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Rediscover the serene rhythm of life. Let yourself dazzled by the splendor of Bhutanese festivals and the beauty of Himalayan ritual dances. Celebrate and rejoice at Thimphu Tshechu, a colorful and unique festival, arguably the best reason to travel to Bhutan. Listen to a Buddhist monk and witness temple chanting rituals. Learn about traditional Bhutanese herbal medicine and enjoy a traditional hot stone bath. Join Gangtey Festival where monks perform with outstanding energy sacred mask dances and folk singing dances.

For 10 wonder-full days, experience life in an endearing place that that has not lost its soul.

This is your chance to discover a Himalayan kingdom that’s riddled with history and culture, yet still relatively untouched by tourism. See for yourself!


Day 1Welcome to Bhutan, a true bucket-list haven

We touch down at Paro Airport where we will be warmly welcomed by our guide and driver.

We fuel up on a sumptuous buffet-style lunch and prepare for one epic trip.

We drive for 1 hour alongside mountains and fields of red rice to Thimphu, Bhutan's capital city.

Although Thimphu is the biggest and busiest city of Bhutan, with no traffic lights and plenty of cultural events, you can call it the most pleasant capital in world.

We start our exploration with a visit to the National Memorial Chorten, a white imposing stupa, with spires of gold dedicated to World Peace.

We continue to Buddha point (Kuensel Phodrang) and  admire the largest statue of Buddha in the world, 51.5 meters tall. This place offers breathtaking views of the Thimphu valley.

We please our eyes at the colorful Gagyel Lhundrup Weaving Centre where a finely embroidered kira can take nine months to make and cost over US$1200.

We make a final stop to the Nado Poizokhang Incense Factory, Bhutan’s oldest and largest hand-made incense maker, before heading to our hotel to relax and bond with fellow travellers over dinner.

Highlights of the day:

  • Marvel at exquisite paintings /sculptures at the National Memorial Chorten
  • Admire the largest Buddha structure in the world
  • Learn about the intricate meanings and unique production techniques of Bhutanese textiles and other crafts
  • Learn the history of incense and witness the process of making incense


  • Hotel Namgay Heritage/Osel/Khang Residency or similar


Day 2Archery, traditional remedies, thangka painting and incense

Wake up feeling awesome; another day of exploring Bhutan awaits. Today is all about delving deep into the capital.

Take an archery lesson. Archery is both the favorite pastime and the National Game of Bhutan. The Bhutan Olympic Committee describes archery as a “celebration of the Bhutanese way of life.”

We’ll spend the rest of the morning visiting some of the most unique places in Thimphu.

At The National Institute of Traditional Medicine, we learn about acupuncture, herbal heating and other traditional medicines or treatments. We listen to a fascinating 1 hour lecture on traditional Bhutanese medicine. There is the option to ask for a private consultation.

We admire thangka paintings at Choki Traditional Art School, which trains disadvantaged youth in traditional Bhutanese arts. The thangka, a Tibetan painting using ground mineral pigment on cotton or silk, functions as one of the principle meditation tools in Buddhist practice. The school is located just north of the capital of Bhutan, in the beautiful mountain valley of Kabesa.

Next stop, Jungshi Handmade Paper Factory. The paper made here is based on unique materials of the Himalaya plus various flowers and leaves from the ubiquitous chili and hemp plants, to add textures and patterns.

In the afternoon, witness the hoisting of the national flag by the Royal Bhutan Police at Tashichho Dzong: "Fortress of the Glorious Religion." This is the seat of the government since 1952 and  presently houses the throne room and offices of the king. It is surrounded by well-kept lawns and beautiful gardens.

No tour of Thimphu is complete without a visit to the National Textile Museum and to the National Library, stocked with priceless ancient Buddhist manuscripts.

Highlights of the day:

  • Try your hand at archery
  • Learn about the traditional Bhutanese medicine a unique and holistic health care system
  • Watch the paper making process
  • Witness the hoisting of the national flag
  • Learn about the art and history of the Tibetan thangka painting
  • Admire priceless ancient Buddhist manuscripts


  • Hotel Namgay Heritage/Osel/Khang Residency or similar


Day 3Celebrate and rejoice at Thimphu Festival

It’s believed that everyone must attend a Tshechu at least once in their lifetime. Watching the festivities is considered by many Bhutanese to be a blessing and essential in order to gain enlightenment.

One of the grandest Tshechus in Bhutan is the Thimphu Festival, which was first established in 1670 by the fourth Temporal Ruler Tenzing Rabgye.

It attracts entire communities from all over the country who come in their finest clothing to witness mystical dances performed by trained monks and laymen, socialise and receive blessings.

Undoubtedly, the Thimphu Tshechus is one of the best ways to experience the ancient living culture of Bhutan, gain insight into the nation’s religion and admire the deep faith and devotion of the Bhutanese people.

Highlights of the day:

  • Join locals in a colorful celebration of Bhutanese culture and faith at Thimphu Festival
  • Witness sacred dances and rituals
  • Experience a carnival-like atmosphere in one of the most remote countries in the world


  • Hotel Namgay Heritage/Osel/Khang Residency or similar


Day 4In the footsteps of the Madman

Start the day the healthy way, with a one to two hours meditation class at Dechen Phodrang Monastery.

Then, make the three hours journey from Thimphu to Punakha by car, via Dochula. Prepare for some truly awe-inspiring landscapes as you zigzag up to the 3140m high Pass of Dochula. Once you get to the top, admire the sweeping view of the eastern Himalayas, including Bhutan's highest mountain, the majestic Gangkar Punsum (24,770ft/7,550m.)

Here, we stop for tea then descend along a series of hairpin bends to the fertile valley of Punakha.

After lunch in Punakha, we hike for 30-45 minutes to the beautiful Chhimi Lhakhang, an unusual fertility temple built in 1499 by lama Drukpa Kunley, charmingly known as “The Divine Madman.” On this site, The Divine Madman subdued the Demoness of the Dochula using his “magic thunderbolt of wisdom,” also known as “his phallus.”

Then, we drive to the impressive Punakha Dzong, the winter seat of the Je Khenpo and the Monk Body. With its three towers and wonderful location at the confluence of two rivers, the Mo (Female) Chu and Pho (Male) Chu, Punakha dzong is considered to be the most beautiful of Bhutan’s 21 Dzongs.

Photographers, you’re welcome!

Highlights of the day:

  • Meditate with monks at Dechen Phodrang Monastery
  • Visit Chimi Lhakhang, an unusual monastery dedicated to Buddhism's "Divine Madman"
  • Get a marvelous view into Dzong architecture


  • Hotel Meri Puensum/Zangtopelri/Zingkham or similar


Day 5Good morning, Punakha!

Having waved goodbye to Thimphu, we’ll wake up this morning in the lush green valleys of Punakha.

Leave everyday life far behind as you wander past shimmering rice paddies, hike deep pine forests and cross the famous Punakha cantilever bridge spanning the river.

Enjoy magnificent views up and down the lush Mo Chhu valley at the Khamsum Yulley Namgyal Chorten. This chorten was built by the Queen Mother to ward off evil forces and bring peace and harmony for all living beings. It is one of the finest examples of Bhutanese architecture.

On the return walk we could hike along the riverside, through fields of paddies, cabbages and rice following the ancient trail that goes through farmlands and village homes. This additional hike takes about two hours.

Ready for rapids?

In the afternoon, for the more adventurous ones and for an extra $20 fee pp, there is the option of white water rafting till the Dzong or beyond.

Highlights of the day:

  • Cross Punakha suspension bridge
  • Ward off evil forces at Khamsum Yulley Namgyal Chorten
  • White water rafting ( optional )


  • Hotel Meri Puensum/Zangtopelri/Zingkham or similar


Day 6Gangtey calling

Today, we depart Punakha to make our way to the quaint rural settlement of Gangtey.

The journey takes about 3 hours. Don’t worry. Time will fly. From hilltops clouded in mist to pathways flanked by rice paddies that stretch away into the horizon, there’s plenty to marvel at – and the potential for Insta-fodder is unrivalled.

On arrival we visit the striking Gangtey Goemba, a more than 450 years old monastery. Gyaltse Pema Thinley, the grandson and mind reincarnation of Pema Lingpa founded the Temple in 1613, and Tenzin Legpai Dhendup, the second re-incarnation, built the temple. The present Abbot, Kunzang Pema Namgyal is the ninth re-incarnation.

