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Amazing adventures in a Himalayan kingdom

Cliffside monasteries, forested hiking trails with valley views, festivals where traditions create indelible memories, the chance to escape into natural beauty and disconnect from the outside world, whatever it is that pulls you to Bhutan, we hear you. The first country with a gross national happiness index and to be carbon negative, this mountain kingdom is a bucket list, once-in-a-lifetime destination.

Where to start (Paro, of course, it’s the only international airport), how far east to adventure (as far as time allows), when to go (any time although spring and autumn might be best), where to stay (from luxurious boutique resorts to comfortable farm stays and simple shelters on treks we love a good mix), and how to pull it all together, we’re here to make your Bhutan adventure seamless.

Inspire Me!

There’s more to Bhutan than the Tiger’s Nest (although of course a trip would not be complete without a visit) and it can be tough to know whether to go beyond Paro, Thimphu, and Punakha and if so, how to choose where to go.

Bhutan is a land of beauty, peace, and memories of a lifetime. So whether you have 6 days or 6 weeks, we’re here to help. All our holidays are completely personalised although to give you some ideas, we’ve put a few sample itineraries below.

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To take the time to find out what makes you tick

To create a completely personalised itinerary with unlimited revisions

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Hello! We’re Alba & Marbree

Bhutan is unlike anywhere else and as your personal travel experts, we’ll help you experience the best the kingdom has to offer. Trekking to monasteries, attending a festival, sipping butter tea at the end of a hike, there is so much to take in and we’re here to help you have the trip of a lifetime.

Home to the country's only international airport and the well-known cliffside Paro Taktsang or Tiger's Nest monastery, your holiday will almost certainly start and end here.
This capital city is the largest in the nation and although it's becoming more modern, it maintains its historic character and charm. Home to many museums and other sights that provide insight into Bhutanese culture, Thimphu is worth at least two nights on your holiday.
Generally considered the most beautiful fortress in a country full of stunning buildings, Punakha Dzong alone makes it worth visiting this small city in a subtropical valley. The drive over mountain passes is memorable and on a clear day, the views are spectacular.
If you're hoping to see black-necked cranes, the Gangtey region will be on your itinerary. Late October is typically the best month to see these rare birds coming through although you may see them all the way into February.
Many call this the cultural heart of the country, and if time allows for a visit to Bumthang, you'll be well rewarded. Bring good walking shoes as some of the best sights are seen on foot.

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