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Photography Tour

Photography Tour

  • Tine Raeymaekers

    BELGIUM

    “Tsheten took us to charming places, telling about the country and its people, and wonderfully survived our never relenting stream of questions”

  • Dr. Michelle Foltz

    USA

    “Journey to Discover Bhutan, organizes specialist tours for studying Bhutan’s natural history; cultural endeavors, especially those centered on the exuberant Buddhist religious festivals”

  • Karl

    AUSTRALIA

    “Tsheten has arranged my previous three visits to Bhutan in a professional and stress free manner (and he is currently arranging my fourth). “

  • Karl

    AUSTRALIA

    “Tsheten has arranged my previous three visits to Bhutan in a professional and stress free manner (and he is currently arranging my fourth). “

  • Lukas

    “Tsheten took very good care of me and introduced me at easy pace to Bhutan culture, customs, history and people. “

OVERVIEW

Photography Tour

A meticulously curated photography expedition through the captivating terrain of Bhutan, where our tour seamlessly blends professionalism with artistic vision. Under the guidance of seasoned photographers and cultural experts, participants will explore the intricacies of Bhutan’s landscapes and traditions, capturing images that transcend the ordinary.

From the iconic Tiger’s Nest Monastery to the serene Phobjikha Valley, each location has been chosen to provide a rich tapestry for lens exploration. Our itinerary strategically aligns with local festivals, presenting unparalleled opportunities to document the vibrancy of Bhutanese culture in a nuanced and respectful manner. This tour caters to both technical refinement and artistic expression, ensuring that participants not only hone their photographic skills but also gain a profound understanding of Bhutan’s unique narrative. Join us on this professional photography tour and elevate your portfolio with images that reflect the depth and beauty of the Land of the Thunder Dragon.

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DAYS

Set out into the mountains of Bhutan to shoot images of exquisite temples, timeless farming villages unchanged by the time, dazzling rice fields and towering Himalaya. Capture scenes from a lively market or crimson-robed monks against a backdrop of whitewashed dzongs. Hike into forests where wild moss creates an otherworldly atmosphere, and photograph breathtaking panoramas of snow-clad peaks.

WHAT’S THE WEATHER LIKE?

When to visit for Bhutan Luxury Tour

Bhutan experiences distinct seasons, with a monsoon season bringing heavy rainfall from June to September, nourishing the lush green landscapes. Winters, from November to February, bring cooler temperatures and occasional snowfall in higher elevations. Spring and autumn, from March to May and September to November respectively, offer pleasant weather with clear skies and blooming flora.


4-25
°C
20-50
MM
Spring
MAR – MAY
15-27
°C
90-120
MM
Monsoons
JUN – AUG
3-26
°C
0-70
MM
Autumn
SEPT – NOV
(-2)-17
°C
5-10
MM
Winter
DEC – FEB

Trip Highlights

  • Nature

    A haven of unspoiled landscapes and biodiversity. From the elusive red pandas in Phobjikha Valley to the picturesque Punakha Dzong, each frame captures the kingdom’s pristine natural beauty. Join us in documenting Bhutan’s untouched wilderness, where every shot becomes a testament to the country’s commitment to environmental preservation.
  • Birds

    A paradise for birdwatchers. From the vibrant Himalayan Monals in Jigme Dorji National Park to the graceful Black-necked Cranes in Phobjikha Valley, capture the kingdom’s diverse avian beauty against stunning natural backdrops. Join us for an expedition where each click tells a tale of Bhutan’s commitment to preserving its unique and thriving birdlife.
  • Bhutanese Culture

    Bhutanese culture, nestled in the Himalayas, welcomes travelers with a rich tapestry of tradition and spirituality. Festivals like Paro Tsechu showcase vibrant mask dances, offering insight into the country’s identity. Dzongs and traditional attire echo an ancient heritage, while warm hospitality invites cultural engagement. Bhutan’s culture, seamlessly blending with its stunning landscapes, turns every traveler’s experience into a profound journey of discovery.

Tour Includes

  • Accommodation: Luxury Hotels

  • Meal Plan: All the meals

  • Transport: Very Comfortable Transport (SUV/Mini Bus/Coaster Bus)

  • Guide: Professional English Speaking

  • Visa / Permits: Bhutan Visa & All Permits

  • Sightseeing: Extensive Sightseeing & Touring

  • Entrance fees: All Historic Monuments

  • Tax: Government Royalties And Taxes

Tour Excludes

  • Airfare

  • Laundry

  • Private Calls

  • Beverages or Drinks

  • Insurance for travel and other contingencies.

