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The Happiest Place on Earth
Bhutan is truly one of a kind. Different from the rest of the world in terms of beliefs, lifestyle, tradition and development, this Shangri-La of the east definitely offers an array of unique experiences upon discovery.
The last remaining Himalayan Buddhist Kingdom is shrouded in myths and mysteries. Traditional culture is taken pride of everyday. Here Buddhist Thangkas are preferred on the walls that the electronic billboards. Happiness of its people is the prime parameter of this nation’s progress, unlike other countries who map the development on Gross Domestic Product.
Mystery intersperses history in Bhutan, a landlocked country of South Asian subcontinent. Steeped in folklore, the past here is based on...more »
Bhutan’s geography is reflected in its spicy cuisine. The extreme mountainous terrain of this destination makes the people go for...more »
Tamzhing Monastery upholds the treasured traditions of Bhutan. The place is associated with Terton Pema Lingpa..more »
In the happy destination of Bhutan, festivals celebrate the culture and happiness of Bhutanese population in the best...more »
A landlocked country, Bhutan majorly exhibits variation in the mountainous terrain. The topography of this land of thunder-dragon...more »
As a landlocked country, Bhutan is isolated, but not a difficult place to visit. There is no limitation on the number of tourists arriving here. But the concept of High Value, Low Impact is followed completely. Minimum daily tariff is fixed by the Royal Government of Bhutan and it is suggested by travellers to follow the preplanned itinerary prior to arriving here.
Great deal of research is required before booking a tour. Shortlist your interests wisely to gain the maximum benefit of travelling to Bhutan. The prevalent travel themes that can be explored during this trip to happiest destination in Asia are Culture, Wildlife, Trekking, Cycling, Rafting, Textile and Festival tours.
Capital - Thimphu
Currency - Bhutanese Ngultrum
Religions – Buddhism, Hinduism, Christianity and Islam
Official language: English, Dzongkha Language
Major Cities – Thimphu, Phuentsholing, Paro, Punakha, Wangduephodrang, Gangtey (Phobjikha), Trongsa, Trashigang, Trashiyangtse, Samdrup Jongkhar, Haa Valley