Travelling in Bhutan, Your Bhutan travels will be forever etched in your memory.


All tourists excluding Indian, travel to Bhutan is expensive and requires a visa and must book their tour through a local Bhutanese tour operators.

If you are travelling to Bhutan, you must come through a registered travel agency. Few countries in the world would offer what Bhutan can in terms of a variety of reasons. A trip by air to Bhutan will land you to Paro where Bhutan’s only International Airport is located. As soon as you arrive to Bhutan, one is treated to a sight of quaint temples, prayer flags and traditional Bhutanese homes.

Bhutan follows a tourism policy known as High Value, Low Impact. Therefore, all tourists, except for those from India and Bangladesh are required to pay a tariff of USD 200 to 250 a day depending on the season.

Before travelling to Bhutan, it is important to ensure you have everything sorted out regarding visa requirement, travel insurance and your itinerary either with your local travel agent or your Bhutanese partner. There is no visa on arrival in Bhutan.

Bhutan tour packages are proposed to let you experience the roots of Bhutanese culture wherever you choose to visit. Name any places to visit in Bhutan and it has a story to trace back with rich heritage and culture. Nature trips in addition to sightseeing of famous cultural heritages are an essential part of Bhutan tour packages. Bhutan tour plan is the best way to experience the charm of vibrant, beautiful Bhutan along with Bhutan Photography Tour. We also provide customized Bhutan tour packages.

Obtain your Bhutan Visa with simple processes managed by a certified Bhutan Tour operator and travel Bhutan for the magnificent Himalayan trips.

Starting in July, regional tourist travelling to Bhutan from India, Bangladesh and Maldives will have to pay a daily sustainable development fee of Nu. 1200 ($16.8) a person per night.

Bhutan Visa 

From 2020 June, visitors from India, Bangladesh and Maldives require a online permit booked through local Bhutanese travel agency. However, if you are travelling to Bhutan from elsewhere, you will need one. Bhutan Wonderland will answer all your queries on visa and permit requirements and assist you to process them right from the beginning.

After you send us your passport copies, we will then process your visa with the Tourism Council of Bhutan. You will have to make full payments before that including a $40 visa fee. Within 72 working hours, your visa will be processed. You will have to produce your visa clearance letter at the point of entry and your visa will be stamped on your passport.

For regional tourists, you will also be required to obtain route permits to travel within Bhutan. Your permits can be processed online through the online permit system and Bhutan wonderland can help you with the entire process and answer all your queries.

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8 Days Magical Bhutan Travel Plan

Glimpse of Bhutan – 5 Days

Explore all of the highlights of Bhutan’s western valleys, and is ideal for those with a limited time frame travelling Bhutan.
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6 Days Discover Bhutan Travel Plan

Discover Bhutan 6 Days

The most exciting itinerary of Bhutan covering Paro,Thimphu and Punakha all inclusive Bhutan vacation package with tour discount.
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7 Day Essential Bhutan Travel Package

Historic Bhutan Vacation 7 Days

This 7 Days Bhutan vacation package provides the perfect overview of Bhutan’s rich culture, tradition and spectacular scenery.
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Wonders of Bhutan 8 Days

This 8 days Bhutan holiday tour included a night in the stunning Phobjikha Valley, winter home of the endangered Black-Necked Crane.
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Bumdra Trek 7 Days

Enjoy a cultural tour and a popular short trek that offers breathtaking views and a view of Taktsang Monastery from the top and enjoy Bhutan’s…
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Drukpath Trek 9 Days

The Druk Path Trek is a moderate, six-day trek. This popular trek offers beautiful views as you cross the chain of mountains that separate the Paro and Thimphu…
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Jomolhari Trek 11 Days

Jomolhari trek, the most popular trek in Bhutan with altitude differences of 2,500m and nearly 5,000m, it offers a wide range of landscape, fauna and flora.
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Laya Gasa Trek 18 Days

18 days trekking plan through the mesmerizing northern part of Bhutan via the Laya Gasa Trek. This is the best if you’re a walker; explore the finest things in Bhutan.
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Bhutan How to Travel?

Everyone traveling to Bhutan can either take direct flights to Bhutan from India, Nepal, Singapore, Bangkok or Dhaka or travel by road from Phuntsholing.

The country’s only international airport is located at Paro, and landing there is a thrilling encounter. Both landing and takeoff must be performed manually, and only eight pilots in the world are certified to land and takeoff from Paro International Airport.

There are currently just two airlines flying to Paro Airport.

Druk Air, the national airlines and the independently owned Bhutan Airlines.

Two airlines Now have flights to Delhi, Kolkata, Mumbai, Bagdogra, Guwahati & Gaya in India, Kathmandu, Bangkok, Dhaka & Singapore.

Flights to and from Paro are just permitted under visual meteorological conditions and therefore are limited to daylight hours from dawn to sunset, so delays are extremely common.

If flying isn’t feasible, Bhutan has three land border crossings with India, Phuntsholing from the west, Gelephu at the central place and Samdrup Jongkhar from the east.

There are NO open boundaries between Bhutan and China.

Bhutan Tour Price

The Bhutan Tour Tariff Policy itself is a very unique, whereby every visitor to Bhutan, have to book through a licensed tour operator and pay an upfront all inclusive fees, is not practical anywhere else in the world. The tariff is also key policy instrument to promote High Value – Low Impact Tourism in Bhutan.

Tourism Council of Bhutan sets minimum selling prices for packages to Bhutan and this must be paid in US dollars prior to arrival in Bhutan.

The minimum tariff for tourist visiting in a group of 3 persons or more is as follows:

High Season Tariff – US$ 250 per person per night halt (March, April, May, September, October, and November).

Low Season Tariff – US$200 per person per night halt (December, January, February, June, July & August).

Q. How much extra do single or two travelers need to pay fora visit to Bhutan?
A. Individual tourists and smaller groups of less than three persons shall be subject to surcharge, over and above the minimum daily rates applicable, as follows: Single individual US$ 40 per night. Group of 2 persons US$ 30 per person per night

Q. How much do Bhutan Visa cost?
A. Visa fee US $ 40/ per person is payable extra and it can paid along with tour payment.

Q. What documents do i need to carry while travelling to Bhutan?
A. You need to carry your original passport copy with a validity at-least 6 months from date of expiry when your travelling to Bhutan.

Q. How can i travel to Bhutan?
A. You can travel to Bhutan by Road or by Flight. Drukair and Bhutan Airlines flies to and from Bangkok, Delhi, Kathmandu, Singapore and Kolkata.


Happiness has always been at the core of Bhutan’s development policy, which is guided by the philosophy of Gross National Happiness. Bhutan is the only carbon negative country in the world and has been recognized for its strong conservation efforts.

Unique Facts

  • Bhutan was one of the last countries in the world to start using television.
  • Bhutan the first country in the world of total band of tobacco.
  • Bhutanese people would not enjoy a meal that is not spicy.
  • All property and belongings like their homes, cattle’s, land go to the eldest daughter not son.
  • 100% Organic. It’s already illegal to import or use any chemical products.
  • Paro Airport is one of the most dangerous airports in the world. There are only 8 Pilots they can do this.
  • Ministry of Happiness.

Bhutan Travelers Story

Fantastic Bhutan Vacation Experience


Totally loved the short 3 days Thimphu, Paro experience. Highlight of it is the hiking to Tigers Nest. What spectacular experience it is. Drukson was so helpful from the start. Planning for it, communication throughout, arranging everything, etc. He’s an expert in foreign tourists arrangements. Also kudos to our guide Niwas, Driver Kinley for takings us around everywhere.

Shri Nivas
Boston, Massachusetts