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Destination Bhutan is a Destination Management Company founded in November 2014. We carefully plan holidays for leisure travelers ranging from Budget to Luxury travel as well as corporate travelers taking care of the smallest of details. Our planning is based on understanding the needs and offering a product based on our knowledge, experience, intense passion and love for the Kingdom of Bhutan. Our Planning starts from hand crafting the itinerary to carefully selecting hotels with character and ambience. Organizing your mode of transport within Bhutan be it a modest but with character SUV car or a private coaster bus.

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Imagine a country shrouded in centuries of mystery and tradition. Imagine a verdant paradise cradled within the mighty folds of the majestic Himalayas. Imagine people who cherish happiness above all materialistic gains and comforts. Imagine Bhutan.

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Since day 1 - which was months before my trip in Dec, I contacted Nishant to get his advise on our holiday trip plan to Bhutan. Amazing planning gave us peace of mind. From the moment, we landed at Paro airport, we met Sajan and Karma, and they are the BEST and BEST guide and driver we had. I am personally very thankful to both of them for the extra care that was given to our child (age 08). Sajan is very knowledgeable and always makes sure we are being taken care and we feel good... We have gained extra karma (hopefully) by doing some meditation in 2 temples (all thanks for Sajan for guiding us). On the other hand, Karma put our safety on his top priority with his driving skills throughout the whole trip. Biking trip in Thimpu was something that we remembered forever. We felt so safe with Sajan leading us and covering the whole biking trip. From people to hotel, we have the best in class as well. All the hotels that were arranged were well above the expectations - fully equipped with heater. The farmhouse that we stayed for 1 night was great too. The owner lady cooked the best radish beef + chilly cheese for us. And we are very thankful to her and Sajan for asking her son to take us around the village area and share some stories with us as well. We wish team Destination Bhutan all the very best and thank you so much for hosting us in their beautiful country.

Bala Subramaniam,
Bangalore

Had a wonderful 7 days trip traveling places in Paro, Thimphu and Punakha organized by Destination Bhutan. I highly recommend them if you are planning a trip to Bhutan. Since my first email to Nishant in November, he provided excellent communication and kept me informed on all we needed for the trip in December. Everything was arranged according to our requests. Give highest praise to our guide Sajan who is very attentive, organized and patient. We learned so much about the country's history, tradition, current administration and life style from him. He is also a very good story teller who let us understand Buddhism when we toured the temples. The driver handled the driving so well that the discomfort on some bumpy roads seemed to be minimized to the least. These two gents always carried a smile and were so friendly that made us feel comfortable during our first visit to this country. Thanks very much for bringing us such an unforgettable experience. Hopefully will come back soon.

Natwar Mall,
Mumbai

We were scouting for a Travel expert who can guide us and accompany us in our excursion to this wonderful country. And then, fortunately we came across Destination Bhutan, who gently held our hand and took us to an exciting journey to this magnificent country. They helped us in preparing an itinerary with not only the minimal driving times but also one with covering all major tourist attractions. Our guide and driver were amazing and took utmost care of us through their gentle behavior, safe driving, knowledge sharing and what not. We are extremely happy to have chosen Destination Bhutan as our Travel Operator and definitely recommend them if you are looking forward to have the best of the best vacations to Bhutan. Our heartiest thanks to them for this unforgettable trip and we wish them all the luck.

Prabhu Sathyamoorthy,
Singapore

We had a really great time in Bhutan, all the arrangements were up to the mark. The staff from Destination Bhutan were very well mannered and cooperative and the hotels chosen were perfect. The highlights of our tour were 1.Phobjikha Valley – indeed the Switzerland of the East. 2.Our tour guide Sajan – We still remember and miss him. He became a friend to all of us the moment he received us at the airport and by the time we left Bhutan he became the highlight of our trip. He was very knowledgeable, friendly and humourous. Thanks a lot Sajan for the wonderful time. The hotels chosen in all the cities were absolutely great, rooms were tidy and clean, hotel staff was friendly and meals were also great as we had requested for vegetarian meals.

Gaurav Gupta,
Delhi

Bhutan is the most beautiful place I have ever visited and traveling with Destination Bhutan made it even more beautiful with their precise and clear information about flights, hotels and sightseeing spots. Trekking in the jungles of phobjikha valley was like a dream come true, we would have never made it to Phobjikha if Nishant from destination Bhutan wouldn’t have recommended it. Away from the busy lives in the modern cities, it was a calm and quite place with a very positive aura. The people were extremely kind and generous especially our tour guide Sajan. And the most amazing part of the trip was the tiger's nest. You sure have to climb steep mountain to visit it however, amazing things come at a cost. In all I can say that, Bhutan is a mesmerising place especially for those nature lovers. We wish the best for team Destination Bhutan !!!

kanan gupta,
Delhi

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About Bhutan

Interesting Facts

Bhutan is a democracy and constitutional monarchy. The Bhutanese monarchy was founded in 1907. It held its first democratic elections in 2008.
Bhutan is both a democracy and constitutional monarchy. The Bhutanese Monarchy was founded in 1907 and held its first democratic elections in 2008.
Since Bhutan government focuses on preserving their heritage, number of tourist are restricted due to their strict policy to spend a minimum of $250 per person per day for foreigners except Indian, Bangladeshi and Maldives Nationals.
Did you know that Thimphu is the only capital in the world without traffic light. In fact there are no traffic signals in the Kingdom of Bhutan and when traffic lights were installed, people objected and city reverted back to the use of white gloved traffic police as locals believe that this promotes the feeling of community.
Buying and selling of tobacco products is banned in Bhutan. Smoking is a punishable offence if caught in public areas. If you are carrying cigarettes into Bhutan, you will be required to pay 100% duty at the airport.
Until the 1960’s Bhutan had no roads, automobiles, telephone, postal system or electricity. Bhutanese had no access to TV or Internet until limited access was permitted in 1999.
Why Bhutan is called “The land of the Thunder Dragon”? Because it gets regular thunder storms coming down from the Himalayas and it can rain anytime.
Bhutanese cuisine is full of spices and milk products. Their National dish is Ema Datsi which is a combination of green chilies and cheese. Ema means green chili and Datsi means cheese. They have similar spicy dishes like Kewa Datsi (Potato and cheese), Shamu Datsi (mushrooms and cheese).
It is believed that the name Bhutan may be derived from Sanskrit word “Bhotanta” which means “the end of Tibet”, or the Sanskrit word Bhu-attan, meaning “Highlands”.
Rather than using GDP as economic index, Bhutan measures its overall health through the concept of GNH (Gross National Happiness) which is calculated through 4 pillars: sustainable development, environmental protection, cultural preservation and good governance.
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