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About BHUTAN

Bhutan's climate ranges from tropical in the south, to temperate in the center of the country, to cold in the north...and like much of your adventure in the Himalayas, it will be quite unpredictable. In the Thimphu and Paro valleys, the winter daytime temperature averages 60 degrees Fahrenheit during clear winter days but drops well below freezing during the night. Mid December to early January can be a beautifully clear and dry time in Western Bhutan. Late December through mid February is the period of heaviest snow fall in the higher elevations


Bhutan is a landlocked south Asian country located at the eastern end of the Himalaya Mountains and is bordered to the Republic of India to the south east and west and People’s Republic of China to the north. It is best known as Druk Yul means Thunder Dragon Kingdom, a truly mystical bliss developed in its natural splendor. Protected by the mighty Himalayas from rest of the world and enriched by the Drukpa Kagyu school of Buddhism, Bhutan has managed to remain shrouded deeply in a jealously guarded isolation.

Facts and Figures

Land area: 38,394 Sq.Km

Forest area: 72.5 %

Altitude: between 240metres and 7541metres above sea level

Inhabitants: 634,982

Language: official language “Dzongkha”, English widely spoken.

Religion: Vajrayana stream of Mahayana Buddhism (Also known as Tantric Buddhism)

Currency: Ngultrum (equal to Indian Rupee)

Capital: Thimphu

National Tree: Cypress

National Bird: Raven

National Flower: Blue Poppy

CLIMATE:

Bhutan's climate ranges from tropical in the south, to temperate in the center of the country, to cold in the north...and like much of your adventure in the Himalayas it will be quite unpredictable. In the Thimphu and Paro valleys, the winter daytime temperature averages 60 degrees Fahrenheit during clear winter days but drops well below freezing during the night. Mid December to early January can be a beautifully clear and dry time in Western Bhutan. Late December through mid February is the period of heaviest snowfall in the higher elevations.


The rich Himalayan flora and fauna, dazzling white peaks and lush valleys provide Bhutan’s stunning beauty and aesthetic grandeur. It has gently opened its door to the visitors who respect the delicate sensitivities of this pristine land and shares the sacred values of its people. Bhutanese architecture in Dzongs, buildings and houses are very striking. Paro, Thimpu and Wangdiphodrang are the main destination in Bhutan. Those fortunate enough to visit Bhutan describe it as a unique, deeply spiritual and mystical experience.