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About Bhutan
Bhutan - Trekking -Bhutan -Tour-information Bhutan Bhutan, a Buddhist kingdom in the Himalayas, is unrivaled in its scenic majesty and vigorous culture. It is the land of the peaceful thunder dragon is known to the world by several names such as the ‘the Last Shangri-La’ or ‘the Last Place on the Roof of the World.’ Though the original name from the time of Marco Polo was ‘Bootan,’ the natives prefer to call their country ‘Druk Yul,’ or 'the Land of the Peaceful Thunder Dragon'.  It shares with Nepal the world's greatest attentiveness of mountains and living Buddhist inheritance. Nestled in the lap of the Himalayas, Bhutan offers spectacular mountain views,Himalayan flora and fauna, waves peaks and lush valleys, immense scenic beauty and a unique culture and lifestyle which provide Bhutan's striking beauty and imaginative magnificence.We can see beautiful Buddhist monasteries, carved wooden houses and the fine crafts of Bhutan, on tours to Bhutan with Tourism in Bhutan. Bhutan has opened to the visitors who have a high regard for the delicate sensitivities of this pristine land and shares the sacred attitude of its people. The short light from Kathmandu to Paro can fairly be described as fantastic. During the flight, you have close-up views of Mt. Everest, Kanchanjunga and various other famous peaks. Bhutan is one of the few countries in the would that is still largely untouched. It is a paradise for tourists interested in Buddhist culture and philosophy, flora and fauna and trekking.

General Information About Bhutan

Location:     Between China and India
Area :     46,620 sq km (18,182 sq mi)
Longitude:     27° 30’North and 90°30’ East.
Capital :     Thimpu
Population:     700,000 (approax. 1 million)
Political-System:     Monarchy
Religion
    70% Buddhist, 25% Hindu, 5% others
National Animal:     Takin (Burdorcas taxicolor),
National Bird :     Raven (Corvus corax)
National Flower :     Blue poppy (Meconopsis grandis)
National Sport:     Dha (archery)

Language
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Dzongkha is the official language of Bhutan. Other widely spoken languages are Nepali, Bumthap, Sharchop and Hindi. English is understood and spoken by majority of people in major towns and medium of education in schools.Time Bhutan time is 6 hours ahead of GMT, 30 minutes ahead of India, 1 hour behind Thailand and 15 minutes ahead of Nepal. There is only one time zone throughout the country. .
Drinks:
It is safer to drink bottled, boiled and filtered water. A reasonable variety of both hard and soft drinks are available in hotels, restaurants and shops in most towns. Many Bhutanese enjoy drinking traditional homemade alcoholic brews made from wheat, millet or rice
Shopping:
The most popular tourist purchases are traditional Bhutanese arts and handicrafts. Produced by skilled artisans, these are generally of a high quality, and include Buddhist paintings and statues, textiles, jewelry and wooden bowls and carvings.
Seasons :
Autumn (September-November). Winter (December-February), Summer (March-May), Monsoon (Jun- August),
Water
In major cities boiled and filtered water as well as mineral water is available in most of the hotels and restaurants. Elsewhere, it is advisable to use water sterilization tablets or stick to tea and soft drinks.
Working Hours
Government offices open from 09to 17:00 hrs in summer and till 16:00 hrs. in winter.
Official Holiday
Government and most other offices work five days a week. Saturday and Sunday is the official weekly holiday when most of the shops are closed.
Electricity
All towns in western Bhutan have a reliable power supply. Elsewhere, access is less consistent, and electricity is not available in many outlying areas of the country. The voltage supply is 220/240, the same as in Nepal and India.
Road Transport
Road transport is the dominant mode of transportation for passengers and freight within the country and to the neighboring states of India.
Other Transport Arrangements
There are taxis with fare meters in Bhutan.
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