Your chance to
Witness spectacular Bhutanese festivals
At a glance
9 nights hotels with en suite facilities and 2 nights full-service camping sleeping on camp beds in two-person tents
Gentle Himalayan hiking
The secretive mountain kingdom of Bhutan is one of the world’s great off-the-beaten-path destinations with its mountain-top temples, towering peaks and unique culture. As well as seeing the country’s highlights, we head to central Bhutan where we meander through meadows, Blue pine forests and bamboo groves, stopping in villages and meeting welcoming locals. We then witness the masked dances and other festivities of one of Bhutan’s less visited festivals (Domkhar in May and Jambay Lakhang in November). Note that different departures follow different itineraries.
Daily distance in km/miles:
Number of days walking:
Leisurely: 3-4km/2-3miles an hour
High altitude; good paths
Flight to Paro; drive to Thimpu; visit Semtokha and Trashichi Dzongs.
Visit Memorial Chorten; drive to Punakha via Dochula, Chimi Lhakhang and Punakha Dzong.
Visit Wangdi Dzong en route to Bumthang.
Domkhar Festival or Jambay Lakhang Festival.
To Thangbi Lhakhang; trek to camp at Nglakang.
Climb to Phelhe La; descend to Takung Valley.
Walk to Gamling; drive via Mebar Tsho to Bumthang.
Fly to Paro; city tour.
Hike to Tiger's Nest Monastery.
Fly to Kathmandu.
This is a small group guided holiday. The group is usually between 4 and 16 in size, with an average of 12 like-minded clients booking individually, in a couple or as friends together.
You are reasonably fit, enjoy the outdoors and are looking for some exercise. Some previous experience is preferable for activity based trips.
11 breakfasts, 9 lunches, 9 dinners
What's not included
Hotels & Camping
You will spend 10 nights in hotels with en suite rooms and 2 nights in full service camps. Your rooms in Bhutan will be simple, as tourism in the country is still in its infancy. All food is included and is usually a simple mix of Bhutanese, continental and Chinese served buffet style.
These are ‘land only’ prices which require you to book your own flights and join the rest of the group on Day 1 of the trip. For more information please see Trip Notes
|Date||Price excl. flights (pp) from|
|Thu 10 Nov 16 - Mon 21 Nov 16
Jambay Lhakhang Festival
|Price excl. flights (pp) from EUR €4,045|
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