To fly in the Himalayas is an unforgettable experience. Paragliding in Bhutan  involves one well trained and experienced pilot flying with a
passenger that doesn’t need to have any previous training or experience. Both have separate harnesses that are attached to each other and the wing. Paragliding harnesses are built for comfort and safety. Once launched the passenger just sits back, relaxes and takes in the epic scenery. Even taking pictures is not a problem. Bhutan is also the only place which caters to this adventure sport in the most professional way, with a pilot all the way from Sweden.

There are two different flights, “Regular” for about fifteen minutes and “Cross Country” for about approximately thirty minutes.
Both of these flights depend completely on weather conditions.


Towns have grown bigger and the roads have grown longer, but little else has changed in Bhutan since visitors first arrived in the 1970s. Visitors are still few
in this magical kingdom, and you will be our welcome guest. Here culture and religion remain an integral part of everyday life, and in this itinerary we offer you the chance to experience it for yourselves.
In our tour we will travel over the high passes where you will have spectacular views of the snow-capped peaks of the high Himalayas; follow rivers as they flow through verdant valleys, walk on wooden bridges across the crystal-clear chhu (rivers) to reach dzongs (fortresses) and follow prayer-flag lined paths. We will see amazing textiles being woven and experience the wonderful sights of the weekend market. In Tangsibji we will stay in the village farmhouses and experience true Bhutanese hospitality, before continuing to Bumthang, the religious heartland and Phobjikha, where you will be able to walk amongst the Black-necked Cranes.
We offer you a glimpse into another world, another way of life. Bhutan is a spiritual country, but fun is never far away!


Since times in memorial a visit to Bhutan has held promises of unlimited fascination for travelers who have ventured in to the wants for boding domains of divine mysticism mesmerizing beauty and a veritable treasure trove of rare and highly exotic flora and fauna. Including some of the most priced and sought after elixirs medicinal plants, aromatic herbs, spices and of course fabled creatures.

For the most part of its long and tumultuous history Bhutan remained secluded from the rest of the world owing to the formidable natural barriers that sequestered this nature’s owned paradise. The dauntless few who dare to make successful forays came back with tantalizing stories of castles perched precariously on high mountain tops lorded over by powerful chieftains, ubiquitous monks in flowing robes circumambulating stupas and ‘Gonpas’ chanting a repertoire of holy mantras to appease the spirits of great saints and fearsome deities. Most visitors cannot help being enraptured by the scintillating landscape and a bewildering variety of flora and fauna that defies description. The myths and legends associated with Bhutan has time and again lured many intrepid travelers, adventurers, explorers, saints and philosophers. All visitors to Bhutan have revealed in having/had enjoyed the privilege to experience a host of sensual and spiritual pleasures the fulfillment of which could have been possible only in ‘Shangri-La’ paradise on earth.

Even as your senses are captivated by some of the most seductive sites sounds and smells on earth, the all pervading aura of spiritualism that permits almost every facet of life in Bhutan tugs at your heart strings and spurs your mind to embark upon a truly enlightening and soul searching journey. Guaranteed to live a lasting effect in transforming you in to a more enriched and fulfilled person.

Cradled in the very bosom of the mighty Himalayas, Bhutan to any descending traveler is a hedonistic combination of the most spectacular landscape that harbors an equally mind boggling range of flora and fauna coupled with strange customs and traditions of the inhabitants unlike anywhere else on earth.