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3 Nights 4 days

Thimphu 1N Punakha 1N Paro 2N

4 Nights 5 days

Thimphu 2N Paro 2N

4 Nights 5 Days

Thimphu 1N Punakha 1N Paro 2N

4 Nights 5 Days

Phuentsholing 1N Thimphu 1N Paro 2N

5 Nights 6 Days

Thimphu 2N Punakha 1N Paro 2N

5 Nights 6 Days

Thimphu 1N Punakha 2N Paro 2N

5 Nights 6 Days

Phuentsholing 1N Thimphu 2N Paro 2N

5 Nights 6 Days

Phuentsholing 2N Thimphu 1N Paro 2N

5 Nights 6 Days

Phuentsholing 1N Thimphu 1N Punakha 1N Paro 2N

6 Nights 7 Days

Thimphu 1N Punakha 2N Paro 3N

6 Nights 7 Days

Thimphu 2N Punakha 2N Paro 2N

6 Nights 7 Days

Phuentsholing 2N Thimphu 2N Paro 2N

6 Nights 7 Days

Phuentsholing 1N Thimphu 2N Punakha 1N Paro 2N

6 Nights 7 Days

Phuentsholing 2N Thimphu 1N Punakha 1N Paro 2N

6 Nights 7 Days

Phuentsholing 1N Thimphu 1N Punakha 2N Paro 2N

7 Nights 8 Days

Thimphu 1N Punakha 2N Paro 4N

7 Nights 8 Days

Thimphu 2N Punakha 2N Paro 3N

7 Nights 8 Days

Phuentsholing 2N Thimphu 2N Punakha 1N Paro 2N

7 Nights 8 Days

Phuentsholing 2N Thimphu 1N Punakha 2N Paro 2N

8 Nights 9 Days

Phuentsholing 2N Thimphu 1N Punakha 2N Paro 3N

8 Nights 9 Days

Thimphu 1N Punakha 2N Bumthang 2N Paro 3N

8 Nights 9 Days

Phuentsholing 1N Thimphu 2N Punakha 2N Paro 3N

8 Nights 9 Days

Phuentsholing 2N Thimphu 2N Punakha 2N Paro 2N

Pricing shared on the website is per person, indicative and dynamic in nature. Pricing for special dates, festival and other peak and premium dates will change. Texatrove reserves the right to price its products accordingly.

About Bhutan

Bhutan is a landlocked South Asian Himalayan Nation. Bhutan is the last great Buddhist nation in the eastern Himalayas and is also one of the least populated countries in the region.  Thimphu is the capital of Bhutan and its largest city, it is a popular tourist spot and a mandate for your travel itinerary to Bhutan. Other Popular cities of Bhutan include Phuentsholing its financial centre, Paro where its international airport’s located and Punakha the lesser-known place out of the lot. Being a Himalayan nation it is famous for its beauty, flora and fauna along with Its centuries-old Buddhist culture that is prominent in its architecture. Bhutan was surrounded by mysticism for the world for centuries as it never promoted tourism before the late 90’s and wanted to protect its culture however since it started accepting tourist it has been a famous high-value tourism destination that is virgin and vastly unexplored. Exploring Bhutan is a delight and an unforgettable lifetime experience, if you are planning a trip to Bhutan Texatrove’s Bhutan Tour Packages have the best deals for you, also find mentioned below some tips and answers to queries related to Travelling in Bhutan.

Best time to visit Bhutan & weather in Bhutan

October to December is the best time to visit Bhutan as the sky is clear with cool sunny days. In January and February, the climate is colder and all the way up to April it is dry and pleasant. Humidity increases in the month of May.  Bhutan experiences its monsoons from June to September where days are overcast and the overall atmosphere is wet and drenched.

High Tourist Season for Bhutan :

(March to May & October to December)

The weather in Bhutan is ideal during spring and autumn. Himalayan views are the best in October. Whilst Rhododendron bloom peaks in March and April.

Medium Season for Bhutan :

(December to February)

The weather is the coldest in these months however if you want to experience snow and cold climate then this is the best time to visit. Also during this season tariffs are lower and good tourist deals are available.

Low Season for Bhutan :

(June to August)

Monsoon is at its peak during July & August, and tourist traffic is at the lowest. Bad road conditions, moist and wet atmosphere attribute to the reduction in tourism.

FAQ’s for Travelling to Bhutan

Indians do not need any visa to gain entry in Bhutan, However, an entry permit needs to be procured on arrival, and this includes producing a passport with 6 months validity Or a Valid voter identification card. For kids below the age of 12 years, entry can be gained by producing School ID Card or Photo identification proof and Copy of Birth Certificate. For infants to gain entry one has to produce their birth certificates. For adults and children alike 2 copies of passport size pictures are required that are to be submitted along with the entry permit form on arrival. Indians are issued a free of cost 14-day permits upon arrival that can be extended if required in Thimphu.

