Bhutan, the land of the peaceful thunder dragon. Bhutan lies squarely in the center Himalayas, amid the highest mountains on earth. In its 18,000 square miles can be found such variety of climate and fascinating scenery, such grandeur and peacefulness, very effective fascination of the novel and unknown as few countries its size can boast. pvt. ltd 

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Early records suggest scattered clusters of inhabitants had already settled in Bhutan when the first recorded settlers arrived 1,400 years ago. Bhutan's indigenous population is the Drukpa. Three main ethnic groups, the Sharchops, Ngalops and the Lhotsampas (of Nepalese origin), make up today's Drukpa population. Bhutan's earliest residents, the Sharchops (people of the east) reside predominantly in eastern Bhutan. Their origin can be traced to the tribes of northern Burma and northeast India. The Ngalops migrated from the Tibetan plains and are the importers of Buddhism to the kingdom. Most of the Lhotsampas migrated to the southern plains in search of agricultural land and work in the early 20th century. The current population is approximately 750,000.


The official currency is the Ngultrum(Nu) divided into 100 Chetrums

Heights: Over 7,300 meters (23,950ft.),

Capital: Thimpu (approx. 40,000 inhabitants)

Area: 47,000 skm

Language: Dzongkha is the official language, while English is commonly spoken in main towns.

Religion: Vajrayana Buddhism is a predominant religion

Weather: The climate varies widely depending on the elevation. Southern border experiences tropical weather; whereas high himalayas have perpetual snow. Temperature ranges from -5 in January to 30C in July.

Currency: Bhutanese Ngultrum, Indian Rupee

Accommodation: Bhutan has wide range of hotels decorated in traditional Bhutanese style. - See more at: