Tours in Bhutan





Tours in Bhutan

Bhutan at Glance

Capital: Thimphu

Territory: 38,394 km2

Dialects: Dzongkha (official), Tibetan lingos (among Bhotes), Nepalese vernaculars (among Nepalese

Ethnicity/race: Bhote half, ethnic Nepalese 35%, indigenous or transient clans 15%

National Holiday: National Day, December 17

Religions: Buddhist 75%,  Hinduism 25%




Bhutan is a little Kingdom in the Himalayas that outskirts China toward the North and India toward the East, South and West. The nation has around 635,000 occupants (2005) and a for each capital GDP of USD 1,410. Roughly the same size as Denmark, and positioned 133 out of 175 nations on the UN DP's Human Development Index.


In Bhutan, Tibetan Buddhism is the official religion and Bhutan is the only Mahayana Buddhist Country in the world.. The entire Bhutanese society is governed by the Buddhist religious rules and regulations. the national dress is compulsory in Bhutan in Public service. The administration of Bhutan is working hard to ensure religious locales, temples and monasteries and landmarks, are protected. All these efforts have made Bhutan a standout among-st the most iconic area that practices Buddhism.It has also presented itself as an example for environment and culture protection.


Bhutan opened itself to foreigners in 1971 and television was legalized in the country only in 1999.


Located in the remote Himalayan Mountains, Bhutan has a pristine nature and extremely rich vegetation. In the southern districts of the nation, you find subtropical wildlife and plants; while in the most distant north of the nation, there are high snow mountains and incredibly cool winters, just Yaks and exceptionally adapted plants live here.


Bhutan is saturated with old history, culture and religious traditions. Its visitors appreciate the luxurious religious communities, fascinating engineering and customary individuals. The Tiger's Nest Monastery is one of the iconic monuments in Bhutan.


Bhutan is very strict about its tourism policy. To get the Bhutan visa you have to make a booking first through a certified tour operator in Bhutan Like Himalaya Travel and then make advance payment. Only after that you can obtain the Bhutan visa.


Some of the most Popular Bhutan tours include:

  1. Bhutan Short tour
  2. Bhutan Cultural tour
  3. Festival at the Dragon heart
  4. Best of Bhutan.

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