Red Panda in Bhutan Forests
It may be adventure or pilgrimage or sight-seeing, Bhutan is one of the choicest locations to go along with your family. The pleasant and healthy environment of Bhutan with warm, cool climate across it terrains with lots of trees, and animals gives you chance to be much closer with nature!

Gangkhar Pnensum (Source: Wikipedia)

You are near top most places on earth which are never explored. The Bhutan’s Gangkhar Puensum highest peak mountain is never climbed by any mountaineer till now. It’s elevation is 7570 meters above sea level.

Situated in Himalayas with rich biodiversity, with peaks higher than 7000 meters above the sea level, the South Asian country Bhutan climate varies with elevation with all year-round snow in the North Bhutan.

Snowfall in Bhutan

Snowfall in Bhutan (Source: Wikipedia)

Population with over 7 Lakh, the country is an “Inspiration and role model on how economies and different countries can address climate change while at same time improving the life of a citizen”, says head of United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC).

plants and animals

Plants and animals

Bhutan is place for more than 11000 species of plants and animals. Takin- Bhutan national animal, Himalayan Marmot, Himalayan Black Bear, Bengal tiger, Clouded Leopard, Red Panda, Squirrel, Deers, and many more. (Source:

Great Buddha Dordenma in mountains of Bhutan

Great Buddha Dordenma in mountains of Bhutan (Source: Wikipedia)

The country with majority Buddhist population has deep-rooted religious connections with India, as Buddhism prevailed in India as Lord Buddha lived his life in India.

Bhutan is hailed as a model for proactive environment conservation initiatives by Swiss-based International Union for Conservation of Nature. The country has decided to keep more than 60% of its land under forest cover. That’s great, isn’t it?

Over 1 Lakh foreign tourists visit every year and there was brief lull during COVID-19 pandemic. Now it is open. Bhutan charges a daily sustainable fee of US$200 for all nationals, except Indians. Indians are allowed to pay 1200 INR, and get permit to enter Bhutan.

Indians don’t need a Visa to travel to Bhutan. They can enter Bhutan with Indian passport (having validity of 6 months) and/or Voter Identity card issued by Election commission of India.

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You can plan your trip to Bhutan by visiting ( ) and book your package. For Indians, Indian rupee is valid in Bhutan.