Perched 10,200 feet above sea level, Taktsang Palphug Monastery, known as the Tiger’s Nest, is one of the country’s most revered sites, named for the flying tigress that is said to have carried the Guru Rinpoche here in the eighth century.
Your trip, your adventures. All of our itineraries are fully customizable, allowing you the freedom to choose the experiences that speak to you – and change your mind at a moment’s notice.
Experience the Capital of Thimphu
Uncover Bhutan’s unique history and heritage as you visit the Dechen Phodrang Monastery housing 12th-century paintings monitored by UNESCO, the grandiose whitewashed stupa known as the Memorial Chorten, and the National Textile Museum showcasing the Bhutanese living art of thagzo (weaving).
Recharge with a wellness retreat
Unlock Bhutanese secrets to good health and well-being as you spend a quiet day restoring your inner harmony with spa treatments, guided meditation and immersive wellness rituals that incorporate local traditions.
Explore the Paro Rinpung Dzong
Known as the “Fortress on the Heap of Jewels,” this massive walled monastery and fortress towers over the town and is visible throughout the Paro Valley. Construction first began in 1644, and today it houses both the monastic body and district government offices.
For our three nights in Bhutan, we have carefully selected accommodations at Zhiwa Ling Heritage Paro, a classic example of Bhutanese architecture at its finest in the heart of the Himalayas.