Published on 9th December, 2017 by Tshering Dorji Bhap
Bhutan is a carbon sink—making it one of the few countries in the world to have negative carbon emissions. Bhutan is net sink for greenhouse gases. Its forests sequester more than 6.3 million tons of carbon dioxide, which is four times more than what Bhutan emits, helping to reduce global warming.
Published on 10th October, 2017 by Tshering Dorji Bhap
Bhutan, popularly known as the happiest destination in Asia has a lot in offer. Your Bhutan trips can be action-packed or serenity-filled, as you desire. In this post I am going to write about things you can do in Bhutan.
Published on 27th September, 2017 by Tshering Dorji Bhap
Until recently, the tiny Himalayan kingdom of Bhutan remained tucked away in total isolation from the rest of the world. It is nestled in the eastern end of the Himalayan mountains bordered by India in the south and China in the north.