Triphackr’s Clint Johnston explores Bhutan with Bhutan Bokar Tours & Treks
Traveling to Bhutan has been a dream of mine since I was a kid. I remember studying the region in school and being drawn to the culture and the way idea Bhutan managed to keep itself protected from outside influences over the years. I was fascinated by the culture, architecture, and people of Bhutan. I wanted to see it with my own eyes but it would have to wait until the time was right. Fortunately, that time is now and my dream of visiting Bhutan is coming true.
However, it wasn’t until I began traveling the world that I realized why this country amazed me. I’ve been amazed by destinations from South America, Europe and Southeast Asia, but Bhutan always stood out to me. Tales from fellow travelers made my desire to visit grow stronger. The care the tourism council shows for it’s country is unique and unlike any other nation.
Bhutan has unique tourism policy high value law impact. They are able to preserve the culture and unspoiled landscapes. The well-preserved monasteries and traditions of Bhutan are unparalleled to anywhere else in the world. These are some of the things that have always drawn me to this country for such a long time.
A couple of years ago I made a list of places I had always wanted to see. These included the beaches of Northeast Brazil, the Treasury at Petra, and Taktshang, the cliff side monastery, also known as the Tiger’s Nest. I can only imagine what it looks like in person but it looks to be one of the most peaceful places on the planet. When I see for myself I am going to hold that moment with me for life. The Tiger’s Nest is worth the journey alone but there is so much more to experience in Bhutan.
I have traveled to more than 75 countries and yet Bhutan has always eluded me. It has been one of the places I want to visit most but have never had the opportunity to visit. I am thankful to have found a great Bhutan tourism company Bhutan Bokar Tours & Treks to show me their incredible country through their eyes. My goal is to share this one-of-a-kind experience with the rest of the world. With so many sites to see, the long journey will be worth the trip.
Next stop: Bhutan.
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