This small Himalayan, nestled in between China and India, is home to some of the most exquisite floral and avifaunal species in the entire globe that UNESCO has identified it as one of the top biological hotspots in the world. Bhutan’s constitution also mandates that we preserve 60% of our entire geographical landmass as forests for all times to come. These features makes Bhutan one of the most sought after destinations when it come to exploring our natural wonders.

From the endangered and magnificent White-bellied Herons and Black-necked Cranes to the exquisite golden langur and the snow leopard, Bhutan has one of the most diverse ecosystems that is home to a plethora of animal and plant species that is native only to this part of the planet.