Cradled in the deep folds of the Himalayan mountains, very little is known of Bhutan. To most people, it is a hidden kingdom shrouded in mystery.
Today, when most parts of the world have seen a surge in tourist numbers, Bhutan continues to follow a policy of regulated tourism in order to safeguard the country’s natural environment, rich cultural heritage and unique of life of its people. This has made Bhutan one of the least travelled and most exclusive destinations in the world.
So we invite you to travel to Bhutan and unravel the wonders of this Himalayan Kingdom. Come and experience, for yourself, this land of land of breathtaking beauty, vibrant living culture and warm hospitality of the Bhutanese people with Bhutan Lha-Yul Tours & Travels.
Visiting Bhutan - Channel 5 News, United States
Tour bhutan and experience the wonder of Bhutan,the himalayan kingdom with wonderful people, exotic culture, beautiful scenary. This popular video was produced by Ted Henry's for Channel 5 News and broadcasted in the United States. This video includes views of the Managing Director of Bhutan Lhayul Tours & Travels.
Travel arrangement for Ted to visit bhutan was organized by bhutan lhayul tours & travels. You too can experience this wonderful kingdom with us and enjoy the bhutanese hospatility.
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Travelogue on Bhutan by Hob Osterlund
Here is a story about Hob's special experience to Bhutan: "I have come to Bhutan with a group of seven adventurous friends to travel and trek the Druk Path and to experience the mysterious culture of this place. Drawn to the high mountain passes where prayer flags are planted in auspicious locations & where invocations are heard best by the gods and goddesses of the Himalayas, all of us have our own list of prayer requests for our challenged world, and are eager to set these prayers free. "
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tigers nest, Paro, Bhutan
"It's easy to like the Bhutan-ese at once. For example, we are told by two Bhutan immigration officials that our group travel visa expired last week. As we explain our itinerary, one official smiles and shrugs, saying something we will hear many more times in Bhutan - 'What can you do?' He extends our legal time in Bhutan with a proper stamp and without a fee."
"Gradually I notice another subtler, equally magnificent quality - the sweet, unassuming silence. No traffic on the ground or in the air, no leaf blowers, and blessed be, no car stereos. In fact, the Paro, Bhutan airport parking lot has exactly 12 cars. 'Listen to that', we whisper to each other. There is literally nothing to hear except the wind and the birds and our lowered voices. Considering myself an aficionado, often a hunter, of quiet, I am now officially in heaven."
More on the Bhutan travel article written by Ms. Hob from Hawaii who visited Bhutan. " Gratitude in the Himalayas, Kingdom of Bhutan ".
A Royal View - This article reflects the first interview Her Majesty Ashi Dorji Wangmo Wangchuck, the queen of Bhutan has granted a Western journalist. Ms Hob has had the good fortune to make many trips to Bhutan. A big believer in Gross National Happiness, she wants millions of people to have the word "Bhutan" on their smiling lips. Please feel free to contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org about Bhutan LhaYul Tours & Travels, or contact Ms. Hob's travel planner Mrs. Tshering Pem at email@example.com
Experience the beautiful flora and fauna of Bhutan
Bhutan has a rich diversity of flora and fauna. Blessed with unparalleled scenic beauty of majestic snow capped peaks, lush valleys and large tracts of virgin forest, Bhutan is home to numerous rare and endangered species of wildlife such as the blue sheep, musk deer, red panda, snow leopard, black bear, golden langur and the unique Takin, the national animal of Bhutan. The endangered Black Necked Cranes also migrate to Bhutan from Central Asia during the winter.
Bhutan 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. Bhutan's eco-system has some of the most exotic species of the Eastern Himalayas with an estimated 770 species of birds and over 50 species of rhododendron, along with an amazing variety of medicinal plants and orchids.
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