Black necked cranes ,endangered speics
The Kingdom of Bhutan Bhutan is no ordinary place. It is an amply modern country yet medieval with one foot still rooted in its past. Bhutan is aware of the downsides of rapid modernization and has decided to move cautiously without losing its soul. Sustainable socio-economic development, preservation and promotion of culture and tradition,… Continue reading Why You Must Visit Bhutan!
"The problems facing the world today - they challenge all of us equally. And the solutions to these challenges must come from a real sense of concern and care for others, for all sentient beings and, for future generations. We must care about what happens to this earth." His Majesty Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck, King… Continue reading Promise to remain carbon neutral
Western Bhutan PARO The beautiful valley, where nature and man conjured to create their dearest image, is home to some of Bhutan's oldest temples & monasteries, as well as its only international airport. Mount Jomolhari (7300 M) reigns in white glory at the northern end of the valley and its glacial waters plunge through… Continue reading Places and Attractions of Bhutan
Bhutan is a sanctuary of harmonious evolution in the heart of the Eastern Himalayas. The country’s history stretches back to the origins of Buddhism, its deeply spiritual populace is earthly enterprising, pragmatic and delightfully humorous. We live in harmony with the nature and today we are recognized as the only Carbon Negative Country in the… Continue reading Introducing Bhutan
Are you ready for some action? Bhutan, popularly known as the happiest destination in Asia has a lot in offer. Your Bhutan trips can be action-packed or serenity-filled, as you desire. In this post I am going to write about things you can do in Bhutan. Before anything, do you need some safety tips? Don’t… Continue reading Things to do in Bhutan
Until recently, the tiny Himalayan kingdom of Bhutan remained tucked away in total isolation from the rest of the world. It is nestled in the eastern end of the Himalayan mountains bordered by India in the south and China in the north. That segregation helped to preserve its deep Buddhist traditions, importance of the family… Continue reading Some facts to know about the Happiness Land.