Cannot tell you how much we enjoyed the trip. All of the Kensington arrangements worked to perfection
- Michael H.
Paro, with Bhutan’s only airport, is the gateway to the kingdom for most visitors. Along the main street is a complex of traditional architecture: two lines of richly decorated buildings housing small shops, institutions and restaurants. Paro Dzong is a fortress-monastery overlooking a beautiful valley. Ten kilometres from Paro by road you will see in the distance the famous Taktsang (Tiger’s Nest) Hermitage on the face of a sheer 1000m cliff.
(Thimphu, Punakha, Paro)
Dust off your hiking boots for an active adventure through the untouched alpine vistas of the last great kingdom of the Himalayas.
(Delhi, Jaipur, Agra)
Get a glimpse of Royal India and the Himalayan kingdoms of Nepal and Bhutan on this unique tour.
The scent of the surrounding pine forest fills your nostrils and the gentle flapping of prayer flags beckons you onwards as you climb toward Bhutan’s most spectacular monastery.
Let the stresses of the modern world fall away as you meditate in centuries-old Cheri Monastery in Bhutan’s timeless Thimphu Valley.
(Thimphu, Gangtey, Bumthang, Punakha, Paro)
As you travel along Bhutan’s adrenaline inducing east-west highway that’s been carved out of the mountain face, breathtaking views of terraced farmlands, deep river valleys and precariously perched farmhouses are laid out before you.
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