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Bhutan - Magical Untamed Eastern Bhutan

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Duration:17 days/16 nights
NZ $11,750.00

Bhutan Tours

Fitness
A reasonable level of fitness is required
Many monasteries in Bhutan are reached by long flights of steps. At times you will be at altitudes of up to 3000m, which can affect even the fittest traveller, so be prepared to be a little breathless.

Clothes & Luggage
We provide a comprehensive list of gear for you in the tour trip notes (sent to you on completion of the booking process.)
A medium size suitcase is sufficient for all your requirements, and ideally on wheels so that it can be pulled along.
You must be careful of the weight of your luggage and limit it to 15kgs ----- 20kgs at the very maximum.

Travel Insurance
Travel insurance is compulsory.
We require that, at a minimum, you are covered for medical expenses including emergency repatriation. We strongly recommend that the policy also covers personal liability, cancellation, curtailment and loss of luggage and personal effects.
We require evidence that you have travel insurance and the insurance company’s 24 hour emergency contact number has been provided to  Tuatara Tours.
We recommend that you take out insurance at the time of booking to protect your trip payment in the case that you may have to cancel your tour.
If you have credit card insurance we will require details of the participating insurer/underwriter, the level of coverage, policy number and emergency contact number rather than the bank’s name and credit card details. 






 

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Come with us bring an open mind and learn why so many have been touched by Bhutan's wild and gentle beauty.
 
As a travel destination Bhutan remains unique, sandwiched between its heavily industrialised neighbours, China and India. This isolated nation only opened up to foreign visits in 1974 and allowed TVs in 1999.

Bhutan is about the same size as Switzerland with just one tenth the population (approximately 780,000). It has had a slow path to development—the first road was only built in the 1960s.

Bhutan is the World’s Only Carbon-Negative Country.

 
Eastern Bhutan remains largely unexplored by tourists and is the most densely populated region of Bhutan. However, it is more remote than the other regions. 

There are roads reaching the major towns but most settlements lay hidden in the steep hillsides of remote and isolated valleys.

One highlight of this region is that it is home to minority ethnic groups, some comprising less than 1000 people. Sharchops are the predominant ethnic group in Eastern Bhutan and they are followers of the Nyingma tradition of Buddhism. “You are the first foreigner we have seen in 22 years,” exclaims a surprised monk welcoming an American tourist to his mist-shrouded outpost near Mongar. (2017)

The rugged east of Bhutan sees far fewer tourists than the western regions, which is reason enough in itself to visit. Travellers venturing east will be rewarded with no crowds, fascinating and gentle local people, beautiful silks and embroidery, and other handicrafts , as well as lush, bird-filled forests. 

The east is opening up to tourism but it remains a frontier for travel in Bhutan.  If you want to get off the beaten track and stay in 3 to 4 star comfort, this is your place.

And of course we also visit the west of Bhutan which in itself is also very exciting and includes visits to the Chelela Pass (13,000ft) and the Tigers Nest monastery.

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2019!


19 September to 5 October 2019

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Limited Availability
 
In late September / early October of 2018 Helen, Hamish and Wanda from Tuatara Tours visited Bhutan on a reconnaissance tour with the view of offering guided tours to this mysterious part of the world.

The objective of the journey was to better understand what is required to operate a successful tour in this remote country. 

We all came away pleasantly surprised, and very excited about the journey and have put together the Magical Untamed Eastern Bhutan tour for you.

Either Helen or Wanda will accompany you on your tour as a tour host. We employ local English speaking Bhutanese guides and drivers so Helen and Wanda are more hosts than guides who will ensure the smooth operation of your experience whilst in Bhutan.
 
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Bhutan Tours

Fitness
A reasonable level of fitness is required
Many monasteries in Bhutan are reached by long flights of steps. At times you will be at altitudes of up to 3000m, which can affect even the fittest traveller, so be prepared to be a little breathless.

Clothes & Luggage
We provide a comprehensive list of gear for you in the tour trip notes (sent to you on completion of the booking process.)
A medium size suitcase is sufficient for all your requirements, and ideally on wheels so that it can be pulled along.
You must be careful of the weight of your luggage and limit it to 15kgs ----- 20kgs at the very maximum.

