Kuzu Zangpo-La (Greetings!),

Happy New Year 2019!

Thank you very much for visiting our website. We are family owned tour operator with an aims and objective to provide a touch of Bhutanese family hospitability and services. Recess Bhutan Tours is a legally registered tour operator with the Ministry of Trade & Industry, Royal Government of Bhutan under License No. 1031740. We are also accredited by the Tourism Council of Bhutan (TCB) and is a member of Association of Bhutanese Tour Operators (ABTO).

As everyone looks forward in taking a recess, and we are here to provide the best recess services, worth your trust, money and time. We are committed to make your stay in Bhutan comfortable and memorable as we strive to excel in all fronts.

Our range of services includes:

  • Culture tours,
  • Trekking,
  • Bird Watching,
  • Rafting,
  • Traditional Bhutanese Wedding,
  • Festivals,
  • Textile Tours,
  • Customized travel arrangement.

We cater for individuals’ travelers, large group, special interested groups, study tours, conferences, trade exhibition and professional seminars. We are also engaged in hotel booking and air ticketing. We have our marketing representatives in Australia, Singapore, Nepal and USA.

We welcome the opportunity in providing the best of our services to all of you who are seeking a holiday of your lifetime in this quiet and unique Himalayan kingdom. We believe that we are the unofficial emissaries of our country. Thus, we are committed, responsible and efficient in delivering the services you demand. Bhutan is undoubtedly one of the last places on the earth where one can experience natural bliss and escape from modern woes. It is justifiably the last Shangri-La, one guided by a development philosophy called Gross National Happiness.

Tourism Council of Bhutan has released New Festival Date for 2019 .

We look forward to hearing from you.

Tashi Delek!

Recess Bhutan Tours

  • Mask Dance of Bhutan

The Mask Dances of Bhutan

March 11th, 2019|0 Comments

In Bhutan, mask dances are numerous and have different names according to their types, the best known being the Tshechus. There are two types of mask dances in Bhutan:

the […]

  • Atsara- the holy teacher

Atsara – The holy teacher!

January 20th, 2019|0 Comments

During the Tshetchu Feastival, one figures stand above all. They can be seen in all corners of the Festival.  They are called “Atsara”.

The word Atsara is derived from Sanskrit word […]

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