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Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

1. How can I process Bhutan Visa?

1. How can I process Bhutan Visa?

The Visa can be processed only through a licensed travel agent in Bhutan. As per the norms of the Tourism Council of Bhutan, your visa shall be approved only upon making your full advance payment to the concerned Tour operator. However, to ensure the security of your advance payment, the payment shall directly go to the Tourism Council of Bhutan’s account. Upon receiving the amount, the Council will process the visas. To process the visa you will have to send in the filled in Bhutan Visa form and a colored scanned passport copy to the concerned Tour operators like us. Please note that the passport validity must be more than six months for the approval.

2. Is it necessary to pay the money in advance?

2. Is it necessary to pay the money in advance?

YES, only upon receiving the full payment in advance, the Royal Government of Bhutan Approves your Visa. Prior to the Full payment, the Government of Bhutan does not entertain the approval of Visas unless you are a Government Guest (Diplomats and Personal guests).

3. When is the best time to travel Bhutan?

3. When is the best time to travel Bhutan?

The most popular times are March, April; May, August; September, October and November. These times are also deemed in Bhutan as the high Tourist season as it provides so much to the tourists in terms of favorable climatic conditions, multi-hued and spectacular scenes inclusive of festival colors and green natural vegetations, which are so enticing especially for the photographers. However, Bhutan is branded as a year-round destination and it can be explored at any point of time. But one thing you must keep in mind: it is cold in winter and warm in summer.

4. What kind of hotel do you use?

4. What kind of hotel do you use?

We use the three or four stars which are approved by the Tourism Council of Bhutan. These are in fact the standardized hotels for those guests who pay the minimum daily tariff fixed by the Royal Government of Bhutan. However, for luxury travelers, we use five stars upon paying extra which is exclusive of the minimum tariff authorized by the Government.

5. What are the packages included in the cost?

5. What are the packages included in the cost?

The following are included in the package cost:

  1. Government Royal of $65 (Daily) per person.
  2. Three or Four Stars Hotel (Accommodation).
  3. All Meals.
  4. An English Speaking Guide. However, you will have to pay extra for Language speaking Guide. We have French, Japanese; Chinese and German speaking Guides.
  5. Daily Drinking Mineral Water.
  6. Entry Fees for Museums and other important sites.
  7. Transportation Services for all sight-seeing. We provide imported Japanese made luxury vehicles equipped with a highly trained and experienced chauffeur.
  8. Which are the entry and exit point by flight?

6. Entry and exit points by Druk Air Flights:

6. Entry and exit points by Druk Air Flights:

  1. Bangkok to Paro.
  2. Katmandu to Paro.
  3. Delhi to Paro.
  4. Calcutta to Paro.
  5. Singapore to Paro.
  6. Dhaka to Paro.

7. Entry and Exit points by land:

7. Entry and Exit points by land:

  • Phuntsholing.
  • Samdrup Jongkhar.
    Note: these are the two border towns with India.

8. Can I customize the tour?

8. Can I customize the tour?

YES, we do provide the self-tailored tours based on the convenience and interest of our clients. For customized tours, you have to send us the details when you book your tour with us. We give our best assistance to you especially in providing information that can be useful to customize your trips so that it gives you the worthy of your investment. Customized trips also give ownership that gives more satisfaction and joy after the end of your trip.

9. What are the things I can do in Bhutan?

9. What are the things I can do in Bhutan?

In Bhutan you can do the following Activities:

  1. Cultural excursions.
  2. Trekking.
  3. Hiking.
  4. Walking tours.
  5. Pilgrimage Tours.
  6. Birding tours.
  7. Rafting.
  8. Participate in Festivals.
  9. Visit to farm Houses.
  10. Photography.
  11. Mountain biking.
  12. Filming.
  13. Biking (motor bike).
  14. Wedding or witness Traditional Bhutanese wedding ceremony.

Note: we also have others that can be tailored to suit the needs and choice of our clients.