All You Need To Know About Bhutan Travel

Bhutan Travel
Celebrate Bhutan with Locals
Festival in Bhutan
Drametse Ngacham
Trekking in Bhutan
On the way to Laya Gasa Trek

A tiny country nestled deep within the high Himalayas, known as the “Land of the Thunder Dragon” is one of the most fascinating countries to visit in the world. Bhutan tour could be easy . We have Compiled all you need to know about Bhutan Travel.

Bhutan Travel Cost


The Royal Government of Bhutan sets the minimum Bhutan daily package rate which must be paid in US dollars prior to issuing a visa . The cost is as follows

  • $250 – per person / night (March, April, May, September, October & November)

    • $200 – per person / night (January, Feburary, June, July, August & December)

The minimum daily package rate includes:

  1. Bhutan Visa
  2. Internal taxes and charges (including the royalty)
  3. Tourist standard accommodation
  4. All meals
  5. Licensed Bhutanese tour guide
  6. Transportation

 Why is it so expensive ?

Well out of the daily tariff of USD 250; USD65 per night per person goes to the Government. The Government uses this money for the country’s economy growth like for free education, free hospital and infrastructure.

The kingdom of Bhutan today remains as one of the last ventured destinations. Television was introduced just a few decades back and Bhutan does not have traffic lights even today. That is how the Bhutanese people would like to keep it. Thus the carefully managed tourism policy of the government based on ‘High value, Low impact’, in essence: ‘take nothing but memories, leave nothing but footprints

So what is here for you to experience: A journey of a lifetime? You can experience the uniqueness of the Kingdom, the smiling and happy people which you will encounter in the country, the beautiful landscape, rich cultural heritage, devoted people, the nature, the festival, simplicity of High lander and lots more.

How do I send Payment to Bhutan

You can either make the international wire transfer or use Bhutan Payment Gateway to make the payment.

To make international wire transfer to Bhutan, you have to provide the correspondent Bank addresses of Bhutan Bank which you can find here


Bhutan Visa

All the visitors visiting Bhutan needs to produce Bhutan Visa.

You can contact any licensed  tour operator like Bhutan Best Inbound Tour for your Bhutan Visa.

Bhutan Travel Tips


The currency of Bhutan is Ngultrum. It is in par with Indian Rupee.  Approximately, 1 US Dollar is about Nu.70 . The foreign currency can be changed at Airport or at any of the banks. The Acceptable currency of exchange are USD, Singaporian Dollars, Pounds, EU Dollars, Yen, Canadian Dollar and Indian Rupee. Bank ATM also accepts VISA Card / Master Card and traveler’s cheque.


The accommodation in 3* properties and Home Stay is already included in Daily Tariff. You can always pick up the hotel of your choice of the similar standard and discuss with your Tour Operator. However if you want to upgrade to 4* or 5* , you may need to pay the additional premium.

3.Best Time To Visit

The Spring (March, April and May) and Fall(September, October and November) are the best time to visit Bhutan.


Make your Bhutan tour complete by visiting authentic Bhutan Craft Markets, Emporiums and Textiles. The wide range of Bhutan made art and craft includes handicraft work, Paintings and bamboo products.

To be a part of this enthralling place you can have your own Bhutan experience through this guided list of Things To Do In Bhutan .

Things To Do in Bhutan

Trekking in Bhutan

Trekking in Bhutan
Earn A Reward of Breathtaking Landscape

One can’t satisfy oneself just by praising the magnificence of Bhutanese hills and mountains from a distance of view. To know those landscapes closely, one must come out of the comfort zone and choose to go on a trek to these steeps. It is a lifetime adventure. Hiking the slopes, campfires, and going down the hills as teams are more joyous than they sound.

Trekking in Bhutan is a unique experience. The variety of treks range from a simple 3 days trek from the district of Thimphu to Paro (and vice versa) to the 25 days legendary Snowman’s Trek that takes veteran trekkers through some of the most exquisite spots in the country. The Snowman Trek is also labelled the world’s toughest trek as it goes over 12 mountain passes, all of them over 4,500m.