A few kilometers past the Gompa on the valley floor is the fascinating valley of Phobjikha. Located at 3,000 meters above sea level, this broad glacial valley with its gently slope is a place of astonishing beauty. It has been described as” the most beautiful valley in the most beautiful country of Himalayas.” It is the winter home to the endangered black-necked cranes. These graceful birds are a symbol of peace and longevity and, are so culturally important that the government chose to bury cabling for the electricity underground rather than have cables on poles, to protect them. It was an extravagant measure for what is a still developing nation.

We visit the Black Necked Crane Information Centre and meet "Karma", an injured crane well taken care of.

As the most sublime valley in a nation full of sublime valleys, Phobjikha Valley is also a haven for hikers.

We enjoy a 45 minutes walk around the Gangtey Nature trail.

Highlights of the day:

  • Visit a more than 450 years old monastery, home to the ninth reincarnation of the Gangtey Tulku
  • Meet Karma, an endangered black-necked crane
  • Hike in the happiest valley of all, Phobjikha


  • Hotel Dewachen/ABC Eco lodge or Farm House


Day 7Beauty and splendor at Gangtey Festival

We attend Gangtey Tshechu in Gangtey Monastery.

This festival is celebrated to commemorate the great deeds of 8th century Tantric master Guru Padmasambhava who brought Mahayana Buddhism in Bhutan.

Adorned with colorful costumes, the dances are performed by both monks and villagers with outstanding energy and locals gather to witness in their finest hand woven bright dresses.

Blaring horns, booming drums, and clashing cymbals accompany them as they whirl and leap around the courtyard of the monastery.

The festival is blessed with indefinite virtues and prayers: a mere visit cleanses one of sins, fulfills wishes and guides the path to Nirvana (Liberation from the cycle of existence).

Highlights of the day:

  • See all the ceremonies and enjoy the close contact with monks, local authorities, and plenty of the valley people of all ages


  • Hotel Dragon Nest Resort/Punatsangchhu/Hotel Lobeysa or similar


Day 8From Wangdue to Paro

We’re on the move today – this time with a 3 hours drive to Paro.

To stretch our legs, we stop at the beautiful Botanical Garden of Dochula to admire the different varieties of Rhododendrons, Magnolia, Cherry and other flowers in bloom.

We continue our journey, cross the Paro Chhu via Nyamai Zam, a traditional wooden covered bridge, and pass by Ugyen Pelri Palace, the residence of the Queen’s mother.

The evening is ours to relax, refresh or take a stroll around the streets of Paro.

We’ll have a big big day tomorrow.

Highlights of the day:

  • Travel through a landscape in which prayers from prayer flags and wheels fly out across the mountain landscape to subjugate demons
  • Journey through the scenic mountain pass of Dochula  perched at an altitude of 10,200 feet
  • See wild rhododendrons in their full glory at the Botanical Garden of Dochula
  • Discover the meditation caves tucked into the hills just above the pass resembling Hobbit homes
  • Cross a traditional wooden covered bridge


  • Hotel Metta Resort and Spa/Hotel Olathang/Tenzingling or similar


Day 9Tiger’s Nest Hike – Bhutan’s Jewel Trek

Fuel up at breakfast this morning because today we hike to one of Bhutan’s most sacred places: the legendary Taktsang monastery. Taksang (meaning Tiger’s Nest) is a magnificent, gravity-defying monastery clinging on a rock cliff 900 meters above the valley floor.

Taktsang is said to be the holiest site in Bhutan. The legend has it that the Great Guru Rinpoche (Padmasambhawa), the father of Mahayana Buddhism, flew here from northeast Bhutan on the back of a tigress to subdue the demons of Paro Valley. Finding shelter in a series of caves, he meditated for three years and then set about converting the Bhutanese to Buddhism.

It’s a steep climb to Taktsang, but the going is fairly easy if taken slowly.
The entire area is wrapped in colorful prayer flags, while crevices in the rock are crammed with tsa-tsas, small stupa-shaped clay statues that sometimes have the ashes of loved ones embedded in them, meant to liberate their souls.

The feeling once you reach the Monastery cannot be described in words. It is not uncommon for people to have some kind of spiritual experience at Taktsang. Expect to come back changed.

