Bhutan Travelog is one of the best guidebooks to Bhutan that you can find! It has a lot of great visuals that brought the place to live. And there are even QR codes where you can scan to watch videos on certain Bhutanese festivals, etc. It’s definitely a great book for those who are planning a trip to Bhutan. The myths and legends of the different places, as well as personal experiences from different travellers are very interesting. Highly recommended read. – Amazon Review
Until recently, Bhutan has been relatively unknown. In many minds, it is a mystical secluded place. Bhutan is gaining popularity as a travel destination, owing to the credits of international media features and Bhutan’s skilful management of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Over the past fifty years, Bhutan has gradually emerged from centuries-long self-isolation to meet modernisation demands. It has been careful with its choices and decisions on the road of development and progression. While Bhutan has opened its doors to the world, a ‘High value, Low volume’ tourism policy still guides the country to ensure that its unique culture, identity and natural environment will continue to be protected from external influence.
Bhutan Travelog aims to provide readers with insights into the country’s history, values, customs, as well as travel tips and recommendations. This book also includes 9 exclusive first-hand stories from diverse travellers who have been to Bhutan to provide a glimpse into this idyllic country.
About the Author
Joni Herison has been involved in Bhutan’s tourism industry for more than a decade. He is the Managing Director of Druk Asia, one of the pioneering Bhutan tour operators outside of Bhutan. He has a deep love for the kingdom and has played a pivotal role in connecting Bhutan with travellers from all over the world. Joni has travelled to Bhutan 31 times and is a cherished friend of the kingdom who has built excellent rapport with the Bhutanese community. Joni has travelled to Bhutan over thirteen times.
Ashley is an avid traveller who enjoys learning about the different creeds and cultures. Aside from her passion for writing and photography, she is a curious wanderer with a philosophical streak, constantly seeking to discover more about herself and the world around her.She contributes to the Bhutanese society by sharing her expertise in the non-profit sphere and acts as an international consultant to the Gyalyum Charitable Trust in Bhutan. She is also the editor of Daily Bhutan, an independent news outlet that brings the latest news, educational features and inspiring stories from Bhutan to a global audience.
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