Bhutan

Experience something different in the land of the Druks
Off the tourist radar, the landlocked country of Bhutan, never fails to attract tourists who prefer to savour the unspoilt beauty of nature. Every nature enthusiast will be attracted by the rich bio-diversity of the country that boasts of over 46 species of rhododendrons and wildlife such as gaurs, leopards, wild pigs and red pandas.

Nestled deep within the mighty Himalayas, the land of the thunder dragon which is also the seat of Buddhism offers plenty of opportunities to those who seek to include wellness programmes in their holiday. The traditional medicine of Bhutan known as Soya Rigpa dates back to the 17th century. Traditional ailments like body aches and arthritis can be cured and the country is fast developing holistic traditional remedies to attract tourists to the country. Taking cue from the present trend, Sankalp Yoga and Retreat offers tailor-made packages to its valued customers that include natural well-being, adventure as well as something for the nature enthusiast. Yoga enthusiast and Sankalp Yoga and Retreat founder Ms. Mukta Ghosh personally takes initiative and has introduced yoga and wellness programmes in her Bhutan itinerary. For the adrenaline junkies, treks and rafting can be organized.