On the almost roof of the world, there is shoe horned into the grand Himalaya, Bhutan, the thunder Dragon, is a fiercely independent kingdom. There are only about 600,000 people. The name Bhutan comes to derive from the ancient Indian term Bhotanta which means the end of land of the Bhots.
Located in the heart of the high Himalayan mountain range, Bhutan is a land-locked country surrounded by mountains in north, east and west.
All session is good but spring is the most beautiful time of the year in the kingdom. The fierce cold that characterizes the winter months tends to subside towards the end February.
Opened from the outside world till the 1960s, Bhutan manages to retain all the charm of the old world. Like timeless images from the past, the traveler encounters the full glory of this ancient land through its strategic monastic fortresses known as Dzongs, monasteries and stupas which dot the countryside, prayer flags which flutter along the high ridges, wild animals which abundant in the dense forest, foamy white water falls which are like the real showers, and warm smiles of its friendly people. Each moment is special as one discovers a country which the Bhutanese people have chosen to preserve in its magical purity.