Bhutan is a Buddhist country with numerous holy locations. Because of its serene atmosphere, it is a haven for spiritual retreat and meditation.
. Great Buddhist academics and practitioners have traveled to this remote nation throughout the ages in search of meditational self-discovery. Bhutan is regarded as a “Baeyul,” or land protected from bad spirits by Guru Rinpoche.
Near temples and monasteries high in the highlands are retreat centers and hermitages. Buddhist practitioners and monks spend days, months, and even years meditating in the remote highlands and mountains. Buddhism uses meditation as a central practice to examine life’s meaning.