Who We Are
Bhutan’s nine national parks and wildlife sanctuaries protect rare and significant animals, including golden langurs, takins, snow leopards, tigers, elephants, and Black-necked cranes, thanks to government and community efforts.
In the mid-8th century, Padmasambhava introduced Buddhism to Bhutan. In the 17th century, Zhabdrung unified the country, creating a unique cultural and political identity with separate temporal and spiritual leadership.
Bhutan,is in the Eastern Himalayas, borders China’s Tibetan Autonomous Region and Indian states. It’s an environmental hotspot, steeped in Mahayana Buddhism, with Dzongs, mountains, and captivating festivals.
Except for Gasa district, Bhutan’s 20 districts have road access despite challenging terrain. Roads are winding with frequent bends, steep slopes, and slow average speeds around 30 km/h. However, the journey offers stunning mountain, jungle, village, and monastery views.
Arts and Crafts
Bhutan’s arts and crafts, integral to its tradition and spiritual life, interpret widely held values and beliefs rather than abstract beauty. This subjective process reflects a strong moral sense and often symbolizes the timeless battle of good versus evil.
Conquer the Peaks
A Passage through Bhutan's Beauty
Druk Path Trek
Experience Bhutan, the Destiny Way.
Why Destiny Bhutan?
Discover the Mask
PARO TSHECHU TOUR
The people who know best
My wife and I travelled to Thimphu and Paro as tourists and we were very fortunate to have the services of Destiny Bhutan. Our guide Deepak and driver Jiwan were both excellent and we could not have wished for better companions to show us their beautiful country.
I would wholeheartedly recommend Destiny Bhutan when visiting Bhutan as they have a wonderful knowledge of the sites and a real passion to share the beauty of the country and its culture.