ABOUT BHUTAN

Hidden away high amongst the mighty Himalayan range, the hidden kingdom of Bhutan is a destination that even the most seasoned traveller considers a privilege to visit. Sacred monasteries sit precariously on sheer cliffs, fluttering prayer flags line high mountain ridges, red robed monks chant in distant temples, and colourful masked dancers perform ancient rituals on sacred Dzong (fortress) grounds during Buddhist festivals. The people of Bhutan have drawn a rich culture from this heritage and made it the essence of their timeless identity. It only opened its doors to tourism in 1974, with the number for tourists visiting Bhutan kept to an environmentally manageable level through government regulated tourist tariff. A totally Buddhist kingdom, Bhutanese are renowned for their happiness, and are a proud people who wear their national costume with pride. Travel to Bhutan with us and we will expose you to the awe-inspiring mysteries that this land has...

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FEATURED TOURS

TREKKING PACKAGES

SPECIAL PACKAGES

Elusive_Bhutan tours are tailor made for the discerning traveler with a desire to combine their experience of Bhutan with a personal adventure, interest or pilgrimage. Bhutan provides the perfect destination for a whole host of unique tour options. These include: Haa Valley Jaunt: Explore the beautiful and untainted “Haa Valley”, only recently opened to tourism Traditional Bhutanese Wedding: renew your vows or experience a local wedding ceremony A Kingdom in...view more


Canter and Gallop on Horses in the Blessed Valley

The world is moving at a fast pace and most high end clients have time constraint to spare for holidays, almost all tour operators in Bhutan sell the same saturated trekking/cultural packages, so we worked on something new, and now we included packages using the helicopter, this way we can save our clients time and show case Bhutan in 2-3 days.(Helocopter charges according to Bhutan Helicopter price). read more

Canter and Gallop on Horses in the Blessed Valley

The crystal clear rivers of Bhutan are one of the kingdom’s best kept open secrets. Fed by the glacial-melt of the Eastern Himalayas, six major rivers (Wang Chhu, Sunkosh, Puna Tsang Chhu, Mangde Chhu, Kuri Chhu and Dangme Chhu and their tributaries), have been scouted for kayaking and rafting. They cut through high valleys and low plains to meet up with the Brahmaputra River in India. The pristine natural setting and the sheer variety of the rivers’ courses provides a unique opportunity to explore Bhutan’s beautiful wilderness. Adventurous travelers will not be disappointed by the rugged, untamed waterways of Bhutan. The rivers are plentiful with strong currents varying between slow, gentle flows in some places and powerful, raging torrents can be found throughout the country. Although adventure sports and tourism are relatively recent introductions to Bhutan, they are rapidly gaining in popularity. The river courses available in Bhutan offer something for all visitors, regardless of experience: There are easy routes for beginners and hair-raising runs for the veterans. Besides the rafts and the kayaks, Bhutanese agents also organize walking and trekking expeditions along the scenic river banks. The best time for rafting and kayaking is from March to April and... read more