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Happiness is a Place

Bhutan often admired as the “Land of the Thunder Dragon” is no ordinary place. It takes pride in being called the last Shangri-La in the Himalayan region, because of its remoteness, enormous mountain terrain, diverse flora and fauna and its exclusive prehistoric Buddhist monasteries.


Bhutan opened its doors to tourism only in the year 1974, which is why it has been able to keep its traditional culture intact and untouched. It is the only country in the world that practices Gross National Happiness over Gross National Income. Here, you will witness the magnificent mountains, the dense forests, inspiring architecture, air in its purest form, exciting religion, superb art, and the delightful local populace. Strategic fortresses known as Dzongs, numerous ancient temples, monasteries and stupas mark the countryside. Payer flags flutter along the high ridges, wild animals abound in dense forests and foamy white waterfalls offer the ethereal showers.


Strong sense of culture and traditions binds this kingdom together, which very clearly differentiates it from all the neighboring nations and attracts all the visitors apart from the fact that it has stunning natural beauty.


You cannot miss the warm smiles of its friendly people.

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