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Bhutan means the land of Dragon known as DRUK. The Land of the Thunder Dragon is one of the most beautiful yet remote and inaccessible countries in the world. The Kingdom of Bhutan, almost exactly the same size as Switzerland, set on the eastern ridges of the mighty Himalaya and sandwiched between Tibet and India, Bhutan is a dream destination. Altitudes in the far south range from 300 to 1370 meters and central region range from 120 meters in the east around. Mountains in Bhutan are magnificent, its forests are dense, its architecture is imposing, and its art is superb. Most striking of all is the role of religion: Bhutan is the only country in the world devoted to the Tantric form of Mahayana Buddhism and the influence of the red-robed Lamas is visible at every turn. The Buddhist faith plays a fundamental role in the cultural, ethical and sociological development of Bhutan and its people. Bhutan has found the perfect balance between the cultural and traditional and now though it is making tremendous developments in all sectors, it also manages to hold onto its unique identity that makes it unlike any other country in the world with a population of just over 0.7 million.
Trekking in Bhutan
Bhutan offers the most unique ways of trekking in the Himalayas. Amongst the superb trekking holidays that make the most of Bhutan's spectacular landscape are the short and sweet DRUK Path trek, from Paro to capital Thimpu, and the breathless High Passes of Lunana adventure on scant trails that ranks amongst the world's toughest treks. Explore local culture and shop for beautiful textiles and handicrafts in Thimpu, Bhutan's delightful capital. Mingle with admiring beauties and baffling puzzles is the major source of attracting visitors. It has long been inaccessible for many travelers and still it reserves the number of visitor in limited amount. As a result its well-preserved cultures and traditions, the magnificent views of mountain ranges give you the outstanding pleasure to your hard gain holidays