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Monasteries carved into cliffs, snow-capped mountain peaks, ancient traditions: a visit to Bhutan is “an experience unlike any other,” says Forbes.

And, with government tariffs to control tourism, it’s also a destination that is both notoriously expensive and hardly ever discounted. But with this exclusive deal, we’ve negotiated 50% savings on once-in-a-lifetime Bhutan tours through 2022.

“The last great Himalayan kingdom, shrouded in mystery and magic” — Lonely Planet

What’s Included

  • For $599 per person, embark on a 3-night tour

  • For $999 per person, set out on a 6-night tour

  • These fully guided tours include:

    • Departures on the 1st, 8th, 16th and 24th of each month, December-February and June-August, 2020-2022
    • Accommodations at 3-star hotels throughout
    • Sightseeing per itinerary, including the capital city of Thimphu, the National Museum and the cliffside Tiger’s Nest Monastery
    • Daily breakfast, lunch and dinner
    • Licensed English-speaking Bhutanese tour guide
    • Private roundtrip airport transfers and all ground transportation
    • All sightseeing and entrance fees to museums and temples on the itinerary
    • Government taxes and Bhutanese visa fee

  • October-November and March-May departures are $749 and $1459 per person

  • Prices are per person, based on two people sharing a room. Solo travelers can get their own rooms for +$10 per person per day, payable directly to Luxury Holidays Nepal
  • No. 1 on Lonely Planet’s Top Countries to visit in 2020, Bhutan is a “tiny piece of Himalayan paradise”
  • Bhutan only opened to tourism in 1974, and tourists are still only allowed with official guides; the country remains “relatively untouched by outside forces” (Forbes)
  • One of the ‘World’s 15 Most Underrated Destinations,’ getting to Bhutan can be expensive but, according to The Telegraph, once you get there, you’ll be “rewarded with stunning mountain scenery, fortress monasteries — and a lifestyle almost unchanged in centuries”

About the Destination

U.S. travelers can reach Bhutan via connecting flights through Singapore, Bangkok, Kathmandu and Delhi.

Tourism into Bhutan is currently suspended.

Occupancy Rules: Pricing is per person, based on two people sharing a room. If you are traveling alone, you will be paired with another traveler of the same gender. If you wish to have a room to yourself throughout the tour, a single supplement of US$10 per day applies, payable to Luxury Holidays Nepal. There is a minimum of one and maximum of 16 people per tour group.

How to Book: Purchase a voucher from Travelzoo then email to book your trek. Reservations are subject to availability. Book at least 60 days in advance to secure your desired travel dates. Reservations must be made by Oct. 24, 2022.

Cancellation Policies: Until the voucher’s expiry date, Travelzoo will give you a full refund of your purchase if you can’t find dates that suit you or if you change your mind about going. Once the tour is reserved, changes must be made at least 30 days prior to arrival or voucher will not be refundable. Any unused promotional value credit will be forfeited upon checkout. This deal cannot be combined with other offers. Guests must adhere to hotel rules and policies. Voucher(s) must be used in 1 visit.

Tour does NOT include: International airfare and airport departure tax; travel insurance; tips for staff and driver (tipping is compulsory); any other expenses which are not mentioned in the itinerary.