Good Karma Travels looks forward to hosting you on your trip to Bhutan for a holiday, an educational tour, or for a business trip. We have been providing travel support for visitors for over fifteen years and have travelled with large and small groups to all parts of Bhutan. We have an extensive network of contacts throughout the country and know how to plan a trip to suit your interests and the length of your stay.
We specialize in customizing trips whether on holiday or working in Bhutan. We advise on logistics, we understand all the visa and permission requirements for your travel and we know how to connect you with the people and places of Bhutan so you have the most enjoyable and interesting experiences.
For over twenty years Karma’s career has been dedicated to helping visitors to Bhutan enjoy themselves whether here for work or a holiday. He is an expert in travel arrangements both within Bhutan and abroad.
Bhutan is a country in the eastern Himalayas lying between Tibet in China and Sikkim, West Bengal, Assam, and Arunachal Pradesh in India. It is a spectacular country of mountains and valleys that define its people and way of life. It is a special destination, unlike anywhere else in the world.
Bhutan Celebrates the Birth of the New Prince, the Gyalsey
At the dawn of the Fire Male Monkey Year, the birth year of Guru Rinpoche, and the 400th anniversary of Zhabdrung Ngawang Namgyal's arrival in Bhutan, the nation has yet another reason to rejoice: the auspicious birth of His Royal Highness the Gyalsey.
Looking for a holiday destination in south Asia? Don’t want the heat of a beach? Want to get away from the crowds? Want to go on a picturesque easy hike instead of a mountain trek? Want to be pampered, eat delicious food, and sleep in? Want to read a good book beside a fire?
Good Karma Travels can provide you with superior customized travel planning based on a wealth of experience and a wide range of contacts throughout Bhutan.
We specialize in travel and logistical services for visiting consultants, academics, experts, companies, embassies and diplomats, film makers, and non-governmental organizations.Read More
We have many tour ideas for you but we believe that the best trips will be built on your interests and preferences. Contact us and we will plan a great trip together.
The traditional Bhutanese way of life revolves around the land, the crops, the livestock, and the seasons. Over sixty percent of employment in Bhutan is in agriculture. A visitor can learn much about sustainable lifestyles from the Bhutanese – from the northern yak herders to the southern communities sharing in the work of a rice harvest.Read More