It’s no secret that being close to nature instills a sense of contentment and happiness to many. This is why for most of our guests who are urbanites, a trip to somewhere with beautiful surroundings is always a great way to reset from our city lives.
Bhutan is mostly made up of forests and mountains that roll on forever, with dense growth of pine trees that look like broccoli. Conserving and protecting the environment is so important to the Bhutanese that it is mandated in the Constitution that at least 60 per cent of Bhutan must be covered by forests for all time. This has resulted in the Kingdom being the only carbon negative country in the world, absorbing more of the world’s carbon dioxide than it produces.
Bhutan may be small in size, but big on ideas, especially when we live in an age where the world’s most powerful countries are slow to take action against climate change,
Experience everything just the way it is with us as your travel companion in Bhutan.
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