Welcome to Bhutan

The land of happiness

If traveling is what you love and venturing out to a place significant to seamless nature is what you desire, Bhutan is undeniably the option to add to your list. The tiny Himalayan nation offers you world’s most original itinerant experiences. Celebrated as the Druk-yul (the land of the thunder dragon), Bhutan has features world has yet discover. Embellished with snow- capped mountains, pristine rivers and streams, Bhutan also boasts of varieties of flora and fauna, among which are many endangered species in the world. One feature Bhutan is synonymous with is the globally famed philosophy of the Gross National Happiness (GNH).
This identity marks Bhutan as the only country in the world, which compliments people’s happiness along with the Gross Domestic Product. Over the years, GNH has garnered inspiration to many nations in the world. Buddhism is the most prevailing religion here, followed by Hinduism. In the recent times, Christianity has picked up. The constitution of the country allows the people freedom to choose their religion. With the visionary nurture and virtuous efforts of His Majesty the Fourth King of the country, the tiny nation embarked into the democratic leadership in 2008. With its second parliament elections in 2013, Bhutan is one of the youngest democracies in the world. The country that shied away from the world few decades ago is maintains a consistent and considerable growth in economy today. It has opened up to the world, more so with the democratic culture now. A travel to this exclusive and exotic nation, which is also known as the last Shangri-La, is a MUST!

Gross National Happiness


For several decades now, Bhutan’s development has been guided by the philosophy of Gross National Happiness (GNH). It started in 1972. It goes beyond the concept of sustainable development and rather accentuates the concept of contentment and happiness. Although it is inevitable Bhutanese strive for economic development in order to acquire greater status and wealth, what makes Bhutan exceptional is the common understanding to nurture everything that is Bhutanese. Meanwhile, Bhutan is the first and only country in the world to have a government pronouncement the GNH as more important than the Gross Domestic Product (GDP). Conceived by our Fourth...

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Getting into Bhutan

The Kingdom of Bhutan remained largely cut off from the rest of the world up until the early 1960’s. Entering the...

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Tour Guides

There are over 1000 licensed and active tour guides working in the country. In order to ensure that visitors receive high...

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A wide variety of accommodation is available ranging from luxurious 5-star hotels to cozy little hotels and homestays in traditional Bhutanese...

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