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India & Bhutan

Most visitors first impression of Bhutan will be during the spectacular approach to the country’s only international airport – Paro. As the plane nears landing you’ll see either side of you sheer walls of rock as the pilot navigates through the valley. Welcome to the ‘Land of the Thunder Dragon’.

Words and pictures can never be enough to describe Bhutan. It is a unique country, with fabulous and rugged scenery and, perhaps more significantly, a unique national identity which they are keen to maintain. This is not a little version of India nor of Tibet with whom the Bhutanese are often (wrongly) compared. Bhutan is a special destination.

Bhutan is a small kingdom a tour of 6 – 7 days will cover the highlights of the country. Visits in excess of that time will allow for a comprehensive look at this fascinating country.

We can book individual itineraries based on personal interests. We also offer group tours.

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Thank you for the trouble you took in arrangements and advice beforehand

We'd have no hesitation in recommending  Flower Travels to anyone ( in fact already have) and if we had enough money we'd go again soon.  One highlight was the trek up to Taktsang Monastery which I'd do again and I'd particularly love to do a trek in Bhutan in Spring.  The rural areas of Bhutan went beyond my expectations. On practical matters; our hotels were all good, but particularly Gantey Palace in Paro with its traditional decor, its view across the valley, its good food and friendly staff. It was nice to both start and end our trip there.  Our guide and driver were great:  their local knowledge, sense of humour  and flexibility made it a pleasure to be with them.  At a personal level they helped us to feel we had some real insight into life in Bhutan - maybe a little more troubled than it appears on the surface?

All in all we are very happy with our experience and want to thank you for the trouble you took in arrangements and advice beforehand.

udith MacBean and Stuart Hames, Weribee, Victoria

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