Mysterious country of Bhutan nowadays represents the ancient traditions of Buddhism, breath-taking landscapes of the Himalayas and numerous monasteries and historical monuments. Bhutan had opened its doors to the foreign visitors only about 30 years ago, and it differs from its neighbors India and Tibet with its almost total isolation from the rest of the world and, due to that, the special atmosphere that you may find only in this country.
The local dwellers are walking around the streets in the vivid and unusual clothes, ancient monasteries are towering above the cities and the picturesque Himalayas attract the visitors attention with their stunning beauty.
All the visitors are offered to enjoy the unusual exotic atmosphere of Bhutan, visit the sacred places of Buddhism, climb the Himalayas and experience the Tibetan medicine in the local spa-centers of the country.
One of the main tourist destinations of Bhutan is the capital of the country, the city of Thimphu, which is considered a perfect ancient example of the local ancient architecture, customs and traditions that may be felt just in the every corner of the city.
Another significant local sightseeing is the Tiger s Nest of Bhutan, which is considered the main sacred spot of the country. The place is situated on the height of about 900 meters and represents a complex of seven temples, monks dwellings and a waterfall.
Besides that, Bhutan is a proud owner of ten national parks and natural zones that form the major part of the whole country s territory. More than 100 of different animals species and about 250 birds species are dwelling on their territories. The most varied safari trips are offered to the country s visitors, so that it s possible to observe the local wildlife and its dwellers in their natural habitat.
Bhutan also offers its foreign visitors varied tourist entertainments, like rafting, trekking, safari tours and different hiking tours of different duration. Numerous theme festivals are also held in the country during the whole year and attracting the visitors from all over the world.