  • Bank Charges

Single room supplement charges of US $ 40 per night halt per person will apply for any single room requirement.

Download Festival Calendar

Itinerary

  • DAY 01: Arrival at Paro

    Get a seat on the left side of the aircraft, keep your camera ready and follow the instructions of the pilot as he/she guides you through the world’s highest mountains, one after another – Kanchenjunga, Everest, Lhotse, etc. On a clear day, the views are nothing short of spectacular.

    Get a bird’s view of Paro International Airport, a black strip in a narrow valley that is considered to be among the world’s 10 most challenging airports. Here on, you have entered the “dreamland”, so to speak, for photography.

  • DAY 02: Paro

    Rinpung Dzong (Fortress on a Heap of Jewels), National Museum, 7th century Kyichu Temple among several other ancient religious monuments and sites The ruins of Drugyal Dzong and Taktshang (Tiger’s Lair) Monastery, famed for its religious significance and architectural wonder Chelela Pass (3,988 meters) and from there stunning views of Mt Jomolhari (7,326 meters) which is revered as the Abode of Goddess Remati. Also, numerous species of alpine flowers, and birds like Himalayan Monal, Satyr Tragopan, and Kalij Pheasant
  • DAY 3 & 4: Thimphu

    Thimphu is Bhutan in a miniature. There are places that no photographer should miss.

    These include:

    • Tashichhodzong – the magnificent 500-year old seat of Bhutan’s governance and the palace/office of the king.
    • Parliament Building – An epitome of modern Bhutanese architecture combined with traditional grandeur.
    • Buddha – the world’s biggest Buddha built on the breast of a hillock which commands a spectacular view of the capital city.
    • Sangaygang– The perfect viewpoint for Thimphu city.
    • Memorial Stupa – the most beautiful stupa in Bhutan built in memory of the father of modern Bhutan, king Jigme Dorji Wangchuck
    • Vegetable Market – For people and culture
    • Norzin Lam (street) – The busiest place in the capital Textile Museum, Folk Heritage Museum, School of Art and Craft
  • DAY 05: Thimphu-Punakha/Wangdue

    • Semtokha Dzong, the oldest monastery fortress of Bhutan.
    • Dochula, the 3,116 meter pass which provides a breathtaking view of the higher Himalayas Vegetation from alpine to the sub-tropical, rare birds and flowers
    • The Wangdue-Punakha valley, farms and villages, ancient monasteries including Chimi Lhakhang (the Temple of Fertility)
    • Punakha Dzong, the old capital of Bhutan and Bhutan’s most prized asset
    • The ruins of Wangdue monastery-fortress. The area is the habitat of White-Bellied Heron, the world’s rarest bird.

     

  • DAY 06: Punakha/Wangdue – Trongsa

    • Verdant forests, rare birds (including the exotic black-necked crane) and animals, and beautiful alpine flowers.
    • Pelela pass (3,390 meters), the Black Mountain range, hamlets along the way.
    • 18th century stupa at Chendebji
    • View of Trongsa Dzong – the monastery fortress which is one of the biggest in Bhutan and traditionally the power centre of central-east Bhutan.
    • The Watch Tower of Trongsa
    • Trongsa town.

     

  • DAY 07: Trongsa – Bumthang

    • Views of Mangde valley
    • Yotongla pass (3,400 meters)
    • Bumthang valley, one of the most beautiful in Bhutan, filled with old palaces, historical and religious monuments.

     

  • DAY 08: Bumthang

    • Jakar Dzong (Castle of the White Bird)
    • Wangdicholing Palace and Domkhar Palace
    • The famous Kurjey Temple and 7th century Jambay Lhakhang (temple)
    • Tamzhing Monastery, and the legendary Mebartsho (Burning Lake)
    • Airstrip, villages, nature trails, towns, etc.

