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Jigme Dorji National Park

Located in the Gasa district of Bhutan sits the Jigme Dorji National Park. The second largest national park in the country it stretches well over 4000 square kilometres and has a huge variety of different species of fauna, flora and birdlife.

Any eco-tourist visiting the park will probably be most taken with its amazing biological diversity. The park itself houses a virtual plethora of endangered species and is a must see location for green travellers with a love for wildlife.


Bhutan: sustainable tourism is possible

By elena, 06/17/2011 - 02:14

A few countries including Bhutan have demonstrated that sustainable travel is a reality. Bhutan is one of the best examples where controlled tourism has been effective in ensuring the sustainability of the industry in the long run. Bhutan has received much international acclaim for its cautious approach to development that places a high priority on conserving the nation's natural and cultural heritage.

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