The most impressive natural sights are the snow-capped peaks of the high mountains in the Himalayas. The highest peaks in Bhutan are over 7,000 m (23,000 ft) high. It was a great view from the Dochula Pass.
The national animal of Bhutan is the Takin. It is a curious looking animal, it looks like a cross between a goat and a cow. It is as high as a large cow, but not quite as heavy. Other than that I didn't see any animals. You have to hike deep into the mountains to see anything else.
The Himalayas from the air. (572k) Moon over the mountains near Paro. They were around 3,000 m (9,800 ft) to 4,000 m (13,100 ft) high. (665k) View of the High Himalayas in the distance from Dochula Pass. (707k) View of the High Himalayas in the distance from Dochula Pass. (665k) View of Gangkhar Puesum, the highest mountain in Bhutan (7,570 m (24,840 ft)). It is the highest unclimbed mountain in the world. (625k) View of Gangkhar Puesum while on approach to Paro. (545k) View of Jomolhari (Chomolhari), the second highest peak in Bhutan, west of Paro. (792k) View of Jomolhari while on approach to Paro. (489k)