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About Bhutan

Bhutan a small Himalayan kingdom tucked between great giant countries of Tibet towards North and India towards South-West and East with close distance to Bangladesh and Nepal. Bhutan, remains as special country where visitors can take great delights traveling into this pristine, untouched and undisturbed country by modern civilization of 21 st century. The country known as Druk, means Thundering Dragon in native language, where culture, religion and traditions remains similar to Tibetan custom and its way of simple life in the harmony of serene environment and beautiful snow capped mountains, that makes Bhutan a special country than other neighboring Asian countries. 

Bhutan remains as a peaceful country where it’s old past glorious and culture still exists as it was since past hundred of centuries. Bhutan with its various landscapes includes different climatic conditions from warm sub-tropic, cooler alpine temperature to high arctic climatic zone of ice and snow with high Eastern Himalayan Mountains. Bhutan remains as one and only Himalayan Kingdom with reigning rules of present King as it holds the throne since past many centuries with interesting history, culture and traditions including special Tantric Buddhism that’s found only in the Himalayan Kingdom of Bhutan. Bhutan is opened for visitors in groups or individual where one can travel within Bhutan beside its restricted areas beyond its border territory. The country of immense interest where one travel for a week or more with cultural and historical including scenic tour and trekking around green rolling hills surrounded with mountains


Some Bhutan Facts:

Capital: Thimphu

Population: 768502 (2015) 

Currencies: Bhutanese (Ngultrum) ($1 = about Nu 65)

Official Language: Dzongkha

Government: Constitutional Monarchy and democratic parliamentary

King: Jigme Khesar Namgyel wangchuk

Religion: Buddhism and Hinduism

National sports: Archery

Main revenue Source: Hydropower and Tourism

Calling Code: +975

Language spoken in Bhutan : Dzongkha, Nepali, Hindi and English