Welcome to a deeply spiritual civilisation that reveres its natural landscape and cherishes its culture.
The Himalayan Kingdom of Bhutan is unlike any other tourist destination; sheltered from the rest of the world high up in a nook of the Himalayas between India and China, the “Land of the Thunder Dragon” gives Gross National Happiness precedence over Gross National Product! From soaring mountains in the north to low-lying plains in the south, the dramatic valleys and lush mountainsides are home to a Buddhist populace who are fiercely proud of their ancestry yet are welcoming and respectful to travellers.
Bhutan operates a ‘controlled tourism policy’ that restricts the number of tourists that may visit each year. Tourists must be part of an approved travel programme and pay a minimum $200 USD fee for every day they are in the country.
Overwhelming to the senses, prepare to be irrevocably touched by a sub-continent of contrasts, immense in size with colourful bustling streets, snow-dusted...Read More