The name Bhutan appears to derive from the ancient Indian term Bhotanta that means the end of the land of the Bhots. Bhot was the Sanskrit term for Tibetans, thus Bhutan could mean the end of the land of Tibet. The Bhutanese themselves refer to their country as Druk Yul or the Land of the Peaceful Dragon.
The kingdom offers many opportunities to explore; from ancient monasteries to beautiful valleys, from cultural mask dance to great Himalayan region and much more. Here too, are treks in a mountainous wilderness and here too, are festivals as colourful as any artist’s palette and alive with traditional chants & dancing. The impossible monasteries like Taktsang and the unspoiled green grandeur of the country have still to be discovered. Throughout the centuries, the Bhutanese have treasured their natural environment and have looked upon it as the source of all life. You will discover in the Thunder Dragon Kingdom of Bhutan, true mystical bliss enveloped in its natural splendour. This Himalayan paradise is still wrapped in a time, recollected by many as “those good old days”.


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