In the evening there will be a unique demonstration of mandala painting by a well-known artist. If you’d like you can try too. Mandala is an elaborate ‘cosmic diagram’ – a spiritual tool used in Tantric Buddhism. Every pattern and shape within the mandala is deeply symbolic of Buddhism’s spiritual truths. The artists follows a set of iconography rules, prescribing the exact proportions and elements of each work.

Dinner will be arranged at a local farm house for us to enjoy a home-cooked traditional Bhutanese meal.

Optional: traditional Bhutanese hot stone bath supposed to be very curative with numerous healing and medicinal properties.

Highlights of the day:

  • The majestic Tiger’s Nest
  • Mandala painting demonstration
  • Dinner at a local farm house
  • Bhutanese Hot Stone Bath ( optional )


  • Hotel Metta Resort and Spa/Hotel Olathang/Tenzingling or similar


Day 10Bade adieu to lovely Bhutan

The time has come to say farewell to Bhutan. All in all, we’d say it’s been an immense trip, full of adventure and packed with cultural insights.

After breakfast, your Bhutanese guide and driver will bid you farewell at Paro airport.

Happy journey back home!

Tashi Delek!


Day 1

Date : September 11, 2024

Welcome to Bhutan, a true bucket-list haven

Day 2

Date : September 12, 2024

Archery, traditional remedies, thangka painting and incense

Day 3

Date : September 13, 2024

Celebrate and rejoice at Thimphu Festival

Day 4

Date : September 14, 2024

In the footsteps of the Madman

Day 5

Date : September 15, 2024

Good morning, Punakha!

Day 6

Date : September 16, 2024

Gangtey calling

Day 7

Date : September 17, 2024

Beauty and splendor at Gangtey Festival

Day 8

Date : September 18, 2024

From Wangdue to Paro

Day 9

Date : September 19, 2024

Tiger’s Nest Hike – Bhutan’s Jewel Trek

Day 10

Date : September 20, 2024

Bade adieu to lovely Bhutan

Trip Includes

Accommodation (twin sharing basis). REST easy.

Our hand-picked Bhutanese style 3 and 4 stars hotels offer excellent service and are set in beautiful locations. We test the beds to assure you have the best holiday. Take a look at some of the hotels you'll be staying in. 

All meals. FEAST on local specialties.

We ensure the tastiest local treats are on the menu wherever you go. 9 breakfasts, 9 lunches, 9 dinners. Bhutanese style or Western style. Tea/Coffee with snacks as and when required. If you have any dietary requirements, allergies or intolerance, please let us know and we’ll try our best to accommodate you.

Guide, Driver and Transportation. Just RELAX!

The services of an Expert English-speaking guide and driver tending to your every need. Private airport transfer and private transportation in an AC deluxe vehicle throughout.

Exclusive Insider Experience

A unique trip without the price tag. Meditate with a Buddhist monk, learn archery, discover the secrets of mandala painting, soak in a unique hot stone bath, listen to a traditional Bhutanese herbal medicine doctor and more.

Peace of Mind

  • We have an office in Melbourne, Australia, staffed by a professional and passionate team. With us your money and your holiday is safe.
  • Each trip is managed by our wonderful Bhutanese team with whom you will have direct access.
  • All our itineraries are designed by us, not bought ‘off the shelf’ from local companies.
  • Our trips are all-inclusive. No hidden or extra costs.
  • Our founder, Carol Vorvain is a travel writer and publishing speaker. A percentage of all income generated by our trips goes to projects supporting literacy in Bhutan.

Additional services

  • All museum, entry fees and road permits
  • All Bhutanese Government visa fees and royalties
  • All 10% service charge and 10% sales tax
  • Mineral bottled water throughout your tour
  • There will be sweat, laughter and plenty of “aha” moments. But, most importantly there will be free WiFi.
* Please note the prices shown are in USD per person and based on two persons sharing a twin or double room.
  Optional Single Supplement 500 USD

Trip Excludes

International Flights

  • There are direct flights from Bangkok, Singapore, Delhi, Kolkata, Dhaka, Kathmandu and Guwahati.

Optional Tours and Activities

  • Whitewater rafting ( $100/pp extra)
  • Hot Stone Bath ( $150/pp extra)

Personal Expenses 

  • Laundry, gifts, telephone calls, etc


Travel Insurance

  • Mandatory

Single accommodation supplement

  • Available on request at extra cost

All nationalities require a visa for Bhutan. Travellers can only enter Bhutan as part of a group visa. Independent visas are not issued. The cost of the visa is included in your tour price.

