The country offers beautiful Buddhist sites, such as the Paro Taktsang, tucked on the cliffside of Paro valley, as well as stunning landscapes rich with natural wonders. Traveling to Bhutan isn’t as easy as just deciding to fly somewhere. Visitors must be either tourists or invited by the government or some other influential individual or organization. But it is definitely worth the while.
Why visit Bhutan?
Bhutan is known for its happiness index – the GNH index – which is essentially a holistic way of measuring the happiness of the Bhutanese population. In addition, A lot of different factors contribute to the positive image of this place:
- Bhutan is a carbon-negative country (absorbs more CO2 than it produces)
- Instead of GDP, growth is measured in happiness (gross national happiness – GNH)
- Education and healthcare are free for all citizens
- Very low crime rates
…and so much more!
Bhutan looks like a wonder to the eye and the soul – a place where one can visit to truly tune off from the rest of the world for a while.
Why do I need travel insurance?
As in every case, when traveling abroad we can encounter quite a few unexpected events (both positive turn of events and maybe even unfortunate cancellations, etc.), which can lead to stress – especially when visiting a place whose language we don’t speak.
That’s why travel insurance is highly recommended and useful. Our travel policy includes medical coverage, cover for lost baggage, flight or trip cancellations, accidents, and other losses that might happen while traveling abroad.
Plan your trip!
At SoEasy Travel Insurance, we want to make your travels worry-free, and thus we aim to meet our clients’ needs with our variety of quotes (i.e., to cover the duration of your trip). Get your quote now and get ready to pack!