More about the Kingdom of Bhutan
“The Land of Gross Happiness”
Bhutan is well-known for its dramatically varied topography. It boasts a great diversity of awe-inspiring landscapes of snow-clad mountains, lush valleys, dense forests and rushing streams that are considered to be abodes of the gods.
To the south lies India; to the north Tibet. Having only opened its doors to the tourism in 1974, Bhutan has remained relatively isolated from western influence and enabled to maintain a rich traditional based Buddhist culture.
Bhutan has gained quite a bit of interest from around the world for its adoption of measuring progress not by the popular idea of Gross Domestic Product but by through Gross National Happiness. Bhutan advocates that amassing material wealth does not necessarily lead to happiness.
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More about Bhutan
The mountain kingdom of Bhutan remains one of the old world’s last few strongholdsLearn More
Best season to visit Bhutan
Bhutan’s climate varies greatly depending on elevation – from the warm, subtropics of the south to the cool, permanent snow-covered Himalayas.Learn More
Visa for Bhutan is not possible at arrival. We will make sure to take care of all formalities for an enjoyable trip in Bhutan.
Frequently Asked Questions
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