Nov 06 - 13, 2017 Rating:
A year of planning to the Land of happiness and the Dragon led to a life time of memories. We as a girls Whatsapp group of Andhra Medical College, Visakhapatnam embarked on the idea of a reunion in Bhutan. Based on the web reviews chose Wind Horse Tours and they took care of all queries, substantial and silly from us 17 ladies for a period of nearly 10 months as the plan started taking shape. The tour commenced on Nov. 6th 2017 for a period of 8 days and 7 nights. Our group included a mix of Indian and non-Indian(US/UK)
Nov 3 -10,2017 Rating:
We have recently returned from an amazing 7 day visit to Bhutan. We started the research into Bhutan about a year ago and discovered that we would need to book through a Bhutanese travel company. I initially contacted six companies for information and then worked with three to prepare an itinerary. From the initial contact I got a very good feeling about Wind horse and decided to book with them. They have the advantage of having an office in the Netherlands and in Minnesota, USA. My contact was with Bas in the Netherlands office and he replied to my emails very
Nov 20 - 27,2015 Rating:
My husband and I absolutely LOVED our 8-day "Introduction to Bhutan" tour. We have both done lots of traveling, both before we met and together, and this trip was the BEST! Our guide (Kinley) and driver (Sonam) made everything so easy and relaxing for us. We are especially grateful to the Wind Horse staff for their willingness to customize our itinerary to include a wedding ceremony at Dechenphodrang monastery, overlooking Thimpu valley. We can't thank Wind Horse enough for a once-in-a-lifetime, phenomenal vacation! We hope to return to Bhutan again in the future -- maybe for a trek next time!
April 10 - 17, 2016 Rating:
Dear Anand Thanks for writing. We had a wonderful time on our trip to Bhutan. The itinerary and the guides were fine. We enjoyed the trip very much. We do look forward to coming back and getting into eastern Bhutan, and also to do some trekking. The only thing I found odd on the trip, and this is very minor, but still odd, is how guests have to pay for water at meals. Seriously? Couldn't this be included in the cost of the meal? The price is so small that it is annoying. Tourists don't carry around Bhutanese money that small. Paying for
April 18 - 25, 2016 Rating:
Anand, In regard to the guide and driver, they both were kind and accommodating , particularly with my mother. As for the tour, I would have liked more information about Bhutan, especially about its history, geography, economics, government, and sites. Most of the information was about religion, yet I still don;t know the difference between a lama and a guru. Better explanation would have been helpful. Most of out drives were silent, as we drove by sites. Unless we asked, no information was offered. For example, I know hydroelectric power is the number one source of money for your country, yet it
April 01-08,2016 Rating:
Dear Anand, We enjoyed our trip immensely. And couldn't have been happier with our guide Pema and driver. They were very helpful, and did everything we wanted. We thought all the places we visited fitted with just what we wanted to see and it was a good mix of cultural and natural. We were really happy that the 2 guys decided to walk up to the Tigers nest with us and they were helpful and encouraging. Hotels were great, in fact better than we expected. Food also good. We enjoyed seeing your country so much, it was a real dream come true and lived
Feb 05 -12, 2016 Rating:
Dear Anand, Please excuse this belated note. My husband Andrew has been quite busy with work, so I decided to respond on my family's behalf. All in all, our 7 days in Bhutan were truly remarkable. The pastoral and rugged beauty of the country will stay with us for a long time. Our guide Tashi was the ideal match for our family of three. He was engaging and informative without being garrulous. Also, he was so thoughtful to arrange a birthday cake for our daughter on the day of our arrival because we landed in Bhutan on her 13th birthday. The royal
March 22-29, 2015 Rating:
Dear Anand - We had a wonderful experience in Bhutan. The guide and driver were friendly and helpful, giving us a glimpse at Bhutanese culture. We were satisfied with the arrangement of accommodation and food. However, the food was a little bit too salty and invariable for us. We would expect some alternative choices of food styles, especially in Thimphu. But overall, we really appreciated the trip and all the works you had done for us. Thanks a lot! Sincerely, Hsin Tu Tsai - TID - 8732, Introduction to Bhutan, March, 22-29,2015. Guide Leki
