Maps of Bhutan. Detailed road, administrative, physical and topographical maps of Bhutan. All cities of Bhutan on the maps.
Maps of Bhutan:
- Physical map of Bhutan. Bhutan physical map.
- Political map of Bhutan. Bhutan political map.
- Administrative map of Bhutan. Bhutan administrative map.
- Map of Bhutan with major cities. Bhutan map with major cities.
- Color administrative map of Bhutan. Bhutan color administrative map.
- Detailed guide map of Bhutan. Bhutan detailed guide map.
- Detailed travel map of Bhutan. Bhutan detailed travel map.
- Detailed tourist map of Bhutan. Bhutan detailed tourist map.
- Detailed political map of Bhutan. Bhutan detailed political map.
- Detailed road and administrative map of Bhutan. Bhutan detailed road and administrative map.
- Detailed administrative and relief map of Bhutan. Bhutan detailed administrative and relief map.
- Large regions map of Bhutan. Bhutan large regions map.
- Large location map of Bhutan. Bhutan large location map.
- Large topographical map of Bhutan. Bhutan large topographical map.
- Large administrative map of Bhutan. Bhutan large administrative map.
- Large detailed tourist map of Bhutan. Bhutan large detailed tourist map.
- Large detailed physiography map of Bhutan.
- Large detailed administrative divisions map of Bhutan with major cities.
- Large detailed political map of Bhutan with roads, major cities and airports.
Bhutan – short description:
The population is very sparse and mostly concentrated in Thimphu, the capital. Bhutan is a kingdom state led by both monarchs and priests and the official language is Dzongkha, as well as numerous other dialects, although English is widely spoken, being integrated in the educational system.
The land is rich in striking contrasts depending on the different regions offering three distinct climates. The inner Himalaya is temperate, rich in forestland and populated by boar, bear and sambar, while the Higher Himalaya region features breathtaking mountain slopes home to a variety of different species, including blue sheep and snow leopard. In the foot hills the climate is tropical with lush vegetation, including wild orchids as well as bountiful wildlife; one can spot different animal species, such as deer, leopards, tigers as well as the rare golden langur monkey.
Traveling through the country must be organized by tour operators, planned and registered at the Bhutan government. The number of tourist allowed to visit is also limited to preserve the environment as well as the social and cultural stability.
Bhutan is very rich culturally and historically, one can visit the country’s largest monastery in Thiumphu, the National Library where holy scriptures and books are kept or even the National Museum of Bhutan in Paro where one can admire antiques, weapons of Bhutanese artifacts. Throughout the country majestic temples rise in the valleys as well as many superb ancestral homes offering spectacular views in the dramatic backdrop of Bhutan’s beautiful landscape.