Trips to the Kingdom of Bhutan
Welcome to the Kingdom in the Clouds. The tiny Himalayan country of Bhutan has also been called the “last Shangri-la” and is renowned for its fortress monasteries, nomadic yak herders, red-robed monks, and unspoiled natural beauty. Boundless Journeys offers three distinct ways to enjoy Bhutan; our culturally immersive Hiking in the Peaceful Kingdom tour was named by National Geographic Traveler as one of their “50 Tours of a Lifetime.” For those who want a more challenging experience, the Chomolhari Trek takes you through the remote villages and evergreen forests surrounding Bhutan’s most sacred mountain. Finally, our Private Collection Bhutan trip offers travelers a fully customizable journey that lets you chart your own course through this magical land.
Our active adventure through the isolated Kingdom of Bhutan offers glimpses of a sacred heritage and distinctive identity that for centuries has remained shrouded by high peaks.
$5,195 per person, No Single Supplement*
Trekking in Bhutan amongst the lofty ridges of the Himalayas, breathtaking views abound as we witness a rich Buddhist culture, friendly people, and few other visitors.
$5,095 per person, No Single Supplement*
This private tour of the Kingdom of Bhutan combines exploring important villages of western Bhutan on foot, meeting welcoming local people, with immersion into a fascinating culture.
From $4,495 per person
This private tour of the Kingdom of Bhutan is the ultimate immersion experience, traversing from Western Bhutan to the seldom visited far Eastern region of the country.
From $6,595 per person
1-2 Guests: $6,995 per person
3+ Guests: $6,595 per person
Latest Blog Posts About Bhutan
Ever hear that an extra pound on your feet is equivalent to five pounds on your back? Whether or not that oft-quoted piece of backcountry wisdom is right, one thing is definitely true: Hiking requires less effort in lightweight footwear.
Mark your calendars! There are great things going on this winter at Boundless Journeys’ destinations around the globe. VIETNAM: Tet Nguyen Dan (Vietnamese New Year) Date: January 30 – February 3 Vietnam’s largest national festival is dedicated to the veneration of ancestors, positive thinking, and the ushering in of another year.
Wildlife viewing is a cornerstone of the Boundless Journeys experience and just one of the many reasons to get off the tourist track and out into the wilderness on a naturalist-led walk or hike. Whether or not animals are the primary focus of your trip (if you’re on safari, for example) most of our guests […]
Our Bhutan guests often ask if they will have the chance to watch an archery tournament during their visit to this Himalayan kingdom. Although they are perhaps a slight bit disappointed when I cannot guarantee such an occurrence, there are simply some special events that we cannot fix as a part of our itineraries.
At a time when buzz words like “local” and “organic” are often considered the domain of Whole Foods-frequenting Westerners, Bhutan—the little kingdom perched on the edge of the Himalayas—is one year into an impressive new goal on its national to-do list: converting to a completely organic agricultural system.
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