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The unspoiled environment of Bhutan encloses the richness of flora that makes the place to admire. Therefore Bhutan has been listed as one of the ten hot spots of biological diversity in the world. Bhutan is cover with over 70% of its total land area under forest cover and home to one-fifth of the world’s plant species and two-thirds of the most endangered species of plants and animals.

The forest of Bhutan is a host to more than 5500 species of plants, over 300 species of orchids and 675 species of birds. There are 300 species of medicinal plants and over 600 species of orchids including another 50 species of rhododendron.

You can explore one of the world’s last untouched place of Flora from February to June which will be captivated by its natural beauty, mystical religion, vibrant culture, and charming people. You will be accompanied by highly knowledgeable local and to know in better way talks on botany and wildlife by leading nature conservation specialist of the country too can be arranged.