Butterfield & Robinson Adds Bhutan

Butterfield & Robinson has been given permission to bring travelers to Bhutan, a country that permits 14,000 visitors entry each year. The company has two walking tours scheduled in 2007—March 13–22 and November 6–15. The nine-night itinerary includes time in Thimphu, the capital of this kingdom, a hike in the Punakha Valley and a climb up to Taktshang Lhakhang (Tiger's Nest), set into a cliff face above the Paro Valley. Visit [www.butterfield.com].

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