You have been our guide, our teacher and our trusted friend who shared Bhutan with us and its beauty. Thank you for taking good care of us.
We had remarkable experiences and consider it as our good karma
to have shared them with you. We will stay in touch and hope
to host you one day in the USA. With love & gratitude.”
“Thank you for teaching me about Bhutan unique culture & its tradition.
I am so thankful for teaching me your national language Dzongkha.
Do continue to serve your guest with same spirits and you have many
gifts along your way! I will probably come back again.”
Thanks for being an excellent host to our group during our various trips in Bhutan. It was great hanging out with you and seeing some of the country together. Good luck with the Allis Bhutan.”
Bhutan is part of the Eastern Himalayan biodiversity hotspot. The diverse ecosystems and eco-floristic zones have made Bhutan home to a wide array of flora and fauna including some endangered species. In Bhutan, all the natural elements like mountains, rivers, rocks and even the tress have been revered and considered sacred for centuries as the abode of local deities and gods. Such beliefs have helped and complimented the people in natural conservation efforts. Conserving the natural environment is one of the pillars of the Gross National Happiness. The local highlander living at the base of Mount Gangkar Puensum believes it to be the “white peak of the three spiritual brothers”. In respect of such beliefs that exist in almost all highlander communities, mountaineering above 6000 meters is prohibited by the government. Gangkar Puensum is expected to retain its popularity as the highest unclimbed mountain in the world. Bhutan has an impressive 74 percent of its land under forest cover with 51.32 percent designated as protected area. It is mandated at least 60 percent of the land area in the country would always remain under forest cover for all times to come. All our tours are undertaken in a way that is culturally acceptable and environmentally friendly. We are firmly committed to a principle wherein the natural environment is not scarified at the altar of tourism.