Duration: > 5 Days
Starts at: $700.00
Bhutan often called the last Shangri-La, nestled between two giant countries, India and China, offers an abundance of unique culture and arts. Being isolated from the rest of the world until a few decades ago and with a revolutionary policy of Gross National Happiness introduced by their monarchs, Bhutan has maintained its wonderful, pristine nature, culture, and history.

Learning Outcomes

  • Cultural Exploration: Immerse in the rich Bhutanese culture, exploring traditional arts, architecture, music, and dance.
  • Outdoor Adventure: Participate in physically engaging activities like trekking, exploring monasteries, or experiencing traditional Bhutanese sports, promoting physical fitness and an appreciation for nature.
  • Cultural Activities: Engage in traditional dances, archery, or other cultural activities that promote physical activity and cultural appreciation.
  • Community Service: Contribute to service projects that address local community needs, such as education support, healthcare initiatives, or environmental conservation.
  • Cultural Preservation: Engage in service activities that contribute to the preservation of Bhutanese culture, traditions, and historical sites.
  • Biodiversity Exploration: Learn about Bhutan’s unique flora and fauna, understanding the importance of environmental conservation, particularly in the context of Bhutan’s commitment to being carbon-neutral.
  • Sustainable Practices: Explore Bhutan’s focus on sustainability and eco-friendly initiatives, promoting awareness of environmental issues and encouraging responsible behavior.


Arrive in Paro and transfer to Thimphu. then visit Iron Bridge. There will be a session on gross national happiness.

Workshop on Thangka Painting. then visit the National Institute of Arts and Crafts. Later, visit a nunnery for a service activity.

Visit Buddha Point for yoga. Transfer to Punakha. Set up tents and engage in preparing dinner for yourself. Bonfire and stargazing

Engage in physical exercise and activities. Cross the suspension bridge and engage in river rafting on Mo Chu. then transfer to Paro.

We will visit a local farm and visit monasteries. followed by bird-watching along the Paro River.

Full day Trek to Tiger’s Nest. The Tiger’s Nest Monastery is located 10 miles north of Paro, making Paro an ideal home base for this visit.

There will be a Cooking workshop, Learn Archery, experience local lifestyle.

Drop to airport for your return journey back home.


  • Accommodation
  • Meals
  • Sightseeing and transfers by AC Coach
  • Guided Tour
  • Insurance and Taxes
  • Entry Fee
  • Tour Manager
  • Snacks and Mineral Water


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