Travel the famed 'Golden Triangle', in India, visiting Delhi, Agra (Taj Mahal) and Jaipur. And in total luxury!
Our annual Paro Festival small group tour, Bhutan 07-17 April 2020, has just 4 spaces left. Don't miss out! Featuring the colour & spectacle of the famous Paro tshechu. Our…
For those privileged enough to take such a journey, up until 31 March 2020 Amankora are offering a free domestic flight & a complimentary therapeutic hot stone bath on their 10 night 'Amankora Journey' private experiences.
The Lonely Planet has just rated Bhutan as the no. 1 travel destination to visit in 2020. And we naturally concur. The Bhutanese have to be the most delightful people on the planet! So forward thinking yet so dedicted to their heritage, culture & environment.
Winter in Bhutan is also a dry, usually sunny & clear season so great for exploring and hiking. Mountain views are at their best and it is also lower in cost and usually with less tourist visitors. Both very good reasons to contemplate a visit at this time of year.
Did you know every tourist visitor to Bhutan (except for regional travellers from India & Bangladesh) makes an incredible contribution to all the Bhutanese people and their well-being!
Sal Flynn's mindful yoga tours to wonderful Bhutan have delighted many Australian yoga instructors and their clients for almost a decade now. Sal's talents as a mindful yoga therapy educator,…
Bhutan's Snowman Trek is rated one of the toughest in the world. From 16-25 days trekkers will be well over 4000 m and the highest point is around 5200 m!…
We've joined forces with global adventurer and expert photographer, Dr Andrew Peacock,and Bhutan expert trekker, author and tour leader, Heather McNeice.
Whilst hiking can generally be factored in all year round, the high altitude trekking season has become more inconsistent with climate change affecting the region. As at 2019 the trekking season is generally late MAR-early JUN and early OCT to mid-NOV; so it's being squeezed!