Bhutan is a natural paradise. The same ancient Tibetan saints, for that matter the ancient Indian ascetics, described Bhutan as a place of medicinal herbs. With about 70 percent of its land still under forest cover, Bhutan is home to a rare variety of plant species and wildlife. They are home to numerous rare and endangered species of wildlife like Blue Sheep, the elusive Snow Leopard, the Himalayan Black Bear, the national animal Takin and the Golden Langur. The country’s Constitution mandates at least 60 percent forest cover at all times. Green destinations gold award, sustainable destinations award, earth award and conservation award.

The country that has been identified as one of the top 10 global biodiversity hotspots, we offer ecotourism packages, the popularity of which gained steam only recently among visitors.