Eco – Tourism

Eco – Tourism 2017-09-19T03:00:35+00:00

Ecologically diverse and rich, Bhutan is the perfect place for lovers of ecology, mainly flora and fauna. Animals and plants that have become extinct or are on the brink of extinction are found in huge numbers in the country. Just like any other region, Bhutan also faced the challenge of preservation and development. However, under visionary leaders, a perfect balance was achieved and today, communities live in harmony with nature. The perfect examples are the people of Phobjikha valley, Wangduephodrang, and Nabji – Korphu in Trongsa.

Khensom Tara Travels brings to you some of the eco-trails Bhutan has and the wealth of flora and fauna seen on these trails.

The beauty of Bhutan’s oldest Park – Manas

The beauty of Bhutan’s oldest Park – Manas
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The Nabji – Korphu Trail

The Nabji – Korphu Trail
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Scouting the Black-Necked Cranes

Scouting the Black-Necked Cranes
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Amidst the Rhododendrons

Amidst the Rhododendrons
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