Travel Insurance
Travel insurance is compulsory.
We require that, at a minimum, you are covered for medical expenses including emergency repatriation. We strongly recommend that the policy also covers personal liability, cancellation, curtailment and loss of luggage and personal effects.
We require evidence that you have travel insurance and the insurance company’s 24 hour emergency contact number has been provided to  Tuatara Tours.
We recommend that you take out insurance at the time of booking to protect your trip payment in the case that you may have to cancel your tour.
If you have credit card insurance we will require details of the participating insurer/underwriter, the level of coverage, policy number and emergency contact number rather than the bank’s name and credit card details. 






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Magical Untamed Eastern Bhutan


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Day 1 - Singapore - Guawhati (India) flight - Samdrup Jongkhar (Bhutan, elevation 173m).
An early morning flight (6:30am) from Singapore takes us to Guawhati, India, where our adventures begin. After checking in at the Druk Air counter at Changi Airport in Singapore we will meet as a group in the departure lounge one and a half hours before departure. We recommend group members arrive in Singapore by at least midday the day before departure.

Our flight arrives in Guawhati, India at 8:30am and after clearing Indian immigration we will be met by our Bhutanese guide and driver for the three hour journey to the border town of Samdrup Jongkhar where we overnight.  There will be a chance to stretch the legs in this easy-going, low-lying border town this afternoon. A tour orientation meeting will be held this evening.  

 


Day 2 - Samdrup Jongkhar (172m) - Kanglung (1829m) - We depart Samdrup Jongkhar after breakfast for the 6-7 hour drive northwards into Eastern Bhutan. The drive climbs through thick vegetation passing by Deothang and many other small villages before a stop in Womrong for lunch. We continue on to the village Khaling (1829m) where we check out the national handloom weaving centre and then into the cooler environment of Kanglung for our overnight stop.
 

Day 3 - Kanglung (1829m) - Trashigang (1070m) - This morning we drive from our beautiful hotel located amongst verdant terraced fields, through the town of Trashigang and up to the hilltop village of Ramjar where we immerse ourselves in genuine Bhutanese rural life. The views from Ramjar are incredible looking out towards Arunchal Pradesh in India and northwards towards the Trashiyangste Valley where we will spend the next two days.  It is approximately a 1.5 - 2 hour drive to Ramjar where we will disembark the bus for the 40 minute optional walk to our hosts home.  Here we have the opportunity to learn about the food and customs of rural Bhutanese people. Our lunch will be local fare and we even get the chance to make some ara (a corn-based alcoholic drink) and meet the locals. - Mid afternoon we drive back to Trashigang where we stay tonight.
 

Day 4 - Trashigang (1070m) - Trashiyangste (1700m) -

Today we head northwards into one of the most remote valleys in Bhutan for a two night stay which gives us plenty of time to soak up and experience everything this incredible valley has to offer. We travel with a packed lunch, we will do some sight-seeing en-route into the valley. 

The road into the valley makes for a bumpy ride but the destination is totally worth it. Gom Kora is one of the must-see places en route to Trashiyangste, a remarkably located temple brimming with legends and lore that our local guide will regale you with.  Once we get to Trashiyangste we allow some free time to wander around this delightful town.  In the early evening we walk down to Chorten Kora to witness and take part in the evening circumambulation with locals around this remarkable Buddhist stupa. 

 

Day 5 - Trashiyangste (1700m) -

We can sleep in this morning, and then go over the options for the day. Then we will head up to visit the national craft college where students learn Bhutanese traditional arts (the BEST place to shop for locally-made crafts. 

Bumdeling Wildlife Sanctuary is located about an hour’s drive up the road for those who want to go for a one or two hour walk.  Others may choose to stay back, and look around the town, visit a local school or just relax.  Lots of options. We like to keep our options open. 
 



