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  • Punakha Dzong
  • Rafting & Kayaking Bhutan
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  • Bhutan Birding
  • Bhutan National Game- Archery
  • Lingzhi Dzong
  • Bhutan Festival
  • Bumthang- Jakar Dzong
  • Bhutan Village Tour
  • Bhutan Mountain Range
  • Bhutan young Monks
  • Dochula Pass
  • Bhutan Cantilever Bridge
  • Bhutan Nomadic life
  • Thimphu Dzong
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Two Minute's Travel Guide

A trip to Bhutan is like travelling back in time. Since opening their doors to tourists in 1974, the formerly isolated country has had a clear strategy about how to manage tourism and preserve the traditional culture that makes it so unique. You might expect to bump into hoards of tourists, but you won’t: the $250 daily travelers fee keeps tourism low volume and therefore low impact feeding back into the country’s wider philosophy of Gross National Happiness.

Its largely Buddhist population are a peace-loving and god-fearing people and its landscape – subtropical plains in the south to sub-alpine Himalayan heights in the north – is a sacred land shrouded in ancient mystery.

Thought to be impersonal, there are no traffic lights in Bhutan and the locals wear their distinctive national dress with pride. It has neither military, nor economic power, but it does have culture and scenery in abundance; attributes that keep it distinct and safe.World Tour Plan advice? Leave your modern life behind and you will have an experience that’s becoming harder to find anywhere else in the world.

Bhutan is...
an unparalleled example of how to preserve and maintain traditional culture.

Bhutan isn't...
a destination for smokers. It’s the only destination in the world where the sale of tobacco is banned.


There is more to Bhutan's scenic beauty. The fast flowing rivers, the winding roads and the varying terrain provide ample avenues for activities like mountain...


Bhutan enjoys four distinct seasons of spring, summer, autumn and winter and, although you can visit all year round, spring (March-May) and autumn... 


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