Plan Your Journey

Finalize your itinerary and dates – whether you want to walk the beaten path or prefer a completely bespoke experience, we can make it happen. Go ahead and browse our carefully curated journeys for inspiration…

Before you Travel


 
  • Choose your date of travel.
  • You also need to choose whether you would like to enter/depart Bhutan via air or land.
  • Connect with our Journey Planners to help design and finalise your itinerary. Why Us? Email or chat with your Journey Planner


  • Make Advance Payment
    • After confirming your reservation, email us a copy of the traveler’s passport.
    • Remit us full payment in advance and send us the copy of the remittance form via email.
  • Receive Confirmation
    • We will email you the flight ticket copy and Visa Clearance Copy prior to your departure to Bhutan. You need to print out and carry this with you.
  • Visa will not be accepted without full payment.
  • Please carry the passport that matches the passport details indicated in the visa application.
  • The passport should have a validity of more than 6months from the date of your travel.
  • Travelers flying via India to/from the kingdom of Bhutan, should have an Indian Visa before departing their country.

That is it..sit back and be prepared to #BeMezmerised

Prepare to Travel

Prepare to acclimatise. 

Most peaks in northern Bhutan  are over 7,000m above sea level; the highest point is the Kula Kangri at 7,553m, and Gangkhar Puensum at 7,541m. Trekking routes are between 3,000m and 6,000m. above sea level.In comparison, the popular valleys that tourists visit are under 2,500 meters and mountain passes are at 3,000 meters above sea level, but even these heights are certainly very high for lowlanders and it is likely that your body might need to adjust to the high altitude and thin air.

While some people might want to consult their doctor for possible medicines or supplements, we also recommend that you practise deep breathing exercises while you are getting in the mood for this journey of a lifetime.
Deep Breathing is one way to compensate for a decreased intake of oxygen at high altitudes . It helps you to slow down your breathing rate, but increase the depth of your breaths. Instead of breathing quick, shallow and only in your lungs, breathe slow, deep and inhale until your stomach expands.

Remember to Pack

Your guide will be equipped with a basic first aid kit but please do remember to bring the following with you:
  • Mosquito Repellent 
  • Hiking Boots 
  • Sunscreen 
  • Sun Hat

Pick up a bit of Dzongkha

Pick up a bit of Dzongkha

EnglishBhutanese – Dzonghkha
WelcomeChamba lekso
HelloKuzu zangpo la – formal
Kuzu zangpo – informal
How are you?Gaday bay zhui?
Reply to ‘How are you?’Legshom
Legshom bay rang yoey
What’s your name?Choe gi ming ga chi mo
My name is …Nge gi ming … i
Where are you from?Choe gatey ley mo?
I’m from …Nga … ley i
Pleased to meet youNga choe da je di sem ga yi
Good morning 
(Morning greeting)
Chubo dele
Good afternoon 
(Afternoon greeting)
Nima dele
Good evening 
(Evening greeting)
Churu dele
Good nightSimcha dele
Goodbye 
(Parting phrases)
Log jay gay (We’ll meet again)
Shu lay log jay gae (See you later)
Tama che gae (See you later)
Naba che gae (See you tomorrow)
Good luck!Tashi delek!