The Bhutanise live in harmony with nature and have adopted strict policies on tourism and development. Tucked away on the eastern side of the Himalayas, it is not an easy place to get to and has very little accommodation for visitors. The King of Bhutan said 'the happiness of his country is more important than gross national product', and you can see this in the smiling, friendly faces of its people who have escaped almost all Western influences. All this makes a recipe for some beautiful, fascinating and cultural walking in Bhutan.


FROM WEST BENGAL TO BHUTAN An adventurous journey through the high mountains.
NEW On a map Bhutan, Darjeeling and Sikkim look as if they are squeezed between India and China. And in a way they are, as the Himalayas were thrust upwards when the earth’s tectonic plates collided some 80 million years ago. This walking holiday introduces a magnificent high mountain region with stunning views, new experiences and different cultures.
NEXT DEPT: 13 Oct 16 
DURATION: 16 nights
GRADE: Sightseeing
FROM: £3,499
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