Day 6 - Trashiyangste (1700m) - Mongar (1600m) - Approximately 4-5 hours of driving. We depart shortly after breakfast and retrace our drive to Gom Kora and then on to Mongar and our accommodation for the next two nights.  We will have lunch en route and should reach our destination mid-afternoon.  The rest of the afternoon is available for you to relax, catch up on washing, have a relaxing drink on the gorgeous terrace at our Hotel, explore the town or indulge in a massage.
 

Day 7 - Mongar (1600m) - No driving today. We offer an optional walk through the countryside towards an idyllic ridge top monastery at Pangchu. Passing by local monasteries and walking through productive farmland we reach our destination after about two and a half hours. We enjoy a packed lunch on the tops gazing over the seemingly never-ending hillsides that march into the distance. For those of you who want to stay closer to the hotel, exploring the town is a great option or just relaxing and visiting a local monastery located about 20 minutes walk from the hotel. 
 

Day 8 - Mongar (1600m) -  Autsho (920m) - After breakfast we head back onto the road for an approximately 3-4 hour drive into the Lhuentse Valley which is renowned for its incredible weavers – some of  the most sought after and expensive fabrics in the country are made here using a technique more akin to embroidery than weaving. Our destination today is the village of Khoma where many of the houses have traditional back strap looms set up on their porches. We take a packed lunch and after our visit we backtrack to the village of Autsho for an overnight at a resort alongside the river. 
 

Day 9 - Austsho (920m) – Trogon Lodge, halfway up the Thrumshingla Pass - To break up an otherwise very long drive into central Bhutan we depart Autsho at a leisurely time and make our way up the Thrumshing La pass and overnight at Trogon Lodge, a facility built specifically for bird watchers. This drive takes us along some of the most spectacular sections of road in Bhutan. For those interested, a short bird watching excursion from the lodge will be on offer. 
 

Day 10 - Trogon Lodge – Bumthang (Jakar) 2580m - After breakfast we continue driving up towards the summit of the 3750m Thrumshing La Pass where we make a brief stop in the thin air and then onwards towards the Ura Valley and Jakar/Bumthang – one of the most important and historically significant places in Bhutan where we spend two nights. We should arrive into Bumthang mid afternoon in time for you to stretch your legs checking out the pool halls and quaint shops of this lively town. 
 

Day 11 - Bumthang (2580m) - After breakfast we head out for a morning of sightseeing around Bumthang which includes a visit to Jhampey Lhakang (monastery), Kurjey Lhakang (monastery), the Jakar Dzong (fortress), the Swiss Cheese factory and the Red Panda Beer making facility. We get back to town in time for a late lunch, and those of you who want to try a traditional hot stone bath, later this afternoon is the time to try this out.
 

Day 12 - Bumthang (2580m) – Punakha (1242m)  - We leave early for a big driving day that affords plenty of  window sight-seeing opportunities. A stop at the Yartha shop outside Bumthang is a great place to buy some fabric souvenirs and on we go westwards past the incredible Trongsa Dzong (fortress) and in to the lower elevations of Punakha.  Our goal is to reach the quintessentially scenic Punakha Dzong (fortress) by 3:30-4pm to experience this iconic place during the magic hours of the late afternoon. 
 

Day 13 - Punakha (1242m) – Thimpu (2334m) - The roads get noticeably busier as we near the Bhutan capital of Thimpu. We stop at the scenic (and very popular!) Dochu La Pass and its 108 chortens for tea, coffee and photos and then in to bustling Thimpu city where we have lunch, some time to wander around before regrouping for a couple of hours of sight seeing. We visit the giant 51m Buddha statue that overlooks the city as the sun begins to dip behind the hills followed by a short drive to the magnificent Tashi Tso Dzong which is lit up early evening and resembles something out of a beautiful fairy tale.  
 

Day 14 - Thimpu (2334m) – Haa (2670m) - We depart after breakfast to visit the National Takin Preserve to acquaint ourselves with the odd looking national animal of Bhutan - half goat and half cow.  Morning is the best time to visit as the animals are more  active. We bid farewell to the busy city, head over the highest road pass in Bhutan (Chele La 3900m) and dip down into the stunningly beautiful Haa Valley for a late lunch at what might be the most beautiful boutique lodge in Bhutan. The lodge is a renovated farmhouse with some of the best food in the country.  You won’t be disappointed! Hot stone baths are on offer here, as are short walks and soaking up village life. 
 

