The answer is YES! Bhutan is serviced by several popular travel hubs including Bangkok, New Dehli, Singapore and others. Travel to Bhutan is also commonly combined with other regional visits.
Bhutan is committed to the philosophy of high value/low volume tourism, the vision of His Majesty Jigme Singye Wangchuk, the Fourth King of Bhutan. This philosophy results in the unadulterated preservation of cultural integrity within the kingdom and a unique, unforgettable tourist experience. HFA handles all visas, government approvals and logistics for our guests.
Recreational angling was first allowed in 1974 for Brown Trout (introduced) and Snow Trout (native). But very little regulation existed and fishing for Golden and Chocolate Mahseer was highly restricted. In 2022, the kingdom decided to open up recreational angling for all species across the kingdom for the first time in history. For more information on the Bhutan National Fishing Program, click here.
Flyfishing in Bhutan requires the hiring of a trained and certified fishing guide. Non-Bhutanese may NEVER fish without a Bhutanese guide or risk penalties and confiscation of equipment. To view Bhutan's new fishing regulations, click here.
Absolutely! Visits to Bhutan's most famous cultural attractions including the Tiger's Nest monastery, the Punakha Dzong and the world's largest sitting Buddha statue are part of every HFA adventure.
YES! Non-angling guests are welcome and encouraged to join! There are many recreational options on HFA trips including cultural visits, home stays, hiking and trekking, yoga, meditation, cultural festivals, bird and butterfly watching, wildlife viewing and golf!
HFA provides lodgings and amenities that are among the finest in the kingdom and can customize your experience in any way you imagine.
International departure and arrival lodgings and amenities will keep even the most discerning travelers comfortable on all HFA itineraries.