Bhutan is the heart of the Himalayas. It beats steadily with the drums and chants of Buddhism elsewhere more scarce. It is tucked into the folds of high, high mountains that have been and are its protection. Like the unchanging, isolated flora and fauna in the Galapagos, Bhutan retains an ancient heritage and remains true to its old culture.

 Bhutan has selectively reached outside of its isolation for new ideas that preserve its precious qualities – culture, eco-systems and religion. Bhutan is succeeding where many countries have failed; its unique inheritance of history and location is used for the benefit of the people.

Travel to Bhutan and you will begin to understand what an intellectual gift this tiny country brings to the world; the only place where Gross National Happiness is the Gross National Product.

There are many good reasons thousands of people around the world want to visit Bhutan. There are also good reasons for the country’s historical reluctance to throw open its doors to the world. It is no accident that this small kingdom remains one of the most unspoiled places on earth with much to offer the world and so much to protect.

Arts & Crafts

An essential part of Bhutan’s cultural heritage are the thirteen traditional arts and crafts that have been practiced from time immemorial. These arts were formally categorized during the reign of Gyalse Tenzin Rabgay, the fourth temporal ruler of Bhutan.

Flora & Fauna

Bhutan is one of the last remaining biodiversity hotspots in the world, forest cover has now increased to over 72% of the country, with 60% of the country under protection.

 Culture

As such, strong emphasis is laid on the promotion and preservation of its unique culture. By protecting and nurturing Bhutan’s living culture it is believed that it will help guard the sovereignty of the nation.

 Food

The most distinctive characteristic of Bhutanese cuisine is its spiciness. Chillis are an essential part of nearly every dish and are considered so important that most Bhutanese people would not enjoy a meal that was not spicy.

 Climate 

The climate in Bhutan is extremely varied. This variation in the climatic conditions and average temperature can be attributed to two main factors, the vast differences in altitude present in the country and the influence of the north Indian monsoons.

 People

The other minority groups are the Bumthaps and the Khengpas of Central Bhutan, the Kurtoeps in Lhuentse, the Brokpas and the Bramis of Merak and Sakteng in eastern Bhutan, the Doyas of Samtse and finally the Monpas of Rukha villages in WangduePhodrang.

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