On behalf of Medieval Bhutan, it is a great pleasure to invite you to explore and discover Himalayan Kingdom of Bhutan. Medieval Bhutan Tours, your Bhutan travel Partner is a government registered tour agency licensed under Bhutan tourism council.We fulfil all the needs of our guests and provides the best service in a Bhutanese way. We also make an extra effort to help our guests in all areas of trip arrangement.Our Bhutan travel packages can be customized to suit every taste of our clients.We promise unfailing commitment to offer you an experiences that go beyond your expectations when you travel to Bhutan.
The management team wishes to invite our guests, to Explore and unravel the mysteries and hidden truths about this unique Kingdom of Bhutan. Come and explore the Kingdom's philosophy of Gross National Happiness.
There is much of warmth in the fresh, cool and typically Bhutanese air that you will breathe when you travel to Bhutan. Your journey in to Bhutan will be completely different as compared to other countries. Most of the other countries offer their architectural cultural, traditional beauties. But Bhutan, besides having a unique and different culture and traditions has, its natural beauty, which we as Bhutanese, are committed to conserve the authenticity of a truly natural system. The country has also not shied from the good that modernity has to offer. It is this ability of the Bhutanese people that fascinates the visitor.
This tiny Himalayan Kingdom of Bhutan, sandwiched between the two Asian giants, China and India, is considered the top tourist destination by many travel magazines. Bhutan receives a very few number of Tourists every year as compared to all other countries because it maintains its principle of low volume and “high value” Tourism so as to sustain a very fragile ecosystem and Buddhism based culture and traditions.
"DISCOVER THE COUNTRY THAT FOLLOWS THE PRINCIPLE OF GROSS NATIONAL HAPPINESS."
The cultural tour to Bhutan will give you insights to the people, the culture, the traditions, religion and ecology of the country. These tours will take you through some of the most picturesque landscapes of spectacular mountain ranges to the lush green valleys.$250 per day more details
Festival in Bhutan are unique with people dressed in their finest traditional clothes come to witness the ancient religious dances and experience the joyous occasion with their families and friends.$250 per day more details
Coinciding with the birth Anniversary of the 4th King of Bhutan, the Black Necked Crane festival is held annually on 11th November at Gangtey, Phobjikha, the roosting ground of this Endangered species.the festival initiated by communities of Phobjikha with an assistance from the Royal Society forthe protection of nature(RSPN) is an important one day event for the people to mark the coming of this species for its winter habitat.
Introducing: Merak/Sakten Community Nature trek.
The much awaited Merak/Sakten Trek will be opened to visitors from September 2010. This community and nature based trek will take you into the heart of the most isolated region in Bhutan inhabited by the Nomadic Yak herders known as the Brogpas. Join this trek to explore this remote and mysterious region in Bhutan.
Bhutan News & Announcement
Bhutan battles to preserve its culture as development accellerates.
In the village of Ura, nestled in a sweeping valley in central Bhutan, the locals are celebrating.
Travel to Bhutan in a group of 3 person or more to avoid additional FIT surcharge. Get your tour combined with other interested person to save your cost trip.Contact us for more information
1.Bhutan Tours- On the wings of change
Bhutan is a unique land in a unique time. Having survived the centuries by maintaining a distinct identity, the kingdom hopes face the future by drawing on its past.
Change, represented by the powerful force of today’s globalization, is a threat for a small country in a big world. And, that change is inevitable. Bhutan hopes to survive by clinging on to age- old values that the rest of the world has lost. Television and the internet was introduced for the first time in 1999, and in 2005, a record 13,626 tourist visited Bhutan.Read more
2.The Aussies who loves the himalayas.
He had been trekking all over the Himalayas from Arunachal to Pakistan and other parts of Himalayas as well. The walk in Bhutan is the part of the much bigger project called ‘The Great Himalaya Trail’. Read more