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Bhutan has famously decided to chart a fine line between development and the preservation of its traditional culture, ultimately stressing Gross National Happiness over Gross National Product. The year 2008 will go down as a turning point in Bhutan’s history.

Maybe if travelers are not use to high altitude then they should get some climbs in before they go on the Bhutan tour and climb the Tiger nest.

I saw three people that were affected by the altitude.

Although William and Kate are leaving their own children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte, behind when they embark on the trip, there will no doubt be much baby banter as the Bhutanese rulers are expecting their first child, a son, in a matter of weeks.

Dragon King Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck and his wife, Queen Jetsun Pema, shared the first photo of her baby bump since announcing her pregnancy in November.

While the monarchy celebrated its centenary with the coronation of the young King Jigme Khesar Namgyal Wangchuck, the country’s first ever elections ushered in the novel concept of democracy.

As the crack in the door widens over the next few years, the pace of change and development is bound to accelerate. With its strict travel and tourism laws, Bhutan is known as one of the world’s most expensive countries to visit – so is it worth the money?

After a while the guide did come with the slower travelers and I did go up again with him to get the guided tour of the Tiger nest.

I did see some people suffered from Altitude sickness.

What you get for your tourist surcharge is a guided tour of the country’s unique and dramatic dzongs (a cross between a monastery and feudal fort), pilgrimage sites, ancient Tibetan-style temples and spectacular festivals.

Add on a trek through pristine forests to stunning eastern Himalayan views and you can be pretty sure this will be the trip of a lifetime.

Our local guides will lead you up to the Tiger’s Nest, introduce you to monks in the prayer halls of Gangte Goemba and show you where to find Paro’s hottest Ema datshi (chili novices, watch your step).