Bhutan Paradigm Tours & Treks is a registered travel company certified by the Tourism Council of Bhutan. It is also an active member of ABTO (Association of Bhutanese Tour Operators). Bhutan Paradigm Tours & Treks has been in business for several years and over the years, has rightly earned its reputation as a reliable and dependable tour company. It is a company that is suggested by several prestigious guide books, numerous seasoned world travelers and knowledgeable professional travel agents.

Today, BPTT has tie-ups with renowned Tourism agents from around the globe and has established a team of dedicated and dependable employees who continue to serve their guests to the best of their capabilities.

Bhutan Paradigm Tours & Treks specializes in Trekking Tours, Cultural Tours, White Water River Rafting Tours, Mountain Biking Tours, Helicopter Sightseeing, Bird Watching Tours, Textile Tours, Flora & Fauna Tours, Custom Design Tours, Honeymoon, Student Exchange Tours, Pilgrimage Tours, Filming or Documentary Tours and Festival Tours. Each of our tour packages is designed to meet the budget and expectations of individuals and groups alike. We also offer exclusive tour packages to Nepal, India and Tibet through our business partners.

We have our own fleet of luxurious transport facilities, highly skilled and experienced cultural and trekking guides, competent camp crew, and efficient office staff that makes up for formidable and resourceful team in venturing to make your time with us truly memorable.

BPTT leaves no stone unturned when it comes to guaranteeing and ensuring that your holiday with us is comfortable, exciting, pleasant, enjoyable, memorable and safe at the same time. Our mission is to continually strive for excellence by offering the best value and service to our clients. We have to thank our many clients for the support they have given us over the years, and our success is the direct result of their repeat visits and referrals.

* At Bhutan Paradigm Tours & Treks we follow and strictly abide by eco-friendly rules and regulations set by the government in a bid to minimize the negative impacts of tourism on the environment.

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