Bhutan’s environment is still pristine, its unique culture and friendly people give it or make it a steady draw.
For lovers of the outdoors, trekking, rafting, bird-watching, its soaring snow-capped peaks, green alpine meadows, waterfalls, forests and hills full of exotic wildlife.. make for a hard-to-resist experience.
If that wasn’t enough, its majestic dzongs, or fortress-monasteries, its unique form of archery, and the vibrant cultural life all contribute to the holiday of a lifetime.
Despite all this—or perhaps because of it—the most unusual thing about Bhutan is that it is the only country in the word to measure its success not by its GDP, but by its GNH, or Gross National Happiness. Some say that it is the last Shangri La. You should find out if they’re right.