Botanical Tour

Bhutan: one big natural park
Endowed with abundant natural wealth, Bhutan is indeed one extensive natural park and a true paradise for nature lovers. Bhutan with 72% of its total area under forest coverage harbors a wide range of flora and fauna making it one of the botanical hotspots in the world.


BHUTAN TWIN TRAVELS’s botanical tour is designed to best showcase the floral diversity in Bhutan, and a special guide well versed with the flora of Bhutan will accompany you for this trip. (Contact us for more details)

Bird watching trip
Around 673 of the 2,900 species of birds in Asia can be found in Bhutan alone. This makes Bhutan one of the best bird watching destinations in Asia. A wide range of birds that includes some of the endangered birds like White-bellied heron, Black necked crane, Blyth’s Kingfisher Chestnut-breasted Partridge, Ward’s Trogon, Wood Snipe, Red-headed Parrotbill etc. can be spotted here.
BHUTAN TWIN TRAVELS will identify the best seasons for spotting the birds of your choice. Throughout the trip, you will escorted by an experienced birder.
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Extended floral tour
Floral delight
The vast expanse of forests in Bhutan witnesses a diversity of flora and fauna that include over 5,400 vascular plants, 360 species of Orchids, and 46 species of Rhododendrons. True to its ancient name Lho jong men jong (Southern land of medicinal herbs) Bhutan harbors over 500 species of medicinal plants.
This BHUTAN TWIN TRAVELS’s extended floral tour can be made as a comprehensive floral tour or be embedded to one of our other tours.
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Central Bhutan

TRONGSA:  Elevation 2,316m

About four hour’s drive from Wangduephodrang is the central district of Trongsa, the ancestral home of Bhutan’s royal family, from where the first two kings ruled the kingdom.


Western Bhutan

THIMPHU:  Elevation 2,320m

Thimphu is the capital of Bhutan with a population of approximately 100,000 people.  Thimphu became the capital in 1961, and the town is the largest in Bhutan.


East & South

For those with enough time on their hands, venture into eastern Bhutan for something quite different.  This is the land of the Sharchops, who speak their own language and nurture their own culture and weave beautiful textiles.