A country renowned for measuring its GDP as GNH (Gross National Happiness), Bhutan is a rare place to visit. Its Buddhist culture permeates every aspect of Bhutanese life, helping it remain the charm of the old world, the company says. Protecting the environment is part of Bhutan’s national values, and this tiny kingdom is a global leader in the flight against climate change – in fact, it’s the world’s first carbon-negative nation, with extensive forests that store more Co2 than the country produces.
Adventure World’s six-day Taste of Bhutan itinerary starting in Paro, where guests will visit Thimphu and Punakha before returning to Paro, exploring the National Library, the National Memorial Chorten, the Dochula Pass, Punakha Dzong, Simtokha Dzong, Drukgyel Dzong and the Taktsang Monastery along the journey. This itinerary is priced from $2689 per person including accommodation, transport, sightseeing, the services of a private car and driver, as well as an English-speaking guide. CLICK HERE for more info.