At Off to Bhutan, we are committed to providing unique and informative experiences for our guests, including opportunities to witness Bhutan’s diverse and protected wildlife. As the country modernizes and opens up to the world, Bhutan has taken significant measures to preserve its rich biodiversity. In 1993, the wildlife protection zones along the northern and southern borders were expanded and upgraded to a complete system of protected areas, covering 26% of the country. These protected areas play a crucial role in the conservation of Bhutan’s avifauna, including various globally threatened species.
We keep a close eye on emerging opportunities and new areas opened to foreign tourists by the Royal Bhutan Government, and explore nature preserves, parks, and rural areas to bring our guests an insider’s view of the best locations to view Bhutan’s endemic flora and fauna. Join us in discovering this incredible country.