tiger's Nest, Bhutan's most recognizable monastery is a must see during your visit.
The highest motorable point in the country, this road is narrow, steep, and truly stunning.
The capital city of Bhutan is the country's political and economic center, while also showcasing its culture and customs.
This valley, filled with rice fields, a river, and many sacred sites and history, is one of the widest in the Kingdom.
Archery is Bhutan's National Sport, and you can try it yourself here!
Festivals are a major part of the culture in Bhutan and can feature religious mask dances and other types of entertainment.
Stay a night with a Bhutanese family to get a deep look into the culture and family values.