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Bhutan

Holidays in Bhutan

The Last Himalayan Kingdom.

Make yourself at home in the world’s last remaining Buddhist kingdom. The happiest country, known for its sacred monasteries, amazing fortresses and stunning landscapes of solid mountains and valleys. Ever since this landlocked nation welcomed Buddhism in the 7th century, it shelters about 388 monastic schools with more than 7,240 monks and 5,149 nuns up to date. The charm of Bhutan lies in their authentic harmony, colorful cultures and divine traditions. But that’s not all, in regards to the awesome things you can see and do, to make the most of your money. Thimphu is a must-visit capital in Bhutan that offers you astonishing sights of Buddha Dordenma and passion for its national sport of archery in the Changlimithang Stadium and Archery Ground. All the top sites in Paro (i.e.National Museum , The Paro Dzong and The Drukgyel Dzong) and famous Tiger’s Nest Monastery , outside of Paro are unmissable. Likewise, the adventure and culture in Punakha and festivals in Himalaya are all in one package, worth a lifetime of memories.

The Last Himalayan Kingdom.

Make yourself at home in the world’s last remaining Buddhist kingdom. The happiest country, known for its sacred monasteries, amazing fortresses and stunning landscapes of solid mountains and valleys. Ever since this landlocked nation welcomed Buddhism in the 7th century, it shelters about 388 monastic schools with more than 7,240 monks and 5,149 nuns up to date. The charm of Bhutan lies in their authentic harmony, colorful cultures and divine traditions. But that’s not all, in regards to the awesome things you can see and do, to make the most of your money. Thimphu is a must-visit capital in Bhutan that offers you astonishing sights of Buddha Dordenma and passion for its national sport of archery in the Changlimithang Stadium and Archery Ground. All the top sites in Paro (i.e.National Museum , The Paro Dzong and The Drukgyel Dzong) and famous Tiger’s Nest Monastery , outside of Paro are unmissable. Likewise, the adventure and culture in Punakha and festivals in Himalaya are all in one package, worth a lifetime of memories.