Bhutan, where the time stands still, the nature and religion combine and maintain the tiny Buddhist kingdom as the last Shangri-La. Sandwiched between Tibet China and India, Bhutan is the pearl of the Himalayas.From the magic of the Himalayan mountains to the traditional Buddhist temples and culture, Bhutan is as enchanting as it is beautiful.
One distinct landscape drops to the next before finally descending to the jungle and grasslands of the southern plains. To those people who have accustomed to this domain of extremes and have always led their life with the principles of Mahayana Buddhism, Bhutan is a paradise on earth where respect for life, in all its many incarnations, endures like the land itself. Explore the place that has not been discovered by the masses yet and modernism has not touched its root. Bhutan is inhabited by remarkably friendly people. Bhutan has long been sequestered from the rest of the world for centuries. its rich heritage, pristine environment and stunning way of life makes one of the most exclusive and sought-after destinations on the earth. Visit to experience the charm and magic of world’s mysterious country-the ‘last shangri-la’.
Autumn is the best season (October to December ) offer clear skies, warmer weather so autumn is recommended time to explore Bhutan.
Bhutan is compratively expensive places to travel compare to Nepal Travel ( about $250 a day is mandetory ) to visit Bhutan. Do not panic, however, since this fee inclusive of accommodation, all meals ( Breakfast, Lunch and dinner ), transport and an Local Guide. With these expenses paid upfront, visitors can tour the impressive dzongs and monasteries, the forest-draped hills and canyons, and take in the local tsechus, or dance festivals without worrying about pinching pennies.
5- 7 Days is the ideal amount of time to travel through Bhutan.