Why You Should Take A Bhutan Tour At Least Once In Your Life

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Why You Should Take A Bhutan Tour At Least Once In Your Life

To breathe in the fresh air of the Himalayas, look up at clear azure blue skies and experience a peaceful quality holiday in the ‘land of Happiness’ where happiness matters more than your material content, Bhutan is the perfect place to be. Here’s Why You Should Take A Bhutan Tour At Least Once In Your Life.

1.Happiness Matters.
A place where happiness is measured! Can you believe that? Bhutan is the only country to measure GNH or Gross National Happiness as an indicator of its prosperity. Visiting a place like that makes you feel good and rejuvenates your soul.

2. You Don’t Need A Visa.
Well, if you’re from India, you don’t need a visa to travel through a different country. Though, you do need a permit, which you can easily get in Phuentsholing. On a normal permit, you get to visit three destinations- Thimphu, Paro and Punakha and you can get around Phuentsholing as much as you want, without any permit.

3.The Oh So Beautiful Natural Wonders!
Visiting and exploring Bhutan can be a wonderful experience, something you will never forget. The salubrious climate, the breathtaking views, and the majestic monasteries may seem a cliched way to describe the beauty of Bhutan, but each word used for this gorgeous country is in its purest form. If you wish to slow down your fast-paced city life and relish a moment or two in the lap of Himalayas, Bhutan is the place for you!

4.Chillies and Cheese? Yes Please!
Bhutan is a place where Chillies are not just an ingredient, it’s the most important part of the dish. A place where the rice is red, and their national dish, Ema Datshi, is a fiery blend of green chillies smothered in cheese. If you are a chilli lover you’re going to love this dish.

5.A cultural saga.
Bhutan is a place where you can find a number of Buddhist monasteries and even the capital city, Thimphu, still has its ancient look intact. Yes, one can find the multi-storied buildings, some in fact too high for the city but a majority of them done in traditional Bhutanese architectural style. The only capital city, without any traffic lights.



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