December, 2014 Rating:
Just wanted to commend your company and our guide, Yeshi and driver, Dawa, on the well planned program that you developed for your guests. Our days were filled with wonderful activities and no question went unanswered. We truly both saw and understood the culture and would highly recommend your company and these two employees in the future. Not only did Yeshi and Dawa lead our tour, they also became our friends and helped us when we had trouble with the ATM, taking certain climbs, and focusing on our special interests. For example, my husband loves archery and Yeshi and Dawa
Dec 26 - Jan 02, 2013 Rating:
TID 582-Introduction to Bhutan Tour for Peggy and Family ( 26 Dec. 2012- 02, Jan. 2013) Dear Ugen and company, I have finally posted on Trip Advisor (Sammy10dog) and want to be sure to let you know how pleased we were with everything about our trip from start to finish. Your office was helpful in our planning and our guide and driver (I don't think I could spell either name properly :(...) were wonderful. In any other country with such new development I might have been worried about food or safety or travel in the mountains. I know that it is mainly
June 2012 Rating:
Our family trip to bhutan was great and interesting. our tour guide " sonam" and the driver " kamalraj" was very responsible for taking care all of us and they're very funny:) bhutan have a very beautiful scenery country.. there"s a lot of antique temples, mountains, rivers,,,, we're going in summer season so is quite cloudy in the morning, and can't see the himalaya clearly. but if go for winter I thk should not be a problem... Bhutan foods are very healthy and delicious!!! we all love the red rice, beef and of course their " green chilli with cheese.."
Oct 30 - Nov 09, 2014 Rating:
TID 8549 (Oct 30 - Nov 09, 2014) Private Tour Hello Anand, As I mentioned previously Galen was an excellent guide. I had a small nature tour business in Belize for 14 years so I know what makes a good tour and what makes an excellent guide. She was friendly, adaptable, knowledgeable and thoroughly professional. her knowledge and ability to discuss Buddhist religion and the temple art was particularly great for my wife. her demeanour and actions exemplified the 4 pillars of your Gross Happiness Index. She was a delight to spend time with and both Helen and I felt privileged to
May. 11-18, 2014 Rating:
Introduction to Bhutan for Martina & Clare TID: 8531 May. 11-18, 2014 I had a fantastic holiday. The pace was relaxed. I am pleased we managed to get a couple of long walks in, as they were very enjoyable. Everything went smoothly and our guide and driver were both excellent, flexible and had a good sense of humour. My least enjoyable part was going to the thanka shop, paper factory, painting school etc as it felt as if we were being taken to places to shop. However, that only happened on the one day and there was no pressure on us to
April 12 -19,2014 Rating:
TID 737, April 12 -19,2014 Dear Anand, It’s very nice to hear from you, and, yes, the Queen was the icing on the cake! You are most welcome to use pictures from the album, though I’m not sure they can be downloaded at decent quality from the site. Tim can send you whichever ones you’d like directly. Just let him know. I’ve copied him here, so you have his email address. Some feedback: The trip and itinerary were amazing! Leky and Chimi were excellent. We’ve been to many places where we’ve had guides and drivers, and I have to say, these two men
March 28-April 04, 2014 Rating:
Dear Jambay, Namgyal, Djimmy and the others off the team of Windhorse, Thank you so much for a great and memorable holiday in beautiful Bhutan. Our trip was above expectations regarding Windhorse. From the moment we were picked up from the airport we felt special. Namgyal (Guide) and Djimny (Driver) gave us from the start a very warm welcome. But also the email correspondence upfront with Jambay or one of the other teammembers was very nice, quick responses and everything was very clear. Namgyal is a very friendly and kind guide who speaks very well English. He knows everything about Bhutan
Oct 17 - Nov 03, 2013 Rating:
Bhutan Intro & Myanmar Intro Oct 17 - Nov 3, 2013 We enjoyed our time in Bhutan greatly. The roads obviously need a lot of fixing. Unless you are sure that the center in Punakha is open, I would revise plans. The drive was spectacular, but we simply turned around to go back over the same bad roads. The flight from Paro to Bangkok was a disaster, although it was not Wind Horse's fault. 12 hours to take a 4hour flight was really too much. Is there another airline other that Druk? We would recommend your company at any time. Everything
