Bhutan Lost Kingdom offers various tours which will bring our visitors to the knowledge of Cultures and Tradition in Bhutan
Bhutan is mostly covered with deep forest with a scattering of tiny settlements and high grazing lands. As there is lot of
Kayaking and rafting are becoming increasingly popular because of the many rivers in Bhutan, ranging from turbulent alpine rivulets
Dear Travelers, You may all be aware that in Bhutan, the Royal Government of Bhutan is committed to the policy of High Value-Low Impact; this means minimal or no negative impact upon the culture while promoting ecological conservation and an equitable distribution of tourism benefits which support social harmony. Hard to believe? Not in Bhutan. Everything the government does is to take care of it’s people, the country, and bring about Happiness. Including the tours, too!
Bhutan Lost Kingdom Tours and Treks has over the past years catered our Services to many Guests, ranging from simple folks like ourselves, to Royalty. Henceforth, too, we will remain ever dedicated and caring to all our Guests traveling to Bhutan.. Each of our Guests are given our personal treatment, starting from arranging and making the tour itinerary, to ultimately being there for them when they tour Bhutan. This is how we have had many more Guests coming through over the years.
The partners of this company are very well experienced travelers themselves. One of them is an expert in the Himalayan Medicinal Plants and had spent many years in the mountains of Bhutan, Nepal and Mongolia doing Research as the Lead Pharmacist for the country. And, the other Partner has spent years in travelling the world. This is the only travel company which can expertly cater to such a broad range of tours from Cultural, festivals, trekking, river rafting, birding, high mountain hot springs, special botanical and photography tours to the exceptional rarities of Himalayan beauty and life yet to be discovered by the mainstream
Eastern Bhutan and Western Bhutan are only unified at the end of the last century, prior to that they were separated by many wars. As such, the dialects spoken by these 2 areas are so different that the two groups find it very difficult to understand each other.
Western Bhutan is more developed than other parts of Bhutan. It consists of 6 districts, namely Paro, Thimphu, Haa, Wangdue Phodrang, Punakha and Gasa.Its spectacular sceneries include golden hue of ripening rice paddies in autumn, magnificent mountains, pristine rivers flowing through towns, and two-story houses with unique window designs.
Central Bhutan is separated from Western Bhutan by the Black Mountains which range between 1,500 meters to 2,700 meters above sea level. The fast-flowing rivers carve out deep gorges in the lower mountain areas. Most of Bhutan’s forest production is from the woodlands of the central region.
The southern part of Bhutan is the ecological hub of the country. The main tour activities and attractions includes the Phibsoo Widlife Sanctuary, the Royal Manas National Park, the tropical fruits, numerous species of medicinal plants, and the culture of Khengpas and the Lhotsampas.
Great Experience in Bhutan
We were looked after very well from the moment we flew into Paro and were greeted at the airport to our final day at Tiger’s Nest. The Bhutan experience was indeed very pleasurable and memorable.