Bhutan remained isolated from the rest of the world and no tourism existed until 1974 preserving the rich natural environment and lively Buddhist culture. Today Bhutan has become one of the most exotic destinations for many international travellers. Every traveller has a lot to anticipate as each minute is exciting to discover a kingdom with incredibly unique and treasured tradition, culture, religion and natural environment which Bhutanese people still strive to preserve in the face of modernity.
Bhutan Tour includes traveling by vehicle through the Bhutanese countryside, with optional walks and day hikes to visit temples, monasteries and villages. It also includes visiting museums, handicraft shops, and weekend markets, where you will be introduced to Bhutanese food and eating habits.
It will introduce you to Bhutan and its unique culture and tradition with an excellent way to experience the people and culture of Bhutan. Each night, one stays in comfortable guesthouses or well done small hotels, or home-stay arrangements for a night to experience the Bhutanese farm house. While not as demanding as trekking, these trips are well suited for those travellers who wish to learn about Bhutan's culture and environment, without the physical demands of trekking.