     

  • DAY 09: Bumthang – Mongar

    • Thrumshingla National Park and the Thrumshingla Pass (3,780 meters)
    • Sengor-Yongkala-Lingmithang area, which is known as the Birding Capital of the World. Has the world’s highest density of birds, including some of the most rare and exotic.
    • Ruins of Zhongar Fortress
    • Kurichu Hydroelectric Dam and power house
    • Lingmethang and Mongar towns

     

  • DAY 10: Mongar-Trashigang

    • Korila Pass and the surrounding views of the landscape of eastern Bhutan
    • Yadi zig, and shots of the valley carved by Dangmechu, the biggest river of Bhutan
    • Gomphu Kora, a great site of pilgrimage for Buddhists
    • Trashigang Dzong, historically the powerhouse of the regional ruler
    • Trashigang and Rangjung towns
    • North Trashigang, the most populated area of Bhutan – local culture, customs, traditions, lifestyle

     

  • DAY 11: Trashigang

    • North Trashigang, the most populated area of Bhutan and the centre of local culture, customs, traditions, lifestyle
    • Folk festival, dance and music

     

  • DAY 12: Trashigang – Samdrup Jongkhar

    • Dozens of villages along the way.
    • Sherubtse College (Bhutan’s first), Yonphula airstrip, and the adjoining views.
    • Numerous ancient temples and monasteries enroute
    • Ancient iron smithy at Barshong
    • Bird watching area at Moshi, Dewathang

     

  • DAY 13: Departure

    Samdrup Jongkhar – Guwahati airport for onward flight.

“The Last Shangri-la”.

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Birder’s Paradise

Birder’s Paradise

  • Tine Raeymaekers

    BELGIUM

    “Tsheten took us to charming places, telling about the country and its people, and wonderfully survived our never relenting stream of questions”

  • Dr. Michelle Foltz

    USA

    “Journey to Discover Bhutan, organizes specialist tours for studying Bhutan’s natural history; cultural endeavors, especially those centered on the exuberant Buddhist religious festivals”

  • Karl

    AUSTRALIA

    “Tsheten has arranged my previous three visits to Bhutan in a professional and stress free manner (and he is currently arranging my fourth). “

  • Karl

    AUSTRALIA

    “Tsheten has arranged my previous three visits to Bhutan in a professional and stress free manner (and he is currently arranging my fourth). “

  • Lukas

    “Tsheten took very good care of me and introduced me at easy pace to Bhutan culture, customs, history and people. “

OVERVIEW

Birder’s Paradise

Get sightings of some of the world’s birds that have reached the brink of extinction or are endemic to Bhutan only. Experience the delights of seeing birds like the Satyr Tragopan, Ward’s Trogon, Himalayan Monal, Blood Pheasants, Beautiful Nuthatch, Ibisbill, Rufous-necked Hornbill, White-bellied Heron, varieties of Wren Babblers, and others.

Also see mammals like the Golden Langur, Common Langur, Capped Langer, Goral, Himalayan Black Bear, Golden-throated Martin and Flying Squirrel.

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DAYS

Other opportunities include Bhutan’s places of historical and cultural interests plus amazing mountains, landscapes, flora, and unique lifestyle.

WHAT’S THE WEATHER LIKE?

When to visit for Bhutan Luxury Tour

Bhutan experiences distinct seasons, with a monsoon season bringing heavy rainfall from June to September, nourishing the lush green landscapes. Winters, from November to February, bring cooler temperatures and occasional snowfall in higher elevations. Spring and autumn, from March to May and September to November respectively, offer pleasant weather with clear skies and blooming flora.


4-25
°C
20-50
MM
Spring
MAR – MAY
15-27
°C
90-120
MM
Monsoons
JUN – AUG
3-26
°C
0-70
MM
Autumn
SEPT – NOV
(-2)-17
°C
5-10
MM
Winter
DEC – FEB

Trip Highlights

  • Bird Watching

    Embark on a captivating bird-watching tour in Bhutan, a haven for over 700 bird species. Explore diverse ecosystems, from subtropical forests to alpine meadows, and catch glimpses of vibrant and rare species like the Himalayan Monal and the Black-necked Crane. Bhutan’s commitment to conservation ensures pristine habitats, providing a unique and enriching experience for bird enthusiasts in the heart of the Eastern Himalayas.
  • Sightseeing

    Sightseeing in Bhutan unveils a harmonious blend of cultural treasures and natural wonders. From the iconic Tiger’s Nest Monastery to the historic Punakha Dzong, each site narrates a tale of spirituality and architectural splendor. The Dochula Pass offers panoramic views, while the cultural hub of Thimphu showcases a seamless fusion of tradition and modernity. Amidst valleys adorned with prayer flags, Bhutan’s sightseeing experience is a captivating journey into the heart of a kingdom where ancient heritage meets breathtaking landscapes.
  • Bhutanese Culture

    Bhutanese culture, nestled in the Himalayas, welcomes travelers with a rich tapestry of tradition and spirituality. Festivals like Paro Tsechu showcase vibrant mask dances, offering insight into the country’s identity. Dzongs and traditional attire echo an ancient heritage, while warm hospitality invites cultural engagement. Bhutan’s culture, seamlessly blending with its stunning landscapes, turns every traveler’s experience into a profound journey of discovery.

