A desire for a unique destination is what drives photographers to Bhutan be it professional or amateur there is indeed a SUBJECT for everyone; the country remains largely untouched even today with its pristine landscape, rich biodiversity and rich Buddhist culture which translates into the daily life of people. Depending on your choice of subject, photography tour can be undertaken any time of the year; however, spring and fall are ideally the best time to view Bhutan through the lens. During this period weather is mild and sunny with clear blue skies and many of the important religious festivals also fall during these seasons. If you are a bird watcher, the endangered black-necked crane arrives in Bhutan in October and stays until March; however not limited to only this subjects. The charm of Bhutan has never failed to inspire and delight photographers and funny it may seem these photographers return yet again, to take a shot at the same subject, however viewing it from a different perspective, so is the magic of Bhutan mired in myth and mystery.
Below we have listed a few pointers for photographers.
Trophel Tours & Treks is accredited by Tourism Council of Bhutan (License No: 1030972) and member of Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA) and Global Sustainable Tourism Council.