Oct 29 - Nov 06,2013 Rating:
TID 680 Dr Rupinder Bhutan Tour (29.10.13 – 06.11.13) Dear Anand, We are finally getting settled after the amazing time we had at Bhutan. KT and Baliman were great for taking us to all the wonderful places and getting us back safely. Overall, the trip was well organized, except for a few minor glitches. We were not crazy about the hotel in Punakha. My wife did fine, but I would have liked a little more diverse food. All in all, it was a wonderful trip and we are defiantly coming back, and when we do, I'll like you folks to make
Oct 6 -21,2013 Rating:
TID 720 Nithya & group tour to Bhutan and Nepal (6.10.13-21.10.13) Thank you for your email. We had a great time in both locations (although all of us felt that 8 days in Bhutan was beyond what was necessary- perhaps 4 or 5 days was closer to what we needed). The tour was well organized and our guides and drivers were all great! High Asia Tours in Nepal had mentioned that we were going to 'settle the money 'issue re: flight from KTM to Pokhara (which we did not take b/c of closure of the Pokhara airport). I believe we are
Sept, 4-11 2013 Rating:
TID 695:Introduction to Bhutan Tour from 4-11 Sept 2013 Dear Jambay,We arrived back in Paris there was two days ago.The weather is not so good, but that is the weather of Paris.We will to thank you, for the management of our tour in Bhutan,All was good and we have enjoyed your country.Sonam the guide, and Sonam the driver are very kind and performant and found always the good solution. All the best,
Jun 22-30,2013 Rating:
Introduction to Bhutan Tour TID 690(Jun.22-30,2013) Dear Ugen:Andrew and I are in Punakha with Yeshi and Dorgi. Right now, Yeshi and I are in the open-air lobby of the Hotel Meriphuensum. Everybody else seems to have gone to bed early so he and I are sharing our thoughts about life.We're having a great time and I want to send you special thanks for arranging for Yeshi to be our guide and for Dorgi to be the driver. Yeshi is a wonderful guy. He's charming and intelligent, has a highly-developed sense of humor, and he possesses a special sensitivity that is rare.
Oct 11,2012 Rating:
My wife, daughter and I visited for nine days in Bhutan in October, 2012 with Wind Horse Tours and had an absolutely wonderful time. Our guide, Kinley Tenzin, was great. His knowledge of the culture and customs of the Bhutanese people was suburb. He constantly went out of his way to show and explain things to us. The hotels we stayed in and the food we ate satisfied us completely. Although the mountain roads we travelled were narrow and winding, we felt safe with our driver and the van we rode in. I highly recommend Wind Horse Tours.
Introduction to Bhutan Marisa X2 (Jan,24-Jan,31,2012) Dear Jambay, We would like to thank you for the tour you organized us. Everything was perfect! Leki is an excellent guide and Dawa a very good driver. We have nothing to complain. We had a very nice experience in Bhutan and hope to come back soon. Kind regards.
17th – 25th December 2011 Rating:
Bhutan Tour for James X2 (17th – 25th December 2011) To Whom it May Concern, My wife and I have just returned from 8 fantastic days in Bhutan "the land of the Thunder Dragon." We were fortunate to have chosen to work with "WIND HORSE TOURS, TREKS & EXPEDTIONS" @ www.windhorsetours.com for this fascinating trip. You might say that is was the "luck of the draw" since I reviewed a variety of groups on the Internet and selected them. Many thanks to Ugen for answering my many emails prior to our departure. Over the years we have traveled to more than 50
Nov. 17- Dec 03, 2011 Rating:
Stein & Mason Introduction to Bhutan & India Tour (Nov. 17- Dec. 03 2011) Dear Ugen ,Jambay and team, I'm not a big fan of public forums but did want to give you some feedback re our trip. We had a great time and were looked after very well in India and Bhutan. Transfers went smoothly, our guides and drivers were terrific and the content was all that we could ask for. We have some wonderful memories and would definitely recommend Windhorse Tours as a "go-to" company. I would, however, like to comment on a few of our hotel experiences.The lack of hot
Apr 19-26, 2011. Rating:
