The ‘Land of the Thunder Dragon’ – Bhutan nestles in the mountainous regions of the Eastern Himalayas and is one of the cleanest countries in the South Asian territory. A remote kingdom that still clings to its Buddhist culture but embraces modernisation, Bhutan is a land with monasteries, traditional architecture, beautiful valleys, snow-clad mountain views and lush greenery. Being landlocked, the country enjoys a significant tourist influx from its neighbours, Tibet and India.
One of the happiest countries in the world, Bhutan has attracted tourists from around the globe due to their warm hospitality and ever-smiling approach to guests. The colourful clothing, festivals, and hearty food is testament to their way of life in these misty mountains where resources are scarce, but enthusiasm is not.
The country also offers adventure activities such as trekking, hiking, rafting and even archery competitions for those who enjoy them. The treks in Bhutan are of varying difficulty, but they all offer a fantastic experience coupled with their untouched vegetation and age-old attractions.