Nature Tour to Bhutan and explore the rich and diverse flora and fauna. Once named ‘the land of Medicinal Herbs,’ you can still witness natural environment in undisturbed and pristine form. Meet the real people who live in each area and experience several different eco-system. Design your own activities and add to our suggestions for your nature tour. Hike, bike or drive across the mountain ranges and enjoy spectacular landscape, forest and exotic plants. Make it more adventurous and float down a river with riverbanks full of nature, birds, plants and animals. Go deeper into the wilderness and examine extremely well camouflaged birds and animals.
The ecosystem in Bhutan is diverse, because of its location, great geographical and climatic variations. Bhutan’s high, rugged mountains and deep valleys are rich with spectacular biodiversity, Tour to view some of the 5,500 species, including 300 species of medicinal plants and over 50 species of rhododendrons. See more than 600 species of orchid, most are commonly found up to 2,100m, although some hardy species thrive even above 3,700m.
Take a trip through tropical vegetation of the lower zones in dark forests of oak, birch, maple, magnolia and laurel. Rise up to 2,400m altitude to touch and smell spruce, yew, weeping cypress, and the East Himalayan fir. Between the tree line and the snow line at about 5,500m are low shrubs, rhododendrons, Himalayan grasses and flowering herbs. Hike up to 3,500 to 4,500 meters in elevation to see Blue Poppy, which is the national flower of Bhutan. Keep your eyes open for over 770 species of birds while you hike, walk and rest. In the summer, go through the sub-alpine forests and meadows above 3,700m and check out Takin, the national animal of Bhutan. In autumn, you can go and watch some endangered species of cranes that migrate from Tibet. In the winter, explore the lowland Jungles of Manas National Park, Jigme Singye National Park and sight some of the rarest primates, birds and many wildlife, at the same time enjoy the pleasant weather.
Starting in eastern Bhutan exposes you immediately to the quaint ambience, and least visited areas of Bhutan. Semi tropical climate of eastern Bhutan provide ideal conditions for thriving birdlife. Discover some of best birding habitats and some rare birds in these regions. As the trip progresses,...explore
This is a dream come true for lovers of nature, for you become a part of nature as soon as you step onto the country. This union between nature and you remain throughout the trip, so much so that one may even forget this. However,...explore
The festival celebrates the rhododendron flower, which blossoms abundantly in Bhutan. It features the rhododendron garden walk and exhibition, local culture and cuisines, arts and crafts, traditional games, cultural programmes, guided walks and activities. The festival displays different species that are in full bloom in...explore