Bhutan Himalayas - Undoubtedly one of the most spectacular and impressive range in the world, is fastly becoming the most visited adventure zone of the world.
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Bhutan Himalayas

Location : 150-km From Siliguri To Phuntsholing, Bhutan Border
Altitude : 7,554m
Capital : Thimphu
Best Time To Visit : March To August

Mount Tserimkang in BhutanBhutan, "The Land of the Thunder Dragon", is the best-kept secret in the travel industry. Due to its relative isolation, the country is not known to the outside world and until 1960, western visitors rarely visited the country.
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History of Bhutan Himalayas
This mountain kingdom is still perhaps the worlds most exclusive tourist destination. Situated in the heart of the great Himalayas, the world's mightiest range; Bhutan is flanked on the north and north west

by Tibet, the plains of North-East India in the south and south west, and the hills of India's north eastern state of Arunachal Pradesh in the east.

Today still, few people know of the beauty of Bhutan. The few who do visit this magical place find an ancient Buddhist culture thriving in a landscape of incredible natural beauty. The mountains are magnificent, the countryside green, the air pure and unpolluted and the architecture striking.

Physiography of Bhutan Himalayas
Rocky mountains, captivating valleys, winding rivers, sparkling lakes, thick forests and the unexplored virginity of nature all make Bhutan a trekkers' paradise. Trekking is the ideal way to experience rural Bhutanese culture and uncharted wilderness. Trek routes range from the relatively effortless day trips to expeditions lasting over weeks. Though rafting in Bhutan is still underdeveloped, experts who have scouted the rivers are of the opinion that it has the potential for some of the best rafting on earth. The normal tourists and trekkers must enjoy the various river programs on rivers ranging from class 3 to 5. The outstanding ones include Mo Chhu, upstream of Punakha in eastern Bhutan, and the Ema Datse Canyon on the Mangde Chhu in central Bhutan.

Vegetation of Bhutan Himalayas
Forests cover over 60 per cent of Bhutan, changing with increasing altitude from subtropical forests at the lowest altitudes to open juniper and rhododendron scrub at 4,000-4,500 m. They support much of the country's biodiversity: 160 species of mammals, 770 of birds, and 5,400 of vascular plants.
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