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The Himalayan Kingdom of Bhutan is a place worth visiting. North east India, Nepal and Bhutan form the famous eastern Himalayan circuit. From the Indian border the near tropical southern is at an altitude of 300 meters and the land rises to over 7000 meters peaks of the Himalaya in the north. Bhutan is one of the most beautiful countries of the Himalayan region with sparse population, small and beautiful destination. This Kingdom is a peaceful country with traditional values. Till date the respect for the royal family and awareness among common citizen for the environment exists and they are all religious minded. This Kingdom is the world's last Mahayana Buddhist Kingdom in the world. The country has preserved its cultures and traditions all these years. The magnificent views of mountain ranges, its architecture is imposing, its art is superb and it gives the guest the pleasure of the tour.

Nepal and Bhutan are the two neighboring countries which is assessable from Siliguri and has never been conquered or ruled by another foreign power. The northern part of Bhutan is glaciated mountain peaks with an extremely cold temperature. Bhutan as a country is least populated and most of the area is assessable only by road. The Himalayan range in this part of the world is over 23000 feet / 7000 meters. The highest point is the Kula Kangri at an elevation of 24780 feet / 7553 meters. The black Mountains in form a watershed between two major river systems namely the Mo Chhu and the Drangme Chhu and these rivers have carved out deep gorges in the lower mountain areas. The other rivers are Torsa, Raidak, Sankosh and Manas. The country is known as the Land of the Thunder Dragon. Driving past the ancient forts, well adorned monasteries, Chorten dotting the landscape, fluttering flags, prayer wheels turned by swift water of mountain streams are unforgettable experience especially in Bhutan. 

Monsoon are severe yet enjoyable due to the greenery around. Winters are long summers shorter with heavy rainfall and snowfall in the northern part. Guest enjoying winters can visit from November to March is brilliant due to the clear sky and the chilling cold. Spring and autumn are the best season to visit Bhutan. Generally, October - November and April – mid - June are the best times to visit as rainfall is at the minimum and temperatures are conducive.


Tags: Thimpu, Bumthang, Paro, Punakha, Phuentsholing, Samdrup Jongkhar, Haa, Wangdue Phodrang, Trongsa, Mongar
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