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.