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Less is more when it comes to Bhutan. With a lttle more than half a million people, Bhutan is one of the smallest countries in the world. However, with visionary leadership, bountiful nature, and the good fortune of the people earned through pure thought and action, the quintessential elements of Buddhism to which the country owes its origin, Bhutan today stands as a living testimony of harmony and balance. Its people are considered to be some of the most happiest. A policy of high value, low volume that the government has put on tourist arrival means that only a few people ever manage to visit this paradise.
Phuensum Norgay Tours and Trek delivers exclusive tour packages to everybody who wants to be among the very fortunate few experiencing this country. With our international awareness, and local sensibilites, we cater to all your need from finding the best places to unravelling the mystery that makes the country the last Shangrilla on earth.
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