This itinerary is part of the specially designed agritourism tours, which are developed by our Swiss partner Tina Roner from Mountain Grassroots GmbH. Tina worked in the agriculture and forestry sectors in rural Bhutan and guides since many years regularly tours to Bhutan.
The majority of people in Bhutan live in rural areas and depend on farming as their main source of livelihood. Our agritourism tours offer travellers the opportunity to stay with farming families, visit local manufactories and explore rural villages off the beaten track. Authentic encounters with local residents are combined with short hikes and Bhutan’s main cultural highlights.
16 Days / 15 Nights
This tour takes the traveler to remote and rural villages of Central and Eastern Bhutan. Farm stays and encounters with local manufacturers provide a unique insight into rural life and provide farm stay with local communities.
15 Days / 14 Nights
This tour to Central and West Bhutan provides the traveler the opportunity to visit local projects and meet young entrepreneurs. Farm stays and encounters with organic farmers are combined with short hikes.
Provide periodic guidance, training and/or information to all staff members, about their roles and responsibilities with respect to internal environmental practices; Mr. Ram Dorji Tamang from Book Bhutan Tour for their active and invaluable participation during the tour operators training on Travelife conducted from 9th -11th May 2022 at Hotel DusitD2 Yarkay, Thimphu, Bhutan.
The tourism in Bhutan and considers the predictions for the development of ecotourism. The common of tourists and travel agency are in support of ecotourism activities that strength benefit local countryside populations. Ecotourism is all about using tourism to safeguard the biological environment, empower local societies and edify travelers.