After dedicating more than 3 decades in various tourism industries in country and having worked with several leading travel companies around the world a small group of handful people specialized in various tourism sectors joined together and established Journey DMC with pure aim to serve in tourism industry delivering professional and quality services.

We have delved into all areas of tourism and travel management in the country. Being enthusiastic and dedicated travel professionals, we are able to assist with planning various holidays offering invaluable advice depending on the time of the year, time available with the clients and their budget. All our team members are being from local community and have dedicated several years in the tourism industries we have an intimate knowledge of the region and have best connection (personal as well as business) with all tourism industries in the country. We are capable of offering any services you require for your clients from arrival until final departure in Bhutan, Nepal and Tibet. Our main strength is quality man power.
We have been providing quality service to all kinds of visitors to Bhutan, ranging from ordinary tourists to high profile guests. We handle all ground arrangements including transfers, guided sightseeing tours and excursions, bird-watching tours, yoga tours, hotel bookings, trekking, pilgrimage tour,river rafting, adventure tours, Heli-Trek, domestic charter flight, Helicopter charter, special arrangements for seminars and meetings, filming arrangements etc.

Besides operating various programmes in Bhutan. We have also specialized in operating various tours to Nepal and Tibet.

Why Journey DMC
• 3 offices in 3 countries Bhutan,Nepal, and Tibet
• Over 20 years of experience
• Quality Control teams in every office
• Intimate knowledge of our destinations
• Flexibility and ability to tailor make itinerary
• Well-established, innovative, creative and practical
• Using vehicles before 5 years of time span
• Highly experienced and qualified trip leaders and trek leaders with first aid training