Explore the treasures of the Dragon Kingdom
Likewise, Bhutan opened itself to the world in 1974 and has been carefully taking care of travelers from all around the world who is cautious about their safe and fun stay as well as the protection of their own heritages. Similarly to that, Bhutan tourism is more focused on the quality of travel in the country than the quantity, thus fixing the level of visitors in their own way while focusing on the motto, ‘high value, low impact. Similarly, being the capital of Bhutan, Thimphu upholds a greater amount of tourist attractions as well as proper facilities which are then followed by another beautiful place of Bhutan known as Paro. Likely to that, Bhutan is well known for the beauty of its monasteries and Dzongs and thus, its major attractions include Dzongs like Punakha Dzong, TrashiChhoeDzong, TaktshangGoemba, and others. People of Bhutan are more focused on happiness rather than other materialistic aspects, that’s why festivals and celebrations have been a major part of the Bhutanese lifestyle. Some amazing and colorful Bhutanese Festivals celebrated include ThimphuTshechu Festival, Jambay Lhakhang Drup Festival, Punakha Tshechu, Drubchen Festival, Paro Tshechu Festival, Jomolhari Mountain Festival, Nimalung Festival, and many others. Bhutan’s way of life may be different but surely magical in the same way. Not just the festivals, Bhutan focuses on treating the natural environment with respect and thus, is a leading country in South Asia for Environmental protection, having about 72% of its land belonging to the forest area.
Similarly, the major traveling plans offered by the Bhutan Travel Package include Shangri-La Highlight Tour, Bhutan LayaGasa Trek, Dagala Thousand Lakes Trek, Druk Path Trek, Jumolhari Trek, Bumthang flight, and Bhutan Cultural Tour. While traveling in Bhutan, you will get to experience different forms of natural heritages like the Himalayas as Mt. Jumolhari 7,326m, Mt. Gangkgar Puensum 7,570m, Mt. Kulakangri 7,538m, and many others. For explorers, Bhutan is indeed a remarkable treasure where one can even get to know in-depth about their unique Buddhist culture influenced by many aspects.
Bhutan in a specified outlook-Bhutan is a first-hand treasure to explore
It hasn’t been much since Bhutan opened its arms to foreign nomads. Thus, the beauty of its heritage remains untouched and unaltered in many aspects, so you can definitely have a first-hand travel experience in Bhutan.
Get to know the purest forms of Buddhist norms and values
Bhutan is a country that widely follows Buddhism and its lifestyle is regulated around the wisdom laid down by Buddhism. However, it is not just a surface-level existence of religion but goes far deeper than that which you can explore when you travel to Bhutan.
See the extraordinary architecture of Bhutan for yourself
Bhutan’s buildings have a unique art to them which is reflected greatly in its Dzongs and Monasteries. However, even in normal places, residents might look different and extraordinary to outsiders.
Celebrate the happiest and most colorful festivals
Bhutan is a kingdom that believes in happiness and celebrations and thus it offers a handful of festivals one can enjoy while they are in Bhutan where they dance, sing, prepare delicious food, and do other amazing things. Festivals like ThimphuTshechu, Punakha Tshechu, TaloTsechu, and others are the glory of Bhutan.
The refreshing Himalayan air with Himalayan scenes will leave you speechless
Bhutan is indeed a glorious land of the Himalayas filled with mountains some of which are higher than 7000 meters in height. The mountains hold their own beauty and glory which has to be explored by a true nomad to find the true delight in traveling. For any more guidance and information on the Kingdom of Bhutan, feel extremely comfortable contacting us at Nepal Nomad.