Bhutan is bounded by Tibetan regions of China in the north and sweltering plains of India in the south. This mountainous kingdom is well defined by Last Shangri-La or Land of the Thunder Dragon. The signifcant features of Bhutan vary from climatic conditions ranging from the sub-tropical to the cold reaches of the almost 25,000 ft of the Tibetan border.
Today when almost all parts of the world has seen a surge in tourist numbers, Bhutan has continued to followed a policy of regulated tourism in order to safeguard the country's natural environment, rich cultural heritage and the unique way of life for its people. Making Bhutan one of the least travelled countries in the world.
Come explore and unravel the untouched wonders of Bhutan for yourself. Snow-capped mountains, emerald green landscapes, fascinating wildlife and gentle people all await you. Experience the hospitality of the Bhutan with Tour Nepalia.