Bhutan, the last Shangri La is the sole surviving Himalayan Buddhist Kingdom.

Well not exactly in India but still it could be reached by road only from India and the fact that Indian National do not need to pay $250 daily tourism fee or get the visa, we couldn’t resist but add this as one of the best places for summer holidays in India. Even if you are a foreign national, you would love to read on!
Wedged between India and China, Bhutan is remote and pristine destination where the ancient Buddhist tradition is still preserved.  Held separate by the formidable mountains, this Himalayan Kingdom also referred to as the ‘last Shangri La’ is perhaps the only country where developed is measured not by GDP but Gross Domestic Happiness.
Tourism in Bhutan is unique and the Bhutanese pride themselves on a sustainable, ecofriendly approach.
Druk Yul, ‘the land of thunder dragon’ as it is locally referred to, the essence of Bhutan lies in its traditions, Buddhist culture, unspoiled landscapes and absence of ‘crowd’ tourism. It is also one of few last places in the world where Tantric Tibetan Buddhism, with temples of florid and lamas in maroon robes chanting to ancient instruments still survives intact.
Tourism in Bhutan is strictly regulated with government’s emphasis on “High Value, Low Impact Tourism.” There’s a hefty daily package for tourist (except from India, Bangladesh and Maldives) and the tourist visas must be initialized by a government authorized tour operator in Bhutan.

Things to do in Bhutan –

Taktsang Palphug Monastery in Paro, also known as the Tiger’s Nest is a prominent prominent Himalayan Buddhist sacred site and temple complex.
Combining the sanskrit word for peace (Aman) with the Dzongkha word for circumambulation (Kora), Amankora is was the first foreign brand allowed to build hotels in Bhutan. The group has chains of luxury lodges across this Himalayan kingdom.

Bhutan Tours from India

A vivid landscape and even more vivid people greet you as you come to Bhutan. This small country nestled in the lap of the Himalayas is a visual treat. Bhutan tours are a great option if you happen to be touring India’s North Eastern states like Sikkim, Tripura, Assam, or Arunachal Pradesh. There are plenty of stunning monasteries all over Bhutan since the nation is largely Buddhist. In addition, there is breathtaking scenery to enjoy as the Great Himalayan Range runs along Bhutan. So do the Shivalik hills and many other prominent peaks and mountains.One can observe during Bhutan tours that the nation sports an interesting form of traditional architecture, and all buildings conform to this design pattern. This makes Bhutan uniformly beautiful and also a great place for photography with no buildings or establishments that act as eyesores. Thimphu is the capital and largest city of Bhutan. Its major tourist attractions are National Folk Heritage Museum, Trashi Chhoe Dzong, National Memorial Stupa, Textile Museum, and the Changangkha Temple. This is truly a city not to be missed.Other tourist cities to include in Bhutan itineraries are Punakha, Paro, Bumthang, Trashigang and Trongsa. When you travel to Bhutan, you can pick one of our many convenient Bhutan tour packages and have a great time.
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