Bhutan Wildlife Holidays

Popular Tour

Special Offers

April 22, 2025
£787 – £4151
November 3
£1035 – £5091

Our wildlife holidays, wildlife tours and safaris of Bhutan are listed below:

The last true Himalayan Kingdom; home to Buddhists who worship the natural world and all its inhabitants. We use expert local guides to help you explore the amazing environments here. We specialise in birding holidays here and have an excellent track record for finding critically endangered white-bellied herons and black-necked cranes. But it is not just the animals here that you will find so fascinating but the magnificent people, landscape and culture is infectious and you will be ready to return to the Land Of The Thunder Dragon before you even leave!

Being one of the most isolated and cut off countries in the world Bhutan is a Mecca for wildlife lovers. However their secrecy and high entry taxes make sure that the mainstream tourists stay in Nepal and leave untouched Bhutan…untouched. During your time in Bhutan you will be sure to fall in love with the Buddhist philosophy and the people are an inspiration to the world. One of the former kings declared that the Gross National Product of Bhutan is happiness and when you speak to some of the people here you will be hard pressed to disagree.

We are always looking for new wildlife tours and expeditions into Bhutan and if you are interested in exploring more isolated areas feel free to let us know and we will use our excellent local guides to help you find the rare animals you seek in the pristine forests and mountains of this very special country.

All these tours are available on other dates (subject to availability) than the dates listed. Please contact us to arrange a tour on a date which suits you.

So join a birding tour to Bhutan and enjoy a real exploration into some of the last wild parts of the world.

Bhutan Wildlife Holidays

Nov 03
Feb 03

Bhutan’s Manas Trek & Bardia Tiger Tracking

February 3, 2025 - February 23, 2025
Apr 22

Bhutan Birding Adventure

April 22, 2025 - May 3, 2025