Bhutan luck – a tourist destination as from the realm of fairy tales
Have you thought because at some point in Bhutan as a tourist destination? You know that there is happiness on the highest pedestal? It appears as a result, somewhere around the world to enjoy life better than usual.
We can give you guarantee of security, that you be there yourself to a happy people, unfortunately. But it’s worth a try! Above all, it’s also a great tourist destination.
If one is on the way to Bhutan, it feels, to travel to a magical land a little bit. To reach this country through a flight. There is only an airline that could take you there. It flies with Druk Air and landing in Paro. On the outbound flight, you could see Everest. Also isn’t alone a reason to undertake such a journey? While you need but also a bit of luck, because usually the peak in dense clouds is wrapped.
What might appear to some as a disadvantage, is actually not that bad. Heavy accessibility is one of the joys for the people of Bhutan. Because, over many centuries, this country could be not conquered or colonized.
Rafting on the Punakha Dzong
Bhutan-happiness has to do much with their wise rulers. In the 16th century, were always noble families at the top of the country. 1616, a striking historical person came to this place. It is Ngawang Namgya. He preached the Tibetan Buddhism and transformed the southern lowlands in a unified country. He used a new name, which is also his appointment – Zhabdrung Rinpoche from a certain date.
The majestic fortress Trongsa Dzong
Until today, to keep him for one of the holiest figures in Bhutan and the figure can be seen on monasteries and rock.
Jigme Dorji is regarded as the founder of the contemporary Bhutan. Under his Government, the country is member of the United Nations in the year 1971. Jigme Khesar has taken power in 2006. He is the grandson of Dorji. He follows the policy of his ancestors and presents environmental protection and also the culture care in the foreground with the Government of the country. He makes steps strategic and consistent, if also somewhat cautious, which will lead to democratisation in the country.
The thundering dragon on the flag
The geographical location of Bhutan
An expensive affair
Bhutan-happiness is maintained as a reserve. The drive there is allowed only under certain circumstances. Also, you have to pay 200 to 300 dollars a day. This is strong with the season. So you want to keep the uniqueness of the country and also the inviolability of happiness here. Whether this could be good in the long run?
The Royal couple on the wedding
The Buddha statue in Thimphu
Folklore Festival and traditional costumes
The new generation of Bhutan
Young Bhutanese woman and her sleeping child
Mystical mask dance
The Tashichho Dzong fortress
Dechen Phodrang monastery
The Gangteng monastery
The gigantic Summit Jomolhari
Meditative silence over the clouds