Rice harvesting in Punakha Valley

                                                                                                Rice harvesting in Punakha Valley

COME TO BHUTAN!

This tiny country in the majestic Himalayas is place of breathtaking natural beauty with a very small population. There are only 700,000 people. But every one of them is exceptionally kind with a propensity to laugh and a strong desire to show you a good time. Bhutanese are agressively happy. They’re mostly Buddhists and they’re not particularly mad at anybody. They are ambitious in the sense that they will go out of their way to take care of you and show you the best their beautiful country. 

One of the things I love about living here is the pace at which life unfolds. You can speed up or slow down, or do a little of both. Take a morning walk to a temple and then eat a big breakfast and find a beautiful spot to sit and reflect. Or tour around and see as much as you can; it’s entirely up to you. What I want to show people who visit is this: the real way we live here. If you do this you’ll go back home with some ideas of your own about how to live happier and how to breathe.

It’s just that simple.

Only a few people in the world are lucky enough to come to Bhutan. I want to invite you to come. Meet my friends. See how we live. Send me a message and tell me what you'd like to do. You can take a scheduled tour as part of a group or you can have a tailor-made experience on a tour of your own. Either way, Bhutan isn't the run-of-the-mill tourist venue. You come as a guest. And you see how it is.

I guarantee you will be forever changed.

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                                             On the way to Cheri Monastery outside of Thimphu.

                                             On the way to Cheri Monastery outside of Thimphu.