To arrange the visa for you, please provide us with the following:

- scanned colour passport copy
- travelling email address
- Arrival and Departure flight details for Paro

These details need to be submitted to us 40 business days before departure.

Due to the nature of travel in Bhutan the group visa can only be submitted once we have ALL travellers details. Failure to advise any of the information as above can slow the visa issue process and delay the group visa. Generally visas are issued within 5 days of departure and as close as 48 hours prior to travel into the country. We will send your group visa to your travelling email address. Please print this visa and carry with you at time of boarding your Bhutan flight.

You must show the copy of your Bhutan Group visa at the check-in for your flight to Bhutan and on arrival at immigration in Bhutan where you will have your Bhutan visa stamped into your passport.

Travel insurance is compulsory for our trips.

When selecting a travel insurance policy please bear in mind that you must have medical coverage including emergency repatriation. We strongly recommend that the policy also covers personal liability, cancellation, curtailment and loss of luggage and personal effects. If you have credit card insurance we require proof of purchase of the trip (a receipt of credit card statement) with a credit card in your name. Contact your bank for details of their participating insurer, the level of coverage and emergency contact telephone number.

We will need a copy of your policy showing the policy number and the emergency hotline phone number.

Please note: A reasonable level of fitness is required to enjoy all our Bhutan tours. When hiking to the Tiger's Nest, travellers will encounter steep flights of steps. For most of the trip you will be at altitudes of over 2500m, so be prepared to be a little breathless. When selecting your trip please carefully read the itinerary and assess your ability to cope with the included activities. We advise speaking to your doctor if you have any health concerns.

Please note: Inoculations may be required for the country visited. It is your responsibility to consult with your travel doctor for up to date medical travel information well before departure.

We recommend that you carry a First Aid kit and hand sanitizers / antibacterial wipes as well as any personal medical requirements. Please be aware that sometimes we are in remote areas and away from medical facilities, and for legal reasons our leaders are prohibited from administering any type of drug including headache tablets, antibiotics, etc.

We reserve the right to exclude any traveller from all or part of a trip without refund if in the reasonable opinion of our CEO they are unable to complete the itinerary without undue risk to themselves and/or the rest of the group

You must be over 18 years to travel on our tours.

Sure you can. You will just need to pay the Single Supplement. Contact us.
Otherwise, single travellers joining group trips are paired in twin share room with someone of the same sex for the duration of the trip. If there is no one available of the same sex as you, we will arrange a single room for you at no extra cost.

Your flights into Paro, Bhutan, must be booked by you online. Please visit the following airline websites to do so:
Druk Air

Bhutan Airlines

Flights can be booked from: Singapore, Bangkok, Kathmandu, Delhi or Kolkata (please check Visa requirements if flying via India).

Please advise all international flight details at least 60 days prior to departure, including dates, time of departure/arrival and flight numbers.
Please be aware that Bhutan's airlines are renowned for last minute changes to flight timetables into and out of Bhutan.
Please allow a min of 24 hours transit time between your international flight and flight into Bhutan. Timetables are available on the Druk Airlines and Air Bhutan websites.

We aim to use quality, interesting and beautifully located accommodation – usually the best available – as we believe the right accommodation can enhance the overall experience.
They are all 3 stars and above and we hope you will love them as much as we do.
After all, you are on holiday!
However, perhaps they might not be exactly like what you are used to back home. Perhaps they might even be better.

Due to weather conditions, electricity, Wifi and water can be sporadic. Don't worry, this is rare.

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. Lunches and dinners will generally include a selection of western- style (often pasta), Chinese or Indian dishes, with some local specialties on occasion. Rice and vegetable dishes are always present for every meal. Usually at least one meat dish is available (on some occasions, there can be shortages, as all meat is imported from India).
Bottled and alcoholic drinks are not included with meals and are paid for separately.

If you have any dietary requirements, allergies or intolerance, kindly let us know.

Internet access is generally fast and very good in both Thimpu and Paro. There may be limited internet access in smaller towns and villages. WiFi is generally free in the lobby and restaurant section of a hotel but charges may apply for internet use within your room.

