The small kingdom of Bhutan, Druk-yul, the land of the Thunder Dragon, paradise in the midst of high mountains, lush forests and where the happiness of its inhabitants is valued by law. The Druk-pa, inhabitants of Bhutan, lived almost isolated until the 1970s when the country opened up to tourism. So it is not surprising that in Bhutan culture and traditions have survived almost untouched and unchanged, far from Western influence. In the same way, the monasteries, temples and ancient buildings have been perfectly preserved and continue to perform their function uninterruptedly for centuries.
In short, a land that will welcome you with kindness, following its slow daily rhythm.
With so much to see and do, it can be hard to choose an activity.