Bhutan, also known as Druk Yul “Land of the Thunder Dragon” by its people, is one of the world’s most beautiful, yet mysterious places. It is located on the eastern edge of the Himalayan Mountain region. About 70% of the area is forested welcoming a diverse ecosystem of flora and fauna. The country stretches from subtropical valleys and plains to snow capped mountain ranges. This landscape makes it the perfect place to trek through the majestic valleys or steep mountains to visit ancient architecture and Buddhist temples.
Bhutan is one of the few places on the earth where Ancient cultures and traditions are still alive and part of the daily lives of most of the 700,000 inhabitants who call Bhutan home.Guided by the philosophy of Buddhism,this country has remained largely separated and shielded from the outside world up until the mid 20th century, enabling it to preserve it’s culture, tradition and environment, thus making it a fantastic and mystical place to visit. It has become the ultimate destination for people seeking adventures, spiritual awakenings, or those simply wishing to take a step back in life and relax for a few days.