It’s their “low volume, high impact” approach to tourism.
“Sometimes it’s a little better to travel than to arrive” -Robert Pirsig
Bhutan’s unique terrain and developmental status make it into a paradise for any endurance athlete.
Dont’ be “Dzonged-Out.”
From thumping dance floors to dive bars and intimate coffee shops.
There are few options when it comes to traveling to Bhutan or getting around the country.
The happiest country in Asia is on your bucket list, but how are you supposed to really DO Bhutan?
But if you’ve got the cash and 10 days to spare for $250/day, Bhutan shouldn’t be missed.
Move over Will and Kate!
New experiences, new you.