The Bhutan Tour is a travel adventure to one of the remote places of Himalayas known as “The Lost Shangrila”. Bhutan is one of the ancient kingdom of Himalayas that have their original state and civilization similar to Tibet. The Himalayan state like Tibet and Bhutan are called the “roof of the world” due to their location in the high elevation regions. Bhutan is one of those civilizations of the world that is perfect, bright, wonderful, normal, untouched and untainted from modern day civilization. Bhutan is the region of traditional ancient civilization following their own solitary religion, culture, ritual and society found nowhere in the world. Today Bhutan is still living in their traditional lifestyle and religion giving the message that they are one of the ancient kingdom of the world. The Bhutan is the only country in the world where chilies are utilized as vegetables and it is a popular vegetable food in Bhutan. Bhutan is listed in UNESCO World Heritage Site for its ancient civilization and one of the ancient festival of Bhutan known as the Mask dance of the drums from Drametse is registered in the UNESCO Cultural Heritage List.
Bhutan is the legendary kingdom of Himalaya that is bordered by China, India and Nepal known as Kingdom of Thunder Dragons. The main religion of Bhutan is Buddhism and region encased in the myths and legends of rulers, divine beings, society and antiquated customary society. The remoteness of Himalayan region along with its no contact with rest of the world has made Bhutan a favored place of living arrangement of Gods, myths, legends and legendary society. The traditional culture of Bhutan is brimming with red-dress ministers, antique Buddhist havens, clean towns, pristine nature and untouched civilization from current human advancement. Bhutan has its own diverse culture that separates it from rest of the world that says national harmony is valued more than money which is glorified by their national symbol of Thunder Dragon Druk.
The popular tourist center and destination of Bhutan are Thimphu, the beautiful Punakha Valley, antique religious community of Gangte Goemba, old Jambay Temple, and astonishing Tiger’s Nest Monastery e.t.c. Beside that there are eight other region in Bhutan that are under UNESCO World Heritage Site due to its antiqueness and historical importance since 2012. They are Ancient Ruin of Drukgyel Dzong, Bumdeling Wildlife Sanctuary, Jigme Dorji National Park Royal Manas National Park, Sakteng Wildlife Sanctuary, Tamzhing Monastery e.t.c.