• National Flag of Bhutan

  • National Emblem of Bhutan

  • National Flower of Bhutan

  • National Bird of Bhutan

  • National Animal of Bhutan

Bhutan, the Land of the Thunder Dragon, is a beautiful Buddhist kingdom on the eastern region of the great Himalayas. This landlocked nation with beautiful valleys and picturesque landscape making it all the more captivating is situated in South Central Asia, bordering Tibet and the Indian states of Sikkim, West Bengal, Assam and Arunachal Pradesh. This kingdom has a rich history full of myths and legends. Since the 1970s, the government has promoted its rich cultural heritage and tourism, opening a new horizon of beauty with adventure for the world to explore yet preserving its origins. It unveils its beauty with myths as the tourists explore the beautiful sites. Bhutan sets a unique example where the modern technological world meets the old traditional heritage, holding its own place and importance. This tiny kingdom is the epitome of natural beauty, attracts a huge number of tourists from all over the world, who comes here to enjoy the pristine abode of the mighty Himalayas and the breathtaking beauty of its landscapes that the country unfurls.

It is perfect destination for adventure, culture and relaxation. There are many fascinating elements that make Bhutan a good tourist spot. This kingdom is in many ways the world’s most exclusive travel destination and is also known to the world as the Last Shangri-La. This tiny landlocked country is a home to some of the most fascinating natural beauty and historical heritage. Visiting Bhutan offers a truly authentic experience with culture that has been relatively untouched by outside influence. With towering mountains, intricate architecture, welcoming people and a philosophy steeped in the Buddhism. A trip to this Buddhist kingdom is a once in a life time experience as the tour is beautifully woven with peace and adventure, hand in hand, a destination leaving you with positive aura and peaceful mind.


Intresting facts about the Royal Kingdom of Bhutan

01The year 1974 is marked as a dawn in tourism in Bhutan.

02Tobacco is banned in Bhutan since 2004.

03The United Nations recognized Bhutan as a country in 1974.

04Bhutan is one of the leading countries in environmental conservation.

05Television and internet was banned in Bhutan until 1999.

06The literacy rate of Bhutan is 54.3% of adults and 76.2% of youth.

07The highest point in Bhutan is Kula Kangri at 7,553 m.

08Buddhism is the official religion of Bhutan with Hinduism as the second popular faith.

09Healthcare and education is free in Bhutan.

10In Bhutan, Gross National Happiness is considered an official development policy than Gross National Product.

Traveler Says!

I had a wonderful Bhutan holiday with Gemini. Thanks to their infrastructure, network facilities and excellent rapport with hotels and resorts

Madhurima Director, Earth Films, New Delhi

I had a wonderful Bhutan holiday with Gemini. Thanks to their infrastructure, network facilities and excellent rapport with hotels and resorts, we had a smooth & dreamy holiday!
Rashmi & Sameer, UP, India


Bhutan Festivals - 2015

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