Bhutan might be an unlikely place to find a flourishing craft ale scene, but the Himalayan kingdom is establishing itself as a worthy location on the world beer map.
Six Senses Bhutan General Manager Sally Baughen speaks with Travelogues from Remote Lands on the future of travel in the happiest place on the planet.
On a cross country highway that averages 17 curves per kilometer, bicycles are the perfect mode to explore Chelela Pass and Bhutan’s almost infinite hill trails.
Jay Tindall treks 20 kilometers to the Royal Highlander Festival to meet the Bhutan tribes of one of the most under traveled regions in Asia.
Many dzongs were originally Buddhist places of worship; today they are the administrative offices, museums, and cultural stages that make up some of Bhutan’s best tourist attractions.
Yaks, golf, cham dances, and traditional garb – veteran writers and photographers Nazima and Earl Kowall share their unique Bhutan experiences.
With Aman destinations at Paro and Thimphu, this trek through Bhutan’s Druk path has luxury at the start and the finish.
“This extraordinary voyage will incorporate nine unique destinations,” Roland Fasel says of 2018’s exclusive Aman Global Private Jet Expedition – a journey that stretches from Tokyo to Venice.
Swap the resort’s kids club for a foray into a totally distinct culture and you are looking at a very different family holiday, one that is filled with adventure and enriching, horizon-broadening experiences.
Today we’re whisking you off on a journey into the pretty towns and mountainous meadows of beautiful Bhutan for a glimpse of its fascinating summertime traditions.