Bhutan is different from anywhere else we’ve been, and in a world that’s rapidly globalizing, we love that.
Continue Reading »
There is no right or wrong time to trek Bhutan. Whether in Spring or Fall, get the experience this untouched place has to offer.
Find out how Tusker goes above and beyond to make your experience in Bhutan fun, safe and unforgettable.
When you first arrive in Bhutan, nothing can prepare you for the spectacle. This October Tusker’s taking a lucky few to go check it out.
Tusker Trail has just run its first trek in Bhutan, four years in the planning, and it has proven to be a trek of a lifetime. It has become so popular, that Tusker has added a second departure in 2013 – the first one is already full.
Bhutan: Tusker’s Latest Trek
Tusker’s alliance with the local Lions Club extends its own warm clothing drive with donations of money and/or clothes from caring clients…
Tusker’s nine day trip to the West Fjords maximizes the near 24 hour August daylight in the Iceland backcountry.
By trekking at a slow pace we get to see ancient rock paintings and burial sites we wouldn’t even know about if we were driving or walking at a fast pace…
Avoid the second guessers by bagging the summit. Kilimanjaro is not about the journey, it’s about making the summit and the euphoria you share with your fellow summiteers.
In many countries if you want to meet the locals you go to the nearest watering hole (pub, bar, cantina). Iceland takes its watering holes literally and seriously…
Travelers have the option of hiking or riding a horse (or both), and many Tusker tribe members opt to ride like Mongol nomads.