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Sustainable destination Kingdom of Bhutan

It really exists: a country that is 100% free of neon signs, busy traffic arteries and hectic people.

Tucked away in the mighty Himalayan Range is the Kingdom of Bhutan. The Kingdom of Bhutan has defied globalization and chosen to remain a hidden paradise, accessible only to a fortunate few.

sustainable destination Kingdom of Bhutan

Bhutan is highly acclaimed for ‘High value, Low impact’ tourism policy. The kingdom of Bhutan is a top 100 sustainable destination by Green Destinations.

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Pema Karpo

12.43 kg
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Tashi Ninjey Hotel

13.40 kg
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Yue-Lo-Ki Guest Houes Gangtey, Phobjikha

13.23 kg
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Mendrelgang Homestay

13.15 kg
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Khuru Resort

15.90 kg
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Phuntsho Chholing Lodge

16.11 kg
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Thegchen Phodrang Lodge

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Yak Herder’s Boutique Inn

15.76 kg
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things to do

Punakha Dzong The Dzong of kings, the place where all of Bhutan;s kings have been crowned. Punakha Dzong is arguably the most beautiful dzong in the country, especially in spring when the lilac-coloured jacaranda trees bring a lush sensuality to the dzong's characteristically towering whitewashed walls. (Punakha & Khuruthang)
Sephub Gyeltsen Tsongkhang Visit one on the best clothes stores of Thumphu. With ready-made ghos (traditional dress for men) and kira (traditional dress for womans) to admire, made of the highest quality of fabrics! (Thimphu)
Buddha Dordenma At the entry to the Timphu Valley you find the 51-meter-tall steel statue of Buddha Dordenma. The massive three-story base houses a large chapel, while the body itself is filled with 125,000 smaller statues of Buddha. The paved road to the site, also known as 'Buddha Point', passes a new Hindu temple and is a popular biking route. (Thimpu)
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