We are certified by Tourism Council of Bhutan, the apex tourism authority and has been in operation since 2008. All our guides and staffs upgrade their skills and they are also the shareholders of the company. We take pride in what we do and never compromise on the services.
Our guides are well educated and experienced and most of them have international exposures too. We have an excellent transport service to carry our clients to far corners of Bhutan. We aim to provide the Guests with high- quality services by our professional team in the land of happiness. We go extra mile and in meeting the needs of our clients.
Our principle is- Service, Safety, Accountability, Happiness and Team Work. We believe in ourselves.
Cultural tours offer a unique insight into the history, culture and tradition of the nation.
It is an opportunity to interact with the native people. The highlights are Tsechus or annual festivals
where Buddhist teachings are enacted through mask dances. Read more
Trekking in this Himalayan kingdom is one of the most wonderful experiences a visitor can have.
It is quite different from other parts of the Himalayas. The country ranges from the dense forest of
subtropical jungles to the alpine shrubs endowed with a wide ...Read more
Tshechus are celebrated around the country to commemorate Guru Rinpoche, the saint who introduced Buddhism in the country.
Festivals are important religiously and culturally.Most of the festivals are celebrated in honor of some Gods or foraction button...
Gross national happiness: With human happiness as the ultimate goal of all development efforts, Bhutan’s fourth king, His Majesty Jigme Singye Wangchuck,
pronounced Gross National Happiness (GNH) as the guiding philosophy... Read more
Bhutan Dynasty is a friendly and energetic Tour & adventurous team specialed in village festival,home stay tour,
birding, biking, walking and wedding tours with tailor made itinerary.
Festivals in Bhutan are rich and happy expressions of its ancient Buddhist culture. Festivals are annually held in every Dzong (fortress) and monasteries, the most popular attraction for tourist. This is a series of dances in honor of Guru Rimpoche (who brought Buddhism to Bhutan in 8th century) and many of the dances were established by Zhabdrung Ngawang Namgyel (who unified Bhutan in 17th century) or Pema Lingpa (Treasure Discoverer in 15th century).
Getting to Bhutan is easy and little tricky sometimes. It’s easy because we have flight connection from
various cities in the Indian subcontinent and its little tricky because the number of flights are limited, the
aircrafts are small and can ferry only little passengers at a time. . Its important that you first check the flight schedule
of the flights in Bhutan before buying your international airline ticket(s). Flight to Bhutan:
You can fly to Bhutan from India (Delhi, Kolkata, Mumbai, Bagdogra, Gaya), Kathmandu (Nepal), Bangkok (Thailand), Myanmar and Bangladesh. There are daily flights from Bangkok to Paro and vice versa while there are no daily flights from other cities.
Bhutan is visited mostly by well-educated senior citizens interested in culture and uniqueness of the country.
Keeping in mind the well-being of our guests and their level of fitness we have chosen seven things to do in Bhutan.
Bhutan is visited mostly by well-educated senior citizens interested in culture and uniqueness of the country. Keeping in mind the well-being of our guests and their level of fitness we have chosen seven things to do in Bhutan. Our list of seven things to do in Bhutan touches every aspect of Bhutanese life and culture.
We take our guest to the heart of Bhutanese home and culture and tradition.
Bhutan has always been a place of spectacular landscape and home of favourite destinations across the world. There are many
places to visit in Bhutan that are breathtaking and overwhelmingly beautiful. We will list down some of the most favourite and desired places to visit
while you are in Bhutan.