Bhutan is a rare destination that soothes the soul!
Our troubled Covid-19 times will eventually end. Our world may be a vastly different place in the future.
The rest of the world should look at the wonderful example Bhutan has set. Its balance between good governance, the happiness of the people and the preservation of it’s flora & fauna are to be commended. And in such a sustainable way.
When borders open once more, and aircraft schedules allow, Bhutan will offer that special experience where one can be inspired, and be humbled, by this unique little Buddhist Kingdom that offers so much more. Bhutan does not accept visitors as ‘tourists’; it accepts them as ‘guests’ and treats them accordingly.
The coming September-November 2020 peak season is extremely heavily booked. Especially as most of our March-May 2020 travellers deferred their travel until this later period. However, the delightful winter in Bhutan (DEC-FEB) is the perfect time to plan a visit, with lower costs and plenty of capacity. Check out our small group Winter Wonder tour or our range of private tours.
Why not call us soon to discuss your Bhutan plans. James & Nicola, at Bhutan & Beyond, will create the best travel experience you may ever have.
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Article by James Irving – Bhutan Travel Expert
James Irving – Bhutan Travel Expert.
James has worked in the travel industry for over 40 years & has been involved in the leisure, corporate, group, sport, incentive & wholesale Travel genres.
James loves rugby union, and keenly supports the Queensland Reds and the Australian Wallabies.