Phobjikha valley is a protected area, as it is home to the Black Necked Cranes, who arrive in winter from Tibet and Mongolia.
Atsharas play a very important role during religious festivals, entertaining spectators.
Bhutan houses more than 700 species of birds, including the Brown-headed Barbet Megalaima zeylanica
Rice is Bhutan’s staple food, especially in the west and most farmers grow paddy.
Masks dances (Chhams) are performed during Tsechus (religious festivals). Every dance has a profound meaning.
Religion plays a very important role in Bhutan. Young boys enroll in religious institutions from a very tender age.
This view of the enthralling Paro valley is one of the delights you can savour during your treks.
The unique Bhutanese architecture is one of the most envied throughout the world.