Bhutan is known for its stunning landscapes, unique culture, and commitment to environmental conservation

Its unique approach to governance, prioritizing happiness, and commitment to environmental conservation has made it a notable and respected nation globally.

Bhutan has strict regulations on tourism to preserve its culture and environment. Tourists must pay a daily fee to visit the country, ensuring a high-value, low-impact approach to tourism.

Where to go

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  • Hike to the Taktsang Tiger’s Nest Monastery
  • Visit the 108 memorial chortens on the Dochula Pass
  • Enjoy gentle nature walks in the Bhutanese countryside
  • Watch rare black-necked cranes in the Phobjikha Valley
  • Explore Bhutan’s vibrant temples, monasteries and dzongs

Where to stay

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