Bhutan or Dryk Yal (Land of thunder dragon) is situated between Tibet – China and India, it is land lock small kingdom in eastern Himalaya. It has total 38,394 square kilometer area with some high peaks above 7000m; this country has constitutional monarchy with Buddhism as the state religion. Geographically Bhutan is very beautiful country with many green hills and high land and Thimpu is the capital town of this kingdom. This small Buddhist kingdom has many aspects related with ancient Buddhism; there are hundreds of monuments and monasteries connected with spiritual significances.
The Bhutanese have treasured their natural environment as it is seen as a source of all life and the abode of the Gods and spirits. Buddhism has been the predominant religion since the 7th century and has inculcated deeply the value that all forms of sentient life, not just human life, are precious and sacred. Given such a prevailing ethos which respects the natural environment. It is not surprising that the Bhutanese have lived in harmony with nature and that the nation has its environment still pristine and intact today. The country has been identified as one of the 10 bio-diversity hot spots in the world and as one of the 221 global endemic bird areas. Its ecosystems harbors some of the eastern Himalayas with an estimated 770 spices of birds and over 50 species of Rhododendron, besides an astonishing variety of medical plants and orchids. Bhutan also has a rich wildlife with animals like the Takin, Snow Leopard, Golden Langur, Blue Sheep, Tiger, Water Buffalo and Elephant. Once we plan Bhutan tour it is better to include; Tiger’s Nest Monastery, Hike to Kurjey, Jambay and Tamshing Lhakhang, Kila Gomba ,Singye Drak, Mebar Tsho, Trongsa Dzong and the Ancient Watch Tower, Tang Valley Excursion, Tango Monastery & Chari Pilgrimage, Kichu lhakhang, Sengye Drak, Punakha Dzong, Tashi Choe Dzong and Kharchu Monastery on Bhutan part.