Tour Includes

  • Accommodation: Luxury Hotels

  • Meal Plan: All the meals

  • Transport: Very Comfortable Transport (SUV/Mini Bus/Coaster Bus)

  • Guide: Professional English Speaking

  • Visa / Permits: Bhutan Visa & All Permits

  • Sightseeing: Extensive Sightseeing & Touring

  • Entrance fees: All Historic Monuments

  • Tax: Government Royalties And Taxes

Tour Excludes

  • Airfare

  • Laundry

  • Private Calls

  • Beverages or Drinks

  • Insurance for travel and other contingencies.

  • Bank Charges

Single room supplement charges of US $ 40 per night halt per person will apply for any single room requirement.

Download Festival Calendar

Itinerary

  • DAY 01: Arrival at Paro

    On arrival at Paro airport, our representative will welcome you. After checking in at a hotel, we will visit the nearby places of cultural interest like fortresses, monuments and temples.

    After lunch, preferably around late afternoon, we will scour Paro river for Ibisbill. We may be able to see other birds like White-collared Blackbird, River Lapwing and Black-tailed Crake.

    Night halt in Hotel, Paro

  • DAY 02: Paro – Thimphu. (2 hrs)

    We will leave very early for Chelela pass (3,890 m), a cool alpine meadow carpeted with beautiful alpine followers and stunning landscapes. This is the highest road point in Bhutan. We will comb the area for pheasant species like the Kalij Pheasant, Himalayan Monal and Blood Pheasant. We will have sightings of Laughingthrush, Rosefinch and Grosbeak. After lunch back at our hotel in Paro, we will take a three-hour hike to the Tiger’s Lair or Taktshang, a famous 17th century temple built on a sheer cliff-face. Towards evening, we take the hour-long drive to the capital city, Thimphu. Night halt at hotel, Thimphu

  • DAY 03: Thimphu Halt

    We drive to the north of Thimphu in the morning and then hike to Cheri monastery where, enroute, we hope to catch sightings of the various species of Laughing Thrush – Spotted, Chestnut-Crowned, White-throated – plus Rufous-bellied Woodpecker, Brown Dipper and White-collared Blackbird. We should be able to see Mountain Goats in the vicinity of the monastery. After lunch back in the hotel, we visit places of cultural, social and religious interests, in and around the capital. These include Tashichho Dzong, the palace-fortress of the King, the world’s tallest Buddha, Folk Heritage Museum, and if time permits a traditional archery match at Changlimithang. Night halt at hotel, Thimphu

  • DAY 04: Thimphu-Shaten (5 hrs)

    Today, literally, will be our communion with nature. We drive to Dochula Pass (3,150 m) where we absorb and savor the beauty of the mighty Himalayas. We skirt through forests of hemlock, oak, fir and oak besides an amazing array of rhododendron species. This mixed forest habitat spawns the beautiful Satyr Tragopan, a rarity of the Himalayas. Other species we will come across include the Rufous-breasted Bush Robin, Black-eared Shrike Babbler, and Yellow-billed Blue Magpie, Fire-tailed Myzornis and Rufous-gorgeted Flycatcher. We visit the exquisite fortress-palace called Punakha Dzong and head to our destination at Shaten inside the Jigme Dorji National Park. Night halt in camp, Shaten.

  • DAY 05: Jigme Dorji National Park

    From our base at Shaten camp, we scour the park for two whole days, primarily the river banks and the foothills, for what should be our opportunity to sight prized bird species. If lucky, we could even catch a glimpse of White-bellied Heron, a rarity with less than 200 alive worldwide. Another rarity found here is the Pallas’s Fish Eagle. Other species found include the Red–headed Trogon, Black-chinned Yuhina, Slaty-bellied Tesia, Chestnut-headed Tesia, Small Niltava, Forktails, Wren-babblers, Woodpeckers and Laughingthrushes. Night halt in camp, Shaten.

  • DAY 06: Jigme Dorji National Park

    From our base at Shaten camp, we scour the park for two whole days, primarily the river banks and the foothills, for what should be our opportunity to sight prized bird species. If lucky, we could even catch a glimpse of White-bellied Heron, a rarity with less than 200 alive worldwide. Another rarity found here is the Pallas’s Fish Eagle. Other species found include the Red–headed Trogon, Black-chinned Yuhina, Slaty-bellied Tesia, Chestnut-headed Tesia, Small Niltava, Forktails, Wren-babblers, Woodpeckers and Laughingthrushes. Night halt in camp, Shaten.

