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Rainbow's Bhutan Photography Tours
Non-Photographers Welcome, Too!
Or maybe you saw the 60-Minutes feature on Bhutan back in 2000 when Morley Safer said, "...we found a place, perhaps the only place on Earth, where the government's first priority is something it calls Gross National Happiness." The program went on to document how Bhutan had just then allowed the installation of its first network of television cables. "We have to go there!" was my wife's comment when she heard that report. And we did, in April 2001.
I can say that for me, in all of my world travels, Bhutan is the most fascinating country I have ever visited and I can hardly wait to return in September 2014 for the twenty-eigth time.
I hope the pages of our web site will give you some sense of what this unique country has to offer the adventure traveler who enjoys furthering photographic skills—we welcome all levels of photographers, professional to point-and-shoot, digital and film.
Our web site offers very detailed itineraries to help you discover if we are a good fit and I am confident that if you read those details you will want to join us. Please call me or email for more details and to discuss your personal travel and photography goals.(firstname.lastname@example.org)
Listen to the Bhutanese Monks' Chant again!
We accept all skill levels of photographers, from those who have a "point-and-shoot" to those who are advanced pro/amateurs with all the latest digital SLR gear. Our goal is to put you in front of remarkable scenes and cultural experiences—this is not a workshop with evening photography meetings or critiques. Travelers who are not keenly interested in photography will have plenty to do, always with guides and drivers at your disposal. Click to read an overview of the fantastic itinerary we have to offer in the Fall 2014 and Fall 2015.
2014 Tour - Guaranteed departure.
Travel completely across the country with special permission to exit into Assam. Two exclusive cultural events that no other tourists attend. Meet the nomadic people of Sakten and Merak. Limited to 16 participants.
We also specialize in private tours with custom itineraries to Bhutan throughout the year. We make all the arrangements for singles, couples or small groups, including visas, Druk Air ticketing, and exciting itineraries that go to unusual places within Bhutan. We can make your dream tour a reality. Email Robin.
Bhutan photo by 2013 Tour Participant Jeff Henry on the way to Tiger's Nest. Read Itinerary for Fall 2014 trip to Tiger's Nest.