Travel The Unknown Ventures into Bhutan
Travel The Unknown has launched a dedicated Asia brochure that features trips to India, Myanmar, Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, Philippines and, new for 2016, Bhutan.
Western Bhutan Explorer: 11 days from £2,295 pp (departing 6 November)
Discover the west of Bhutan, a country considered to be the happiest in Asia. Highlights include learning about Bhutanese art and culture in the museums of Thimphu (and seeing the largest published book in the world), enjoying rural walks in remote valleys and mountain passes, visiting remote dzongs and Buddhist gompas, and walking with pilgrims to the iconic Tiger’s Nest monastery.
Bhutan’s Hidden East: 13 days from £2,595 pp (departing 31 October)
Highlights include discovering the flora and fauna of Bomdeling National Park, meeting the textile weavers of Khoma, exploring Bumthang's valleys by foot, hiking up to the iconic Tiger’s Nest Monastery and visiting the sacred sites of the Paro Valley.
Best of Bhutan: 15 days from £2,695 (departing 3 November)
A comprehensive journey across Bhutan that combines the highlights of the East and West and coincides with the colourful Mongar and Black Neck Crane Festivals.
All three Bhutan trips include the visa, all meals, ground transportation, accommodation, activities as per individual itineraries, entrance fees and an English-speaking escorted guide. Flights are extra, bookable through Travel The Unknown (fully bonded for financial protection).