  • DAY 07: Punakha – Phobjikha (4 hrs)

    Drive early to Phobjikha valley where, enroute, we will look for Ward’s Trogon, Yellow-rumped Honeyguide and other flocks of mixed species. We will stopover for the sighting of various species of Bush Warbler and Laughingthrush which dwell in the dwarf bamboos in the vicinity of Gangteyla pass. The highlight of our visit to Phobjikha, however, is the Black-necked Crane. As the bird’s biggest wintering ground, we should be able to sight many. Afterward, we will visit the Information Centre for the crane and also take time to see the majestic 17thcentury Gangtey monastery, the seat of Buddhism’s Peling tradition. Night halt in camp, Phobjikha.

  • DAY 08: Phobjekha – Trongsa (5 hrs)

    On our way to Trongsa, our first birding spot is the Pelela pass (4,000 m) where high altitude species are often spotted. These include varieties of Finches and Bush Warblers, Brown Parrotbill, Spotted Laughingthrush and Himalayan Griffon. On reaching Trongsa, we take our lunch and visit the imposing Trongsa Dzong, built without a single iron nail. This palace-fortress has for centuries been the bastion of powerful governors whose descendents today govern the country as kings. Night halt at hotel, Trongsa.

  • DAY 09: Trongsa – Zhemgang (6 hrs)

    This should be a day of frequent stopovers on the way. The forests along the road are habitats of numerous species like Crested Bunting, Long-tailed Shrike, Prinia, Rufous Woodpecker, Common Green Magpie, Rufous-bellied Eagle, Mountain Hawk Eagle, Common Kestrel, Rusty-cheeked Scimitar Babbler, White-browed Scimitar Babbler, Streak-breasted Scimitar Babbler, Grey-bellied Tesia and Minivets. Birds aside, this is our opportunity to see the Golden Langur, discovered just about half a century ago and endemic to Bhutan. Night halt at camp, Zhemgang.

  • DAY 10: Zhemgang – Tingtibhi Highway

    This short stretch of forested area is a birder’s dream come true. These lowland forests have innumerable animal and bird species. It is yet another chance to spot the Golden Langur but we will be combing the area for the next two days mainly for Rufous-necked Hornbill, Great hornbill, Chestnut-headed Tesia and Grey-bellied Tesia, Spotted Wren Babbler, Pin-tailed Green Pigeon, Cutia, Scarlet Minivet, and an amazing variety of Laughingthrush and woodpecker. The sighting of the day, if not the entire trip, should be the extremely rare and much sought after birds appropriately named as Beautiful Nuthatch. Night halt at camp, Tingtibhi.

  • DAY 11: Zhemgang – Tingtibhi Highway

    This short stretch of forested area is a birder’s dream come true. These lowland forests have innumerable animal and bird species. It is yet another chance to spot the Golden Langur but we will be combing the area for the next two days mainly for Rufous-necked Hornbill, Great hornbill, Chestnut-headed Tesia and Grey-bellied Tesia, Spotted Wren Babbler, Pin-tailed Green Pigeon, Cutia, Scarlet Minivet, and an amazing variety of Laughingthrush and woodpecker. The sighting of the day, if not the entire trip, should be the extremely rare and much sought after birds appropriately named as Beautiful Nuthatch. Night halt at camp, Tingtibhi.

  • DAY 12: Zhemgang – Trongsa (6 hrs)

    We return to Trongsa looking for species we may not have sighted when we drove to Zhemgang. Visit the Tower of Trongsa, a museum dedicated to Bhutanese kings, and take a leisurely evening stroll in Trongsa town. Night halt at hotel, Trongsa.

  • DAY 13: Trongsa – Bumthang (3 hrs)

    Start early to Yotongla pass (3,500 m) for sightings of Brown Parrotbill, Chestnut-crown Laughing thrush, Black-faced Laughingthrush, Hill Partridge, Chestnut-tailed Minla, Gold-naped Finch and Darjeeling Woodpecker. On arrival in Bumthang, we have lunch and take a cultural tour of the valley filled with myths, legends, temples and sacred sites. Night halt at hotel, Bumthang.

