Explore more of Bhutan with

Gomo Adventures & an

Experienced travel guide

Why travel with Gomo Adventures?

You are in the hands of experts. We offer tailor-made and value-added tours, providing an authentic travel experience and a stress-free journey.

Guiding is our Profession and Passion 


Every Gomo adventures tour is carefully crafted to provide our clients unparalleled and genuine experiences and holds exceptional distinctiveness. 


Photography Tour


The Ultimate Food Tour for Foodies


Luxury Tour


Himalayan Hiking & Trekking


Photography Tour


Buddhist Festivals & Social Gathering


Bhutan Live Art Tour


Spiritual Tour to Bhutan


Weddings and Honeymoons

Our experts and guide

Many of our tours are accompanied by our experts guide and the drivers, who has passion for showing their country – Bhutan with their deep knowledge and expertise for enriched your travel experience.

Our mission

Curate transformative, authentic journeys in Bhutan that connect travelers with its heart and soul, while preserving its natural and cultural heritage responsibly

Our vision

Lead as the premier provider of authentic, excellent, and sustainable travel experiences in Bhutan. Guide through captivating landscapes, inspiring mindful travelers, and leaving a profound legacy.


Gomo Adventures, a Bhutanese enterprise, was established in 2008 and holds a license from the Tourism Council of Bhutan. The company draws its name from the guardian deity of Bhutan and operates its central office on Wogzin Lam, Thimphu City, Bhutan.

Ugyen Wangchuk, the visionary behind Gomo Adventures, commenced his career as a cultural tour guide in 2002. After a span of six years, he decided to establish his own venture, reflecting his principles, expertise, capabilities, and innate strengths. He chose to honor Bhutan’s protective deity by naming the company after it.

The founder of Gomo Adventures, Ugyen Wangchuk, initiated his journey as a cultural tour guide in 2002. After six years, he envisioned and actualized his own enterprise, grounded in his values, knowledge, skills, and strengths. The company’s name pays homage to the guardian deity of Bhutan.

Guiding is our Profession and Passion.

Beyond his role with Gomo Adventures, Ugyen Wangchuk is an accomplished author and photographer. His publications, such as the Authentic Bhutanese Cookbook and Bhutan Portrait and Landscape, reflect his dedication to portraying his cherished homeland through words and images. His photographic work often serves as inspiration for Bhutanese postcards. He is presently crafting a coffee table book titled The Essence of Bhutan, scheduled for release later this year.Ugyen Wangchuk is also deeply committed to environmental preservation and ardently supports responsible tourism. A prime example is the development of Bhutan’s inaugural eco-friendly lodge (www.bhutanecolodge.com). Currently, he is engaged in establishing Community Based Tourism in the Punakha region, a pivotal stride toward sustainable consumption and production in Bhutan. Ugyen Wangchuk’s unwavering dedication to responsible tourism and environmental conservation drives the essence of Gomo Adventures.

The inception of this company is rooted in the founder’s firsthand experience as a tour guide. Ugyen Wangchuk’s transformation from a cultural tour guide in 2002 to the architect of Gomo Adventures after six years was driven by his values, knowledge, skills, and strengths.

Ugyen’s fervor for photography and writing about his cherished homeland is palpable. His literary creations, including the Authentic Bhutanese Cookbook and Bhutan Portrait and Landscape, echo his profound connection to his homeland. His photographic works have also found their way onto numerous postcards across Bhutan. He is presently compiling The Essence of Bhutan, a coffee table book slated for release later this year.

Ugyen Wangchuk, the driving force behind Gomo Adventures, is equally passionate about environmental preservation and fervently advocates for responsible tourism. This commitment is exemplified through the establishment of Bhutan’s first eco-friendly lodge (www.bhutanecolodge.com) and his ongoing endeavors in developing Community Based Tourism in the Punakha region—a significant stride towards sustainable practices in Bhutan’s consumption and production.



Frequently asked questions

Bhutan is a small, landlocked country located in the eastern Himalayas between India and China. Its landscape ranges from subtropical plains to steep mountains and valleys. In the high Himalayas, peaks are best and popular trekking destination. Bhutan is a predominantly Buddhist country and is known as the last stronghold of Mahayana Buddhism. Even the most privileged travelers consider Bhutan a special destination. Its secluded location, limited accessibility and preservation efforts have shielded many from visiting this jewel in the Himalayas.

There are a number of airports where you can fly into Bhutan from, Bangkok, Delhi, Kolkata, Mumbai (India) Dhaka, (bangladesh) Kathmandu, (Nepal) Singapore and At present two airlines operate to Bhutan, Drukair and Bhutan Airlines. Also, there are three land border crossings, which you can travel into the
kingdom overland.  All crossings are along the Indian border only – Phuentsholing, Gelephu and Samdrup Jongkhar

All International tourists are required a visa which must be pre-arranged through a license Bhutanese Tour Operator Visa clearance must be obtained through your tour operator prior to travel

The most distinctive characteristic of Bhutanese cuisine is its spiciness. Chilies are an essential part of nearly every dish and are considered so important that most Bhutanese people would not enjoy a meal that’s not spicy. Rice and potato the main body of most Bhutanese meals. It is accompanied by one or two side dishes consisting of meat or vegetables. Pork, beef, fish and chicken are the meats that are eaten most often. Organic fruits like apple, oranges, mango, pineapple, watermelon, grapes, avocado, kiwi are available. A wide selection of western Chinese and Indian cuisine is also available in many of the restaurants around the country.