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Explore Bhutan – Land of the Thunder Dragon!

            Druk Yul, land of the Thunder Dragon, as Bhutan is known, is regarded as the last paradise on earth. The kingdom is flanked on the north and north-west by Tibet, the plains of north-east India to the south and south-west and the hills India’s north-eastern state of Arunachal Pradesh to the east. This Himalayan kingdom of Bhutan is fast emerging from centuries of self-imposed isolation. First opened in a very regulated manner to tourists in 1974 on the auspicious occasion of coronation of Bhutan’s present king, this mountain kingdom is still perhaps the world’s most exclusive tourist destination.
This fabulous Himalayan kingdom is jeweled with pain shrines, forts, hamlets, Buddhist monastery and picturesque valleys of the eternal highlands.
In addition, the country has become a paradise for trekkers and mountaineers. In the dense jungles of south and the coniferous forests of the north roam wide elephant, tigers, Himalayan bears, musk deer, blue mountain sheep and the rare clouded leopards on the verge of extinction. Birds and butterflies abound in trees, festooned with orchids trailing moss.

Bhutan At a Glance
Area : 46,500 Sq km
Location : Bordered by India in the South , east and west and by the Tibetan Autonomous Region of China in the North.
Capital: Thimphu
Population: 672,425 (according to 2007 census)
Language: Dzongkha is the national language. English is also widely spoken in government offices , business , towns  & city.
Currency: Ngultrum (BTN)
Political System: Hereditary Monarchy
Religion: Mahayana Buddhism
Climate : Tropical is southern Plains cool winters and cool summers in the Himalayas
Terrain: Mostly mountainous with some fertile valleys & Savanna
People: Ngalop , Sharchop , Lhotsamkha
About Tibet
For many centuries the mysterious Buddhist realm of Tibet has invited many explorers, researchers and travelers to unravel the secrets of mysticism and adventures. They overcome with countless hardships – the alpine dry climate, blinding sands, piercing winds, bumpy routes to reach their ultimate destination of the planet. Naturally isolated by the mighty Himalayas in the north, its doors opened to tourists in 1992 with very strict permit requirements.

Whether you wish to experience the Buddhist lifestyle, delve into Buddhist culture, trek through the Himalayas, drive through the vast Tibetan Plateau or commune with nature, you need physical endurance, careful preparation and a sense of humor. Then, only you will have a rewarding & unforgettable experience

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