Natural heritage of Bhutan is rich and diverse. Its forests occupy more than 70% of the country’s area and Bhutanese people have actively protected conserved and preserved their environment. Bhutan’s National Parks and Wildlife Sanctuaries are an essential part of the Bhutan Biological Conservation Complex, protected areas and forest corridors covering 60% of the country. Each of these parks and sanctuaries has its own special character and are home to endangered animals, birds and plants.
Whist at Bhutan you don’t have to go too far to be amidst nature. The moment you land you will find yourself in its arms. Whether you are taking an easy hike or trekking or perhaps driving to one of the valley, the nook and corner of Bhutan will not fail to amaze with its pure beauty and immense biodiversity. Spend a day in leisure watching bird or picnic in the wilderness. Bhutan maintains 35% of its 70% forest area as national parks and protected area, making it a champion in safeguarding natural habitat of many life forms. Each of these parks and sanctuaries has its own special character and are home to endangered animals, birds and plants.