Big Bhutan Tour is a licensed tour operator based in Thimphu, Bhutan. We host visitors and guests from around the world, yearning to experience Bhutan in its purest form and eager to take back home a slice of this Himalayan Shangri-la...LEARN MORE
Bhutanese culture, described as unique, medieval-like and even exotic, is the biggest draw for visitors to the Kingdom. Here is a sampling of some...
This new trekking route into Merak and Sakteng is truly an incredible, yet a journey full of beauty and wonders...
Mount Jumolhari Trekking comprise of marvelous adventure. It's a eight days trekking with...
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Hidden deep in the folds of the great Himalaya Mountains, and for many years following a policy of self imposed isolation, Bhutan developed its own civilization. This is manifested in the lives of about 680,000 people today, who live in close harmony with nature and have evolved a unique identity, derived largely from a rich religious and cultural heritage. These and other exotic aspects of Bhutan have increasingly caught the world's attention and many people from all parts of the globe visit Bhutan
With technological innovations and an ever increasing number of people visiting Bhutan, the Kingdom's repute as the bastion of Mahayana Buddhism in the Tantric form, with an unsoiled culture, pristine ecology and wildlife, and a country with an unparalleled scenic beauty of its majestic peaks and lush valleys, has reached most corners of the world. Though, forces of modernization have seeped in, it is still, in many ways, a magical kingdom of the past.
Apart from the pride of being a nation that has managed to hold on to its cultural roots, despite onslaught of all the negative forces of development, Bhutanese also pride over the fact that their small kingdom was never colonized. Its ancient history, consisting a mixture of the oral tradition and classical literature, tells of a largely self-sufficient population which had limited contact with the outside world until the turn of the century.DISCOVER BHUTAN
(Annual event organized by Bhutan Olympic Committee)
Punakha Dzong, PUNAKHA 23rd - 27th February
Punakha Dzong, PUNAKHA 28th February - 2nd March
Takin Festival(21st January)
The Takin Festival is your once in a lifetime opportunity to get an up close look at Bhutan's national animal, the Takin (Budorcas taxicolor) in their native summer grazing grounds. Despite being a rare and endangered species around the world, there are still thriving populations of this majestic animal in Bhutan. You won't want to miss this chance to admire their unique physique and natural agility.VIEW FESTIVAL DATES
Finest Accommodations, hotels and Resorts located in the exotic locations.Learn More
Fly with "Druk Air". Over 3 decades in its operation, it is one of the oldest Airline Company in the country.Learn More
Provides good network of telecommunication facilities. Most hotels & cafe's offer Wi-Fi internet access.Learn More
"Big Bhutan is the best tourism agency. Great guides, and the management is good. Great deal travel packages to choose from. Above all, awesome servies. Big Bhutan is a product of the very evolution of tourism in the kingdom. 5"
Kei Nishikori, Osaka, Japan
"Great service, and great country. I would love to visit Bhutan again with my family. Big Bhutan is the best tourism agency. Great guides, and the management is good. Great deal travel packages to choose from. Above all, awesome servies. Beautiful country, people are extrememly friendly and nice. The tour services are also exciting and fully planned"
Sonam Dechen Wangchuck, Bhutan
"Beautiful country, people are extrememly friendly and nice. The tour services are also exciting and fully planned. Big Bhutan is the best tourism agency.
Jon Foreman, San Diego, USA