About Bhutan

Bhutan is a landlocked country in South Asia. It is a country with a monarchy system. Bhutan borders China to the north and India to the east, south, and west, like Nepal. It is separated from Nepal by Sikkim, one of India's Himalayan states. And to the south, it borders Assam. Thimpu is the capital city of Bhutan, and it is the largest city of it. Bhutan is a country with special rules for tourism. It is a Buddhist country where Vajrayana Buddhism has been dominant. Bhutan's king is known as Druk  Gyalpo (Thunder Dragon). The geographical condition of Bhutan is subtropical to the south and sub-alpine Himalayan Mountains to the north. There are some mountains with a height above 7000 meters.

Bhutan is a biodiversity country with multi-culture and different temperatures. The people from low land are with Nepali culture, and the language and people from the mountain region are more like Tibetan with Buddhist culture. Bhutan is reaching for the wildlife with rare golden langur, Bengal tiger, clouded leopard, Ghoral, Himalayan black bear, red panda, bore, grey langur, takin, marmot, and many more…and 770 species of birds have been recorded in Bhutan. More than 5400 types of vegetation are found here.

There are no UNESCO heritage sites, but many tourist activities are in Bhutan; cultural tours, monasteries, cycling tours, sightseeing tours, parks, river adventures, and short and long trekking are in Bhutan. There are some entertainment packages also in the Bhutan trip program. Bhutan is one of the most expensive countries for visitors to preserve its nature and its culture of it. Not many tourists visit Bhutan, so it is a peaceful and less crowded place for your frolic holidays. Visiting Bhutan from Nepal is more accessible and better for the budget than visiting directly from some other countries; for this cause also, it can be best to buy a Bhutan package from Nepal. Frolic Adventure offers you any Bhutan trip at a reasonable cost and the best service.