Popularly known as the ‘Land of the Thunder Dragon’, Bhutan is a spectacular travel destination as it features immense number of touristic sites that have caught the attention of thousands of curious travelers from across the globe.
Traveling in Bhutan can be great way to learn about the lifestyles of Bhutanese people and see how their small, tiny landlocked country which is sparsely populated has remained a gem of nature with striking hills, valleys, rivers and mountains. Furthermore, Bhutan features a sub-tropical to sub-alpine climate that makes it possible to travel in diverse regions different from one other while staying in Bhutan. Also, the Gangkhar Puensum is the highest mountain of Bhutan with a high elevation of 7,570 meters above sea level is often referred to as the world’s highest unclimbed mountain.
King: Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck Queen: Jetsun Pema
Bhutan is located in the eastern Himalayan range with China and India as its neighboring countries. It’s people and monarchs made Bhutan a peace-loving country which highly promotes tourism in the sense that no harm is done to its highly regarded traditional virtues and norms. Bhutan has a dis Show More
Bhutan has a reputation to keep its wildlife and ecosystem as pristine and as abundant as possible. The hermit kingdom offers great biodiversity and ecosystem for wildlife to flourish. Preserving the wildlife has allowed Bhutan to stand out from the rest of the world as no where in the world will yo Show More
As a traveler who enjoys learning new things about the cultures of their respective travel destinations. Food must something that comes to their minds often. After all, whole idea of tasting new cuisines corelated entirely with the notion of being one of most touristic activity which you can do. Fur Show More
Being a small country located at the southern end of the eastern Himalaya did not stop Bhutan from becoming a major touristic destination that attracts many first-time visitors each year. Bhutan primarily focuses on keeping the advancements of foreign media low and has even assigned a rule to make s Show More
Joining in on the festivals and traditions of a nation with the local citizens can be an experience you won’t want to miss out on. The joyous festivity which brings the vibrancy, excitement and enthusiasm of Bhutanese people can also be a great means of making your holidays a rather remarkable Show More
With a population of about 790,000 people, Bhutan is a very closed country that does everything in its power to make sure that very little foreign impact happens due to tourism. Notwithstanding that, foreign tourists have not stopped visiting Bhutan and that too in large numbers. But unless you visi Show More
Although its economy is underdeveloped, Bhutan has been ranked as the happiest country in the world due to its focus on promoting the Gross National Happiness rather than Gross Domestic Product. First coined by fourth king of Bhutan, Jigme Singye Wangchuck in the 1970s, the term Gross National Happ Show More