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Wild & Ancient Himalaya: Nepal & Bhutan
Watch for elephants, rhinos, leopards, and tigers in Nepal, plus visit happy Bhutan, land of serenity and archery.
Asia: Drink It In
Geographically diverse Nepal holds the world's highest mountains and lowland jungle plains. Safari drives reveal its captivating wildlife as we search for sloth bears, leopards and rhinos. In nearby Bhutan, quality of life is measured in terms of Gross National Happiness. Though Bhutan is a tiny country, it is a global conservation leader, proud to be not only carbon-neutral, but carbon-negative. Visitor presence is still light, and a journey among its serene monasteries, Himalayan peaks, glacial rivers and peaceable villages reveals Bhutan's singular beauty. Combine an adventure in these two ancient kingdoms for a nature sojourn that will move your spirit.
- -Animals are more elusive in Nepal than on an African safari, yet the chance to see rhinos, elephants, and possibly tigers (if you're lucky!) is not to be missed!
-A visit to Bhutan is an experience like no other as it's impossible to ignore the deep serenity and satisfaction emanating from these people.
-Travel with this wildlife-passionate operator and see a side of these countries often missed on other journeys.
Travel Curator’s Insights:
$500 off each person when booked by July 1
From $11,295 per person
Ask about a reduced Solo Supplement to have your own room. Policies and protocols provided before you book.
Nov-Dec, Feb-April 2023, 2024
Hover here for specific dates
Trip Sustainability Awards
Working with the WWF's Zero Waste Initiative to eliminate waste from their yachts
Leading Chile's largest reforestation and ecological restoration effort to date
Working with The Carbon Fund to make their trips 100% carbon neutral
ABOUT THE PROPERTY
Bhutan is the first country in the world with constitutional laws protecting the environment. Could this have something to do with the people's happiness? Take this trip and find out!
Joy Martinello, Founder
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