Geography, people and culture
This is what we are talking about Bhutan, where people have drawn a rich culture from heritage and made it the essence of their unique identity and main goal in life is happiness. As mystical as its name may sound, the Land of Thunder Dragon (Bhutan) is an existing culture and possibly the last living example of a rich Himalayan society. You may never find a more enlightening travel destination today on earth than the Himalayan Kingdom of Bhutan. Perched high on the mighty Himalayan mountain ranges, this tiny kingdom has defied globalization and chosen to remain a hidden paradise, accessible only by few fortunate and nature lovers.
Bhutan is marked by raw natural beauty where the dense foliage changes dramatically as sub tropical jungles at the sea level merge into a fertile temperate zone and rise up to the great northern glaciers. This pristine environment is home to exotic wildlife and is home for endangered species like the Black-necked Cranes, the Blue Sheep and Golden Langur. There are more than 5,500 species of vascular plants, more than 770 species of avifauna and more than 165 species of mammals many of them endemic to Bhutan. The large forested tracts of country provide shelter to many plants and animals and in recent years , evidence is beginning to show that many animals have chosen to shelter in Bhutan. This is a place on earth that even the most seasoned travelers consider a privilege to visit. Although Bhutan is voted one of the world’s top travel destinations, very few make.