Nancy & Richard Bhutan Introduction Tour 19 Apr-26 April 2011. Dear Jambay and Ugan, My husband and I are having the most amazing journey. I cannot even wait to get home to tell you how wonderful this trip is and how lucky we feel to have chosen Windhorse for our tour. The itinerary is filled with fascinating and magnificent sights and adventures. The hotels were wonderful. Everyone has been so welcoming and helpful. We feel so lucky and appreciative to have had the company, guidance and expert competence of our guide, Kinley Tenzin and our driver, Yam Raj. Kinley is a thoughtful and
Bhutan was GREAT, Trip 7-14 August, 2010 We had a GREAT time in Bhutan. We love places, people and definitely our guide and driver. I have been to 44 countries and I can definitely say that this is one of my favorites. We would definitely go back again and will like to spend more time at Dechawan, especially around black neck crane season. We would also like to explore the east further to Bhumtang around the festival time. I have recommend Windhorse to quite a bit of people. You may have more customers soon. Thank you very much again for your lovely memory
Nov 26,2010 Rating:
Hi Kinga, It's been almost six weeks since I returned from Bhutan. I want to thank you again for making that brief visit so special! A journey is not completed when one arrives home, but rather, when one uses the experience as best one can. Not one day has passed during the last weeks that I haven't thought of Bhutan. Specific experiences and images rise to the surface from my memories and field notes and photos; as well as lots of questions. As you said, our brief visit was "intense" and I'm grateful for that. You presented Bhutan so well with
July 07,2009 Rating:
Wind Horse Dear Kinga, thank you for being such a wonderful guide. We are all absolutely delighted with our trip, and with the quality of your services. We appreciated your knowledge, your boundless energy, patience and unwavering smile. You went out of your way to make this trip as smooth, enjoyable and interesting as possible. Dorji was a star driver, we all felt very safe on these treacherous roads. Please accept this picture as a token of our appreciation. Best, Pascaline, July 7, 2009
Ugen, we arrived back safely from our trip this week. We loved Bhutan! We had beautiful weather every day. Our guide and driver were wonderful. The country was really magical. Thanks to you and Wind Horse – everything was perfect. I am attaching a picture for you. It is of my daughter Giovanna and the King’s brother-cousin. We had the pleasure of meeting him in Paro when we stopped to watch a group of men doing archery at a local club. It seems our guide knew him and he came over and offered us tea. For us – it was like
April 22-29,2012 Rating:
Introduction to Bhutan With Trongsa TID: (627 22 -29 April 2012) Dear Jambay and Ugen Thank you for helping us to organize our trip to Bhutan. Everything was perfect and I loved your country. I hope to come back again! Cristina and Maurizio (Italy)
April - 23,2009 Rating:
Hello Santosh, The group had a great holiday in Bhutan. What a special destination! The services by Windhorse were excellent in the opinion of the group. And I fully agree with them. In Delhi I was happy to be received by Mr Gayul (???) who picked us up from the airport. I think he did an excellent job! Did you ever eat in Broadway? For me as a foreigner it is the best Indian food I ever tasted. I have eaten there many times with groups and the food is always great. Maybe for you as a local resident it is
Oct 15, 2008 Rating:
Bhutan Private Trip Oct 2008 Ugen & Rinzin, I returned to NYC on Sunday and have been a bit busy catching up on things here, but I wanted to let you both know what a wonderful time we had in Bhutan and to thank the Windhorse team for making this such a special trip. It far exceeded my expectations. Bhutan is an amazing country. I don't think that any photographs that I have seen of the country can do justice to the physical beauty. We also found the people to be incredibly generous in spirit. I hope that as things continue
Dear Anand/Suraj: My trip planning started with meeting Anand who was wonderful in helping to plan my 8 day trip to Bhutan. He was very accomodating and completely organized everything for me. All I had to do is show up. Once I got to the Paro Airport, I was greeted by surely the best tour guide in all of Bhutan, Suraj and also the best driver, Mr. Nedup. I was worried being a single female traveling alone in a strange country, but Suraj did everything in his power to make sure I enjoyed my trip to the fullest and never felt
Nov, 24,2007 Rating:
Windhorse arranged my individual trip at an affordable price, at very short notice, when no other company was able to, which was fantastic. I was very happy with the trip, saw some wonderful things and stayed in great places. Thank you!
