Bhutan Trips and Tours

Sensational scenery. Marvellous mountains. Captivating charm. And a peaceful feel. Let On The Go Tours take you to brilliant Bhutan

Touch down in beautiful Bhutan. Welcome huge Himalayan mountain ranges, remarkable rivers, and stunning scenery. Untouched by modern civilisation; it's ancient culture and natural environment preserved. Bhutan holds a unique, blissful and otherworldly feel. Since opening its doors to the western world in 1974, it's natural beauty and hospitable charm has captivated travellers. The Bhutanese culture is deeply rooted in its Buddhist beliefs, where fluttering prayer flags, chortens and white washed fortresses abound.

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Hop on an extraordinary Bhutan trip in 2020 and 2021, some of which combine Bhutan with neighbouring Nepal, giving you the best of these two stunning Himalayan Kingdoms. If you would like to tailor a trip to Bhutan specifically to your requirements, we'd be delighted to help craft your dream holiday

Bhutan Group Tours

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Punakha Dzong and the Mo Chhu river in Punakha | BhutanWonders of Bhutan - 7 Days Map

Wonders of Bhutan

7 Days | FROM USD $3,285

Uncover a nation untouched by modern civilisation with a week long...

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Prayer flags fluttering in BhutanHighlights of Bhutan & Nepal - 15 Days Map

Highlights of Bhutan & Nepal

15 Days | FROM USD $4,795

Get off the beaten track and discover the wonders of Bhutan, an...

Bhutan Private Tours

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Tiger's Nest Monastery | BhutanBhutan Breakaway - 7 days Map

Bhutan Breakaway

7 days | FROM USD $1,965

PRIVATE TOUR: Come to the Kingdom of Bhutan! Nestled in the...

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Buddhist monk | BhutanNepal & Bhutan - 10 days Map

Nepal & Bhutan

10 days | FROM USD $2,865

PRIVATE TOUR: Combine two beautiful Himalayan Kingdoms in one...

Punakha Dzong seen during spring in Bhutan

Tailor-made Holidays

Witness the natural wonders and rich culture of Bhutan on a Tailor-made holiday. Roam through rugged Himalayan Mountains. Explore captivating towns and ancient temples. Attend one of Bhutan's colourful festivals. Whatever it may be, our team can create your dream holiday, Tailor-made to your tastes, budget and time-frame. We recommend activities that perfectly complement your itinerary, suggest destinations off the beaten track, handpick unique things to see and do, and recommend the best time to visit, ensuring that your holiday to Bhutan is truly unforgettable.

Tiger's Nest Monastery
The sacred mountain-side temple complex

Located on a cliff-side of the upper Paro valley, the Tiger's Nest Monastery is one of Bhutan's most sacred spiritual sites and a spectacular sight to behold Built in the 17th century, the monastery has become Bhutan's cultural icon. A steep ascent leads through tree-lined terrain, mist and clouds leads to the Tiger Nest Monastery for a truly unforgettable experience.

Highlights of our Bhutan tours

The Himalayan Kingdom of Bhutan is a treasure trove of magnificent Buddhist temples and monasteries, mighty forts and palaces, and untouched mountainous scenery. Here's a selection of the best of them to get you started with your holiday planning.


Bhutan’s capital city Thimpu is a thriving, modern region. The perfect place for tourists to embrace Bhutanese culture. The general way of life there consists of a fascinating mix of the contemporary and antique, allowing its population to modernise without forsaking its cultural heritage and identity. Some unusual features of this city are its traffic-light-free streets and its dry Tuesday, when the sale of alcohol is prohibited.


Picturesque Punakha is simply stunning. Packed full of history. The spectacular Himalayas in the background, it sits at the confluence of the powerful Pho Chhu and Mo Chhu rivers, and is filled with beautiful white and terracotta buildings. Every year the town transforms into a hub of activity as the Punakha festival takes place, commemorating the country’s victory against the Tibetan army through re-enactments of the battle. It is an incredibly important showcase of Bhutanese culture.


Crowds gather at the Wangdue Tsechu Festival in Wangdiphodrang Dzong. Photo courtesy of Tourist Coun

Wangdue spreads itself across almost 4,500 square kilometres, making it among the largest districts in Bhutan. The region also ranges dramatically in altitude allowing for a wonderfully diverse collection of wildlife with red pandas and spotted eagles among some of the creatures to keep an eye out for. Wangdue also hosts an annual festival in celebration of the black-necked crane, designed to spread awareness of their rare and endangered status.


The lush Gangtey Valley - photo courtesy of Tourism Council of Bhutan

The expansive Gangtey valley is one of Bhutan's most beautiful places and something of a rarity in the mountainous kingdom. Of interest in the region is the elaborate Gangteng monastery, the only one west of the Black Mountains and an important centre for Nyingmapa Buddhism. Gangtey and the surrounding valley are also the home of the endangered black-necked crane and many fortunate bird-watchers have spotted the creature from the local information centre, using its powerful telescopes.


Jazar Dzong and it's beautiful backdrop - photo courtesy of Tourism Council of Bhutan

Bumthang is known as religious epicentre of Bhutan and boasts some of the country’s oldest places of worship. The region is nestled in valleys surrounded by dramatic mountains covered in rich green foliage. Imbued with centuries of religious legend, the spiritual Bumthang has a number of intriguing temples and monasteries worthy of attention including Jambay Lhakhang which originally dates back to the 7th century.