Referred as the Land of Thunder Dragons, Bhutan, a remote Buddhist country is known for its century old monastery, massive fortress and breathtaking landscapes from high mountains to sub tropical plains and valleys. Located in the southern slopes of the Himalayas, sandwiched between the Tibet Autonomous Region in the south and India to the west and […]Read more "Trekking in Bhutan – Guidelines"
Located in the Cliffside of the upper Paro valley, in Bhutan 10 kilometers to the north hanging on a steep cliff at 3,120 meters (10,240 ft), about 900 meters (3,000 ft) the Paro Taktsang Monastery “Tiger’s Nest” is a well-known Himalayan Buddhist sacred site and a temple complex. Build in 1692, the 17th century old Tiger’s Nest Monastery is the most sacred […]Read more "Paro Taktsang – The Tiger’s Nest"
Bhutan a tiny and remote Buddhist country sandwiched between the mighty China and India is known for its monasteries, fortress and impressive topography from subtropical plains to steep mountains and valley. Bhutan the Land of dragon is still regarded as the last Shangri-La because of its prehistoric and artistically rich Buddhist monasteries and remote mountain terrains. […]Read more "9 Interesting Facts About Bhutan."