Questions like; Is there a tourist quota in Bhutan? How can I arrange a trip to Bhutan? You may not have friends who can confidently answer these questions, after all, only about 50,000 visitors visit Bhutan yearly as of 2011. And this is precisely why Bhutan is often called "The Last Shangri-La".
Druk Asia hopes to be the solution to your questions and aid you in your travel lust to this hidden hamlet. Over the years the team at Druk Asia has travelled to the Kingdom of Bhutan on a regular to solve the mysteries of travel within this magical country, transverse many hundreds of miles both in the air and on land.
Druk Asia also established close working relationships with the travel authorities in Bhutan. Tied up with Royal Bhutan Airlines to provide a seamless travel experience for our travellers. And our international staff have personally visited many of the hospitality facilities, landmarks, festivals and attractions in this secretive hinterland.
Druk Asia Tours & Treks (in Bhutan) is her tours & treks operation arm in Bhutan, managed by a team of dedicated and committed professionals, with vast experience in tourism business. Our tour directors have been working in the travel industry since the industry infancy since 1990. Our guides are some of the most knowledgeable and fun guides in the industry. And our drivers are seasoned hands at navigating the winding bends of the Bhutanese highways.
Travellers have since come to us with queries ranging from traditional Bhutanese wedding ceremonies, volunteering opportunities, customized trekking and private journeys.