The Kingdom of Bhutan is a country nestled in the Eastern Himalayas. In dzongkha the national language of the kingdom, the country is known as DrukYul" The land of the thunder dragon" and it's people are known as "Drukpas". The term comes from its' state region which is Drukpa Kagyud. Bhutan, the then independent Himalayas Buddhist Country is the kingdom very proudly mountains it's tradition. It has one foot in the past and one in the future. The high himalayas in the north separates the kindgom from the Tibetan Autonomous region of China. While the rugged Eastern region borders the Indian State of Arunachal Pradesh, in the south it's border by Assam and West Bengal and finally in the west by Sikkim.
Bhutan Pelphug Travels provide wide ranges of Tour Packages like Cultural Tours, Festival Tours, Trekking Tours, Bicycle tours and Special Tours. We have the following options of tours for our valued guests. Bhutan is a place combed and frequented by so many guests. Therefore, Why Can't You Be The Lucky One As Well? Read More
There are two ways to enter Bhutan; either by Druk Air (Bhutan's national airline) via Paro which has services to and from Bangkok, New Delhi, Kolkata, Kathmandu, Dhaka and Singapore, or by road through Phuntsholing , a blooming industrial town in southern Bhutan adjoining Indian state of West Bengal. This entry is more convenient if one would wish to tour Sikkim and Darjeeling before entering Bhutan. One can also exit from the south east of Bhutan (Samdrup Jongkhar) bordering Assam by road Read More
The Kingdom of Bhutan is a country nestled in the Eastern Himalayas. "Dzongkha" the national language of the kingdom. The country is known as "DrukYul"-"The Land of ThunderDragon" and it' people are known as "DrukPas". The term comes from it's state religion which is "DrukPa Kagyud". Bhutan, the last independent Himalayan Buddhist Country is the kingdom very proudly of it's mountains and it's tradition. It has on foot in the past and one in the future. The high himalayas in the north separates the kingdom from the tibetan autonomous regions of China while the rugged eastern region borders the Indian state of Arunachal Pradesh and in the South by Assam and West Bengal and in the West by Sikkim.
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Besides the great himalayan ranges which runs east to west, the entire country is mountainous and ranges the elevation from 100 m to 7054 m Gangkar Puensum peak on the Tibetan border. Between every valleys, passes are as high as 4000 m which has led to difficult communications between different valleys. From South to north, Bhutan is roughly divided into three zones mainly (a)The Southern Foothills (b) The Inner Himalayas (c) The Northern Belt Read More