Bhutan is a stunning country where you can enjoy the full beauty of the Himalayan landscape. Be in awe as you see its snow-capped peaks rise majestically over shadowy gorges cloaked in primeval forests. Look closer and you’ll spot majestic fortress-like dzongs and monasteries. However, despite its tradition and medieval architecture, Bhutan is by no means a backward country. The country beautifully blends its traditional Buddhist faith with technology so don’t be surprise if you see monks checking their smartphones after performing prayers. 
If you’re looking for a destination where you can escape the hustle and bustle of city traffic and pollution and instead envelope yourself with mother nature, then Bhutan is for you. This green country is a big advocate of environmental protection because its laws stipulate that at least 60 per cent of the country must remain forested for all future generations. This means you will have plenty of opportunity to enjoy forest hikes and bird spotting at its national parks. And if you’re lucky you may even spot some blue poppies and stunning spring rhododendron blooms which this country is famous for. 
There are also plenty of markets to pick up textiles and handicrafts. 
Bhutan is a unique – in every sense of the word. Here, not only does happiness hold more value than wealth, but you’ll find the rice is red and chilies aren't just a seasoning but also the main dish. The Bhutanese pride themselves on a sustainable approach to tourism in line with their philosophy of Gross National Happiness. This means foreign visitors famously pay a minimum tariff of US$250 per day. This may initially appear to be a pricy destination; however, the fee includes accommodation, food, transport and an official guide.

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