In the above-mentioned scenario If the traveller is below the age of 18 then it is required to produce a birth certificate (written In English), a valid school/ college/university photo id with the individual’s picture on the ID. All the shared documents need to be originals and have to be in English.

Bhutan currency is called Ngultrum; 1NU = 1INR. Indian national rupee is widely accepted in Bhutan. Usually, all denomination of notes is accepted, however after the November 2016 Demonetization by the Indian government  INR 500 and INR 2000  notes are not accepted by many vendors and establishments in Bhutan.

Thimphu, Paro and Punakha are the major cities in Bhutan and most popular tourist circuits. Phuentsholing is the financial hub and border town if you are crossing from India by road. Bhumthang is also a popular place but slightly difficult to reach and offbeat.

It is best to consult with your respective Banks as most of the Indian issued credit and debit cards are not valid for foreign currency usage. However, if you have a forex card or an international debit/credit card then it will be valid and accepted. But it is always recommended to carry cash for your transactions in Bhutan, as ATM’s are not widely available and very few places accept card payments.

Bhutan can be reached by either land or air from India. Direct flights from Delhi, Kolkata & Mumbai are available. You can also take a train to New Jalpaiguri, Hasimara or New Alipur Duar in the Indian Territory from your respective hometown and then take a cab to Bhutan border. You can also take a flight to Bagdogra airport in the Indian Territory from your hometown and then take a cab to reach Bhutan border.

Tourist permit for Indians can be procured on arrival; all you will need to procure a permit is the documents stated in this article above. Bhutan entry permit can also be procured online by filling a form, however this has to do at least 4 days prior to arrival and there are some norms that need to be fulfilled if you are procuring an online permit, such as you must have booked a 3 Star hotel, booked the services of a Guide. The authorities though are known to be flexible with the shared prerequisites and allow arrival anyhow.

Direct flights to Paro airport are available mainly from Delhi and Kolkata.  Flights are also available from Mumbai and Gaya but the frequency is limited and its best advised to check with the airlines if you are looking to book your travels from these locations.

Either a passport or voter id card accepted documents to travel to Bhutan. Both should have been valid for 6 months, these documents are a mandate for adult travellers.

Indian cellular services do not function in Bhutan; You will have to purchase a local Bhutanese sim if you want to access cellular services in Bhutan.

Bhutan is a no smoking country, however, you can carry a maximum of up to 200 cigarettes with you whilst entering by paying due duty on the same. For Indian cigarette brands the duty is about 100% and for international brands, it is 200%. Do not forget to declare any tobacco products on arrival at the customs to avoid any penalties later.

Indian, Bangladeshi and Maldivian nationals do not have to pay any royalties to gain passage. However, any other nationalities have to pay certain royalties to gain entry into to Bhutan, details of the same can be obtained by contacting Texatrove’s travel experts.

Depending on your body, immunity and health condition this is relative. However, Bhutan is a place where you might experience altitude sickness especially whilst travelling by roads. It’s best to stay hydrated and plan for rest days at high altitudes. It is also recommended to carry altitude sickness medication with you at all times whilst travelling.

Vegetarian food is widely available at most of the restaurants and if you are not too fond of Bhutanese cuisine, the Indian and continental cuisine is also widely available. However, it might be difficult to find a purely vegetarian or vegan restaurant and it is advised to consult with Texatrove’s travel expert for the same.

If you are a non-Indian /Maldivian or Bangladeshi travelling to Bhutan, then the government of Bhutan has set a minimum daily expenditure for you which have to be paid. This amount is $200 in lean season (June, July, August, December, January, February) & $ 250 in Peak Season (March, April, May, September, October, November) this amounts need to be paid per person per night. Other than the above mentioned you are liable to pay a $40 Visa Fee.

The above-mentioned tourism royalty is a broken down into the following Sustainability fund: 33%, Hotel: 30% (3-star hotels. We provide free upgrades to 4* and 5* accommodations.), Professional English-speaking Guide: 7%, Private car with chauffeur: 15%, Food: 11%, Road permits: 2%, Entrance to attractions: 2%.

The Royalty fee includes Airport transfer in Bhutan, Hotel accommodations, Three meals per day

Bhutanese, licensed English-speaking tour guide, Private car and driver, Mineral bottled water

Entrance fees to all attractions, Wearing Gho and Kira (traditional Bhutanese clothes) when visiting Tiger’s Nest. All Road permits & all internal taxes/charges/sustainable tourism royalty fees.

All bookings for Royalty paying foreign nationals have to route the payment through a government certified travel agent and the amount for your travels needs to be remitted in USD directly into the Bhutan government. For easing your way into Bhutan and for seamless booking it is recommended you contact Texatrove’s travel experts to help you sort everything out for you.

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