Preserved from the turmoil of the world, the Buddhist kingdom of Bhutan is undoubtedly one of the most majestic destinations in South Asia that can be visited by the most experienced travellers. The lands of the Thunder Dragon, enclosed between these two giants, China and India, in the hollow of the eastern part of the titanic Himalayan chain, impress the eye and calm the heart. As soon as you step on the tarmac of Paro, you are surprised by the powerful silence that reigns here, and you can already see the silhouettes of Buddhist houses and temples of traditional architecture on the horizon, made up of valleys and peaks. In a country that measures its progress by taking into account the NBB (Gross National Happiness) index, the kindness of the local population has no common measure. The Kingdom of Bhutan is a mosaic of magnificent landscapes, from the subtropical plains of the south where panthers, tigers and deer coexist, to the mountainous regions of the north - here peaks at 7,326 m the Chomolarhi - where yaks, takins, snow leopards and marmots prosper in peace... to the delight of nature lovers and trekkers! It is well away from mass tourism that Bhutan's tour guide takes you from its capital Thimphu to Taktshang Monastery, the Tiger Den, and the green Paro Valley. Welcome to the serene rooftops of the world!