Day 15 - Haa Valley (2670m) - Paro (2200m)  - We are in no hurry to leave this morning! Sleep in, take a stroll in the surrounding countryside or  catch up on photo editing (trust us you will have a lot of photos!) We leave around 11:30am with a packed lunch for the two and a half hour return journey to Paro. We arrive in time for a leisurely stroll  down the main street and its abundance of shops. We then drive to the four star Resort which will be your home for two nights.  Tonight we prepare for the amazing hike tomorrow to the iconic Tigers Nest Monastery! 
 

Day 16 - Paro (2200m) - Today we walk to the world famous Tiger’s Nest Monastery.  We head off shortly after breakfast for the short drive to the trail head followed by a walk to this iconic temple that clings to the cliffside. It is all uphill but there is an option of a pony ride to the tea house which is located about two thirds of  the way up.  
We may spend another hour in Paro town for last minute shopping and then back to our amazing hotel  to celebrate the end of incredible east to west traverse of this extraordinary country.  
 

Day 17 - Paro (2200m)- Our return flight to Singapore departs early morning so it’s an early wakeup for the  short drive to  the airport and on to Singapore where we bid you farewell.  We recommend you book your connecting flight for the following day and overnight in Singapore.
 
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2019!


19 September to 5 October 2019

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Limited Availability
 
In late September / early October of 2018 Helen, Hamish and Wanda from Tuatara Tours visited Bhutan on a reconnaissance tour with the view of offering guided tours to this mysterious part of the world.

The objective of the journey was to better understand what is required to operate a successful tour in this remote country. 

We all came away pleasantly surprised, and very excited about the journey and have put together the Magical Untamed Eastern Bhutan tour for you.

Either Helen or Wanda will accompany you on your tour as a tour host. We employ local English speaking Bhutanese guides and drivers so Helen and Wanda are more hosts than guides who will ensure the smooth operation of your experience whilst in Bhutan.
 
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Bhutan Tours

Fitness
A reasonable level of fitness is required
Many monasteries in Bhutan are reached by long flights of steps. At times you will be at altitudes of up to 3000m, which can affect even the fittest traveller, so be prepared to be a little breathless.

Clothes & Luggage
We provide a comprehensive list of gear for you in the tour trip notes (sent to you on completion of the booking process.)
A medium size suitcase is sufficient for all your requirements, and ideally on wheels so that it can be pulled along.
You must be careful of the weight of your luggage and limit it to 15kgs ----- 20kgs at the very maximum.

Travel Insurance
Travel insurance is compulsory.
We require that, at a minimum, you are covered for medical expenses including emergency repatriation. We strongly recommend that the policy also covers personal liability, cancellation, curtailment and loss of luggage and personal effects.
We require evidence that you have travel insurance and the insurance company’s 24 hour emergency contact number has been provided to  Tuatara Tours.
We recommend that you take out insurance at the time of booking to protect your trip payment in the case that you may have to cancel your tour.
If you have credit card insurance we will require details of the participating insurer/underwriter, the level of coverage, policy number and emergency contact number rather than the bank’s name and credit card details. 






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Guides

You will be accompanied by a New Zealand guide (host) who is experienced in travel to Bhutan. Your host will be with you from the time you leave Singapore until you arrive back in Singapore where your tour will end.

We will also have a fully accredited Bhutanese English speaking guide for the duration of the tour. Our guide is very well versed and qualified to comment on all that is Bhutanese. 

Our driver is also accredited by the Bhutanese government.

 

 

Visas

You will require a visa for both Bhutan and India.  Please talk to us at the time of booking as we arrange your Bhutan visa which is included in the tour cost.

We can also assist you with obtaining your visa for India.

 


Transport

Your tour will start once we board our flight from Singapore to Guawhati in India.

All transport including your flights from Singapore to Guawhati and the return flight from Paro to Singapore are included in the tour cost. On arrival in Guawhati we will be met by our Bhutanese Government accredited guide and driver.

