Bhutan Tourist Destinations And Travel Guide
In an area known as Druk-Yul or Druk Tsendhen, i.e. the land of thunderous dragons, Bhutan is home to a wealth of Buddhist art and the last Himalayan empire, shrouded in Buddhism, magic and mystery.
Bound by India and China to the south and north respectively, Bhutan is a closed country and is a small empire firmly established within the Himalayan mountains.
Interestingly, Bhutan has successfully tolerated its independence for centuries and is one of the few nations in the world that has never been ruled.
Aside from its amazing natural beauty, Bhutan also has a strong sense of culture that unites the world and is a major factor that sets us apart from our neighbours.
1. Visa: With the exception of citizens of India, Bangladesh and the Maldives, everyone entering the country must obtain a pre-arrival visa, which is processed online by licensed Bhutanese tourism providers (domestic and their international partners). There is no need to visit the Bhutan embassy in your country.
2. Pre-Payment: A trip to Bhutan requires that your trip be paid in full and addressed to the Bhutan Tourism Council. It is only after the payment that Visa will be issued/cancelled.
3. Low Low Impact Tourism: A small daily package is required for tourists as per the policy adopted by the Bhutan Tourism Council. Includes the following services:
Licensed Travel Guide
For tourists entering the country in groups of 3 or more, the following rates apply:
200 USD / person/night for the months of January, February, June, July, August and December
250 USD / person/night for the rest of the year
Located high in the Himalayan mountains, Bhutan can be geographically divided into 3 regions, namely Western Bhutan, Eastern Bhutan and Central Bhutan.
It includes 6 counties, a circuit in western Bhutan to allow you to attend the Haa summer festival and get deeper into the ancient culture of the Haa people and visit many temples, museums, and dzongs in Thimpu and the recently launched Takin festival.
Places to Visit
Easily one of the least explored parts of the Bhutan state; this is a perfect place for adventure lovers and bathed in virginity something that combines high peaks and trails of green forest.
Places to Visit
Providing rich details about the country’s political history, the area is popular among historians with its famous religious and historical sites as well as monasteries and temples. Moreover, with its vast subtropical and alpine landscapes, the region is blessed with pure beauty.