All meals, transport and accommodation are included on your Bhutan trip. You will only need extra spending money for souvenirs, drinks and tips. Best to bring cash, as it is easily exchanged into local currency. ATMs are available only in Thimphu and Paro. Credit cards are accepted only in larger tourist shops for large purchases.

The official currency of Bhutan is the Bhutanese Ngultrum (BTN). You can exchange all major currencies at the airport on arrival. When leaving Bhutan, please remember it is not possible to exchange BTN outside of Bhutan so convert any remaining currency back before you leave.

Tipping is not expected in Bhutan and it is certainly not compulsory. But it does show an expression of satisfaction with the people who have assisted you on your tour. The amount is up to you; however as a guideline USD20-30 per person, per week can be used.

Many national governments provide a regularly updated advice service on safety issues involved with international travel. We recommend that you check your government's advice for their latest travel information before departure.

Bhutan is a notoriously peaceful country and so far, we did not have any incidents of any nature.

We strongly recommend the use of a neck wallet or money belt while travelling, for the safekeeping of your passport, air tickets, travellers' cheques, cash and other valuable items. Leave your valuable jewellery at home - you won't need it while travelling. Many of the hotels we use have safety deposit boxes, which is the most secure way of storing your valuables. A lock is recommended for securing your luggage.

Swimming and other water based activities are always at your own risk.

Illegal drugs will not be tolerated on our trips. Possessing or using drugs not only contravenes the laws of the land, but also puts the rest of the group at risk. Smoking marijuana or the exploitation of prostitutes is not acceptable for our travellers. Our group leader or local representative has the right to expel any member of the group if drugs are found in their possession or if they use prostitutes.

Everyone has the right to feel safe and secure on their trip. We don’t tolerate any form of sexual harassment, either between passengers or involving our leaders or local operators. If you ever feel another person is behaving inappropriately please inform us immediately by contacting the emergency contact number detailed in these trip notes.

If, for any reason you are unable to commence your group trip as scheduled, as soon as possible please contact us, leaving a detailed message and contact information so that we could assist you as soon as possible.

Your airport arrival transfer has been arranged based on flight information provided to us. If you are advised of a flight schedule change within 48 hours of your scheduled arrival time, we will do our best to rearrange your arrival transfer however we cannot guarantee this.

Emergency Contact Number:

Mr Tshering Dhendup
During Office hours (Weekdays, 9am-5pm Bhutan Local Time): +97517110866

Small is good! Our group trips average 10 travellers per departure, depending on the adventure. The maximum is usually no more than 16.

Bhutan, being a Buddhist country believes in ahimsa so to some people the barking of dogs can be at times annoying. It's advisable to bring earplugs. Just in case.

Bring comfortable clothing, appropriate to the weather conditions that you are likely to meet. Bring hiking boots/sturdy walking shoes.
During the winter months, for protection against cold, particularly at night, dress in layers.
Windproof jacket, a hat/bandana and sunscreen are essential. Thermal underclothes, being small and light, can also be very useful.
Bhutan is a conservative country and while it is not mandatory, shoulders and knees should be covered when possible. When entering buildings of a religious nature and family homes, please make sure your legs and shoulders are covered.
Laundry facilities are offered by some of our hotels for a charge.

The roads in the mountains can be bumpy. If you do suffer from motion sickness, we recommend you bring medication for the drives.
We recommend that you carry a First Aid kit and hand sanitizers / antibacterial wipes as well as any personal medical requirements. Please be aware that sometimes we are in remote areas and away from medical facilities, and for legal reasons our leaders are prohibited from administering any type of drug including headache tablets, antibiotics, etc. We reserves the right to exclude any traveller from all or part of a trip without refund if in the reasonable opinion of our guide or tour leader they are unable to complete the itinerary without undue risk to themselves and/or the rest of the group.

You will need a day pack/bag to carry your water, cameras and other electronics like ipads and mobile phones. We suggest that you pack as lightly as possible as your are expected to carry your own luggage.

The tour may include hiking, rafting (optional) in addition to walking.
When selecting your trip please carefully read the itinerary and assess your ability to cope with the included activities.

Don’t be shy. Reach out. We are here for you! If you have any questions about the tours, then please don't hesitate to contact us and we will get back to you latest within 24 hours!

We can arrange a holiday based on any of our itineraries or create a bespoke itinerary for you according to your requirements.
You will have complete flexibility over dates of travelling, standard of accommodation and sightseeing.
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