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temple of bhutanThe northern region consists of an arc of glaciated mountain peaks with an extremely cold climate at the highest elevations. Most peaks in the north are over 23,000 feet(7,000 m) above sea level; the highest point is claimed to be the Kula Kangri, at 24,780 feet (7,553 m), but detailed topographic studies claim Kula Kangri is wholly in Tibetand modern Chinese measurements claim that Gangkhar Puensum, which has the distinction of being the highest unclimbed mountain in the world, is higher at 24,835 feet (7,570 m). Watered by snow-fed rivers, alpine valleys in this region provide pasture for livestock, tended by a sparse population of migratory shepherds.

The Black Mountains in central Bhutan form a watershed between two major river systems: the Mo Chhu and the Drangme Chhu. Peaks in the Black Mountains range between 4,900 feet and 8,900 feet (1,500 m and 2,700 m) above sea level, and fast-flowing rivers have carved out deep gorges in the lower mountain areas. Woodlands of the central region provide most of Bhutan's forest production. The Torsa, Raidak, Sankosh, and Manas are the main rivers of Bhutan, flowing through this region. Most of the population lives in the central highlands.

The Land of Thunder Dragon
Few places remain as mysterious as Bhutan. It is probably the only protected Himalayan paradise still thriving in its original natural splendor. Hidden in the eastern Himalayas between India and Tibet, it is a sparsely populated country of one million people. It is also the last surviving Mahayana Buddhist state. The Kingdom of Bhutan has remained a hidden secret, by choice, for many years. Today it has opened its door to visitors and a small number of people are welcome to explore this fascinating and mysterious land.
monk of bhutanCost to Travel to bhutan:
The minimum daily tariff is set by the government of Bhutan and can not be negotiated. These rates can be higher, depending on the nature of services. The rate is the same for all tours, cultural tours, festival tours, birdwatching and trekkking. Your tour operator will take care all of the arrangement for visas, Druk Air reservation, hotel booking, and obtaning permits to visit restricted places.

The Mandated Cost:
High Season Tariff US$200 per person per night. Low Season Tariff US$165 per person per night. Surchage: Individual travellers: US$40 per night. Groups of 2 persons: US$30 per person per night. Groups of 3 persons or more: no surcharge. July and August are low season

Visa, Passport and Visa Fee:
A visa is stamped in the passport at Paro Airport ( or entry port) during the immigration process. A visa cost US$20 and Visas are approved and issued prior to entry, with the pre-payment of travel itinerary. The visitors are required valid passport and visa to enter Bhutan, except for Indian nationals. Travelers to Bhutan must have a visa approved prior to arriving in the kingdom of Bhutan. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Thimphu issues visa to all foreign travelers.

culture of bhutanRate Undercutting Prohibited:
The Bhutan government grants a tourist visa after it receives the full tour payment from the tourist. If a tour operator offers a tour at a reduced daily rate (that is, it undercuts the tariff/rate), the Bhutan government will not approve the tourist visa.

Make sure you choose the right tour operator when you travel to Bhutan. Currently, there are more than 300 tour operators in Bhutan. You want a tour operator with experience, integrity, and quality!
Climate and Temprature:
Bhutan's climate ranges from tropical in the south, to temperate in the center of the country, to cold in the north...and like much of your adventure in the Himalayas it will be quite unpredictable. In the Thimphu and Paro valleys, the winter daytime temperature averages 60 degrees Fahrenheit during clear winter days but drops well below freezing during the night. Mid December to early January can be a beautifully clear and dry time in Western Bhutan. Late December through mid February is the period of heaviest snow fall in the higher elevations.
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