Bhutan is a sovereign state located in South Asia in the lap of the eastern Himalayas between Indian and Peoples Republic of China. Most of the parts of Bhutan is still covered in thick forest and is one of the few countries in the world to have negative carbon emission. The country is also regarded as "The Last Shangri-La". The country is home to varied flora and fauna and some of the rare species of the biodiversity. The mystery of the dragon Kingdom leads to the exploration like no others. Bhutan was opened for the travelers only in the 1970 and is relatively the unexplored area of the Asia. Bhutan's isolation has resulted its culture and traditions remaining much the same for many hundreds of years.Bhutan follows the Drukpa sect of Tibetan Buddhism. The religion here is strong and its centuries-old traditional ways are still intact. The festivals, especially the masked dancers, are a powerful expression of their beliefs and the monasteries, the fortresses and the hamlets of the Bhutanese people give an insight into its not-too distant past. Travelers' to Bhutan will experience the enchantment of a pure and exotic land, through its ancient fortresses, monasteries and temples, with their imposing architecture and superb art that dot the countryside. The most popular festivals are held in Thimphu, Paro and Bumthang.The other major sightseeing destinations are, Paro Taktsang, Rinpung Dzong and Kyichu Lhakhang. Golden Langur (Monkey), Royal Bengal Tiger, Sloth bear, One-horned rhino and hispid hare are common animals found in the region.Bhutan offers various activities such as trekking, cultural tours, bird watching, fishing, a chance to witness colorful festival, archery competition etc. Classic Outdoors will prepare the suitable itinerary of your choice and as per your feasibility.
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