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DescriptionTucked away in the Himalayas, Bhutan has quietly remained one of the most peaceful places in the world. It's the last remaining Buddhist Kingdom in the world where, using income from tourism, agriculture and hydroelectric power, they provide free education and free medical care. On your visit to Bhutan the best thing you can do is to tranquilly take in the unbelievable natural wonders and meaningful architecture however it suits you best. Rafting, hiking, and cycling are popular offerings for guests to experience everything this country has to offer. Its immaculate environment and abidance to harmonious tradition do affect Bhutan's approach to tourism. While Bhutan's government and citizens are eager to share their traditions with visitors, they are even more eager to protect the valuable environment that they've been able to create and sustain. They require a few extra rules for travelers, so be sure to do your research.
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Kayaking and Rafting
Tshechu and Festival
Visitors to Bhutan are required to book travel and obtain a visa from a local, licensed Bhutanese tour operator or international partner in order to enter the country. Visas are processed through an online system and clearance must be obtained before coming to Bhutan. A list of tour operators can be found here.
[BTN] Bhutan Ngultrum
Paro Airport [PBH]