Bhutan also known as the Kingdom of Bhutan is a state in South Asia whose borders touch the China border to north and India to east, west, and south. Also famous as Land of Thunder, Dragons is a peaceful and cultural land famous for spicy food, landscapes, ancient temples, beautiful festivals and Buddhist culture. So if you wanted to spare some lone time away from the hustle and bustle of city life, then Bhutan is the place. The government of Bhutan takes special efforts to keep the place lively and preserve the nature, tradition, and culture.
When you visit Bhutan you will find yourself hundred years back where the people were simple, religious, towns were clean away from crowd and pollution, green lands, mountains and flavor of culture in every mile. Although a modern country still loves to be in the traditional cover. Bhutan received around 133,480 International visitors in 2014, so to preserve the country’s culture and nature the Government imposed a policy of low-value high-impact by applying a tariff of $250 per International tourist but this is not applicable to India, Bangladesh, & Maldives.
This tariff includes food, accommodation, official guide and transport. This Buddhist land has many untold surprises, this a place where you cannot smoke but can drink alcohol, there are no traffic signal lights, no health clinics, here rice is red, and they love chilies in food.
Ample of reasons to visit this amazing place once in a lifetime, if you want to experience peace, the serenity of nature, adventure, pure culture, love and warmth of a country then must visit Bhutan. A land where the happiness of people is prime for its Government, where prosperity is not money but Gross National Happiness is most important. So if you ever get a chance to visit Bhutan then it is for sure you will want to stay there forever. A lot to discover a lot to be explored this place has so much for its people. Bhutan is a beautiful destination with numerous reasons to visit and explore the hidden world of happiness.