Partez aux confins de l'Himalaya à la découverte de deux pays aux fortes traditions himalayennes, le Népal et le Bhoutan. Lors de ce voyage unique, vous parcourrez les plus belles vallées de ces deux pays, leurs forteresses majestueuses, leurs temples et monastères bouddhiques chargés d’histoire et leurs richesses naturelles préservées.
A tiny kingdom nestled in the foothills of the Himalayas, majestic dzongs guardians of deep valleys and stunning peaks, monasteries and temples where a vibrant faith still expresses itself, a beautiful and untouched forested wilderness, wonderful people, unique ancient traditions, a harmonious and peaceful way of life… You are in Bhutan, a well kept secret waiting to be discovered!
15 jours - reporté à 2021
CHF 6'350.- par personne
From CHF 6'300.- per person
From West to Center, and back from Center to West of the country, you will take the small Bhutanese roads to discover the sacred places, the variations of the nature and friendliness of the people that make this country so special a destination.
From CHF 14'500.- per person
You are the privileged guests of Amankora lodges, which introduced you to the secrets of Bhutan in exceptional circumstances. You can discover ancient places and soak up the serenity that emanates from it, going step by step from West Center of the Bhutan.
From CHF 8'100.- per person
This tour invites you to travel through Bhutan from East to West in an attempt to capture all its facets. And you will discover a beautiful, unspoiled land, where the treasures are confidential, before joining the most popular areas of central and western Bhutan. A journey, sometimes uncomfortable, but intense and moving.
From 3 days
Extension of a trip
There are many opportunities for trekking in Bhutan. If all roads do not lead you to the majestic peaks of the Himalayas, they are above all the opportunity to discover other people who still live a modern life preserved and also a fauna and a flora almost intact.
Several days, dances and rituals succeed to the sound of trumpets, drums, cymbals while reliving gods and demons of Buddhist mythology. Why not make your trip to coincide with one of the colorful festivals of Bhutan?