Perhaps surprisingly, Bhutan is an excellent honeymoon destination. Travelling to Bhutan is a truly once-in-a-lifetime experience and incredibly romantic, but not cheesy – very few people travel here, so it retains a sense of exclusivity and ‘wow’ factor. It is especially well suited to couples who have already done a lot of travelling together, who are looking to step away from the every day and discover something completely new.
There is something magical about Bhutan. A sense of calm and peace washes over you almost as soon as you arrive, making it a fantastic place to relieve the stress of wedding planning with a more private toast (or even a Buddhist blessing) to your future. And, of course, the scenery is magnificent, with dramatic landscapes you can roam together and trekking routes so rewarding that you’ll be telling your grandchildren about your adventures.
The intimate hotels on offer are a honeymooner’s dream. Gangtey Lodge is our top pick as not only are the sweeping views quite otherworldly but you can return from a day exploring to a wood burner and hot apple cider followed by an aromatic couple’s massage.
It is more or less impossible to travel independently to Bhutan, so you will need our expertise to help you plan your trip. Our aim, however, is to design a holiday that is right for you. Each experience and hotel will be curated for you, and our intimate local knowledge means we can facilitate unique encounters that allow you to connect with the destination.
Bhutan is landlocked but if you do need a beach fix as part of your honeymoon then we can plan a holiday for you that combines it with Thailand or perhaps even India, Sri Lanka, The Maldives or Oman.
Honeymoons in Bhutan
Adventure & Comfort in Bhutan & Thailand
From the Himalayas to the Andaman Sea, two beautiful countries linked by deep yet contrasting Buddhist traditions.
Incredible hotels in amazing locations add the icing on the cake to the one off experience of exploring Bhutan.
Tea & Happiness in Darjeeling & Bhutan
One of a kind holiday combining the tea plantations of Darjeeling with the fascinating Kingdom of Bhutan.