Bhutan is a South Asian landlocked country, like Nepal, which shares borders with China to the north and India to the east, south, and west separated from Nepal by Sikkim, one of India's Himalayan states. To the south, it shares a border with Assam. Thimpu, Bhutan's capital and largest city, is the country's largest metropolis. Bhutan is a tourist-friendly country with its own set of rules and Buddhism everywhere.
Bhutan provides a variety of tourism activities such as cultural tours, monastic visits, cycling tours, sightseeing tours, park visits, river experiences, and short and long trekking. Bhutan travel packages also include certain entertainment options and are rich in wildlife, with a diverse culture and climate.
Bhutan is one of the most expensive places for travelers to visit to protect the country's natural and cultural heritage. Bhutan attracts few travelers, making it a peaceful and less congested destination for your fun vacation. Bhutan has a subtropical climate to the south and sub-alpine Himalayan Caucasus mountains. There are a few peaks that rise above 7000 meters. Visiting Bhutan from Nepal is easier and more cost-effective than visiting straight from other countries; for this reason, purchasing a Bhutan package from Nepal may be the best option.
Bhutanese People from the lowlands have Nepali culture and language, while those from the mountains have Tibetan culture and Buddhism. Bhutan's wildlife includes the rare golden langur, Bengal tiger, clouded leopard, Ghoral, Himalayan black bear, red panda, bore, grey langur, takin, and marmot, among others... Bhutan is home to over 770 different bird species. There are about 5400 different varieties of vegetation that can be found here.