Celebrate Bhutan’s First Harvest
Celebrate the first commercial wine grape harvest in one of the happiest places in the world!
Many people are familiar with the magical Kingdom of Bhutan in the Himalayas. As the only carbon negative country, it is renowned for its sustainable farming practices and Gross National Happiness model. After many years of research and development, the Bhutan Wine Company will be harvesting their first commercial wine grape crop in the summer of 2024. Travel to this enchanted land and be a part of world wine history while participating in this historic event. After all, it’s not very often that a country creates an entire wine industry from scratch!
During your visit, experience the magic and mystery of Bhutan by hiking the fabled Tiger’s Nest monastery, visiting the Golden Buddha and other cultural sites. This seven-day trip includes round-trip, first-class airfare for two from either Bangkok or Delhi to Paro, private transportation with a driver and guide, full board accommodation including all food, all visas and daily tourism fees, and full access to participate in all first harvest activities scheduled during your stay.
Terms & Conditions:
Exact dates will be contingent on projected harvest dates to be determined in spring 2024. Weather conditions in Bhutan in the summer can be difficult to predict, so itineraries may be modified in country if weather impacts occur. Participants must be in good physical health to participate in any vineyard activities. The only two airports with regular flights into Bhutan are Delhi and Bangkok. Airfare from the U.S. to either Bangkok or Delhi to begin your journey is not included.