BHUTAN

Last paradise on earth

WHY

Rabsel Nima Bhutan Adventure?

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Rabsel Nima Bhutan Adventure (RNBA) is a local tour operator delivering private journeys that enrich and enlighten the discerning travellers to Bhutan.

Our professionalism in curating the excellent signature journeys throughout Bhutan makes us different from others. It also grant greater freedom and access to more authentic experiences to our guests.

 

We believe in helping you make genuine connections with the peoples and cultures of Bhutan - Discover the next dimension of happiness.

RNBA'S SIGNATURE JOURNEYS

The signature journeys are freshly hand-picked by our team, most wanted by our travelers, off the beaten track and on the beating vibes, here are our signature journey's to Bhutan.

BEST SELLING

BEST SELLING

BEST SELLING

WINTER TOUR

BEST TIME TO VISIT BHUTAN

SPRING

March - May

SUMMER

June - August

AUTUMN

Sep - Nov

WINTER

Dec - Feb

Spring is clearly the season for rebirth and reawakening as apple, pear, cherry and peach trees blossom from March to April while forests of rhododendrons flower right through to May. Only the lucky ones get to witness the jacarandas bloom at Punakha Dzong because they appear only for a month. It stays rather cold in March with temperatures ranging from 0-16°C and gets warmer in April and May with temperatures as low as 4°C and as high as 26°C.

 

The summer months of Bhutan see more rain than usual, though it is a common misconception that summer in Bhutan is also its “monsoon season”—it only drizzles lightly with showers not lasting longer than an hour; the rain does get slightly heavier when autumn looms. While it is easier to access the sought-after sights and spots, the summer climate allows for seasonal produce like the rare Matsutake and Chanterelle mushrooms to flourish. With bushier trees and thicker grass lushly regrown over the hills and mountains of red clay soil, green is very much the colour of the season. Temperatures range from a low of 13°C to a high of 30°C.

 

With paddy fields all golden, autumn is the time to harvest. Markets are filled with the freshest produce and the festivals are a spectacle to behold. Temperatures stay relatively warm till October, when it gets as cold as 5°C and as warm as 25°C.

TOGETHER

HAPPINESS FOR EVERYONE

If you wish to make a difference in the life of the less privileged people around Bhutan, by choosing to travel with us, you will be helping to support the underserved people in rural Bhutan through some of our initiatives.

Join us in our journey to create a positive impact together and bring happiness for everyone. 

WHAT OUR GUESTS SAY

Hi, it was an amazing , unbelievable experience for me and my family visiting Bhutan and having Nima as our guide, we are all well taken care of and Everyday was exciting and unexpectedly interesting discovery of this unique culture, custom and landscape​
 

Mr Chua & family

(Singapore)

Reviewed April 3, 2019