If the summer heat of the Indian plains and plateaus is becoming unbearable, then a trip to Bhutan is what you might like. Mentioned here are some of the reasons which will prompt you to pick Bhutan tour packages and explore a different country.
Spirituality – Bhutan is a country with a big Buddhist population. The Bhutanese are one of the most spiritually and emotionally strongest communities in the world, with deep respect towards society and culture. There are several Buddhist monasteries scatter all over this country and, in addition, they function as a reminder about the integrity of the people. While Buddhism is Bhutan’s ‘goto’ faith, Bhutan also has historic ties to several types of animistic beliefs that are held by many now.
The happiness of the masses – While most states gauge their success in the sort of GDP, Bhutan quantifies its national abundance in the type of ‘Gross National Happiness’. The term defines a theory that means well-being of the masses should take preference over interests of increasing material wealth. Bhutanese policies are set up to the ‘GNH’ index, which is based on conservation of the environment and preparing a good government, fair social development, and cultural preservation. So if you want to surround yourself with smiling faces and cut down the stress within, Bhutan is the place to be in.
Environmental Conservation – The Bhutanese people are known for established a good bond with their natural habitat, as a result of which the majority of natural ecosystem still unhurt and pristine. Amazingly, Bhutan’s largest export is its renewable energy. The ministers of the country aim at achieving environmental sustainability with about 72% of the land area is covered with dense forests, 60% of which has already been declared as protected area.
Minimal costs – Bhutan believes in ‘high worth, low impact’ tourism. In high season, the daily minimum costs for tourists is about $250 USD, yet this fee covers a bundle which includes all internal taxes and hidden charges, including royalty, internal transportation, lodging, all meals, services of accredited guides and more. These fees go towards maintaining the ecosystem, together with relieving poverty, providing free education and free healthcare to citizens. So, if you’re planning to pick Bhutan tour packages, you’re directly adding to its growth.
Life moves at a slower pace – In Bhutan, it’s the real life that flourishes. Its Buddhist principles and materialistic, laid back lifestyle makes its people feeling connected to one another and the Earth. Life proceeds at a slower speed in Bhutan. You’d see that even the vehicles move at a speed of 20 km per hour as if there’s no hurry to fall under the been-there-done-that umbrella. If this doesn’t amaze you, then your mind will surely be blown from the fact that the capital city Thimpu does not have any street lights.
Gender equality – Over recent decades, Bhutan as improved sex inequalities within its society and is one of the most gender equal nations in Asia. While there continue to be differences between men and women in relation to employment, schooling and decision making, great care has been taken by Bhutan in summarising gender-responsive budgeting and planning as a means to support a girl child’s worth within the society.