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travel to Bhutan

edited April 2013 in Europe

Dear all


may i introduce myself as inbound travel agent based in Bhutan. Iam looking foer the outbound tour operator who is keen to promote travel to bhutan pacakge. cantact me at [email protected]


  • edited May 2013
    Travel to Bhutan is expensive and not easily undertaken. However, the
    unspoiled scenery and fresh mountain air make it very worthwhile. Here
    are some quick tips for making your Bhutan travel arrangements.
    The Bhutanese Government is very reserved about allowing visitors into
    the country. Independent travel to Bhutan is opening up but it's not
    something the Government encourages. Generally, visitors to Bhutan must
    either be tourists, or guests of the Government. The only other options
    for visiting the country are to receive an invitation by "a citizen of
    some standing" or a volunteer organization. All tourists must travel on a
    preplanned, prepaid, guided package tour or custom designed travel
    • Everyone traveling to Bhutan requires a visa, except for Indian
      passport holders. Visas are issued for a duration of two weeks, and cost
      $20. Your visa will be placed in your passport when you arrive at
      Immigration control at Paro airport.

    • If you fly to Bhutan, you must use the national airline,
      Druk Air. The only airport in Bhutan is located at Paro. Druk Air flies
      to Paro airport from Bangkok (Thailand), Kathmandu (Nepal), New Delhi and Kolkata
      (India), Dhaka (Bangladesh) and Yangoon (Myanmar). Expect to pay
      around $360 one way for a flight from Delhi to Paro, and $240 from
      Kolkata to Paro.
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