Oct, 25,2006 Rating:
Bhutan & India Tour, Sept & Oct 2006 The trip was really great......there were two mess ups that occurred that were related to the Druk Air tickets........otherwise things were awesome....and our guide, Sonam, was especially awesome......Wes and I made our flight connections into Bangkok without any problems, however, it was not clearly explained to us that we would have to present our hand written Drukair tickets to a special location for an actual boarding card to be created. Instead we went straight to the DrukAir departure gate (we had tons of time in BKK airport as we had a 6 hour
Bhutan & Myanmar with party of 6 This was the most excellent trip in many years. So many wonderful memories! so many wonderful people! Thank you very much.
March, 09, 2007 Rating:
Bhutan, Spring 2007. Hi, we had a lovely trip. All arrangements went smoothly including our need to get on a plane one day early. I regretted that need to leave early because despite our guide's efforts to get us back from the hike to Tiger's Lair monastery in time to see some of the dancing at the Paro Festival, some of our members lingered so long that by the time we got to the festival it was done for the day. I tried to put these remarks on the site you mentioned but I couldn't figure out how to do it once
Bhutan – April 2006 (Guide was not so great ) Ugen, sorry we did not get a chance to meet you in Bhutan. The trip met expectations as we saw much about Buddhism. Our driver was very proficient at his job and got us where we needed to go safely. He was also helpful in other ways. Our guide, it seemed to me, needed to be more forthcoming about history and other things and events involving Bhutan. When we heard other guides around us, they often seemed better informed. Don't get me wrong, the guide was very nice and helpful and
June 28 -july 11,2006 Rating:
Ladakh & Bhutan Dear Ugen and Postak, I loved the trip to Bhutan and the extension to Ladakh that we experienced this past June/July 2006. I believe that the trip wouldn’t\'t have been as enjoyable had it not been for the excellent guide in Bhutan, Choki Dorji, and the excellent driver, Rapten.(I hope I spelled his name correctly). Driving through the mountains with their curvy, narrow roads having to watch out for cattle, other animals, the roadside workers, our driver was awesome and safe! Even though other tour companies that I had contacted, did not have tours during the summer because of the
Oct, 16, 2003 Rating:
I loved my time in Bhutan. You live in an amazing country. Your culture buildings and natural environment make you positively unique. The factor that made my stay so special however was the warm, friendly and welcoming nature of the people I met. Thank you once again for organising such a memorable trip
"I was met on arrival in Paro by representatives of the Wind Horse Tours, who immediately made me feel at home. Throughout my stay in Bhutan nothing was too much trouble for them. Things did not always go to plan, eg the car broke down and the itinerary had to be revised to take account of the new situation. Choki, my expert guide worked hard, and successfully, to overcome this temporary disruption to our plans. And overcome we did. We simply re-arranged our itinerary to take account of this minor inconvenience, and got on with the trip. Whilst this may
Introduction to Bhutan – 8 days 8 Days
Introduction to Bhutan
Trip Price From US$ 1440 | See Details
Trip AccommodationHotels can be provided according to your choice. See Details
Group Size Private trip with your own group.
Trip Type Cultural Tour
Trip SeasonsBest from Feb till May and from Sept till December. This tour can be done anytime - throughout the year.
Best MonthsJanuary, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December
This tour is the curtain raiser to the places of interest in western and central Bhutan. This seemingly leisure paced odyssey take you to the road of discovery of well preserved tradition and culture, medieval Dzongs, pristine environments, monasteries and ever friendly people.This introductory tour start from capital city Thimphu, which stole the limelight for being only capital in the world without traffic lights. After visiting sights and attraction in Thimphu valley, we then drive east across spectacular Dochula, offering grand vista of eastern Himalayan peaks on a clear day to the glacial valley of Phobjika, where electricity is still a novelty, an initiative undertaken in conversation programme of sacred Black Neck Crane. On the way back, we stop at semi tropical agrarian valley of Punakha & Wangdi, that houses one of most beautiful Dzong (Punakha Dzong) in the country on the confluence of Po and Mo Chhu river, after visiting these attraction, crossing again Docula pass, take you to verdant valley of Paro, culminating into hike to the famous Taktsang (Tiger’s Nest) monastery, a quintessential Bhutan travel experience.
For those short on time and those who wish to avoid long drives in Bhutan, this 8 days/7 nights introduction tour of Bhutan is the perfect choice.
