Bhutan Travel Information

Bhutan Travel Information

Bhutan travel information is main element and  need to know before visit in Bhutan. Bhutan general information will play vital role where you want travel in Bhutan.Traveling in Bhutan by air is best way to explore the nation. Bhutan  international airport in Paro and  called the Paro International Airport fly from all over the world. Bhutan is land of the  Dragon world as well as very famous for Bhutan packages tour and Bhutan trekking packages. Travel in Bhutan is lifetime remarkable trip beyond the imagination.

Tour in Bhutan is really incredible lifetime journeys with its natural beauties  similarly  trekking in Bhutan too hence we Himalaya Journey Trekking arrange all type of Bhutan package tour as per travelers desire around the year. Bhutan is popular travel destination in Asia. Bhutan tour  offer beautiful Himalayan views, lush valley, beautiful landscape, Tibetan monasteries & Temples. Bhutanese travel agency will provide all details information about Bhutan . If you surfing in internet Travel agency in Bhutan near me , you will get thousands of Bhutan travel company but look after their legal document for secured journeys in Bhutan.

Bhutan travel information Major highlights

Travel in Bhutan by air

The best way to enter Bhutan is by Druk Air, Bhutan's National Flag carrier. Druk Air has flights from India (Delhi & Calcutta), Nepal (Kathmandu), Thailand (Bangkok) and Bangladesh (Dhaka). Druk Air is the only air operating TO/FROM Bhutan.

Bhutan travel by land 

By land, one can enter or exit Bhutan from Phuntsoling, the southern Bhutanese border town that is soon connected to West Bengal state of India. For travellers willing to visit Darjeeling, Sikkim and Nepal, Phuntsoling serves as a best connecting point. Exit from Bhutan can be made from Samdrup Zongkhar also. This frontier town is approximately three hours drive from Guwahati, the capital city of Assam state of India. Samdrup Zongkhar is the only other authorised exit point in Bhutan from where you can make further visit to other parts of India. As per government rule, it is mandatory to travel at least one way to/from Bhutan or both. 

Bhutan visa informaiton 

A visa is required for traveling to Bhutan and it is processed and arranged by travel agents in Bhutan. No foreign mission grants tourist visa. Once you've decided to participate in one of Around Himal's Bhutan programs, our partner agent in Bhutan will take care of your Visa preparation. Please download this <Visa Application Form> fill it carefully and mail it to us at least four weeks prior to date of your proposed travel, for processing it with the concerned authorities. Please include four copies of a recent passport size photographs. Actual visa is stamped on arrival in Bhutan while visa is cleared in advance and a visa clearance number issued. Once we've gone through this process and received a clearance number, we will confirm your travel.

Bhutan customs and Regulation

The Bhutanese authorities strictly prohibit the export of any religious antiquity or antiques of any type. All personal electronics, cameras, video cameras, computers and personal electronic equipment may be brought into the country but they must be listed on the Customs form provided on arrival at Paro and will be checked on your departure. Two liters of Alcohol and reasonable quantity of cigarettes may be brought in to the country without duty.

Bhutanese currency 

Bhutan's unit of currency is the Ngultrum (Nu), which equals 100 Chetrums. It is at par with the Indian rupee, itself a legal tender in the kingdom. One US dollar is exchanged for roughly 44 Ngultrums. Tourists can exchange traveller's cheques or cash at the Bank of Bhutan or at any authorised hotels. US dollar, Australian dollars, pound sterling, Euro, French and Swiss francs, German marks, Dutch guilders, Hongkong dollars, Singapore dollars, Thai bath or Japanese yen are all accepted currencies.

Accommodation in Bhutan 

Hotels vary in style and quality but are generally considered one of the welcome surprises for visitors. There is a variety of hotels in Bhutan, ranging from simple huts that cater to Bhutanese yak herders to Paro's fancy Olathang Hotel, which was built for royal guests. There is no International chain of hotels and not much imported hotel equipment. To be more precise, what you get is a Bhutanese version of what the tourists expect. In most cases, the facilities and service are good. The Tourism Authority of Bhutan approves the hotels for the International tourists.

Bhutan Photography and vedio

The photography opportunities in Bhutan are immense. Photography is permitted nearly everywhere in Bhutan and the local population has no aversion to being photographed. If you wish to record the local people, their houses, shops etc, always ask by gestures if it is okay to do so. Photography inside the Dzongs and Monasteries are not permitted. Please follow our guide's instruction carefully while visiting Dzongs, monasteries and religious institution.