The beauty of Bhutan lies in its natural harmony – it’s mystical, monastic, and far, far away. Nick Niarchos takes a journey to the zen side. An hour after the twin-propeller Druk Air flight passes Everest, it circles into the steep Paro Valley and I’m struggling to take it all in: the magical Himalayan kingdom of Bhutan, the land of the Thunder Dragon, the country into which it is said only 2,500 foreigners are allowed a year and the place that Chelsea mothers announce to rapt audiences over dinner at Ziani’s as the site of their conversion to Buddhism.
By Marcela Kunova - 20th April 2017
Nicola Shepherd, founder and CEO of The Exploration Company, organises unusual trips for HNW and UHNW clients ranging from birthday parties at an Indian Maharajah's palace to reliving Sir Vivian Fuchs's 1950s expedition to the South Pole. Citywealth caught ...
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