Druk Path Trek and Tiger’s Nest Hike

Overview.

This tour offers a rare chance to penetrate the Himalayas in your three nights trekking excursion and explore the appreciation of the country’s cultural attraction. The activity level ranges from lower to medium.
Your stay in Bhutan will make you feel so fortunate to have visited in this land of happiness. When you leave, you will cherish beautiful memories and happiness with you throughout your life.

This trip has a blend of a scenic tour along with the touch of country’s unique culture and tradition. The major attraction would be

  • The three night trek over the valley and ridges where you can capture the panoramic view of Himalayas, lakes and monasteries
  • Visit Thimphu and Paro valley
  • Take a Selfies at Tiger Nest
  • Hoist the prayer flags
  • Explore Bhutan Artifacts
  • Visit Fortress

DRUK PATH TREK.

DAYy 1: Paro (Altitude: 1,800 – 5,400m approx.)

Paro is a beautiful valley located in Western Bhutan with an area of 2800 Sq. Kms. Breathtaking Lhakhang and monasteries are perched on mountain hills.  Two sacred rivers with its respective source at Jhomolhari and Chumo phug mountains, makes their way through Paro valley enhancing its beauty and grandeur.The Places you can visit are,

  • Rinpung Dzong (Fortress of the heap of jewels): was built by Zhabdrung Ngawang Namgyel in 1644AD. It is the administrative seat of Paro District. The annual Paro festival is held here.

Ta Dzong: It was built as a watchtower. It was converted into a national museum in 1968. You can witness finest specimen of Bhutanese art, masterpieces of bronze statues and paintings.

Day 2- Your Trek
Paro-Jele Dzong (3,450 m)

The first day of trek is a gradual climb from Dopshari, Paro at 2300m above the sea level till 3450 meters at Jele Dzong. Camp the night at Jele Dzong and if the weather favors you can see Paro valley with Mt. Jhomolhari (7314m) and snow capped mountains behind the valley.

  • Distance: 10 Kms.
    Walking Time: 4-5 Hours

DAY 3: Jele Dzong- Jangchulakha (3,780 m)

The trek for today begins from Jele Dzong (3450 mtrs). The trail takes you through thick alpine forest and rhododendrons trees. Most of the walk is up and down on a ridge , Mountain Jumolhari will also be visible. You will also be coming across Yak herder around your camp site.

  • Distance: 10 Kms
    Walking Time: 3-4 Hours.

DAY 4: Jangchulakha- Jimilangtso (3,880 mtrs).

Starts at Jangchulakha(3780mtrs) and ends at Jimilangtso which is 3880 mtrs above the sea level. The trail follows the ridge and on a clear day, you can have spectacular view of mountain and valley especially Jichu Drake(6989mts) mountain. The camp is close to a lake Jimilangtso. These lakes are known for their grand sized trout’s.

  • Distance: 11 Kms
    Walking Time: 4-5 Hours

DAY 5: Jimilangtso- Simkota (4040 mtrs).

This trail will take you through dwarf Rhododendrons trees and you will also be encountering the beautiful lake of Janye Tsho. You may come across  some Yak Herder’s  Camp and you can observe their Life Style.Our Camp will be close to Simkota lake.

  • Distance: 11 Kms
    Walking Time: 4-5 Hours

DAY 6:  Simkota – Phajoding(4210 mtrs).

Starts at Simkota(4040m) and camp at Phajoding(3870 mtrs).  You need to make a gradual climb up to Phume La(4210m) the highest elevation for this trek. If weather permits you will have beautiful views of Mountain Gangkhar Punsum(7541m),the highest mountain in Bhutan and other Himalayan Peaks. From here you can have a panoramic view of entire Thimphu.

  • Distance: 10 Kms
    Walking Time: 3-4 Hours

DAY 7: Phajoding – Thimphu(2300 mtrs)

The trek to Thimphu is all the way down hill through a forested area of mostly Blue Pine. By taking leisurely pace you can reach Thimphu in about 3 hrs for a nice hot shower and lunch. Evening at leisure. Overnight at Hotel.

  • Distance: 4-5 Kms
    Walking Time: 3 Hours

DAY 8:Taktsang Monastery: 

Taktsang Monastery: The Taktsang, popularly known as the “Tiger’s Nest” is perched on the side of a cliff at a height of 900m above the Paro valley. It is considered as a signature spot for the tourist. It is a Gem of a Paro Valley. Nestled up in a cliff, it is considered as one of the twelve wonders of the world.

