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Bhutan – the last remaining Mahayana Buddhist Kingdom in the world. Bhutan is often referred to as the last Shangri-la, and three-fourths of the country is covered in forest. Bhutan’s elevation from a few hundred meters above sea level to among the highest mountains makes it one of the most diverse countries in terms of topography.
The Bhutanese landscape is characterized by rugged terrain and steep mountain valleys from subtropical plains in the south through the temperate zone to the Sub-Alpine Himalayas exceeding 7000 meters. Moreover, Bhutan is also recognized by UNESCO as one of 10 centers for biodiversity, all within a distance of 150 kilometers resulting in a sub-tropical climate to an Arctic-like climate. Photography In Bhutan
It is a country with rare mountain trails, cultures, and uninhabited places that are remote and distinct from Western civilization. Bhutan is a photographer’s paradise with its unique flora and fauna, majestic waterfalls, spectacular views, and imposing mountains. Bhutan’s unique architecture is one of the most striking physical features; the color of houses and buildings is a distinct source of aesthetic pleasure.
The Dzongs, which are 300 to 400 hundred years old, are built on a scale without the help of any drawings and hammering a single nail. The Kingdom of Bhutan is every photographer's dream destination. The beautiful snow-capped Himalayan mountain range, unique architecture, and landscape of Bhutan, distinct traditions, and festivals of the kingdom make Bhutan the photographer's dream destination.
You can take your photography talents and passion to a new height with an uplifting experience with the exciting guided photography tour that allows you to capture the beauty of the Himalayan peaks, rivers, valleys, farms, forest, birds, art, outdoor, people and the Bhutanese sports.