Bhutan is the eastern rock of the Himalayas and has been sandwiched between Tibet and India. Bhutan's have many dramatic scenery with winding mountain passes, snow-capped peaks, waving prayer flags and lively rhododendrons against a backdrop of religion and colorful culture. Mythology in the land of the Thunder Dragon, you can hike through amazing valleys and cross highways visit isolated villages and explore the countless jongs (forts) and small Buddhist monasteries that are in the landscape point. Then, take a tour of the unforgettable which dramatically extends to the sacred Tak Tsang Monastery beside the vertically forested granite cliffs and trek across the picturesque Paro Valley to the base of Chomolhari, observing the glaciers and magnificent views across Bhutan's second highest mountain. Himalayan peaks from frames of colorful rhododendron flowers. Or become one of the few people to join the challenging Bhutan, being considered the largest trek in the Himalayas, being the most remote area in Bhutan. Explore local culture and beautiful clothing and handicraft shops in Thimphu, the fun capital of Bhutan, and watch local dances, cheers and plays from traditional Bhutanese archery competitions or see local history and mythology come alive at the Bumthang Jambe Lakhang Festival. Whichever way you choose to travel to Bhutan, you will be mesmerized by the amazing culture and the humble people of Bhutan.