  • After breakfast, drive to Ramthangka to hike up to the view point of Taktsang (Tiger’s nest) (2950m). The round trip will take about two to three hours. The legend says that in the 8th century, Guru Rinpoche visited and meditated here for some time. The place now is one of the holiest pilgrim sites for the Mahayana Buddhist.
  • Drukgyel Dzong: was built in 1649 to commemorate the victory of Bhutanese over the allied Tibetan-Mongolian forces. The Dzong as a defense fortress is said to have housed the finest armory in the country.
  • Kyichu Lhakhang:  It is one of the oldest and sacred monasteries in Bhutan. The construction of it   dates back to the 7th century by Tibetan Emperor Songtsen Gyelpo.

DAY 9. Depature.

  •  Departure from Paro International Airport or you can always choose to stay a day behind and go for a hike in Taktsang.

    12th Wonder of the World

Please Note that Druk Path can be completed in 3 nights if the trekker is physically fit. The Druk Path trek given in this itinerary is for the one who would prefer to hike leisurely enjoying the beauty of nature. If you have a time constraint, we can tailor an itinerary for you which can wrap up in 5 nights, 6 Days. For further information you can contact us.

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Country Vacation Bhutan, The Land Of Thunder Dragon.

Overview.

This tour offers a rare chance to explore the life on a farm in Bhutan’s countryside,
Bhutan
, The Land of the Thunder Dragon. The Hidden Shangrila .The Roof of the World. No travel destination on earth is more remote—or more beautiful—to explore the countryside than Bhutan. Nestled in the high Himalayas, this tiny kingdom fiercely protects its traditional ways of life, and guards its isolation like no other country (Bhutan had no roads until 1962, and no television until 1999). This unique tour offers the rare chance to discover a secret world, explore ancient monasteries, and experience pristine Buddhist culture as it has existed since time immemorial.

Brief Package Details.
Duration:
 9 Days / 8 Nights
Destination Covered: Paro-Thimphu- Phobjikha(Wandue)-Bumthang-Punakha.

Explore ancient monasteries and experience Buddhist culture in its most ancient, unadulterated form.
The Bhutanese landscape consists of dense forests, shimmering glaciers, and crystalline rivers flowing through lush green meadows.
If you’ve always wanted to journey to the ends of the earth, there can be no doubt that Bhutan is that place.

 Itinerary 

Day 01 : ARRIVE AT PARO, PARO – THIMPHU (55KM/1 HOUR) :-

The flight into Bhutan takes you close to the great Himalayas, offering dazzling scenic views of some of the world’s highest glacial peaks. As you enter Paro valley, you will sweep past forested hills with the silvery Pa Chu (Paro river) meandering down the valley below. Paro Dzong (fortress) and Ta Dzong (watchtower) on the hills above the town will be a fine sight. Our representative will receive you and will drive to Thimphu with sightseeing along the way.

Drive towards the capital city, Thimphu.

Stop at Tachoggang and visit the temple and the bridge built by handmade iron chain.

Free to explore at Thimphu.

Overnight at Hotel in Thimphu/Homestay.

  • Ta Dzong (National Museum)

Day 02 : THIMPHU- PHOBJIKHA (135 KMS/5-6 HOUR) :-

Drive via Dochu-la pass (3,088m/10,130ft) stopping briefly here to take in the view and admire the 108 chortens, mani wall, and prayer flags which decorate the highest point on the road.

If skies are clear, the high Himalayan peaks towards the north east will be revealed in all their glory. On a clear day, the following peaks can be seen from this pass (left to right): Masagang (7,158m), Tsendegang (6,960m), Terigang (7,060m), Jejegangphugang (7,158m), Kangphugang (7,170m), Zongaphugang (7,060m) a table mountain that dominates the isolated region of Lunana, and finally, Gangkar Puensum, the highest peak in Bhutan at 7,497m.

On the way stop at Punakha/Nobding for Lunch.

After Lunch, proceed to Phobjikha, one of the most pleasant glacial valleys in Bhutan.

