Hilton Al Hamra Beach and Golf Resort

Hilton Al Hamra Beach and Golf Resort

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Food in Bhutan

Food in Bhutan

Bhutanese cuisine is hot. Though a twist on the classic chilli in Bhutan is given in the preparation that sees the chillies often stewed with cheese. A typical Bhutanese dish is Ema (chilli) datshi (cheese) – which is simply made of chilli peppers and…

Bhutan – Mountain treks

Bhutan – Mountain treks

There’s something uniquely fascinating about trekking through the green hills and valleys of the Himalaya. Whether it’s the crisp fresh air, the awe-inspiring scenery or the physical exertion that makes you happy…. have no doubts… you will be happy.

Bhutanese souvenirs

Bhutanese souvenirs

The Bhutanese are celebrated weavers and taking home a collection of colourful rugs, clothing and accessories is not only a great way to remember the country, but also aids in Bhutan’s quest to remain self-sufficient in building its tourism industry. If you enjoy the…

Explore the mysticism of Bhutan’s monuments

Explore the mysticism of Bhutan’s monuments

There’s simply nothing better than uncovering the thick layers of culture and history that make up Bhutan’s unscathed heritage. Witnessing pilgrims and monks perform centuries-old Buddhist rituals accompanied by deep chanting and moving displays of devotion is truly memorable – especially when said performances…

Paro – Tiger’s Nest Monastery

Paro – Tiger’s Nest Monastery

This charming city will fill you with bliss as you experience the character-filled streets and take in the colourful architecture, houses without front doors and the cheery locals that are often dressed in traditional clothing. Don’t miss the astounding Tiger’s Nest Monastery that is…

Best time to visit Bhutan

Best time to visit Bhutan

Bhutan’s varying topography, which can jump in elevation by thousands of feet in just a matter of meters leaves it open to fluctuating weather patterns. There are rains the year round and though it’s wet between March and May – this is a great…

Best time to visit Nepal

Best time to visit Nepal

Nepal has a temperate climate with four main seasons. Those priortising visibility whilst visiting the mountains should visit in the autumn between September and November when the weather is mostly clear and dry and not yet too cold at higher elevations. The only downside…

Trekking in Nepal

Trekking in Nepal

It may seem obvious but trekking in Nepal is the ultimate pastime. You’ll see some of the most exquisite scenery available in the modern world. Peaks such as Lamjung, Dhaulagiri and Machhapuchhre offer stunning scenery with snow capped mountain peaks and hidden monasteries providing…

Get close to nature at Chitwan National park

Get close to nature at Chitwan National park

The Chitwan National Park is home to a legion of diverse wildlife. You’ll have the opportunity to get up close to rhino either on food or elephant back, whilst trekking through a diverse eco-system of dense broadleaf forest where animals as diverse as crocodiles,…

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