Bhutan, one of the least visited destinations in the world, has re-emerged with new hotels, activities, travel options, and revamped tourism policies after a pandemic shutdown. The country is unique due to its Buddhist monarchy, Himalayan location, and long green history. Bhutan is the first carbon-neutral country on earth and measures its domestic success with a Gross National Happiness index. It is home to the Yeti and a diverse array of wildlife, including Bengal tigers, leopards, elephants, red pandas, monkeys, black bears, and the rare takin. In 2024, there are several reasons to visit Bhutan.