GANGTEY VALLEY EXPLORATION

The most beautiful and shortest of the existing nature trails in Bhutan. The trail hike starts from the Mani (like Chhorten) stone wall to the north of the Gangtey Gonpa and ends in Khewa Lhakhang. The hike takes about 1hr 30minutes through the pine forest and small bamboo plants. You can see the Phobjkha valley so beautifully from this hike. It is one of the best hike places for the Nature lovers. During the winter months, we can see the endangered species of birds – Black Neck Cranes.

Rest of the day at leisure- explore the valley or soak yourself in a traditional hot stone bath!

Overnight at Homestay

Day 03 : PHOBJIKHA – BUMTHANG (188 KMS/ 7 HOURS) :-

We will visit striking Gangtey Gompa (Monastery), the only Nyingmapa monastery in western Bhutan.

Today’s journey onward to Jakar (Bumthang) is perhaps long, but certainly memorable with dramatic landscapes of terraced farmland, deep river valleys and precariously perched farmhouses viewed from the only east west highway that has been ingeniously carved out of the mountain faces

Following a brief stop at Chendebji Chorten, which according to belief was built to cover the remains of a demon spirit, you will carry on to what was the original home of the royal family.

Upon reaching Trongsa you may take time to stroll this quaint village and official business permitting, perhaps visit the Trongsa Dzong, ancestral home to Bhutan’s monarch where you will often find novice monks reciting mantras or practicing on sacred horns, flutes or drums.

Then visit Ta Dzong on the hillside above the town, built as a watchtower to guard Trongsa Dzong.

The drive onward to Bumthang takes you over the picturesque Yotong La and down into the Chumey Valley, home of Bhutan’s famous Yatra weaving.

Overnight at Hotel in Bumthang/|Homestay.

Day 04 : BUMTHANG :-

Bumthang is the general name given to a group of four valleys – Chumey, Choekhor, Tang and Ura, with altitudes varying from 2,600 to 4,000m (8,530-13,125ft). This area is home to many ancient Buddhist temples and monasteries.

You start to visit Choekhor valley, approximately 1 ½ hrs drive from the lodge. You have choice to further explore our neighboring palace, Wangdichhoeling, home to the 2nd King, and the auspicious prayer wheels next door. Heading up valley, you will take in the grand Kurje Lhakhang, one of the most sacred places in the kingdom as Bhutan’s “patron saint”, Guru Rinpoche (Padmasambhava) meditated here. From Kurje monastery, a tarmac road heads south along the right bank of the river to Jambey Lhakhang. This temple, erected by the Tibetan king Songtsen Gampo in the 7th century, is one of the two oldest in Bhutan (the other being Kyichu Lhakhang in Paro).

After lunch, we will visit Tamshing Lhakhang, founded in 1501 by Pema Lingpa. It contains interesting and ancient Buddhist wall paintings. Later on we will visit Jakar Dzong, “the castle of the white bird”, then take a stroll through Bumthang’s market area before returning to the lodge.

Overnight at Hotel in Bumthang.

Day 05 : BUMTHANG :-

Today you will explore further in Bumthang district with an excursion the stunningly beautiful Tang Valley. This seldom visited valley offers a treat in revealing some off the beaten track Lhakhang and monasteries, and the amazing museum at Ugyen Chhoeling Palace.

A short hike takes you up to this well maintained Palace and it cultural treasures inside. Along way you will stop for a traditional picnic with breathtaking views of the pristine surroundings. Way back, just below the main road junction visit Tang Mebartsho (Burning lake), where the Terton Pema Lingpa, the reincarnation of Padmasambhava, is supposed to have discovered religious treasure in the 12th century. This lake is very sacred and is visited by many Bhutanese during auspicious days to offer butter lamps. The important of the site is indicated by the extensive array of prayer flags and is considered as one of the most holy places for Buddhist pilgrimage.

Overnight at Hotel

Day 06 : BUMTHANG – PUNAKHA (210KMS/8HRS)

After Breakfast proceed to Punakha. Today’s journey back to Punakha will be a lengthy one, taking lunch en route. We will then drive on through the mountains.

Overnight at Hotel in Punakha

Day 07 : PUNAKHA-THIMPHU (77KMS/3HRS)

Today, after Breakfast in the morning we can begin the day with hike up through fields of rice along the banks of the Mo Chhu to the upper end of the valley to the Khamsum Yulley Namgyal Chorten, a stunning monument recently built by the Queens and consecrated in 1999.

