Experience Bhutan with On The Go Tours
Since opening its doors to the western world in 1974, Bhutan’s spectacular scenery and hospitable charm has been luring travellers hungry for adventure. In many ways Bhutan remains untouched by modern civilisation, with an ethos of preserving its ancient culture and natural environment. The Bhutanese culture is deeply rooted in its Buddhist beliefs, where fluttering prayer flags, chortens and white washed fortresses abound.
- Delhi - Take in the highlights of Old and New Delhi, with stops at Humayun's Tomb, Jama Masjid mosque and Ghandi's crematorium Raj Ghat
- Paro - Enjoy a guided tour of the city, including the National Museum and Rinphung Dzong
- Handicraft Emporium - Browse through beautiful hand-woven and crafted products in Thimphu
- Camping beside clear mountain lakes, visiting yak herders' encampments and enjoying splendid panoramas of the peaks on the border with Tibet
- Breathtaking views of the Himalaya, including Chomolhari, Jitchu Drake - the highest mountain in Bhutan, and Gangkar Puensum - one of the highest unclimbed mountains in the world