Nature | Tourism Council of Bhutan (Official Website) - Despite its small landmass Bhutan has a remarkable abundance of flora and fauna and is one of the most biologically diverse regions of the world. The terrain is incredibly rugged and there are huge variations in altitude. The northern regions of the country consist mostly of snowy mountains and glaciers but range from subalpine conifer forests to broadleaf forests in the central region and dense subtropical forests in the south.
The golden-headed langur is considered to be one of the world’s 25 Most Endangered Primates, and is assumed to have declined by over the last three generations. There are about less than 70 langur left in the world
Flora & Fauna The country's forest have 7000 vascular Plants, 360 Orchid Species,46species of rhododendron and about 500 species of medicinal plants. Bhutan is home to 770birds species that include 16 globally threatened species. rare and endemic species like the golden languor also roam the jungles of Bhutan an the country is true biodiversity heaven for nature lovers and specialists.