Druk Path Trek , Jumolhari Trek , Dagala Thousand lake Trek , Laya Gasa Trek & Snowman Trek are few of the popular Treks

Bhutan Cultural Tour

Be a Local

Bhutan is a country where ancient culture thrives in the best possible way. The Bhutanese have slowly and steadily marched towards progress but they have always been grounded to their beliefs and traditions. A Bhutanese man or woman must wear the traditional Bhutanese attire whenever the visit any religious or judicial premises in Bhutan. This not only keeps the tradition alive but also instills a sense of integrity and cultural pride in the people.

To penetrate through Bhutanese culture few things that you can engage yourself would be

Sleep under the rafters of an ancient’s farm house.

Add a recipe to your cook book by learning the art of making Emadatsi

Relish your Taste to the coarseness of locally brewed alcohol, Ara

Rest by a bonfire to drift away to the soothing melody of folklore music

Get mesmerized with the intricate pattern of Bhutanese Architecture

Make a wish by building a miniature stupa out of mud or flour

Get married in Bhutan like a royal couple

Renew your wedding vows the Bhutanese style

Meet the floating Goddess at Chumphu

Milk a cow and try your skills in cheese and butter making Enjoy the meal with locals

Try out a home stay

Capture the sunrise at Tiger’s Nest

Festivals in Bhutan

Bhutan is rich in cultural diversity and this richness is further enhanced by the wide variety of elaborate and colourful religious festivals. Every village is famous for its distinctive festival and the most widely known are the annual Tshechu, a religious festival. These religious celebrations are high-spirited affairs and lively during which people exchange and share meals of red rice, spicy pork, and Ema whilst drinking the heady traditional rice wine known as Ara. One must visit Bhutan during these festivals.

Few things that you may enjoy during festival

Join the locals in their finest attires and relish their festival meals

Realize the meaning of life through the acts of dances

Meet and take selfies with the Atsara, the jester of the festival

Enliven your spirit with a sight of giant scroll (Thongdrel)

Receive blessings from rare display of sacred relics

 Dress in Bhutanese costume by choosing your favourite colour

Spirituality & Wellness TourBhutan Cultural Tour

Bhutan is the last bastion of Mahayana Buddhism, a spiritual practice that is known to be one of the most profound schools of teaching in the Buddhist world. The sacred monasteries that sit precariously on sheer cliffs, the fluttering prayer flags that line the high ridges, the red robed monks who chant through the day and night give this kingdom an aura that comes from another time.

You may try to

Spread merit by hoisting prayer flags

Practice yoga amid the serene environment

Sooth your soul with your favorite book by the riverside

 Sit with monks through the chanting of prayers

Discover your inner-self with meditation

Take part in annual rituals with the locals

Take lessons on Buddhism from a Buddhist master

Light thousand butter lamps and make a wish

Rejuvenate with herbal and hot stone bath

 Heal your mind with yoga and meditation

Immerse in natural Himalayan hot spring Try our indigenous therapies

Experience undisrupted calmness of nature

Try your skills with organic cooking from a selection of your favorite organic food

Enjoy a session on meditation with a renowned master

Treat your lungs with a breath of fresh air everyday

Bhutan Nature Tour

Bhutan is marked by raw natural beauty where the dense foliage changes dramatically as the sub-tropical jungles at sea level merge into a fertile temperate zone and rises up to the great northern glaciers. The pristine environment is home to exotic wild life and is the last refuge for endangered species like the Black – Necked Crane, the Blue Sheep, the Golden Langur, the Takin and even the Royal Bengal Tiger.

Feel the fresh grass under a blanket of stars

 Add 565+ species of birds in your ornithology dictionary

Spot wildlife from a boat on the Manas river

Take a leisurely walk through the pristine nature

Hike through the tapestry of Bhutanese colors,

 Explore the wild array of flora and fauna

Scroll through protected national parks

 Relieve city stress in nature’s lap These are the few activities that you can engage in while in Bhutan. Bhutan can

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5.Off The Beaten Path
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