A beautiful, peaceful, tranquil Shangri-La on the earth. Mainly because it’s at peace with nature, and lives as one with nature. Bhutan embraces the natural splendor and has built its life around it. And the people understand that life is best lived with dignity, humility, and grace. Even though it has all the modern facilities available, Bhutan is still firmly engrossed with its traditions that are complimentary to this wonderful little country. With the mighty Himalayas as the backdrop, no matter where you stay it’s paradise. Then there are some truly extraordinary places like the Taj Thimpu that are ensconed by magnificent peaks!
Visit the Sandalwood Ornamented Kingdom Of Bhutan, also known as the Land of Peaceful Dragon.
At Panache, we go above and beyond itineraries. We craft travel experiences that define Bhutan and its essence, going beyond the guided tours and fixed departures. Talk to us to get your bespoke travel plan. Experience the country that makes happiness a place!
Be it sprawling forests, venerated monasteries, overpowering fortresses, joyful rivers, myths or age-old practices. There is a normal way and the Panache way to experience any country. All we do is add that Panache twist. We promise a lifetime adventure! Check out exclusive experiences for Bhutan that come with a Dash of Panache!
The luxurious suite balances out the bustling city around and presents you with a selection of comforts. From grand canopy beds to floor warmers, its hard to leave the comforts of the suite and venture outside to the stunning view. From Spa to local cuisine, they have thought of everything!View More
Perched on the side of a vertical cliff at 3000 m altitude north of Paro, Taktsang Monastery is one of the most famous Buddhist monasteries in Bhutan and is also referred to as the ‘Tiger’s Nest’. This pilgrimage site gives a blissful journey to both tourists and locals.View More
Flanked with hundreds of prayer flags in a round hillock, this monastery is dedicated to the Lama Drukpa Kinley, aka ‘the Mad Saint”. An accomplished master of Mahamudra Buddhism, he advocated use of phallus symbols as paintings and carved wooden phalluses on house tops.View More