You will be travelling in a well appointed small bus with very comfortable seating.

Whilst there are approximately 8000km of roads in Bhutan, the quality varies greatly depending on proximity to the major towns of Thimpu and Paro. As such, even short distances can take longer than expected. Bhutan is currently upgrading a lot of their road network and delays are common. Roads are narrow and speeds are slow.(Speed limit is 60kph).  

 


Accommodation

We stay in modern 3 to 4 star hotels or resorts all the way.

Hotels in Bhutan are of a good standard and are comparable with hotels in more developed western countries. They are clean and tidy with modern facilities throughout. 

Rooms are double/ twin with ensuite facilities. All rooms have coffee and tea making facilities. 

You will receive more comprehensive details of the accommodation on your tour at time of booking.

Your pre and post tour accommodation in Singapore is not included in the tour cost.

 
 

Food

All meals are included with the cost of your trip in Bhutan. Generally meals will be buffet style and taken in your hotel or guesthouse. Breakfast, lunches and dinners will generally include a selection of western, Chinese or Indian style dishes, with some local specialties on occasion.

Dont forget to try the national dishes of emma datshe (chilli and cheese) and delicious red rice. Rice and vegetable dishes are always present for every meal.

Vegetarians are well catered for and meat is the exception rather than the rule with most meals. Alcoholic drinks are not included with meals and are paid for separately. Filtered or bottled water is usually freely available in most hotels restaurants and in the vehicle you will  be travelling in.

Each meal will typically have three or four dishes to share. Choices are limited and feedback has suggested that the food isn’t the main reason to visit Bhutan. Meals may become a little monotonous with similar offerings at a lot of the restaurants.

Please don’t be offended that your guide and driver do not eat with you. This is the custom in Bhutan and guides and drivers generally eat together in another section of the restaurant.

 

 

Entry Fees

All entry fees to monasteries and other attractions when accompanied by our local guide.
 

Enquire now for
2019!


19 September to 5 October 2019

3atpunakha-566

 
Limited Availability
 
In late September / early October of 2018 Helen, Hamish and Wanda from Tuatara Tours visited Bhutan on a reconnaissance tour with the view of offering guided tours to this mysterious part of the world.

The objective of the journey was to better understand what is required to operate a successful tour in this remote country. 

We all came away pleasantly surprised, and very excited about the journey and have put together the Magical Untamed Eastern Bhutan tour for you.

Either Helen or Wanda will accompany you on your tour as a tour host. We employ local English speaking Bhutanese guides and drivers so Helen and Wanda are more hosts than guides who will ensure the smooth operation of your experience whilst in Bhutan.
 
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For dates, availability & customisations Enquire

Bhutan Tours

Fitness
A reasonable level of fitness is required
Many monasteries in Bhutan are reached by long flights of steps. At times you will be at altitudes of up to 3000m, which can affect even the fittest traveller, so be prepared to be a little breathless.

Clothes & Luggage
We provide a comprehensive list of gear for you in the tour trip notes (sent to you on completion of the booking process.)
A medium size suitcase is sufficient for all your requirements, and ideally on wheels so that it can be pulled along.
You must be careful of the weight of your luggage and limit it to 15kgs ----- 20kgs at the very maximum.

Travel Insurance
Travel insurance is compulsory.
We require that, at a minimum, you are covered for medical expenses including emergency repatriation. We strongly recommend that the policy also covers personal liability, cancellation, curtailment and loss of luggage and personal effects.
We require evidence that you have travel insurance and the insurance company’s 24 hour emergency contact number has been provided to  Tuatara Tours.
We recommend that you take out insurance at the time of booking to protect your trip payment in the case that you may have to cancel your tour.
If you have credit card insurance we will require details of the participating insurer/underwriter, the level of coverage, policy number and emergency contact number rather than the bank’s name and credit card details. 







Enquire now for
2019!


19 September to 5 October 2019

3atpunakha-566

 
Limited Availability
 
In late September / early October of 2018 Helen, Hamish and Wanda from Tuatara Tours visited Bhutan on a reconnaissance tour with the view of offering guided tours to this mysterious part of the world.

