Who doesn’t crave for a little time away from their chaotic way of life?

Well what about this is sample itinerary for a safari in the wonderful country of Bhutan. In case your wondering Bhutan is a small landlocked country in SE Asia

With nearly 26% of the countries total acreage as dedicated Wildlife Sanctuaries, Nature Reserves, National Parks, and Conservation locations, Bhutan is sure to delight the nature lovers in you.

All of this makes Bhutan one of the best destinations to explore wildlife. If your looking for an alternate to the beaches and islands that this part of Asia is famous for then Bhutan could be for you.

As well as it’s wonderful national parks and wildlife, you can also experience its Buddhist temples and history, all with the amazing backdrop of the jaw dropping Himalaya’s

DAY 1: Jigme Dorji National Park

Covering a area the size of 4329 sq.km, Jigme Dorji National Park is the biggest protected area in the kingdom. Practically covering the entire region of Gasa district, it conquers the parts of western areas of Paro, Punakha, and Thimphu districts.

The Jigme Dorji Park is home to some of the most endangered animals on the planet. A visit here is a must for all serious animal lovers. Responsible tourism all helps with the protection of the Snow Leopard, Himalayan Balck Bears, and Red Panda’s that call this part of the world home.

DAY 2: Jigme Singye Wangchuk National Park

Jigme Singye Wangchuk National Park, which is the 2nd biggest protected national park in Bhutan and covers an area of 1723sq. km.

Originally know as the Black Mountian National Park, you can probably guess that this area covers the mountain areas of the Himalayas. This dense and diverse forest region is home to large range of fauna and flora. Some of which can not be found anywhere else on earth.

DAY 3: TrumshingLa National Park

The TrumshingLa National Park is the latest addition to Bhutan’s national park. Located in the center of the country and covering an area of approximately 768 Sq Km.

The park is home to the countries highest residing tigers, some have been seen at well over 3000m high (9000feet). This is a great opportunity for a few photo’s as once at these elevated heights the scenes on offer are amazing.

DAY 4: Royal Manas National Park

Covering an area of 1023 sq.km, Royal Manas National is the oldest secured location in Bhutan. It was developed as early as 1966 and declared as National Park in 1993. It takes pride in having more than 362 species of birds.

It is home to the following species tiger, rhinos, buffalo, bears, elephants, hispid hare, golden langur, and a lot more.

DAY 5: Bumdeling Wildlife Sanctuary

Located in the northeastern part of Bhutan, Bumdeling Wildlife Sanctuary covers a location of 1538 sq.km. It safeguards the dwelling place of snow leopard, blue sheep, tiger, red panda, musk deer, Himalayan black bear, fox, and so on. The sanctuary houses 293 species of birds. It is also is the winter the home of black-necked cranes that are searching for gets away from the extreme cold plateaus of Tibet.

DAY 6: Sakteng Wildlife Sanctuary

Stayed in the eastern area of Bhutan, Sakteng Wildlife Sanctuary with an area of 650 Sq. km is one of the unusual Sanctuaries as it was created to protect ‘Yeti’, the despiteful Snowman called as ‘Migoi’ by the locals. There are many folklore’s and urban myths about this creature, but there are no clinical evidence validating the existence of this legendary creature.

DAY 7: Torsa Strict Nature Reserve

Spreading over a location of 644sq. km, Torsa Strict Nature Reserve dwells in the significant distance at the western region in the kingdom. The preserved area spreads over to conquer 2 Dzongkhags of Haa and Samtse. Bhutan plan trip extends a trip to Torsa Strict Nature reserve, which is the only nature reserve in the kingdom that is uninhabited by human beings.

DAY 8: Khaling Wildlife Sanctuary

Spread over an area of 273 sq. km, Khaling Wildlife Sanctuary is located in the south-eastern region of Bhutan. The sanctuary sprawls over covering the Dzongkhag of Samdrup Jongkhar. With an elevation varying from 400-2,200 meters, it is the smallest of Bhutan’s preserved areas. The sanctuary is a home to gaur, elephant, and other tropical wildlife that includes uncommon hispid hare and pygmy hog.

If you fancy the natural viewArticle Submission, Bhutan tourism plans encompass direct you to Wildlife safari that will get you up close with an entire host of incredible animals.