Cultural Experiences in Bhutan
Bhutan's National Sport
Khuru is a hugely popular social activity played in groups throughout the country.
Butter Lamps and Monk Blessing
Travel with your guide to Gangtey Goempa to experience an early morning traditional Tshewang prayer ceremony.
Chele La Pass
Some 4000 meters high, Chele La Pass is the highest motorable track in Bhutan, located at the mid-way point between Haa and Paro Valleys.
Exploring Dochula Pass
Dochula Pass offers spectacular views of the snow-capped Himalayas where you can stop off for a bite and a drink.
Exploring Punakha Dzong
Punakha Dzong dates back to the 17th century when it was built by the 1st Rinpoche and arguably the most beautiful.
With your guide, get a flavour of the sights and sounds of Bhutan's sleepy capital, Thimphu.
Learn about day to day life in a typical household and learn a little about the local community and their culture.
Hanging your Prayer Flags
Bhutan is practically crisscrossed with prayer flags and they're usually in the frame on any photo taken.
Hike to Tigers Nest Monastery
No cameras/phones are allowed into the monastery so the interior is something you will have never seen before.
Hot Stone Bath Experience
Enjoy a traditional hot stone bath, immerse yourself in a typical Bhutanese family tradition.
Khamsum Yulley Namgyal Chorten
Cross the Mo Chhu River on one of Bhutan's unique prayer flag adorned iron-chain suspension bridges.
Morning Visit to Buddha Dordenma Thimphu
The Buddha Dordenma is an enormous golden statue in the mountains overlooking the Thimphu Valley.
The 13 Arts & Crafts of Bhutan
Art and craft are hugely important in Bhutan and there are 13 arts and crafts that represent the spirit and identity of the country.
The Fertility Temple & The Divine Madman
When you go to Bhutan, prepare not to be embarrassed about the proliferation of phalluses painted around most doorways!