Bhutan Geography

Bhutan is heavily forested and situated in the eastern Himalayas and mostly mountainous the country Bhutan is a landlocked country. 88 km wide territory, divides Bhutan from Nepal, while West Bengal separates Bhutan from Bangladesh by only 60 kilometers. Also, the country is bordered 470 kilometers by Tibet to the north and northwest and for 605 kilometers by India's states of Sikkim to the west, West Bengal to the southwest, Assam to the south and southeast, and Arunachal Pradesh to the east. With this varieties of Geography structure Bhutan has many attraction for tourist visitor into the country. Trexmount Ventures organizing the  Bhutan tours with truly awesome verities of land scape from it's Geography structure. Bhutan's highest peak, at 7,554 meters above sea level, is north-central Kulha Gangri, which is near to the border with China; the second highest peak, Chomo Lhari, dominates the Chumbi Valley in the west which is 7,314 meters above sea level; nineteen other peaks top 7,000 meters. In addition, to the north, the snow-topped great mountain range reaches heights of over 7,500 meters above sea level and extends along the Bhutan-China border. These regions are watered by snowy rivers; alpine valleys which provide pasturage for farm animals, a thin population of nomadic shepherds work for it.

In the central Bhutan, the Black summit is a foundation for a breaking point between two major rivers, the Mo Chhu and the Drangme Chhu. The mountains in the mountain range between 1,500 meters and 2,700 meters above sea level, and the flowing rivers have engraved out of stunning gorges in the lower mountain areas. In the south, the southern hills or Siwalik Hills, the foothills of the Himalayas, are enclosed with dense forest, lowland river valleys, and mountains that reach to around 1,500 meters above sea level.

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