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  The Ultimate Food Tour for Foodies Around the World

8 DAYS package tour US $. August

8-10 participants

Bhutan is a small Himalayan Kingdom with a population of just over 775,000. Years of self-imposed isolation from the outside world has given birth to a unique culture and tradition that has shaped the Bhutan that we now know. It has also shaped a unique and significant culinary culture but surprisingly, it is the least explored aspect of Bhutan. That is until now.

We are introducing a new hands-on and behind the scenes tour that will explore the culinary history and traditions of Bhutan. In Bhutan local cuisine is revered as the most significant aspect of its heritage and rich culture. It is a part of a tradition which has been carefully preserved and passed down for generations.

This tour will introduce guests to the four corners of Bhutanese food … rice from west, corn from the east, millet from the south and wheat from the high altitudes. Of course with progress in farming technology and exposure between regions and communities, many dishes became ubiquitous in Bhutan and shared by the majority of the population.

This tour will introduce visitors to modern Bhutanese cuisine, while holding onto the foundation if its origins. Guests will be introduced to a variety of regions in Bhutan and experience the respective dishes derived from that area. We will have an opportunity to go behind the scenes at restaurants, and learn how to make some traditional Bhutanese dishes such as Ema Datshi, the most famous of them all. Fair warning though, a dish is considered incomplete without some spicy chilies and the Bhutanese love their chilies.

As a bonus, our tour guide and proprietor of Gomo Adventures, Punap Ugyen Wangchuk is a professional photographer who has authored and published a cookbook titled “Authentic Bhutanese Cookbook.” The cookbook describes twenty-seven popular Bhutanese dish recipes along with striking pictures of the dishes. The book is dedicated to all the foodie-adventurous souls around the world, and will  be yours to take home you with you.

Of course, If you wish to purchase the book now, you may contact Punap Ugyen Wangchuk at



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