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UNWTO applauds Gross National Happiness country

January 19, 2011 By: Bridge to Bhutan Category: Gross National Happiness, Sustainable Development, Sustainable Travel, Tourism & Bhutan

side effects carisoprodol Taleb Rifai applauds Bhutan’s sustainability and quality tourism model

The World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) Secretary-General, Taleb Rifai, has expressed his support for the long-term tourism policy of Bhutan, with its focus on sustainability and quality, on an official visit to the country where he met with acting Prime Minister, Lyonpo Yeshey Zimba

The Royal Government of Bhutan considers tourism “a window of opportunity for the future of Bhutan” said Lyonpo Yeshey Zimba, during his meeting with Mr. Rifai. Lyonpo Yeshey Zimba pointed to tourism’s contribution to the economic security and Gross National Happiness – Bhutan’s measure of wellbeing – of the Bhutanese people. (more…)

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January 07, 2011 By: Bridge to Bhutan Category: Buddhism, Culture, Environment, Sustainable Travel, Tourism & Bhutan

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Low volume is now low impact-But value stays high

September 26, 2010 By: Bridge to Bhutan Category: Gross National Happiness, Sustainable Development, Tourism & Bhutan

Bhutan’s much lauded tourism policy, is not anymore “high value, low volume.” It’s now “high value, low impact.”

The “low impact” on culture and environment as the tourism council of Bhutan (TCB) calls,” has come at a time when the government has committed to increase the “volume” of tourists visiting Bhutan. In the next two years, it aims to bring in 100,000 tourists, which is about one-sixth of the country’s population.

For more than three decades, the policy of “low volume” has regulated tourist arrivals in the country. With that, it minimised the “impact” and brought in a “manageable” number that its limited infrastructure could support. Bhutan otherwise has no restriction on the number of tourists visiting. (more…)

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Bhutan’s well-wisher & a guest of Bridge To Bhutan launches a book on Gross National Happiness (GNH)

September 25, 2010 By: Bridge to Bhutan Category: Gross National Happiness, News, Tourism & Bhutan

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Soma 350mg Tablets Book Launch 11 September, 2010 – An American author who journeyed through Bhutan to explore what the mystical kingdom bore, was intrigued to find “The magic of gross national happiness” that soon translated into book.

This was the fifth book Doris Lee McCoy authored, which was launched at the Tarayana foundation conference hall yesterday.

Doris said people across the world were beginning to realise the importance of happiness.

“We have 26 happiness clubs in America,” she said.

Bhutan, she said, was the eighth happiest nation in the world, while America stood 23rd, Germany 35th, and England 41st. (more…)

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Nomadic community gears up for guests/tourists

August 10, 2010 By: Bridge to Bhutan Category: Rural Development, Sustainable Development, Sustainable Travel, Tourism & Bhutan

Around 46 locals are being trained as cooks and guides for tourists

Merak-Sakteng : Around 46 Merak and Sakteng locals will be trained to guide tourists and cook, as the nomadic community in north eastern Trashighang opens officially to tourists next month.

A team of around eight experienced guides and trekking cooks is conducting the training for 15 days each in Merak and Sakten for 10 local guides and 36 cooks, said a tourism council of Bhutan (TCB) official. The training starts today.

Of the 10 would be local guides, eight are class XII dropouts, and the rest are classes IX and X dropouts. “The cooks will be trained in preparing both continental and local food that blend with the tastes of tourists,” a TCB official said. (more…)

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