Snow leopards and Himalayan black bears are among the residents of Jigme Singye Wangchuck National Park, two rare predators occupying a landscape that’s never been interrupted by man.
All of Bhutan is remote and unconnected. Just imagine the remote atmosphere when you visit national parks. Habitats collide, subtropical green blurring into temperate forest and alpine white.
Imposing peaks look down on pine forests and some of the world’s rarest birds find a place to roost. With a Bhutanese guide you will walk in this far-flung national park, admiring the harmony of flora and fauna.