Bhutan, officially known as Kingdom of Bhutan, is located on the Himalayas’ eastern edge where it borders with Tibet China and India and it is famous for its dzongs (fortresses), monasteries, and unimaginable landscapes.

Bhutan first opened its doors for tourists in 1974 when the Government of Bhutan realized the potential of tourism and began to promote its unique culture and traditions to the outside world.

Bhutan is a perfect blend of urban modernization and the ancient heritage, traditions, heritage and culture.