OR Visit Wolakha Nunnery located on top of a hill, spectacular view from the hill.

OR drive straight to Thimphu and spend time in Thimphu.

Khamsum Yulley Namgyel, Punakha

Day 08 : THIMPHU- PARO (55KMS/1.5HRS) :-

In the morning, take an excursion to Taktsang Monastery. It is believed that Guru Rinpoche, founding father of the Bhutanese form of Mahayana Buddhism, arrived here on the back of a tigress and meditated at this monastery.

We can spend the Day at Paro Taktshang, if possible light some butter lamps with good aspiration to benefit all sentient being and for your well being~ body and mind.

Day 09 : DEPARTURE :-

Your stay in Bhutan will make you feel so fortunate to have visited in this land of happiness. When you leave, you will cherish beautiful memories and happiness with you throughout your life.

See off from Paro international Airport.

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Photographer’s Expedition.

OVERVIEW

There is a place on earth that even the most seasoned travelers consider a privilege to visit. And although it is voted one of the world’s top travel destinations, very few make it. This is Drukyul, Bhutan, the Land of the Thunder Dragon. You cannot find a more enlightening travel destination today. Perched high on the mighty Himalayan range, the kingdom of Bhutan has defied globalization and chosen to remain a hidden paradise.

Bhutan is marked by raw natural beauty where the dense foliage changes dramatically as the sub tropical jungles at sea level merge into a fertile temperate zone and rises up to the great northern glaciers. The pristine environment is home to exotic wild life and is the last refuge for endangered species like the Black – Necked Crane, the Blue Sheep, the Golden Langue, the Takin and even the Royal Bengal Tiger.

All these make Bhutan the paradise for the Photographers. From the time you take a flight to Bhutan, you can keep your camera shutter’s on. Choose your seat to the left side of the plane and if the weather cooperates, you might have spectacular views of the high peaks of the Eastern Himalaya, including peaks in Bhutan such as Jhomolhari, Jichu Drakye, and Tsering Kang and your photography journey to Bhutan Begins.

Brief Itinerary. (5 Nights_6 Days)

DAYS PLACES NIGHT
DAY 1 PARO HOTEL
DAY 2 PARO HOTEL
DAY 3 PARO- PANGKALA PASS CAMPING
DAY 4 PANGKALA PASS – TSENDULA PASS CAMPING
DAY 5 TSENDULA PASS- DAWAKHA VILLAGE- PARO HOTEL
DAY 6 DEPARTURE  

DAY 1:  PARO (Paro sightseeing).

Fly to Paro, Bhutan, on Druk Air, the national airline of Bhutan. If you get a seat on the left side of the plane and the weather cooperates, you might have spectacular views of the high peaks of the Eastern Himalaya, including peaks in Bhutan such as Jhomolhari, Jichu Drakye, and Tsering Kang. After visa formalities at the Paro airpo

rt, our representative, tour guide and the driver will be at the airport. Meet and greet, drive to Paro. Check In at your hotel. Get some rest and proceed for your sightseeing. It includes:

  • The National Museum, housed in an old watchtower above the Paro Dzong. The museum’s collections include displays of spectacular Thangkas (religious scroll paintings), bronze statues, Bhutan’s beautiful stamps, and the Tshogshing Lhakhang (“Temple of the Tree of Wisdom”), with its carvings depicting the history of Buddhism.
  • Visit the Paro Dzong itself, built in 1644 by the Zhabdrung Ngawang Namgyal. Drive to visit the Paro Rinpung Dzong (Fortress on the Heap of Jewels). Have a leisure time back at the hotel.

    Overnight at the hotel in Paro.

DAY 2: PARO (TIGER’S NEST HIKE)

  • Today you have the hike of taking a steep, 1½-hour hike to a tea house, where you can enjoy a great view of Taktsang Monastery (its name means “tiger’s nest“), perched on a cliff 2,700 feet above the floor of the Paro Valley. The hike follows a steep switchback trail through the forest, and after a break with tea and cookies, you have the option to sit outside the cafe and admire the monastery and its beautiful surroundings or, if you feel energetic, to continue another thirty minutes to a closer viewpoint. Much of Taktsang was destroyed by a fire in April 1998, but it is now completely rebuilt. The sight never ceases to amaze the visitors as we get closer.  Have lunch on your way back at the Cafeteria. Descend down towards the parking lot where your driver will be waiting for you. 
  • Later drive towards Kichu Lhakhang. It is the oldest monastery built in the 8th century by the Tibetan King Songtsen Gompo to suppress the giant demoness.

