Bhutan remained isolated from the rest of the world and no tourism existed until 1974, preserving the rich natural environment and lively Buddhist culture.
Today, Bhutan has become one of the most exotic destinations for many international travelers. Every traveller has a lot to anticipate in discovering a kingdom with incredibly unique and treasured tradition, culture, religion and natural environment. The Bhutanese people still strives to preserve this in the face of modernity.
Travelling to Bhutan
Nestled in the Himalayas is the idyllic nation of Bhutan – the world’s only democratic monarchy. Bhutan cautiously emerged from isolation in the 1970’s and has since embraced a policy of strictly controlled tourism and development. This is what makes our adventure tour so special.
Bhutan is a rare gem. In 2006 approximately 12,000 tourists were permitted to enter and taste the delights of Bhutan’s wonderful Buddhist culture. These travellers were allowed to marvel at her magnificent scenery, trek through a stunning array of mountains and valleys and to view some of the world’s rarest flora and fauna in a totally unspoiled environment. Bhutan offers sensational opportunities for Eco-friendly visitors and continues to refrain from indulging in mass-market tourism, despite a small increase in visitor numbers being approved.
Bhutan has resisted globalisation and therefore has protected its strong Buddhist culture and way of life. There is little crime, a stable government and exceptionally friendly people. Whether you are a bird-watcher, trekker, weaver, culture seeker or scenery lover, Bhutan is a must see destination like no other.
The Kingdom of Bhutan, almost exactly the same size as Switzerland, lies east of the Indian state of Sikkim and west of the Indian state of Arunachal Pradesh. It is south of Tibetan region of China and north of the Indian states of Assam and West Bengal. Located in the heart of the high Himalayan mountain range, Bhutan is a land-locked country surrounded by mountains in the north and west.
Altitudes in the south range from 300 to 1370 mtrs. and in the more populated central region range from 120 mtrs. in the east around Trashigang to a high of 5190 mtrs over the highest pass
View an incredible photobook created by one of our travellers to Bhutan
Departure: 2 April 2023
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