Map + Stats

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Capital City: ThimphuLand: Area (sq.km): 38,394

Currency: Ngultrum’

Population: 553,000

Doctors: 122

Hospitals: 29

Indigenous hospitals: 1

Education (2003)
Private Schools: 18
Community Schools: 188
Primary Schools: 90
Lower Secondary Schools: 77
Middle Secondary Schools: 23
Higher Secondary Schools: 16
Institutions: 14

Transport & Communications (2002)
All Roads (km): 3,919.81
Bridges: 383
Registered Vehicles: 23,068
Telephone Connections: 21,071
Postal Infrastructure: 109

Time Zone: GMT/UTC +6Dzongkhags (Districts): 20

Language: Dzongkha

Life expectancy (1994):
Male (years): 66.0
Female (years): 66.2

Safe drinking water (%): 78

Health Coverage (%): 90

Agriculture (2003)
Forest (%): 72.5
Pasture (%): 3.9
Agriculture (%): 7.8
Horticulture (%): 0.1
Settlement (%): 0.1
Others (%): 15.6

CLIENT SAYS:



" Bhutan is one of the most attractive destinations worldwide, not only for all nature lovers, but also for people interested in cultural and historical trips. While organizing next groups in the future, we are going to cooperate closely with our exclusive partner – Wangchuk Tours and Treks.
Thank you very much."


Dr. Michal Kohn
Albatros Travel and Expeditions – Czech Republic
General Manager