Nepal Travel Experts Pvt. Ltd.
Thamel, Kathmandu, Nepal
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Covering an area of 38,394 square kilometers, Bhutan is a small mountainous kingdom located in the eastern Himalaya Mountains south of China. Bhutan's landscape is mostly mountainous with some fertile valleys and savanna. Bhutan is today slowly opening up to the world through a sensitive approach to tourism.You can now discover the cultural and natural wonders of this last remaining Mahayana Buddhist Kingdom of the Himalaya. Here is a kingdom that is just throwing off the veil of mystery, and opening its doors to visitors. Bhutan is possibly the only region in the world that provides a habitat such the mythical snow leopard and mighty tiger traverse, including other rare and endangered species like the takin, red panda and golden langur. With a rich ecological range of tropical lowlands to alpine meadows, Bhutan harbours an immense diversity of plants and animals that places it among the top ten countries in the world in terms of species density.
The highlights of Bhutan are as below:
Area: 38,394 km²
Population: 760,000 inhabitants (in 2015)
Official Language: Dzongkha, a language closely related to Tibetan and Nepali
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