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Luxury getaways around Bhutan

Individually curated journeys

At Touch Bhutan Travel, we understand the diverse needs of our clients seeking a luxurious escape. For an extraordinary getaway, we believe in crafting tailor-made trips that cater to your specific needs. Some yearn to indulge in the opulence of Bhutan’s finest resorts, prioritising relaxation over extensive sightseeing. Others seek a perfect balance, exploring the country while revelling in the comforts of luxurious accommodations.

 

Rest assured, we are here to accompany you every step of the way, meticulously designing your bespoke journey to Bhutan. Our commitment extends well beyond mere enjoyment, we strive to exceed your wildest expectations.

 

To get started, we have presented a selection of luxurious accommodations in each destination. Simply choose the destinations that captivate your imagination and tell us how many days you have in mind and leave the rest to us. We guarantee an unparalleled experience that will leave you with memories of a lifetime.

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THIMPHU

Discover the allure of Thimphu, the summer seat of the monastic body and the vibrant capital city of Bhutan where ancient tradition seamlessly blends with the 21st century. Dive into the bustling hub of the vegetable market, marvel at the exquisite monasteries dotted in and around the capital and immerse yourself in the breathtaking Himalayan landscape that surrounds the city. Thimphu offers a captivating glimpse into Bhutanese culture, from the colourful festival in the month of September to the lively street scenes and nightlife.

PARO

Paro is a picturesque traditional town, a hidden gem in Bhutan. Set amidst breathtaking landscapes, Paro enthralls visitors with its tranquil charm. Stroll through its quaint streets, adorned with charming traditional houses and local shops. Explore the iconic Taktsang monastery, also known as Tiger’s Nest, perched dramatically on the side of a cliff. Experience the warm hospitality of the locals and bask in the natural beauty that makes Paro an enchanting destination.

Another option if you want to have a glamping experience is the luxury tent accommodation by TENZINLING hotel group.  www.tenzinlinghotels.com

PUNAKHA

Punakha, the winter seat of Bhutan’s monastic body, is nestled at a lower altitude and enjoys milder and warmer weather compared to other regions. Immerse yourself in the mesmerising beauty of Punakha’s lush valley, adorned with terraced rice fields and pristine rivers. With its rich history, scenic landscapes including the magnificent ancient fortress, and a serene ambience, will leave any visitor captivated.

GANGTEY

Discover the untouched beauty of Gangtey, a secret paradise in the heart of Bhutan known as the Phobjikha valley. Immerse yourself in the untouched surrounds and tranquil charm of this captivating glacial valley. Explore the renowned Gangtey monastery, a spiritual sanctuary perched on a hilltop, offering breathtaking panoramic views. Relax in the serenity of nature, home to the endangered, black-necked cranes during their winter migration from October to February. With its untouched beauty and spiritual ambience, Gangtey is a haven for nature lovers and seekers of inner peace.

 

BUMTHANG

Bumthang is a destination that radiates timeless beauty and captivates every visitor who sets foot in its serene landscapes, reminiscent of the picturesque charm found in Switzerland. Known as the spiritual heartland of Bhutan, Bumthang is a treasure trove of cultural and natural wonders. The region boasts a tapestry of ancient monasteries, breathtaking valleys, and vibrant traditions. The village of Chumey in Bumthang is also renowned as the home to the exquisite textile art form known as Yathra. Yathra is a traditional weaving technique that produces intricately designed and brightly coloured textiles. Locals expertly handcraft these beautiful textiles, which are often transformed into blankets, scarves, and other handmade products which you will see for sale in many of the local shops in Chumey and the main village of Jakar.

 

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