“Land of Gross National Happiness “
Bhutan is cradled in the deep folds of the Himalayas. Very few had heard of Bhutan and to most of the people, it is a hidden kingdom shrouded in mystery. It is classed as one of the most exotic destinations in the world today. This kingdom often referred to as the last Shangri-la, a land of outstanding people, remarkable scenery, and natural wonders with a proud and vibrant culture. A unique and peerless that few people have the privilege of visiting.
Bhutan is a sovereign nation sandwiched between two sovereign nations The People's Republic of China in the north and the Republic of India in the south. This mountain kingdom is well defined by Last Shangri-La or Land of the Thunder Dragon. The significant features of Bhutan vary from climatic conditions ranging from the sub-tropical to the cold and reach almost 25,000 ft. on the Tibetan border (China).
Today, when almost all parts of the world have seen a surge in tourist numbers, Bhutan has continued to follow a policy of regulated tourism in order to safeguard the country's natural environment, rich cultural heritage and unique way of life for its people. Making Bhutan one of the least traveled countries in the world.
We here Luxury Holidays Nepal has several packages and plans which can give the travelers a complete journey of Bhutan. Bhutan Cultural Tours, Bhutan Luxury Tours, Trekking in Bhutan, etc are the most popular packages for every travelers and visitor in Bhutan.
All foreign nationals (except Indians, Bangladeshis, and Maldivians) require a Bhutanese visa to travel to Bhutan. All Bhutanese visas are issued only by the Department of Immigration, Ministry of Home and Cultural Affairs, Royal Government of Bhutan. Furthermore, a Bhutan visa is issued only from the head office of the Department…Read More
Travel & Tour Information of Bhutan CLIMATE Weather, as anywhere else in the world is unpredictable in Bhutan. Bhutan has the same latitude as Miami & Egypt. During the summer the weather is quite warm and pleasant with occasional rainfall. In general, the higher the altitude, the cooler the weather,…Read More