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Nature and Scenery 


Welcome to the Bhutan Center, your gateway to the breathtaking Nature and Scenery in Bhutan. Immerse yourself in the unparalleled beauty of our kingdom, from the mesmerizing Birdwatching sites to the majestic peaks like Jomolhari and Kangkar Punzum. Explore the pristine wilderness of Jigme Dorji National Park and Royal Manas National Park, home to diverse flora and fauna. Discover cascading Waterfalls that adorn our landscapes, offering moments of serenity and wonder. Let us guide you on an unforgettable journey through Bhutan's natural wonders.



Bhutan is an ornithologist's paradise. Densely covered in lush forests and protected habitats, the country currently boasts an impressive 754 bird species. Bird lovers will be mesmerized by the beauty of these feathered creatures in their natural habitats. Here in Bhutan, they thrive in the many protected areas, wildlife sanctuaries and biological corridors. One of the 50 rarest birds in the world, Imperial Heron and the majestic Black-necked Crane can also be observed in Bhutan. The peak season for birding activities is from March through May.


Some of the endangered birds found in Bhutan are;

  1. Black-necked Crane

  2. Chestnut-breasted Partridge

  3. Dark-rumped Swift

  4. Eurasian Peregrine Falcon

  5. Ferruginous Duck

  6. Great hornbill

  7. Imperial Heron

  8. Satyr Tragopan

  9. Ward’s Trogon

  10. Yellow-rumped Honeyguide



Jomolhari or Chomolhari sometimes known as “The Bride of Kangchenjunga”, is a mountain in the Himalayas, straddling the border between Yadong County of Tibet, China and the Thimphu district of Bhutan. The north face rises over 2,700 metres (8,900 ft) above the barren plains. The mountain is the source of the Paro Chu (Paro river) which flows from the south side and the Amo Chu which flows from the north side.


Kangkar Punzum

Gangkhar Puensum or Kangkar Punsum is the highest mountain in Bhutan and the highest unclimbed mountain in the world, with an elevation of 7,570 metres (24,836 ft). Its name means "White Peak of the Three Spiritual Brothers" in Dzongkha. Gangkhar Puensum lies on the border between Bhutan and Tibet, China. After Bhutan was opened for mountaineering in 1983 there were four expeditions that resulted in failed summit attempts in 1985 and 1986. In 1999, a Japanese expedition successfully climbed Liankang Kangri, a 7,535 metres (24,721 ft) subsidiary peak (not an independent mountain), mountaineering has been banned in Bhutan.


Jigme Dorji National Park

Covering an area of 4349, Jigme Dorji National Park is the largest protected area in Bhutan. The park stretches from warm-broad-leaved forest to permanent ice fields and glaciers. Popular landmarks in the area are Mt. Jomolhari, Mt. Tsherimgang and Mt. Jichu Drakey. Wildlife species such as Black Bear, Blue Sheep and Takins are found here.

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Royal Manas National Parks

Royal Manas National Park (RMNP) is located in the eastern Himalayas and forms part of the ten global biodiversity "Hot Spot". The Park constitutes an integral part of the protected areas in Bhutan due to its strategic location. Towards the north it is bordered by Jigme Singye Wangchuk National Park and to the south it forms a trans-frontier reserve with Indian Manas Tiger Reserve, a world heritage site and connects Phipsoo Wildlife Sanctuary from west, Khaling Wildlife Sanctuary in the east and Thrumshingla National Park in the north-east through biological corridors. RMNP located in south central part of Bhutan and covers jurisdiction of three districts namely Pemagatshel, Zhemgang and Sarpang.



The rugged mountains and precipitous ravines of Bhutan are even more scenic with the addition of a waterfall. These pristine waters originate at icy glaciers and fall to the valleys below. Areas surrounding the waterfall are cool, refreshing and the perfect picture spot. You’ll see many waterfalls along road trips to different parts of the country. The twin waterfalls in Panbang under Zhemgang dzongkhag is a hot attraction on your way to river rafting adventures in the south. The waterfall drops into a big pool of fresh water where locals swim in the hot summers. Another popular destination is one of Bhutan’s biggest waterfalls in Wangdiphodrang, on your way to Tsirang. The roads are not very car-friendly so we recommend hiking towards this wonder. The hike to Taktsang Monastery also features a small but stunning waterfall.


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Thank you for considering OMG Experience for your exploration of the majestic kingdom of Bhutan. We are committed to delivering an unforgettable journey enriched with rich culture, stunning landscapes, and the warm hospitality of Bhutan. Our team of experienced travel experts is dedicated to tailoring your trip to your preferences, offering a perfect blend of adventure, relaxation, and cultural immersion. We look forward to helping you create lasting memories in Bhutan.

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