Many people only spend a few days in Bhutan due to it’s $250 per person per day fee. It can be difficult choosing what to see and do to make the most of your money. We’ve created a comprehensive guide of things to do in Bhutan, that showcases the most popular sites broken down by areas and districts. It’s great… Read More
Bhutan is a country we wanted to visit for more than a decade. We finally had the chance to go and it didn’t’ disappoint.
For adventure lovers a Bhutan trek is high on the list. After climbing Kilimanjaro, trekking to Everest Base Camp and tackling the Arctic watershed, we were excited to finally be able to explore the Land of Thunder Dragon. Bhutan Trek to Laya When we were last in Nepal, we considered taking a four-day Bhutan tour to see the famous kingdom… Read More
The Royal Highlander Festival is the newest Bhutan festival. Known as the happiest country on earth, Bhutan knows how to celebrate life. Festivals dominate the land and it’s easy to see why the Bhutanese measure life with a happiness index over the western world’s GDP. The Highlander festival was a day filled with goodwill and celebration. If only all countries worked… Read More
Bitten by the wanderlust more so than before, I had started frequently traveling, escaping to the destinations as feasible by my number of leaves (I was working full-time then, as a software developer), clubbing weekends, long holidays, etc. since 2014. So it was time for me to experiment traveling farther, away from my country India, and move out of my… Read More
Bhutan is a tiny Buddhist country nestled between Nepal, India, and China. In an effort to preserve its unique culture and religious traditions, it has adopted a “high value-low volume” philosophy toward tourism. But since tourism is a crucial source of income, Bhutan is expanding its tourist infrastructure as quickly as it can. I’ve rounded up my best cultural experiences in… Read More