Join Ingela Abbott

for her second

Yoga Hiking Biking

Bhutan Adventure 

9 Days/8 Nights

Oct 29 – Nov 6, 2019


To an experience of a lifetime to the Land of the Thunder Dragon!

Join us for 9 days to hike up to 10,000 ft temples, bike along quaint country roads, do yoga in peaceful settings and meet the happiest people in the world.

More information coming soon!


Pay Deposit $500
(Refundable until June 1st)

Early Registration $3800
Due June 1st

 Early Registration
Minus Deposit 

 Full Amount $4100
Due Sept 1st



Refund Policy:

Your deposit is refundable until May 1st.  After May 1st refunds are available minus the $500 deposit.

No refunds will be given after August 1st unless your space can be filled from a waiting list minus the $500 deposit.

“Our 2018 Yoga Hiking Biking Bhutan Adventure was a super success! I am really excited and looking forward to guiding our second Yoga Hiking Biking Bhutan Adventure next October/November 2019 and hope you can join us!  

During our time in Bhutan, we will stay in 4 different 3, 4, and 5 star hotels! One of the highlights will be staying 2 nights in a traditional farmhouse homestay in the beautiful Phobjikha Valley. If we are lucky the 6FT Black Neck Cranes will be returning from Tibet to the valley at the same time we are there. We will have invigorating yoga in the morning and relaxing yoga in the afternoon. During the day we will hike to 9,000 & 10,000FT monasteries, bike along rivers and beautiful countrysides, try white water rafting, and experience a traditional hot stone bath.
Included in our trip are also a shuttle bus and driver, new mountain bikes, bike trailer, and our own bike mechanic. The best of all is our three fantastic, fun and knowledgeable guides, Druksel, Sonam, and Bhakta, who are passionate about their country and eager to share lots of history, stories, and insights into their Buddhist culture and traditions. 


Love, Ingela”

Here is a little insight into

Bhutan and it’s culture.

Bhutan is a small country embedded between Tibet to the north and India to the South and is 200 miles long and 100 miles wide with less than 1 million people. The country is divided into many high mountain passes and fertile valleys and for hundreds of years it was also divided into many different kingdoms. In 1900 Bhutan became one united kingdom and in 1960 they finally opened the doors for visitors to enter the country. Bhutan became a democracy in 2008, with a constitution that strongly promotes preserving their environment, tradition and culture, while also opening the doors for new technology and developments. Their motto is “To Modernize, but not to Westernize”. The constitution also requires the measurement of the country’s progress in the “Gross National Happiness Index”, with the Bhutanese people currently being some of the happiest in the world

Traveling in Bhutan is relatively expensive compared to other Asian countries, as their government has issued a minimum spending fee for tourists entering the country, to limit the number of visitors, while at the same time using the tourist funds to help finance their free education, free healthcare and other social programs.

Bhutan is mainly a Buddhist county. The constitution prohibits any killing of animals and fish, and also 65% of its forest and natural habitats are to be persevered. (There is a little hypocrisy though…. The Bhutanese people do eat fish and meat… but they are imported!!)

The whole country of Bhutan is filled with thousands of monasteries, prayer flags, and devoted people following Buddha’s teachings of genuine care and loving kindness, to all beings, animals and nature. From the moment I stepped off the plane into Bhutan last year, I fell in love with everything I saw and experienced; the beauty, the mountains, the fun and spirited people, the ornate and artistically decorated houses, the clean villages, the monasteries  filled with chanting monks and prayer flags blowing peace  all across the countryside.


Everybody is welcome to join our Yoga Hiking Biking Bhutan Adventure who has a minimum of 6 months of yoga experience without injuries, and can bike and hike comfortably for 4-5 hours. You can also choose to not bike, hike, or do yoga some days and just relax at the hotel, or in our support van. Spouses are also welcome to join us and participation in the yoga classes are totally optional.

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Your Yoga Instructor

Ingela Abbott is a senior Iyengar Yoga instructor, has studied yoga for 50 years and taught for 40. She is the owner of Yoga Northwest and has many times been to Pune, India to study with late master Mr. B.K.S. Iyengar, and his son and daughter. Ingela has guided several yoga adventure trips to Panama, Vietnam, Bhutan, Bali and Sweden. She is now excited to share with you her passion for Traveling, Hiking, Biking and Yoga again to Bhutan, the “Land of the Thunder Dragon”, and one of the happiest countries in the world.

Upon registration we will send you a complete list of what to bring and more detailed travel infos.