This itinerary can be manoeuvred in any order, to incorporate local events, festivals or celebrations.
Day 1: Arrive in Paro – Thimphu (L/D) Upon arrival in Paro, you are met by Wind Horse Tours staff and transferred to Thimphu in a private vehicle (1hr). Along the way, you can stop in several places according to your interest. After lunch, visit different sights and attractions of Thimphu.
Overnight in hotel of your choice.
Day 2: Thimphu Sightseeing (B/L/D) Full day tour of Thimphu’s cultural sites and monuments including Tashicho Dzong, Traditional Art School, Markets, Indigenous Hospital, Nunnery, Takin Sanctuary. Our guide can also change the tour to incorporate your interest and you may visit as much or as little.
Overnight in hotel of your choice.
Day 3: Thimphu – Gangtey, Phobjikha Valley (B/L/D) Drive across the spectacular Dochu La Pass to Gangtey, Phobjikha Valley (5 hr). The scenery is stunning and ever-changing, as the road climbs and descends. Along the way, you can stop at several places. Upon arrival, visit ancient Gangtey Gompa Monastery and take a short walk to visit local homes. Overnight at Dewachen Resort (standard) or at Aman Resort (for luxury)
Overnight in hotel of your choice.
Day 4: Gangtey – Wangdue – Punakha (B/L/D) In the morning, take a short easy walk in the valley and also visit the Nature information centre. One of the main attractions of the valley is the endangered black-necked crane, which reside in Phobjikha from late October till March. Later drive back and descend into sub-tropical valley of Punakha – Wangdue (2-3hrs). Visit the township of Wangdue and its massive fortress. In the evening, take a short easy walk to see Chimi Lhakhang temple, which is through a small village.
Overnight in hotel of your choice.
Day 5: Punakha -Thimphu- Paro (B/L/D) In the morning, visit the impressive Punakha Dzong at the confluence of Pho and Mochu rivers. If you wish, you can also take a short (40 minute each way) walk to visit Khamsum Yuelley Chorten. On the return drive to Thimphu, we spend some time below Dochula pass to explore the botanical park and nearby surrounding for birds for diverse flora. Lunch could be planned at Dochula pass. After descending into Thimphu, continue short drive to Paro.
Overnight in hotel of your choice.
Day 6: Paro Valley Tour (B/L/D) If you are interested more in the walks and to visit off-the-beaten sights, your guide can take you for drive up to Chele pass and hike to Kila Gompa nunnery. Along the way, you will also pass through wonderful forests. Also short distance from Paro in Bondey village, you can take a short walk to visit Dzongdrakha Gompa. The popular attractions within Paro include visiting Rinphung Dzong, National Museum, temples of Kichu and Dungtse, visiting local home and the stroll around the township.
Overnight in hotel of your choice.
Day 7: Paro Valley (Takstang) (B/L/D) Before the hike, you can visit the ruins of Drugyal Dzong. Then follow it by day excursion to famous Taktsang or Tiger’s nest monastery. We can arrange pony ride for the uphill part but you must be able to walk down hill. This is expected to take all day.If for some reason, you wish skip Taktsang, our Guide and driver can arrange other interesting alternatives based on your interest. Return to Paro for farewell dinner.
Overnight in hotel of your choice.
Day 8: Departure (B) Transfer to Paro Airport in time for your departure flight. Most flights out of Bhutan depart in the morning.
Date and Price
From $1700 In Peak season.Cost is based on group size, dates of travel and types of accommodation chosen.
From $ 1440 .If travels are within 1st Dec till 25 Feb and from 1st June till 25 August, following discounted rates apply.
Single room supplement $250
Single traveller cost includes single supplement.
Please request cost after deciding on the choice of hotels.
Private Journeys for independent travel with your own dates.
- Bhutan Royalties, tourists fees, Visa fees.
- Accommodations in listed or similar hotels.
- All meals in Bhutan.
- All private transfers and sightseeing with entrance fees.
- Local English Speaking Tour leader/Guide.
- All permits for Bhutan
- Flights into and out of Bhutan.
- Medical / Travel Insurance.
- All personal expenses such as bars, beverages, laundry, telephone, tips etc.
Photos & Videos
Hotels in Thimphu
Hotels in Paro
Hotels in Punakha
Hotels in Phobjikha
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