Soak in nature’s untouched beauty
The untouched natural beauty in Bhutan is unlike any hill station in India. It is so unbelievably peaceful that even when you are in the capital city of Thimphu, you will feel like you are in some kind of a retreat. An interesting thing I found out on my trip was that Bhutan has an official policy according to which 60% of the country’s landmass must remain forested.
If you want to explore the Himalayan flora and fauna closely (which you should), then visit one of the many national parks and sanctuaries. One of the largest protected areas in Bhutan is the Jigme Dorji National Park, which has prominent landmarks including sacred peaks such as Jomolhari, Tsherimgang and Jichu Drakey.