Bhutan Eco-Friendly Tours
We have designed the programs Bhutan Eco-Friendly tours to meet the demand of our client. The tour has fewer disturbances on the ecosystem and at the same time benefits the local communities in rural Bhutan. Bhutan or ‘The Land of the Thunder Dragon’ is the last independent Himalayan kingdom with Buddhism as the state religion. The mountainous terrain and self-imposed policy of isolation from outside influences have protected and preserved the unique culture for centuries. The traditional wooden and stone-built villages with a backdrop of magnificent Himalayan peaks and strategically located dzongs portray the Bhutanese culture and tradition. The closely knit culture with nature has made Bhutan emerge proudly into the 21st century with its natural resources intact.
Over 72% of the total land is under forest and that makes Bhutan well known for its outstanding floral diversity. Among the plant species found in Bhutan, about 5,400 species have been identified, which includes 600 orchids and 46 rhododendrons. Many of these plants have medicinal properties and form major ingredients in the traditional medicines. In this tour, as per demand you will be accompanied by a leading Bhutanese botanist.
Bhutan restricts to a very small number of visitors annually. Those who can make it to Bhutan will definitely find it a special privilege to travel inside Bhutan. You will be assured a comfortable stay in very hospitable and traditional hotels. We will also ensure that you experience local cuisine prepared from vegetables, rice and noodles with mild spicy sauces. Should you demand, the cuisine will be served during a series of walks in the forests as you explore the botanical and cultural riches on the way. You will be delighted to walk beside the mountain streams and emerge out of the blue pine and hemlock forests into the fresh vegetation of dwarf rhododendrons and alpine junipers.
Check with some of our tailored tour program.
Bhutan Bird Watching Tours
12 Days | Trip Code: T018
Bhutan Bird Watching Tours. Bhutan is a small Buddhist kingdom in the eastern Himalaya, sandwiched between Tibet in the north and India to the south. The recorded avifauna is over 616 species. The forest cover of over 72% and protected National Parks of 26% of the total land makes Bhutan one of the world’s most ideal places to watch diverse birds, which are impossible or difficult in other parts of the world.
Bhutan Botanical Tour
14 Days | Trip Code: T018
During your Bhutan Botanical Tour or Himalaya botanical trip. Bhutan or ‘The Land of the Thunder Dragon’, is the last independent Himalayan kingdom with Buddhism as the state religion. The mountainous terrain and self-imposed policy of isolation from outside influences have protected and preserved the unique culture for centuries.
Bhutan Butterfly Tour
09 Days | Trip Code: T018
Bhutan butterfly tour has flexible tour program ranging from 10days to almost a month and the program we have for you is for about two weeks. Let us know we can arrange butterfly trip to Bhutan with your time convenience. Bhutan ranks in the top 10% of countries with the highest species density in the world. It has been designated as one of the ten biodiversity hotspots and lies at the centre of the world’s 221 Global Endemic Bird Areas. Bhutan’s vast biodiversity and ecosystem is host to over 700 bird species of which 22 are globally threatened…
Bhutan’s Biological Treasure Tours
09 Days | Trip Code: T018
Bhutan’s Biological Treasure Tours. Royal Manas National Park safari, Bhutan Community based Eco tourism, Gomphu Manas Norbugang Eco trail. An unparalleled biological treasure in the Eastern Himalayas, Royal Manas National Park (RMNP) represents the largest example of tropical and sub-tropical ecosystems in Bhutan.
Himalaya Bird Watching Travel
16 Days | Trip Code: T018
Himalaya Bird Watching Travel Destination, Recognized for high biological diversity, Bhutan is known as the East Himalayan ‘hot spot’. It is the habitat for 221 global endemic bird areas. Over 670 species of birds are officially reported but many more are to be found. Diverse forests along wide attitudinal range make Bhutan “Sanctuary of Birds”. The intact natural forest cover of Bhutan is over 70% of the total land and 84% breeding birds depend on these forests.