Bhutan , total Area: 46,500 sq km (17,954 sq miles), located in the eastern Himalayas, bordering to the north by China and by India to the south, east and west. And it has the population density 13.3 per sq km. The altitude differs from 300m (1000ft) in the narrow lowland region to 7000m (22,000ft) in the Himalayan plateau in the north, and there are three distinctive climatic regions.The capital city is Thinpu.
The tropical region is abode to deer, lion, leopards and the endangered species of golden monkey as well as many tropical types of vegetation including many species of wild orchids. The temperate climatic region of inner Himalayan region; also own many distinctive wildlife includes bear, boar and Sambar and this region is pleasant with deciduous forests. The High Himalaya region is very less populated, but the steep mountain slopes are the habitat of many species of unique animals including snow leopards and musk deer. Due to the presence of various natural and pure and untouched cultural variations in all the geographical and cultural regions, Bhutan has succeeded to fascinate the tourists for ages.
Great Himalayan ranges have isolated some of the Bhutanese people from the outside world are living their life in pure form of civilization and are able to maintain the holy and age-old culture and civilization is one of the striking thing to experience here in Bhutan. Some of the people and their age- old traditions are still to be explored and learnt which have been isolated by the mighty Himalayas between India and China.
Parallelly compared to the paradise on the earth gives many glimpses of age-old religion, culture, arts & architecture in its giant peaks in the background of fabulous landscapes and deep green valley and hillside covered with deep and dense forest. A special realization of tranquility, spirituality and serenity, and pristinely superb which bounds to make a rewarding journey to Bhutan once in their life.