This piece of Heaven is blessed with varied climatic conditions ranging from subtropical to the frigid reaches of almost 25000 feet snow capped ranges of Tibetan border. Hence, Bhutan is blessed with a wealth of flora and fauna, magnificent mountains, dense forests and crystalline air. On top of that, this unspoiled country with majestic mountains has a unique cultural heritage preserved for many centuries, an architectural style like no other that make it a land full of warm hearted, self-sufficient and friendly people, superb art and eye-catching architecture, without beggars or crime. In fact, The Himalayan Kingdom of Bhutan is truly a Paradise.
Bhutan was on a self imposed isolation up to 1974 becoming one of the world’s most exclusive tourists destinations as has managed to preserve the country’s pristine environment and its culture from the harmful effects of industrialisation and mass tourism on the environment and the traditional lifestyle of Bhutanese.
Definitely, this trip is compared to no other and will truly leave no one indifferent to Bhutan amazing architecture, monasteries and culture.
Nepal for Natural Conservation