The Kingdom of Bhutan lays in the eastern Himalayas, with Tibet to the north, the Indian territories of Assam and West Bengal to the south and east, and Sikkim to the west. It is believed that the name Bhutan is derived from the Sanskrit'Bhotant', meaning the end of Tibet', or from 'Bhu-uttan', meaning meaning 'high land'.
Historically the Bhutanese have referred to their country as druk Yul the land of the thunder dragon. Bhutan with its 72.5 per cent total forest cover which is entirely natural and in pristine condition, is a natural habitat for a diversity of flora & fauna. An estimated 770 species of birds and 50 Species of rhododendron along with an astonishing variety of orchids are endemic to this region!
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