A tiny Himlayan kingdom which has chosen to retain its traditions and culture in the face of rapid change, Bhutan has determined that 60% of the country should remain under forest - for all time. It's here, also, where people speak of "Gross Domestic Happiness" rather than gross domestic product.
The country is dominated by massive snow-capped peaks, deep valleys, wonderful forests and grandiose timber forts (dzhongs).
Bhutan will appeal to nature-lovers and those who rejoice in the traditional way of life. Here you'll see students learning centuries-old crafts and traditionally-clad men and women competing in their favourite sport - archery.
It's a marvellous destination which will cause you to reflect on what is truly important in life. Come, join us and experience a country like no other.
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Specific Departure Dates :
Best time to visit April / May and September / October.