Sunday, 9 October 2011

Bhutan Tourism Guide

Bhutan is a peaceful country with strong traditional values based on religion, respect for the royal family and concern for the environment. Situated in the beautiful Himalayas, Bhutan is also known as "The Land of the Peaceful Thunder Dragon", because the regular part of the storms in the Himalayan region is known. Spread over 18.146 miles, Bhutan offers spectacular views of the mountains, incredibly beautiful scenery, exciting wildlife and a rich culture and lifestyle of the Bhutanese people always trying to get in the face of modernity. Discover the unique architecture of Bhutan, Buddhist monasteries, carved wooden houses and craft your visit to Bhutan.
Thimpu - the capital of Bhutan
Capital for the small Himalayan kingdom of Bhutan is Thimphu at an altitude of 2300 meters. It is perhaps the smallest capital in the world that this beautiful traditional Bhutanese art, architecture, culture and tradition and above all always so ethnic and pure. The famous place breathtaking Thimpu festival, even as the festival of dances in a grand manner.

Main Attractions
Paro Valley - a beautiful valley
Paro valley is one of the most developed cities in Bhutan and also a testament to the rich cultural heritage of the country. The picturesque Paro Valley has some of the oldest Buddhist temples and monasteries of Bhutan and for these reasons very Paro Valley is one of the most visited destinations in Bhutan.
Historic sites in Bhutan
Trongsa - Home of the Wangchuk dynasty
Trongsa is an ancestral home of the royal family of Bhutan. Wangchuk dynasty controlled the country of Bhutan Trongsa Dzong from time to democracy was officially launched in Bhutan. Trongsa is also home to some of the best shopping destinations in Bhutan, the sale of hand-woven textiles at very competitive prices.

Bumthang valley - Sacred Destinations in Bhutan
Bumthang Valley has some of the oldest Buddhist temples and holy sites in its vicinity which makes this valley a religious center of Bhutan. Beautiful scenery and numerous ancient forts, it is one of the places to visit on Hot nation.

Forts in Bhutan
The strong Bhutan Dzong, or because they are often considered one of the main attractions of the country. The Mongar Dzong, built in 1930 is the latest addition to the architectural wonders of Bhutan. It is said that the Mongar Dzong in Bhutan were no known drawings to build.

Built in 1654, Lhündrup Lhuntse Dzong is one of the oldest monuments of Bhutan. Lhuntse recording itself is rich in ancient heritage of Bhutan.

Wildlife of Bhutan
Jigme Dorji National Park
Jigme Dorji National Park is named after the third king of Bhutan. It is one of the largest sanctuaries and from Bhutan, and like all other national parks in Bhutan in the frame is a development of the Global Fund operates.

Flora & Fauna
Bhutan has everything as its rich flora and fauna. Of the blue poppy, which is also the national flower of Bhutan, junipers, magnolias, edelweiss, rare orchids, giant rhubarb, tropical trees, pines and oaks to wildlife, including red pandas, langurs golden snow leopard, musk oxen and Himalayan brown bears.


  1. A perfect Tourism guide. If you love adventure Bhutan is the best place. awesome.

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  2. This is a fantastic post! I have always wanted to go to the Bhutan area! Hamburg City Breaks at Christmas are by far some of the finest trips to go on at Christmas but I may try this area this Christmas time.


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