Well-Being in Bhutan

Well-Being in Bhutan

Young monk at Chimi Lhakhang

Well-Being in Bhutan.

You will have no doubt heard about ‘wellness’ travel.

But what about ‘well-being’ travel?

Bhutan is the perfect and most natural destination for a ‘well-being’ experience. Furthermore, all the well-being benefits come to you easily, naturally and at no extra cost!

So just what does well-being mean? ….. ‘A state of being comfortable, healthy or happy’.

Just look at these wonderful examples of well-being that Bhutan will bestow upon you. No matter what type of tour or standard of hotel you choose.

  • A deeply spiritual environment
  • A highly philosophical approach to life through dedication to Buddhism.
  • Aided by meditation, incl chanting, for those keen.
  • Clean air, wonderful natural vistas & low population = very few crowds.
  • Gross National Happiness (GNH); which is now enshrined into the Constitution. Any Govt legislation must take into account the happiness of the Bhutanese people vs economic gain.
  • Sustainable & balanced approach to the environment. Bhutan has zero carbon emissions.
  • An enlightened Royal Family providing moral guidance & positive influence.
  • Smart, positive citizens who are a privilege to meet.

    Also, the Bhutanese speak very good English. There is virtually no crime against tourist visitors. You will feel safe & welcomed in Bhutan.

    Bhutan: Enlighted . Inspirational . Sustainable

    Visit soon and be sure to talk to the experts, James & Nicola, at Bhutan & Beyond.

Article by James Irving – Bhutan Travel Expert

James Irving Bhutan Travel Expert

James has worked in the travel industry for over 40 years & has been involved in the leisure, corporate, group, sport, incentive & wholesale Travel genres.

James loves rugby union, and keenly supports the Queensland Reds and the Australian Wallabies.