The objective of the journey was to better understand what is required to operate a successful tour in this remote country. 

We all came away pleasantly surprised, and very excited about the journey and have put together the Magical Untamed Eastern Bhutan tour for you.

Either Helen or Wanda will accompany you on your tour as a tour host. We employ local English speaking Bhutanese guides and drivers so Helen and Wanda are more hosts than guides who will ensure the smooth operation of your experience whilst in Bhutan.
 
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History

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Bhutan Tours

Fitness
A reasonable level of fitness is required
Many monasteries in Bhutan are reached by long flights of steps. At times you will be at altitudes of up to 3000m, which can affect even the fittest traveller, so be prepared to be a little breathless.

Clothes & Luggage
We provide a comprehensive list of gear for you in the tour trip notes (sent to you on completion of the booking process.)
A medium size suitcase is sufficient for all your requirements, and ideally on wheels so that it can be pulled along.
You must be careful of the weight of your luggage and limit it to 15kgs ----- 20kgs at the very maximum.

Travel Insurance
Travel insurance is compulsory.
We require that, at a minimum, you are covered for medical expenses including emergency repatriation. We strongly recommend that the policy also covers personal liability, cancellation, curtailment and loss of luggage and personal effects.
We require evidence that you have travel insurance and the insurance company’s 24 hour emergency contact number has been provided to  Tuatara Tours.
We recommend that you take out insurance at the time of booking to protect your trip payment in the case that you may have to cancel your tour.
If you have credit card insurance we will require details of the participating insurer/underwriter, the level of coverage, policy number and emergency contact number rather than the bank’s name and credit card details. 






 

Bhutan

Magical Untamed Eastern Bhutan

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This Is Why Every Country In The World Needs To Be More Like Bhutan

 

Every country has its own charm and its own set of problems. Nothing and no-one is perfect but one can only try and get as close to perfect as possible. 

This tiny country which is smaller in area than the majority of Indian states is setting an amazing example of living life in the best way possible. It is still mostly untouched and unharmed by human intervention. 

Life in this land is calm, peaceful and surrounded by natural beauty, exactly how it is meant to be. 

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  • Bhutan provides free education and healthcare facilities to not only its residents, but also tourists.
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  • Bhutan is the only country that consumes more  carbon dioxide than it gives out.
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  • Around 70% of the total land is covered with forest in Bhutan.
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  • Bhutan is also the only nation that follows the policy of gross national happiness and not the traditional gross national product.
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  • It is the happiest country in Asia and probably in the world. Quite an achievement.
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  • Bhutan banned the use of tobacco completely in the year 2007.
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  • Its capital city Thimphu is free of traffic lights.
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  • It is the largest exporter of renewable energy in the world.
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  • It has banned the use of plastic bags since 1999.
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  • The king and queen of Bhutan celebrated the birth of their first child by planting around 108,000 tree saplings.
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  • It also has a world record of planting about 49,672 trees in just an hour.
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  • It is also the only country in the whole world that grows its food organically. Bhutan has banned the use of pesticides and other chemicals in agriculture.
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  • It is one of the greenest countries in the world.
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  • Citizens of the country have constitutional obligations to protect the environment.
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  • Simplicity is the policy that every Bhutanese individual breathes and lives. If all the countries followed Bhutan, our world would be a better place!

Enquire now for
2019!


19 September to 5 October 2019

3atpunakha-566

 
Limited Availability
 
In late September / early October of 2018 Helen, Hamish and Wanda from Tuatara Tours visited Bhutan on a reconnaissance tour with the view of offering guided tours to this mysterious part of the world.

The objective of the journey was to better understand what is required to operate a successful tour in this remote country. 

We all came away pleasantly surprised, and very excited about the journey and have put together the Magical Untamed Eastern Bhutan tour for you.

Either Helen or Wanda will accompany you on your tour as a tour host. We employ local English speaking Bhutanese guides and drivers so Helen and Wanda are more hosts than guides who will ensure the smooth operation of your experience whilst in Bhutan.
 
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