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Bhutan - Travel tips

A holiday in Bhutan allows you to live an unusual experience in a country characterized by wonderful natural landscapes, rich in high green mountains and wide valleys.

In order to preserve its rich nature and the endemic animals, Bhutan has established several natural parks and protected areas, such as Jigme Dorji National Park, absolutely worth visiting. Beyond these marvellous natural environments, it is possible to find and discover amazing big cities with modern and ancient local architectures, which are points of historic and artistic interest.

During your trip through Bhutan do not forget to taste the spicy local cuisine. Red or green chili peppers are some of the main ingredients, some traditional dishes are ema datse, specialties prepared with green chili pepper dressed with a cheese sauce; phak sha Iaphu, stew pork with horseradish and bja maroo, chicken with garlic butter sauce. Indeed, the most popular drinks are sweet tea and Tibetan tea, to be drunk with butter and salt.

Local traditional markets are unmissable spots. Here it is possible to find several high quality handicraft products, such as thangka, buddhist paintings, cotton cloths and yatra, wool pieces sewn together.

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Why visit Bhutan

Bhutan is a small country located in the Asian continent. It doesn't have any access to the sea and is situated on the foothills of the Himalayan range. Its territory is mainly characterized by the presence of mountains, influencing weather conditions.

The south of the country, more precisely the areas beyond 2000, m boast a tropical climate, and are the most inhabited zones; between 2000 m and 3500 m above sea level, there is a temperate climate, while in the highest areas there is an alpine climate and the population is characterized by nomads, breeding sheep, yaks and cattle.

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