Mountain Eye Treks

Bhutan Tour

Bhutan is the Kingdome and last Vajrayana Buddhist country in the world it contains many revered religious sites from the roadside stupas, temples, monasteries and nunneries. Bhutan has one of the most biodiversity ecosystems in the world. Enjoy our natural abundance but leave the wild as it is. There isn’t just one Bhutan to discover; there are many. From storied cities to soaring mountains, the door to the kingdom is open once again to old and new friends.Our history is both ancient and recent, and weaves together folklore and fact. Perched high in the Himalayas, Drukyul, the Land of the Thunder Dragon, existed almost undisturbed for centuries, allowing unique traditions and ways of life to flourish. Today, we are focused on the future, investing in education, technology and infrastructure that firmly establish Bhutan as a global force. More than 70% forested, and the first carbon-negative country in the world, we’re also planting the seeds of science and tech innovation Bhutan one hinted at by the prayer flags strung across gorges and fluttering on every hillside. It’s where irreverent humors meets deeply held beliefs, and epic landscapes and slow journeys create room for quiet awe. In this Bhutan, you can enhance your well-being, immerse yourself in wonder and embark on exhilarating adventure
Hospitality and food are inextricably linked here. Whether in the remotest valley or the chicest restaurant, many of the same ingredients are used to conjure astonishingly diverse creations. Please maintain silence to respect our people’s faith when visiting any sacred site.Please be mindful if you want to photograph those praying or participating in one of our many holy festivals. Ensure you do not stand between religious observers and an altar or otherwise obstruct our people’s right to practise their faith in peace.
As a sign of respect, please remove caps and hats when visiting sacred sites or meeting elders. If seated on the floor with a monk, nun, elder or host, it’s advisable to sit cross-legged.
When visiting a temple, please wear long sleeves and cover your legs. Remove your shoes upon entering and refrain from taking photos inside sacred sites. Please do not sit on the lamas’ sacred thrones inside temples, or touch any religious items or paintings.
Hunting and fishing are illegal in most of Bhutan please book or information us these activities if you are interest.Please be considerate of our citizens’ privacy and always ask before you take someone’s photo.The Bhutanese often live in their ancestral homes and in close-knit communities usually take off our shoes before entering houses or temples.
Hospitality and food are inextricably linked here. Whether in the remotest valley or the chicest restaurant, many of the same ingredients are used to conjure astonishingly diverse creations: cheeses of yak or cow milk, red rice, butter, buckwheat and always, always chillies. Chillies of every possible type and permutation – red or green, dried, in pastes or sambals – are the nation’s favorites vegetable, making our warm welcome a literal one. Bhutan offers thrillingly contrasting experiences for body and soul, often simultaneously. Strenuous climbs or sound healing, white-water rafting or hot-stone bathing, mountain biking or meditation – the choices are as varied as the terrain, and as certain to salve spirits and promote relaxation.
Bhutan offers thrillingly contrasting experiences for body and soul, often simultaneously. Strenuous climbs or sound healing, white-water rafting or hot-stone bathing, mountain biking or meditation – the choices are as varied as the terrain, and as certain to salve spirits and promote relaxation.

Day 1: Arrival in kathmandu Airport (1350m.), pick up then transfer to the Hotel short representative briefing.

Day 2: Full day sight seeing tour in kathmandu valley tour UNESCO world heritage site .

Day 3: Fly to Arrive at Paro International Airport and buckle-up for one of the most scenic drives of your lifetime as you travel from Paro to Thimphu. 

Day 4: Marval at the regal architecture of Thimphu  

Day 5: Experience the esoteric side of Bhutan in Punakha 

Day 6: Trace your steps to Paro 

Day 7: End your holiday 3000 feet hight and fly back to Kathmandu, Nepal

Day 8: Fly back to home or  different city   to Pokhara ,

Day 9: Half day sight seeing tour in pokhara valley, evening farewell dinner in Nepali restaurant .

Day 10: Drive or flight to kathmandu then transfer to Hotel .

Day 12: Fly to Khthmandu and home or extra activities .

Day 1: Arrival in kathmandu Airport (1350m.), pick up then transfer to the Hotel short representative briefing.

Day 2: Full day sight seeing tour in kathmandu valley tour UNESCO world heritage site .

Day 3: Fly to Arrive at Paro International Airport and buckle-up for one of the most scenic drives of your lifetime as you travel from Paro to Thimphu. 

Day 4: Marval at the regal architecture of Thimphu  

Day 5: Experience the esoteric side of Bhutan in Punakha 

Day 6: Trace your steps to Paro 

Day 7: End your holiday 3000 feet hight and fly back to Kathmandu, Nepal

Day 8: Fly back to home or  different city   to Pokhara ,

Day 9: Half day sight seeing tour in pokhara valley, evening farewell dinner in Nepali restaurant .

Day 10: Drive or flight to kathmandu then transfer to Hotel .

Day 11: Fly to Khthmandu and home or extra activities .

*Pair of T-shirts and half pants
*Jacket and warm Trousers, raincoats and thermal
*Sun hat, sun glasses, socks
*Ligh sport shoes, daypack 
*Sleeping bag down ( -5-10 degree)
*Flash light & batteries
*Personal things Small kit bag (valuable things can put inside , pocket knife )
*Sun Cream & lip care cream
*Moist towels for personal hygiene