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Bhutan Luxury Travel

Discover the wonders of Shangri-La when you travel to the Dragon Kingdom of Bhutan with Cox & Kings. Enjoy insider experiences, unique cultural interactions and a host of extraordinary moments on one of our Bhutan luxury tours.

Spend a day visiting the highlights of Thimphu, including the Memorial Chorten, erected as a sign of hope for world prosperity; the traditional school of arts and crafts; and the Folk Heritage Museum and National Library. Visit an animal sanctuary to see the country’s national animal, the takin (also called the gnu goat), in its native habitat. Immerse yourself in Bhutanese culture as you explore the village of Nobgang and visit a local farmhouse.

On the banks of the Paro River, marvel at the grandeur of the Rinpung Dzong, which is also one of the oldest and most venerated Buddhist monasteries in the country. Delve deeper into Bhutanese history as you admire the collection of religious artifacts and intricately painted scrolls in the National Museum. Outside Paro, ascend to one of Bhutan’s holiest monasteries, the Tiger’s Nest, perched dramatically on the side of a cliff.

Wherever you travel in Bhutan, we’ll be right there with you, making sure your journey is authentic, innovative and utterly unforgettable.


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