  • DAY 14: Bumthang – Sengor (5hrs)

    The drive to Sengor is through Thrumshingla (3,800 m), a key habitat for Blood Pheasants. This high altitude park area also has Spotted Nutcracker, Red-billed Chough, Fire-tailed Sunbirds, Great Parrotbills, Stripe-throated Yuhinas, Snow Pigeon, Orange-flanked Bush Robin, White-browed Fulvettas, Grey-crested Tits and Coal Tits. Towards evening in Sengor, we will be looking for the coveted Satyr Tragopan, as this area is well-known for its sightings. Night halt at camp, Sengor.

  • DAY 15: Sengor – Namling – Yongkala (4 hrs)

    Today, we will be entering the wet sub-tropical forests, a stretch that goes all the way to Lingmithang and is known in some circles as the “birding capital of the world”. It is undoubtedly the finest birding place in the Himalayas. The lush forests are home to several rare species. We will scour for Shortwings, Bar-winged Wren Babblers, Black-headed Shrike Babblers, Ward’s Trogon, Slender-billed Scimitar Babblers, Yellow-rumped Honeyguide, Barbets, Golden Bush Robin, Chestnut-breasted Partridge and many other rare species. Night halt at camp, Yongkala.

  • DAY 16: Yongkala – Lingmithang Road

    This place indeed is the birding paradise. We will spend the entire two days birding the upper and lower Limithang road. Here we have the opportunity to see Wedge-billed Wren Babblers, Rufous-throated Wren Babbler, Spotted Wren Babblers, Rufous-necked Hornbill, Coral-billed Scimitar Babblers, Slender-billed Scimitar Babblers, flocks of Parrotbills, Golden-breasted Fulvetta, Scarlet Finches and many more. Night halt at camp, Yongkala.

  • DAY 17: Yongkala – Lingmithang Road

    This place indeed is the birding paradise. We will spend the entire two days birding the upper and lower Limithang road. Here we have the opportunity to see Wedge-billed Wren Babblers, Rufous-throated Wren Babbler, Spotted Wren Babblers, Rufous-necked Hornbill, Coral-billed Scimitar Babblers, Slender-billed Scimitar Babblers, flocks of Parrotbills, Golden-breasted Fulvetta, Scarlet Finches and many more. Night halt at camp, Yongkala.

  • DAY 18: Yongkala – Trashigang (5 hrs)

    A quick morning birding will be done before we head further eastward to Trashigang. On the way we stop at Korila pass where its forests of mosses and lichens harbor birds like Steak-breasted Scimitar Babblers, Long-tailed Minivet, Grey-winged Blackbird, Hoary-throated Barwing, Bhutan Laughingthrush, and Long-tailed Minivet. Night halt at hotel, Trashigang.

  • DAY 19: Trashigang – Morong (6 hrs)

    Our next campsite is Morong. As the journey is fairly long, we drive early, to catch sights of Hill Prinia, Barred Cuckoo-Dove, Red-billed Leiothrix, flocks of Striated Yuhinas, Streaked Spiderhunter, Rusty-fronted Barwing, Orange-bellied Leafbird, Common Green Magpie and Red-faced Liocichla. Again, we have an excellent opportunity to see the prized Beautiful Nuthatch. Night halt at camp, Morong.

  • DAY 20: Morong – Samdrup Jongkhar (4 hrs)

    This trip will take us to the lowest elevation of our entire journey. Along the way, our target will be to sight low altitude species like Pied Falconet, Dark-rumped Swift (extremely rare), Pin-tailed Green Pigeon, Sultan Tit, Black-backed Forktail, Red- headed Trogon, Black Eagle, House Sparrow, several species of Cuckoo, Jungle Babbler, Grey-sided Laughingthrush besides many others. Night halt at hotel, Samdrup Jongkhar.

  • DAY 21: Samdrup Jongkhar – Guwahati (4 hrs)

    As we travel to the plains of Assam, India, we will come across many species unlike those in the Himalayas. Along the way, we will be looking for species like Little Cormorant, Indian Pond Heron, Egrets, Black Ibis, Black Drongo, and even the very rare Lesser Adjutant and Greater Adjutant. See off at the airport in Guwahati, Assam.

“The Last Shangri-la”.

DISCOVER BHUTAN

If you’re unsure or still deliberating where to travel in Bhutan, we’ll put you in touch with our Travel Specialists to offer you sound advice and an honest take on any places you might be considering for your trip.

+975 17110849

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Featured Tours

Our itineraries are ready to go but you aren’t bound by it. We can customize it for you. Just remember. There’s no right time to travel’. The moment wanderlust bites, step out and hit the road
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