Bhutan, known as the “Land of the Thunder Dragon” is an enchanting Himalayan landlocked country in South Asia. The Kingdom of Bhutan is one of the world’s most beautiful and mysterious places where you can explore ancient culture and traditions, majestic monasteries, beautiful landscapes, magnificent architecture, snow-capped mountains, diverse ecosystem of Floras and Faunas and so on. Bhutan stretches from subtropical valleys and plains to snow-capped mountain ranges which make it the best place to trek through valleys, steep mountains to visit ancient architecture, monasteries, and Buddhists temple. Bhutan is rich in culture where a maximum number of people follow the Buddhist religion. Hinduism is the second dominant religion of Bhutan.
Bhutan has now become one of the ultimate tourist destination. Taktshang Goemba, a temple built on the edge of a cliff in Paro, is one of the ten famous temples all over the world, a holy place for Buddhist people from where tourists can see a spectacular scene of the Paro Valley. Trashi Chhoe Dzong, a famous Buddhism temple, is the administrative center of Thimphu built in the 13th century. Punakha Dzong, the most beautiful Dzongs in Bhutan, where numerous Buddhist manuscripts, religious paintings and colorful portraits of famous religious celebrities are collected here. Many festivals are held in several dzongs and goombas throughout the year. Punakha Tshechu and Drubchen, one of the most popular festivals in Bhutan, which is the only festival that reenacts the 1634 Battle of the Five Lamas. Black-Necked Crane is an endangered species that come to the Phobjikha Valley every winter, is celebrated by the Bhutanese annually with the Black-Necked Crane Festival which is intended to bring awareness to the bird’s importance. The Gom Kora is a beautifully constructed temple covered with Buddhist carvings. Besides these you can enjoy golfing, biking, river rafting and kayaking in Bhutan.