 Overnight at the hotel in Paro.

DAY 3: TREK (CHELELA – PANGKA LA)
Walking Distance:  4-5 hours.

Your trek begins from today. Drive for 1 hour to Chelela pass. On clear days you will get a chance see the beautiful Mount Jumolhari and Mount Kanchenjunga of Sikkim. Trekking on top of the mountain ridge. Here you will get the magnificent view of the Paro valley to the left and has valley to the 

Trek through the Forest of Rhododendron flowers in the full bloom, rare Blue Poppy with the trees of Junipers and Firs.

  • Pass through Yak herders’ camp and descend to an elevation of 3765mts. A meadow filled with blooming Rhododendron gives way to the camp site in Pangka la pass. (4062mts.)

Your camp will be pitched amidst the Blue Poppy flowers which is our National Flower.

Overnight at the Camp at Pangka la pass.

 

DAY 4: TREK (PANGKA – TSENDU LA PASS)
Walking Distance:  4-5 hours.

Begin your day by exploring the beautiful landscape of Pangka la pass.  Rise early to enjoy the magnificent sunrise.

  • Your camp site here is the highest of your trek. Many Himalayan species of Birds are also found here. Endangered Himalayan Monsoon Pheasants are seen around your camp site. Follow the trail to Dzonglela pass (3565mts.) this was once the major trade route for the people of Paro and Haa valley. Hike until you reach the Tsendu la pass (3775mts).

 Overnight at the Camp at Tsendu la pass.

DAY 5: TREK (TSENDU LA PASS – DAWAKHA- PARO)
Walking Distance: 4 – 5 hours.

This will be the last day of your trek. As you will descend down you will notice the dramatic change in the vegetation. From the shrubs to Thick Firs and Juniper tree. Meet your driver at the Dawakha village.

Ask your guide to make an appointment for the Sap and Massage or a Traditional hot stone bath is highly recommended.

  • Overnight at the hotel in Paro.

 

DAY 06: DEPARTURE. 

Your stay in Bhutan will make you feel so fortunate to have visited in this land of happiness. When you leave, you will cherish beautiful memories and happiness with you throughout your life.

  • End of your travel to Bhutan. Our team will drive you to the Airport and bid farewell.

Glimpse of Bhutan.

Glimpse of Bhutan.

DAY 01: ARRIVE AT PARO, PARO – THIMPHU (55KM/1 HOUR)

Paro is home to the only international airport in the country.
As you enter Paro valley, you will sweep past forested hills with the silvery Pa Chu (Paro river) meandering down the valley below. Upon arrival you are greeted with top quality, fresh high altitude air and the happy smiling faces of the Bhutanese people. When you arrive in Bhutan you may get goose-bumps or even shed a tear when you step for the first time into the sacred and undiluted land of happiness. Meanwhile Paro Dzong (fortress) and Ta Dzong (watchtower) on the hills above the town will be a fine sight.
Our Team will receive you and will drive to Thimphu with sightseeing along the way.

  • We will drive you to Capital City of Bhutan, Thimphu.
  • Along the way the hillsides are dotted with Monasteries and temples so it is easy to find peace and tranquility just up any hill.
  • We will stop at Tachoggang to visit the temple and the bridge built by handmade iron chain.
  • We will stay overnight at Hotel in Thimphu, a place where widening crystal river that descends into the valley from the mountains above.DAY 02: THIMPHU-DOCHULA-PARO(75Km/3 HOURS)

The capital city of Bhutan, Thimphu (Altitude: 1,8005,400m approx.)  is a bustling town on the banks of the river Wang Chhu. It is home to the Bhutanese Royal Family, the Royal Government and to several foreign missions and development projects.
It is said that eight auspicious sign can be witnessed in the features of the valley.

