Glimpse of Bhutan Tour:
Bhutan is the only Kingdom in the world that practices Vajrayana Buddhism as the state religion; covers 65% of the total land area with forests and is marked as one of the world’s diversity hotspots along with Amazon Rain forests and Serengeti plains of Africa. Often called as the last Shangri La, Bhutan is sandwiched between the most densely populated and bigger countries like China and India.
Bhutan being isolated from the rest of the world for many centuries, the history of today’s Bhutan does not go beyond 50 years. Only from 1960’s the feudal system of Bhutan has opened itself to the outer nations. From then onwards Bhutan has no turning backs it has economically developed and built infrastructures such as roads, schools and hospitals. When we ask to visitor about Bhutan who had gone there, they don’t seem to stop the admiration of this mountainous country.
Mother Nature seems to be so kind to Bhutan that she has bestowed this land with stunning scenic beauty which is the really the photographers paradise. In spite of its vigilant tourism policy, the country has been named as one of the 20 most exotic travel destinations by National Geographic Travel Magazine.
This kingdom can be best described as the country of the graceful majestic Himalayas, evocative chasm and dense primeval forests. Once, a famous Canadian writer said that in Bhutan time stands still. So if you are searching for an escape Bhutan is an ideal destination for you.