Read about our Gentle Walking Bhutan trip featured in The Mail on Sunday
In November 2014, Wendy Driver, Deputy Travel Editor for The Mail on Sunday, set off to explore the fascinating country of Bhutan on our Gentle Walking Bhutan holiday.
It's an experience she is unlikely to forget to "a land of myths and magic - a Shangri-La where, as legend has it, tigers fly through the air and witches reside in ancient forests".
Bhutan’s first international festival featured in The Guardian newspaper
Last month there was a magnitude of excitement as Bhutan hosted its very first annual International Festival. People from all over the world travelled to the remote Himalayan Kingdom to take part in the 10 day celebrations, and we helped organise travel arrangements for Jane Dunford, Travel Editor for The Guardian, to be a part of it. You can read about Jane's experience online on The Guardian.
Bhutan: the greenest country on the planet
Boasting timeless traditions, unique architecture and stunning Himalayan scenery, it’s not as if you needed another good reason to visit Bhutan, but there is one…
Jim’s pics in Wanderlust Magazine
to Jim Davies,
former Mountain Kingdoms Operations Manager and travel expert for
having his images
featured in December/January's Wanderlust magazine. Earlier this
travelled to Bhutan with journalist Paul Bloomsfield, to read
more about Paul's
experiences in Bhutan pick up a copy of Wanderlust's special
20 years in travel.
A guide to trekking in the Himalaya
Cicerone has recently published a new guide – 'Trekking in
the Himalaya'. The inspirational guide book describes twenty of the best treks
in Nepal, Bhutan, India, Tibet and Pakistan. Eight authors, each an expert on
trekking in the Himalaya, have shared vivid accounts of their treks, as well as
stunning photos. One of the authors is our Managing Director, Steve Berry. In
this book, Steve writes about three of his most exciting adventures: Wild Zanskar Trek and the Nanda Devi Approach, both in India and Gangkar Punsum Approach in Bhutan.