Glamping in Bhutan is an authentic way to connect with nature in perspective that improves the way we connect with the nature that combines luxury camping and amenities typically associated with your own home or hotel accommodation. Bhutan has risen above the status of the summer destination for Indian visitors striving for adventure and outdoor adventure. Gone are the days when camping was only about pitching a tent, and witnessing a sunrise on top of a mountain it has a lot more to offer than one can imagine. It offers an experience full of surprises at every step. With various types of Deluxe camps along the riverside, adventure as white river rafting , ecologically friendly experience in wilderness bound to be paradise to couple, a favorite hangout spot for short escapades with friends, this would be the right time for you to start planning a perfect getaway in the land of happiness. And for those who’re yet to tick this experience off their bucket list.

What we provide?

Exclusive Tents: Large spacious tent (10′ x 10′ interior room) made from thick cotton canvas with poly and cotton fabric mix that retain warmth during winter nights and reflects heat during summer days making it an ideal fabric. The extension in the front serves like a porch or veranda. The tent can fit two single folded beds (or join two beds to make one Queen bed) with study table and have enough space for your luggage. Soft mattress, bed sheet and pillow and pillow cover make it almost like home. The floors are sewn-in with water material.

Dinning: Separate dinning tent with chairs and table is provided. Delicious meal featuring local ingredient, fresh vegetables and regional cuisines. Freshly prepared onsite. Dinning in relaxed and comfortable atmosphere.
Restroom – Simple Toilet tent. A dug-out pit toilet with chairs.

Evening: Tell tale and fun and frolic around cozy camp fire. Outdoor lounge area featuring best camp furniture, outdoor games and more.

Human touch: Arguably, one aspects to take any trip to the elevated level. Allocation of good guide – seasoned, well versed and with an amicable nature. And also cheerful and friendly camp crew, sharing the moment over the campfire or the games can only add a zing to your experience.

Limukha village: A quaint village under Punakha district. Although there is a road to reach the village, the 3-4hrs walk from Punakha is worthwhile. The village consist of around 20 houses at an altitude of around 1950mts above sea level. The camping ground is located among the rice fields overlooking the village. As the region is at a moderate altitude, camping can be done through-out the year (avoiding the monsoon months from July till mid Sept)

Punakha: Camping along the sandy beach on the bank of Mochu river in the upper Punakha valley at around 1500mts above sea level is a romantic reality. The surrounding dense jungles boasts of rich bird and wildlife. Along the way, you will pass through idyllic countryside villages. Camping hear is idle from Nov through March. Rafting in Mochu river can be a side trip along with Mountain Biking trip to near by villages.

Gogona Village: A cluster of 7 or 8 houses and a monastery forms the village of Gogona (3080mts). A short distance beyond are more houses and sheep farm with cheese factory. It was part of famous 3 day cultural trekking route called Gangtey Gogona trek starting in Gangtey, Phobjikha and ending in Chuzomsa near Wangdue Phodrang. With the arrival of road it takes around 2hrs by 4wd drive and around 3-4hrs mountain bike ride from Gangtey. As the place is relatively high and cold in the winter, camping here is best from March till May and in Oct & Nov.

Khotokha: is a relatively large flatland in mountainous Bhutan and therefore once proposed for an airport. It has many 4-5 house villages scattered around the valley with some temples, monasteries and few saw mills because of huge supply of pine trees. The valley is temperately located at about 2600mts and temperature is similar to that of Paro and Thimphu, located around the similar altitude. Camping can be done here from March till Nov (avoiding the rainy season). It is around 6hrs walk and 2hrs drive from Gogona (probably around 3-4hrs to bike). From Khotokha, Wangdue Phodrang Dzong is around 2hrs along the dirt road.

Tsheluna: A small village between Paro & Thimphu dotted with farm houses is idle for camping and getting to know daily activity in rural village. It can be mid point for 2 days trek crossing some of high passes with magnificent view of some the Himalayan Peaks from Thimphu to Paro.