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Tiny Paradise is one of the profound tour operators in Bhutan for its quality, reliability and personalized travel service. We are also committed to responsible travel with minimum impact on the environment and local communities. 

For us, travel is about experience; the experience of being involved with a place and its people and therefore bringing you closer to the cultures, cuisines, traditions, natural beauty and change. It is more than a way to unwind oneself, but to discover new places and on the way to discovering oneself. Our small group journeys are created keeping these in mind. They are escorted by finest local guides and who share our passion and value. Our commitment to exceptional service means that our Managing Director and Top managers are on standby 24/7. Once you have booked the trip, you will be provided with urgent contact numbers and email addresses of the MD's and Manager of your trip.

As a cost effective measures, we refrain from mass advertising, and instead focus on guest services. We believe in building satisfied customer. We are a ‘can do’ set-up. If at first you cannot find exactly what you are looking for, we can help. Our team offers a bespoke service with a wealth of experience and knowledge to guide you on where you wish to go and the sights you will want to see. Come and join us for an exceptional Bhutan experience with our unparalleled service. 

Bhutan is one of the world's most exclusive tourist destinations. Whether you are an adventurous mind, a spiritual soul or a pleasure tourist, Bhutan has everything to satisfy your thirsty mind. From short walks to arduous treks - Bhutan has everything to satisfy the daring trekkers. Our cultural tour package takes the tourists to the unique aspects of Bhutanese culture including visit to sacred festivals and pilgrimage sites. 

The fascinating excursion to villages, temples amidst the festivities of Nature takes the nature lovers closer to Nature. The various types of tour programmes can be modified as per tourist's choice, specification and other logistics.

Tiny Paradise is an officially licensed Bhutanese tour operator (License Number: ) by the Tourism Council of Bhutan, and active member of ABTO (Association of Bhutanese Tour Operators). We aim to provide the best planned, best-led and most enjoyable trip in Bhutan whether your interest is nature, adventure or cultural. You are in safe hands.

About Bhutan

National Flag

The national flag was designed in 1947 by Mayum Choying Wangmo Dorji and modified in 1956 to take its final shape. The Bhutanese flag is divided diagonally and exhibits a white dragon or a Druk across the middle. The upper part of the flag is golden yellow, representing the secular power of the king, while the lower part is orange, symbolising the Buddhist religion. The dragon, white in colour, is a symbol of purity, representing Bhutan. The jewels held in its claws epitomize the wealth and perfection of the country.

National Flower

Blue poppy or Meconopsis grandis, which grows at high altitudes of the alpine meadows of Himalayas, is the national flower of Bhutan. Despite its pretty and delicate appearance the blue poppy has the power to endure harsh weather, especially winter, and blooms to its full beauty in spring.

National Animal
The national animal is the Takin (Burdorcas taxicolor), an extremely rare bovid mammal of the ovine-caprine family. It lives in herds in the steepest and most thickly wooded declivities of native mountains at an altitude of 4,000 metres (over 13,125 feet), and eats bamboo. It can weigh as much as 250 kilograms (550 pounds). In summer, Takins form large herds (up to 300 at a time). They go into cover at midday and come out late in the afternoon. Locally they are known as Dong Gyem Tsey.
National Sport
The national sport of Bhutan is archery. Animated competitions, usually accompanied by a banquet, are a part of all festive occasions. Contests take place throughout the year. Since time immemorial, Bhutanese have been passionate about their national sport of dha (archery). Competitions are a riot of colour and excitement, usually accompanied by a banquet, and are a part of all festive occasions.
 

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