Bhutan, a captivating landlocked country in South Asia located between China and India, boasts a rich tapestry of awe-inspiring architecture. Thimphu, the capital city of Bhutan, stands as a fascinating destination to travel because of its ancient and fascinating history and architecture. The Kyichu Lhakhang Temple is the largest and oldest temple in the history of Bhutan. The valley is bordered on all sides by stunning natural scenery, both in terms of its vegetation and its animals. It is widely thought that the Kyichu Lhakhang is a statue of Sakyamuni, an eight-year-old Buddha of historical significance. You can explore several Buddhist writings and monuments.
Bhutan is also referred to as "Druk Yul," which translates to "Land of the Thunder Dragon’ which signifies the cultural and historical significance of Bhutan. In Bhutanese mythology, the dragon means the power and independence of the country.
Bhutan is becoming a Popular Tourist Destination due its abundance of fascinating activities that can be experienced there. Bhutan also retains a great number of mysteries, both in its natural landscape and in its more tranquil cities and villages. There are 21 mountain peaks in the Himalayan Region of Bhutan that are higher than 7,000 meters above sea level. Gangkhar Puensum is the highest mountain in Bhutan and is the highest mountain in the world that has not been climbed yet.
The Tourism Industry is an important element for the economy in Bhutan. The government has developed a strategy of “high - value, low- impact” tourism to protect the distinctive environment and Culture of Bhutan. According to the Tourism Policy of Bhutan, travelers require a daily fee from the visitors which includes accommodation, food, transportation and a guide. The number of visitors are strictly maintained to prevent overcrowding, preserve natural resources and cultural heritages from being overtaxed.
Spring (March -May) is considered to be the Best Time to Visit Bhutan as the valleys come alive with vibrant flowers, pleasant weather and clearer skies. Whereas, June to August is considered off-season due to heaving rainfall which makes travel less of an option.
The Himalayan Takin is one of the endangered animals that can be found in the Himalayas of Bhutan. Bhutan is a land of humble people, mysterious legends, old monasteries, emerald-green scenery, and breathtaking views of holy peaks and unspoilt nature.
The one-of-a-kindness of this fairytale country can be attributed to the enthralling cultural history, the traditional garb, and the strongholds that are painted white. For many generations, no one from the outside world has been able to reach the small kingdom that is located in the eastern Himalayas. But these days, Bhutan is regarded as one of the world's Most Exotic Travel Destinations, and it is home to some of the finest Places to visit in Bhutan where tourists may relax and enjoy their time off.
In spite of the fact that the number of tourists visiting almost every part of the world has increased in recent years, Bhutan has maintained its policy of regulatory tourism in order to preserve the country's natural environment, its extensive cultural heritage, and the one-of-a-kind way of life for its people. As a result, Bhutan is consistently ranked among the world's least visited countries. Thimphu, Paro, Punakha, Bhumthang, Gangtey, are some of the popular Tourist Places in Bhutan.
Come Travel to Bhutan for yourself and experience the unexplored delights it has to offer. You will find yourself surrounded by snow-capped, emerald green landscapes, fascinating fauna, and kind people. Footprint Adventure will assist you in traversing into the vibrant world that is steeped in hidden mystery in order to make your trip to Bhutan an experience that you will never forget.