The Kingdom of Bhutan on the Himalayas is a magical land. A nation located in the heart of Eastern Himalayas, Bhutan is endowed with major biodiversity. It is among the globally outstanding ecoregions of the world.
Any tourism in Bhutan brings one closer to the almighty Nature. A happy nation that prides itself with the philosophy of Gross National Happiness, tourism in Bhutan is about lovely forest hikes, day long treks and opportunities for being overawed by the majestic Himalayas and biodiversity across national parks. The kind of purity one experiences in Bhutan can be ascertained by the fact that Bhutan is not only carbon neutral but also absorbs more than its share of emission. Among the more popular adventure tourism trails in Bhutan are Jhomolhari Base Camp Trek, Snowman Trek, and Masagang trek among others.
The primary locations of tourism in Bhutan are in its capital Thimphu. Another major destination is the city of Paro, located near India. Any visit to Bhutan gets one to experience religious tourism at Buddhist monasteries and also ethno-cultural tourism through unique folk cultures of the people of Bhutan. It is also gaining popularity as a honeymoon tourism.
Eco-tourism is probably the most prevalent form of tourism in Bhutan. Some of the most unique species found here are the golden langur, Bengal tiger, clouded leopard, hispid hare, blue sheep, marmot, Tibetan wolf, Himalayan musk deer and the takin, Bhutan’s national animal, among others.
The diversity of avian species in Bhutan is equally rich with more than 770 types of birds. Along with it there are some 5,400 species of flora.
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