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The minimum daily package covers the following services.

  • A minimum of 3 star accommodations (4&5 star may require an additional premium)even including all the meals.
  • A licensed Bhutan tour guide for the extent of your stay
  • All international transport (excluding internal flight)

It also includes:

All the internal taxes and charges a sustainable tourism Royalty $65. This Royalty goes towards free education, free healthcare, poverty alleviation, along with the building of infrastructure.

The minimum daily package for tourists traveling in a group of 3 people or more is as follows

USD $ 210 per person per night for the month of January, February, June, August and December.

USD $ 245 per person per night for the months of March, April, May, September, October & November 

These rates are applicable per tourist per night halt in Bhutan.

On the day of departure, the local agent host obligation shall be limited to provide breakfast only and any extra requirements shall be payable on usage basis.

Incase accommodation is not given in designated website will be considered unlicensed cater for the international tourist.


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Travel By Air:
You can travel to Bhutan by Drukair or Bhutan Airlines at the Paro International Airport, the only International Airport in Bhutan. We have only two carriers in Bhutan.

Drukair Flight Routes:

  • Singapore – Paro – Singapore
  • Bangkok – Paro – Bangkok
  • Delhi – Paro – Delhi
  • Dhaka – Paro – Dhaka
  • Kathmandu – Paro – Kathmandu
  • Kolkata – Paro – Kolkata
  • Gaya – Paro – Gaya
  • Bagdogra – Paro – Bagdogra
  • Guwahati – Paro – Guwahati

Bhutan Airlines Flight Routes:

  • Bangkok – Paro – Bangkok
  • Delhi – Paro – Delhi
  • Kathmandu – Paro – Kathmandu
  • Kolkata – Paro – Kolkata
  • Gaya – Paro – Gaya

Travel By Land:

Today the main roads entering the country are through Phuentsholing in the south, linking Bhutan with the Indian plains of West Bengal through the border towns of Gelephu, in the central region and Samdrup Jongkhar in the east, that link Bhutan with the Indian state of Assam.

The district of Samdrup Jongkhar in south-east Bhutan borders the Indian district of Darranga, Assam and is approximately 150 kms away from Guwahati, the capital city of Assam. The journey from Guwahati is about three hours. Tourists entering Bhutan through Samdrup Jongkhar will take you to Trashigang, and from there over the lateral route to Mongar, Bumthang, Trongsa, Wangdue Phodrang and then finally into the capital, Thimphu. The distance is about 700 kms and will take you a minimum of three days to reach Thimphu.


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With the exception of visitors from India, Bangladesh and Maldives, all other visitors travelling to Bhutan need a visa. 

Indian, Bangladeshis and Maldivian nationals can obtain a permit at the port of entry on producing a valid passport with a minimum of 6 months validity (Indian nationals may also use their Voters Identity Card (VIC)).

All other tourists must obtain a visa clearance prior the travel to Bhutan.  Visas are processed through an online system by your licensed Bhutanese tour operator directly or through a foreign travel agent.

You are required to send the photo-page of your passport to your tour operator who will then apply for your visa.  The visa will be processed by the Tourism Council of Bhutan (TCB) once the full payment of your holiday (including a USD $40 visa fee) has been wire transferred and received in the TCB bank account.  Once received, the visa clearance will be processed within 72 working hours.

At your point of entry you will be required to show your visa clearance letter, the visa will then be stamped into your passport.


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Bhutan has four distinct seasons and each season has its own beauty and charm. Bhutan is an year-round destination. So, it is entirely up to you to decide your travel period.

1.  Spring (March, April & May)

Spring is a botanist’s delight as various flowers start to bloom.and plants start budding after their long dormancy in winter. Flowers such as rhododendron, wild azaleas, and edelweiss cover the meadows like carpet and add a new sense of wonder.to the Bhutan’s landscape.

2. Summer (June, July & August):

It is an abundant time of the year as flowers are in full bloom and valleys are covered in green, weeping willows sweep the banks of many of the river and pine cone glisten in the sun, so full with risen they are ready to plummet to the ground.

3. Autumn (September, October & November)

This is the time when the entire landscape turns into golden color. The farmers harvesting their crops in the golden colored paddy fields under the crisp blue skies is just an amazing view of Bhutan’s landscape in the Autumn season.

4. Winter (December, January & February)

Winter has its moments. The days are full of sunshine while evenings can turn chilly. Soft turfs of clouds drape lazily over mountain tops as if waiting for new life to blow it across the landscape.  The winter season in Bhutan gives one a clear view of the world’s highest Himalayan mountain ranges covered in snow.


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A wide variety of accommodation is available ranging from luxurious 5-star hotels to cozy little hotels and home-stays in traditional Bhutanese homes and settings.  Visitors can be assured of their warmth and comfort of the hotels. Similarly, the ambiance and hospitality offered by the hotels are incredible.

The types of accommodations can be divided into:

1.  Hotels

2.  Resorts

3.  Farm-stays

4.  Home-stays

Additionally visitors embarking on long treks will be provided with tents and whatever other camping equipment is deemed necessary. Regardless of where they stay, visitors can be assured of their comfort and traditional Bhutanese hospitality.