Added by on October 18, 2019

Explore Bhutan with me in this documentary as I take you trekking & show you the best things to do in Bhutan!
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As a Wanderer for G Adventures I got the chance to travel around Bhutan to explore monasteries, fortresses, temples, the food, traditions, even the nightlife and with that develop a deeper understanding of the culture. In combination with a proper 4 day trekking adventure in the Himalayas along the Druk Path Bhutan simply blew me away.

With this video I give you an introduction to traveling and things to do in Bhutan, I explain why the Bhutan visa has such a high price tag and why it is only possible to explore the country on a tour. I take you with me on the demanding Druk Path trek and show you around all the major sights in Thimphu, Punakha and Paro including the hike up to the popular Tiger’s Nest monastery.

Use this video as your Bhutan guide in order to help deciding which tour you want to take and/or which sights in Bhutan you want to explore yourself!

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All Things to do in Bhutan as shown in this episode:
– Druk Path Trek
– Paro Dzong
– Punakha Dzong
– Tigers Nest / Paro Taktsang
– Jele Dzong
– Memorial Chorten Thimphu
– Buddha Dordenma
– Archery Ground Thimphu
– Royal Takin Preserve
– Institute for Zorig Chosum
– Dochula Pass
– Chimi Lakhang monastery
– Kyichu Lhakhang

–About my Cooperation with G Adventures–
For many years I was searching for a suitable partner who offers tours in South America which align with my style of traveling as well as my values. After many meetings I’m glad I found this partner with G Adventures who offer many adventurous tour packages for travelers like me…but who also care about the environment and local communities in order to execute sustainable tourism. I forced this cooperation because I like the products and the philosophy of the company. Nevertheless all opinions, recommendations and views are my own.

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