The small Himalayan kingdom of Bhutan offers a unique culture and tradition with fascinating colorful festivals, mountain landscapes and a pristine environment where people live in harmony with nature and practice the Buddhist way of life.
The country is home to hundreds of temples, monasteries, fortresses, and colorful architecture. Bhutan is the home for thousands of monks, nuns and different cultural groups with their varying customs and national dress. Most people live off the land in a simple, happy manner.
Bhutan is 72% forest cover with nine national parks and wildlife sanctuaries where nearly 200 mammals, 770 species of birds and 7000 varieties of plants thrive in pristine environment. The elevation ranges from 200 – 7500 meters above sea level.