Bhutan is a country which always believes in preserving the traditional valuables and respects its natural resources. And following its footsteps, Jigme Dorji National Park not only houses the distinct flora and fauna but also provides them with all the essential resources, facilities and care.
Stretching over an area of 4316 square kilometres, Jigme Dorji National Park is the second largest national park of Bhutan. Named after Jigme Dorji Wangchuck, the third king of Bhutan, it is the crown jewel of the country due to the treasures that it holds within its boundaries.
The peaks of some of the tallest Himalayan mountains, such as Mount Jomolhari and Mount Jitchu Drake, are visible from here and provide a scenic view. In fact, apart from being naturally rich, its cultural value is also appreciable. Gasa Dzong and Lingshi Dzong are a part of this national park, both being historically and religiously prominent monasteries.
The different species of animals, reptiles, birds and butterflies shows how diverse and vivid nature is. The flowers which blossom here are colourful and vibrant. They make the atmosphere picturesque and fragrant. The overall environment of the Jigme Dorji National Park is tranquilising and captivating, tempting people to visit here over and over again.
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