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Tour Bhutan and discover an alternate way of living. We at Bhutan Travel Packages cordially invite you to travel with us and discover one of the least discovered cultures on the globe. Bhutan the Last 'Shangri-La' is truly a paradise, for centuries royal government of Bhutan has kept control on number of Bhutan travellers; this has helped Bhutan to preserve read more

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Travel in Bhutan with Bhutan Travel Packages

Welcome to Druk-Yul. The land of Thunder Dragon.
A piece of paradise on Earth. A dream destination.
Bhutan is fast becoming most sought after travel destination, thanks to its serene natural splendour, gorgeous landscapes, stunning snow-capped mountains, magnificent monasteries and fortresses. Temples and stupas, scenic countryside, green meadows with blossoming flowers and grazing yaks, rich and ancient but intact culture and happiest and most hospitable Bhutanese people, read more

Bhutan Some Facts

Bhutan is a small independent sovereign country in the eastern Himalayas. It is a landlocked country bordering to the east, west and south to India and to the north by the Tibet Autonomous Region of China. Its official name is DrukYul – Land of Thunder dragon with the additional nickname of DekiDruk(Yul) – (the Land of) of the peaceful Thunder Dragon because modern Bhutan has not only a quite orderly social fabric but according to a global survey of Business Week in 2006 it was evaluated the happiest country in Asia and the eighth-happiest nation in the world. Bhutan is the last stronghold of Vajreyana Buddhism, the most scholarly teaching in the Buddhist world. The state religion of the Kingdom of Bhutan is Vajryana Buddhism and about third-fourth of its population is Buddhist but around one fourth population follows Hinduism and merely one percent account for Muslim and non-religious communities. Bhutan is a paradise with fascinating natural beauty. It is widely depicted as a modern day Shangri-La. It is the most peaceful and almost crime free society. Beggars and homeless hardly exist in Bhutan. Education is free and treatment in hospitals and clinics is also free. There are also numerous indigenous medical facilities in the country. The sale of tobacco and its products is banned(foreign tourist and NGO are exempt) and smoking in public area is a punishable offense in the country.