At one end you have mountains towering high up to the sky and on the other have rolling valleys in a beautiful composition of serenity that is food for your soul. You can explore its Nature Parks and view typical Himalayan flora and fauna; you can go trekking and undertake adventure activities, or you can spend a half-day in a monastery to soothe and calm your spirits.
The mountainous geography and wide range of climatic conditions have shaped the people’s ways of life. Bhutan is a trekker’s paradise and an environmentalist’s dream. With 72 percent of the country under forest cover, Bhutan’s pristine ecology is home to rare and endangered flora and fauna. This sacred land is the last bastion of the Vajrayana school of Mahayana Buddhism, which provides the essence of a unique identity for the 750,000 people. Untouched by rampant development, Bhutan affords today’s visitor the chance to experience an intact and thriving culture. The people are open, friendly and genuinely welcome visitors as valued guests, (rather than guests of value).