Things to do in Bhutan

Visitors to Bhutan are spoilt for choice for activities. This is prime trekking country, with some of the finest long distance routes (and day treks) and expert guides on hand to really bring the landscapes to life. Visiting the incomparable Tiger's Nest is a must, while being in town for one of the many and varied festivals that take place throughout the year in Bhutan is another memorable experience:

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Tiger's Nest

Indian Subcontinent > Bhutan

Tatsang Palphug, also known as the Tiger’s Nest, is a Buddhist monastery clinging to the side of a steep cliff. A must see for anyone who is lucky enough to enter the world’s last remaining Shangri La, this temple complex lies 3000ft above the Paro Valley, where many long distance treks start from. Read more


Indian Subcontinent > Bhutan

An integral part of Bhutanese culture are the festivals conveniently spaced throughout the year. These exotic and mysterious commemorations are calculated using the (highly complicated) Bhutanese lunar calendar. Read more

Trekking in Bhutan

Indian Subcontinent > Bhutan

Some of the best trekking on Earth is in the mountainous kingdom of Bhutan, including both day treks and longer treks such as the six day Druk Path Trek, which follows the ancient trading route between Paro and Thimpu. Read more

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