  • We will drive you to Kuenselphodrang (Buddha Point):
    The Buddha Dordenma Statue which is 169ft is the world’s tallest Buddha statue and it is located about 6kms from Thimphu city. Here,
    Buddha sits overlooking the spectacular view of Thimphu Valley
  • We will visit National Memorial Chorten (a monument to world peace and prosperity):
    This stupa was built in 1974 in memory of the Third King, His Majesty Jigme Dorji Wangchuck by his mother. The paintings and statues inside the monument provide a deep insight into Buddhist philosophy.
  • Then in the afternoon we will drive you to Paro via Dochula Pass (3,088m):
    Place where a beautiful panoramic view of the mountain range can be seen. The place is further enhanced by the Druk Wangyal Chortens -108 stupa built by the Queen Mother Ashi Dorji Wangmo Wangchuk. Admire the 108 chortens, mani walls and prayer flags which decorate the highest point on the road.
    If the weather favors, Table Mountain that dominates the isolated region of Lunana, and Gangkar Puensum, the highest peak in Bhutan at 7,497m can be seen from this pass.
  • We will take a long scenic drive back to Paro. We will stay overnight at hotel and prepare ourselves for tomorrow’s hike to Taktsang Monastery known as the “Tiger’s Nest”.

 DAY 03: PARO TAKTSHANG HIKE (4-6 HOURS)

The Taktsang, popularly known as the “Tiger’s Nest” is perched on the side of a cliff at a height of 900m above the Paro valley. It is considered as a signature spot for the tourist. It is a Gem of a Paro Valley. Nestled up in a cliff, it is considered as one of the twelve wonders of the world.
In the 8th Century Guru Rimpoche, widely revered as the second Buddha, arrived from Tibet flying across the mountains on the back of a tigress. Thus the tiger’s lair, acquires its name from the legend of its foundation.

  • After breakfast, we will drive you to Ramthangka to hike up to the view point of Taktsang (2,950m above sea level). As you have the option of taking a steep, 1½-hour hike to a teahouse, where you can enjoy a great view of Taktsang Monastery.

The hike follows a steep switchback trail through the forest, and after a break with tea and cookies, you have the option to sit outside the cafe and admire the monastery and its beautiful surroundings or, if you feel energetic, to continue another thirty minutes to a closer viewpoint.

  • In the afternoon we will visit Kyichu Lhakhang, one of the oldest and sacred monastery in Bhutan. The construction of it dates back to the 7th century by Tibetan Emperor Songtsen Gampo who built 108 border taming temples and Kyichu Lhakhang is one of them.
  • In the evening we can stroll in Paro town, a street of typical Bhutanese traditional buildings. The pristine environment filled in with rich faunal diversity with the touch of old mans beard will promise you to make your stay a comforting one.
  • Finally we stay at hotel and prepare yourself for tomorrow’s departure.

 DAY 04: DEPARTURE.

Your stay in Bhutan will make you feel so fortunate to have visited in this land of happiness. When you leave, you will cherish beautiful memories and happiness with you throughout your life.

  • We will drive you to the airport and bid farewell.

Thank you.
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Duration : 07 Nights / 08 Days

Destination Covered : Paro – Thimphu – Wangdiphodrang (Gangtey / Phobjikha valley) – Punakha.

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bhutan facts

 

Bhutan has a profound cultural diversity. With more than 80 percent of the country being Buddhists, the ways of the Buddhist practice has had a huge impact on the Bhutanese culture. The influence of Buddhism is very visible in the everyday life of the Bhutanese people. The country boasts of thousands of monasteries and the landscape is dotted with stupas, prayer wheels, prayer flags and many other insignias celebrating the Buddhist religion. The preservation of culture has always been accorded the highest of priorities and it was outlined as one of the four main pillars of the country’s unique development philosophy of Gross National Happiness.

DRUK PATH TREK & TIGER NEST HIKE

Package Details :

Duration : 06 Nights / 07 Days

Destination Covered : Thimphu – Druk Path Trek – Paro

BHUTAN CULTURAL TOUR

 

Bhutan has a profound cultural diversity. With more than 80 percent of the country being Buddhists, the ways of the Buddhist practice has had a huge impact on the Bhutanese culture. The influence of Buddhism is very visible in the everyday life of the Bhutanese people. The country boasts of thousands of monasteries and the landscape is dotted with stupas, prayer wheels, prayer flags and many other insignias celebrating the Buddhist religion. The preservation of culture has always been accorded the highest of priorities and it was outlined as one of the four main pillars of the country’s unique development philosophy of Gross National Happiness.