BHUTAN TRAVEL - BHUTAN & BEYOND
Bhutan & Beyond owners, James & Nicola Irving, simply adore Bhutan. It is their passion to ensure their clients experience the very best the Kingdom has to offer. James & Nicola visit Bhutan regularly and have developed exceptional relationships with key members in the Bhutanese tourism industry and are always up to date with the latest tourism developments.
Whether you prefer private travel or a group tour, luxury or budget, Bhutan & Beyond can accommodate your unique needs. Special interest tours are also available featuring yoga, photography and motorcycling tours.
Bhutan & Beyond are very proud to be part of the celebrated MTA Travel – Mobile Travel Agents Australia. This strategic partnership brings exceptional client benefits such as:
Membership of AFTA – Australian Federation of Travel Agents
Membership to ATAS – AFTA’s highest rated travel agencies for skills, performance and consumer protection
ZERO Flight Risk – MTA Travel’s exclusive free cover against supplier default (not available during COVID-19 pandemic)
Access to our wonderful travel app ‘COMPANION’ which puts trip details & documentation at your fingertips, and our clients just love it!
James & Nicola have been active in the travel industry for many years. Furthermore they are experienced in the corporate, leisure, group, sports, wholesale and incentive genres.
James & Nicola look forward to providing you with a well-structured and truly rewarding travel experience.
Planning a trip to Bhutan?
Make sure you check out our Top Ten List of Things to See in Bhutan
We structure itineraries based on our extensive personal knowledge of Bhutan.
James & Nicola attest to motorcycling through Bhutan being an especially rewarding experience.
Your trip is at your fingertips with our exclusive travel app “COMPANION”
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Our Most Frequently Asked Questions About Bhutan
How large is Bhutan?
Bhutan is 38,394 square kilometres. Think the same size as Switzerland and similarly land-locked and mountainous. Even the houses have a similarity in their shape and look.
How do you get to Bhutan?
By air is easiest from Bangkok, Singapore, Kolkata, Delhi, Bagdogra & Kathmandu. As at OCT19 there is just one land border crossing open for tourist visitors at Phuentsholing from West Bengal (India)
What is the altitude of Bhutan?
This varies between each valley. The lowest region in the south bordering India is around 450 m and the highest Himalaya peaks in the north, bordering China/Tibet, are over 7000 m. The main valleys traversed by the single west-east highway, in central Bhutan, range between 2300 m in western Bhutan (Paro & Thimphu); down to 1250 m in Punakha; up to 3000 m in Phobjikha (central) and around 1500 m in the eastern Bhutan region.
Our happy and satisfied customers
All travel referred to on this site is arranged through James Kerr Irving & Nicola Marie Irving t/a Bhutan & Beyond.
MTA – Mobile Travel Agents is a member of Virtuoso, AFTA, ATAS and IATA accredited.
This business is independently owned and operated by James Irving & Nicola Marie Irving t/a Bhutan & Beyond ABN 17 802 191 944 under licence from MTA – Mobile Travel Agents Pty Ltd ACN 064 044 trading as MTA Travel and Mobile Travel Agents