This extraordinary trip to Bhutan will create memories to last a lifetime. This trip provides an insider’s view of Bhutan including visits to BCF teachers in the field, receptions, private dinners and special access to sites across the country.
Trip Fee: Starting at $6,995 USD, contact us for more information
tax-deductible portion, $2,000 CAD
- Return airfare into and out of Paro International Airport from transit city (Delhi, Kathmandhu, Singapore)
- All meals and accommodation at 4 or 5 Star Hotels on twin-sharing basis
- All land costs including private drivers and a professional guide
- Visa fees
- Government tariff
What’s Not Included:
- International airfare to transit city
- Telephone calls
Eastern Bhutan with Simon Winchester
Journey into eastern Bhutan with British writer, journalist, and broadcaster, Simon Winchester.
Eastern Bhutan Trek
Add on this 4 day trek to your trip with Simon Winchester and experience eastern Bhutan in a way few travelers have through panoramic views of the Himalayan peaks.
Bhutan with Lucie Edwards
Lucie Edwards, Canada's former Ambassador to Bhutan (and High Commissioner to India, South Africa, and Kenya) will lead an illuminating trip to Central Bhutan.
Simon Winchester, OBE, a British writer, journalist and broadcaster. Through his career at The Guardian, Winchester covered numerous significant events including Bloody Sunday and the Watergate Scandal. As an author, Simon Winchester has written or contributed to over a dozen nonfiction books and authored one novel, and his articles appear in several travel publications including Condé Nast Traveler, Smithsonian Magazine, and National Geographic. As well there will be visits to BCF teachers in the field, receptions, private dinners and special access to sites across the country.
Lucie Edwards enjoyed a 34 year career in the Canadian Foreign Service. Since her retirement in 2009, she has worked in international development, notably in the fields of education, agriculture, and global public health. She currently chairs the International Network for Bamboo and Rattan, based in Beijing China. Lucie is affiliated with the Balsillie School of International Affairs in Waterloo and has taught international affairs and public policy at Waterloo and Wilfrid Laurier Universities. She previously served as Canada’s High Commissioner to Kenya, South Africa and India, and Ambassador to the UN Environment Program. In 1995, she received the Public Service Award of Excellence for her humanitarian work during the genocide in Rwanda. She also received a merit award for her human rights work combating Apartheid at the Canadian Embassy in Pretoria. She and her husband Tom, an environmental historian and poet, live in Ottawa.
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