Bhutan is a rare country because of many things – Buddhism, mysticism, nature and festivals – but a lot of us don’t know that it is the only carbon negative country in the world. As much as 71% of Bhutan is forest land, making the Jigme Dorji National Park one of the main activities to do in Bhutan. This stunning park has a whole group of people who look after it and live there too. So along with animal husbandry, local folk, there is flora and fauna. This park is home to snow leopards and clouded leopards, the Himalayan black deer, Bengal tigers and many more. It also has 300 species of birds, the Bhutan national animal, tree, bird and national flower – making this a unique place to visit in the globe. And if that’s still not enough to tempt you, it also is home to cultural centres.