Where to Travel in BHUTAN

For such a small country, Bhutan has a staggering amount of cultural attractions and a wide variety of spectacular scenery. The valleys encompassing Paro and Thimphu are both justifiably popular with visitors, but equally as charming is the central part of the kingdom where, in Punakha, days can be filled with endless walking and hiking opportunities combined with a spot of gentle rafting on the Mo Chhu River. Another distinctive region of Bhutan is the Phobjikha Valley, which is home to the endangered black-necked crane during the winter months and, further west, Bumthang takes a bit longer to reach but, those who do make it there often consider it the most rewarding destination on their holiday to Bhutan.

Corinthian’s destination guides and suggested itineraries are a good starting point, but we would encourage you to take advantage of our tailor-made holiday service. With a vast accumulated knowledge and years of experience in designing luxury holidays in Bhutan, our destination specialists will ensure that your holiday experience is seamless from the moment you first contact us.