Bhutan Tourism has been strategically limited so that traditional culture can be preserved and nurtured. The people of Bhutan are highly religious people and therefore it is important to show respect and understanding for local traditions and way of life, especially while visiting sacred places of religion.
The tourism industry in Bhutan is founded on strong principles such as conservation of our environment and preservation of our culture, and to follow such principles tourism must be environmentally and ecologically friendly, socially and culturally acceptable, and also economically viable. Tourism is cautiously monitored and the number of tourists is kept to an environmentally controllable level.
Tourists may experience Bhutan only on full package tours for which a fixed tariff is set by the Royal Government of Bhutan. Tariff is inclusive of the following services: accommodation & all meals, transportation, guide, entrances fees to museums, monuments and cultural sites, and additionally a cultural program for visitors traveling in a group of three or above.
Advance payment in full for the entire tour must be sent to Bhutan Nomad Adventures by Bank transfer, within the specified time frame. Services are confirmed subject to advance payment only. We will provide full information on remittance of tour payment when we outlay your requirements.
It is advisable to remit payment for DrukAir flights 2 months in advance. This will help us to obtain confirmed seats on the requested flights.
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Please contact Bhutan Nomad Adventures for specific costing for your requirements.
No Hotels give confirmation in advance and we can only provide Hotel Names and details 21 days before arrival.
Arrive by Air:Bhutan has two national airlines: Drukair and Bhutan Airlines. Direct flights to and from our international airport in Paro connect you to Bangladesh (Dhaka), India (Bagdora, Gauhati, Kolkata and New Delhi), Nepal (Kathmandu), Singapore, and Thailand (Bangkok).
Arrive by Road: There are four official entry points by road from India: Samtse and Phuentsholing (in western Bhutan), Gelephu (in central Bhutan), and Samdrup Jongkhar (in eastern Bhutan).
Please check with Bhutan Nomad Adventures for any information.
On land cost: – within 5 weeks 50%. Within 4 weeks no refund.