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Bhutan's greatest quality is its underexplored nature; it is little but powerful, dramatic in beauty but modest in appeal. It is a country that almost immediately grows on you with its beautiful patchwork of landscapes, relaxed towns, lush mountains, and lifeblood rivers. From elaborate temples, strongholds, and enigmatic monasteries to charming rural villages and snow-capped hills rising above the trees, Bhutan, the land of happiness, unveils a wealth of archeological treasures.

Attending a Bhutanese celebration allows you to see every color there is. The vibrant and passionate atmosphere created by the celebrations of Bhutan is what draws people in: extravagant dance acts dressed in costumes, captivating fire shows, stories told from the legends, expressive yet ostentatious masks.

Our local team has a wealth of experience managing student travel programs across Bhutan, achieving consistently high net promoter scores for our clients. Please contact us at to discuss any Bhutan programs.



The word “Bhutan” translates to “Land of the Thunder Dragon.” It earned the nickname because of the fierce storms that often roll in from the Himalayas.


The Bhutanese are, by nature, physically strong and fiercely independent with an open and ready sense of humour. Hospitality is an in-built social value in Bhutan. People wear colourful dresses.


ongoing community service projects that educate students while making positive contributions to local communities.


Tourism is a main source of income for young generation in Bhutan. We are creating opportunities through tourism and you can become a part of this initiative


Bhutan's most famous site is the breathtaking Taktsang or Tiger's Nest Monastery.

 Padmasambhava, the ‘Second Buddha’, meditated here for three months when he brought Buddhism to Bhutan

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