The Geography of Bhutan is the tiny Kingdom of Bhutan lies hidden in the folds of the eastern Himalayas sandwiched between the two giant countries of India in the south and China in the north. With a total area of 38,398 sq kilometers, approximately the size of Switzerland, Bhutan is a mountainous country except for a small flat strip in the southern foothills is known as the last Shangri-La of Himalaya. In the north, we border with Tibet, the autonomous region under China, the Indian state of Arunachal Pradesh, and in the south with the Indian states of Assam and West Bengal. Sacred mask dances and folk dances are performed by the Central Monastic Body, as well as the public of a particular district.
Note: For groups of less than three, the Royal Government of Bhutan imposes surcharges; surcharges are separated from minimum daily tour prices. You can also visit the Tourism Department official website http://www.tourism.gov.bt/plan/minimum-daily-package