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Bhutan Temple
Bhutan

Bhutan Honeymoon Retreat 7 Days / 6 Nights

Rekindle your passion for Travel, dive into New cultures and create lifetime moments with your significant other with our Bhutan Honeymoon Package.

Visited Locations
  • Paro town
  • Paro Temple
  • Taktshang Monastery
  • Drukgyel Dzong
  • Kyichu Lhakhang
  • National Museum
  • Dumtse Lhakhang
  • Chimi Lhakhang
(5)
Andaman Island shore
Bhutan

Andaman Island Escape Tour 14 Days/ 13 Nights

Experience Asia's Version of Greece's Santorini Island, the Andaman Islands and experience the orient of Asia with amazing coastal scenery & monuments.

Visited Locations
  • The Glenburn Penthouse
  • The Victoria Memorial
  • St John’s Church
  • The National Library
  • textile Museum
  • Chimi Lhakhang
  • Taktshang Monastery
  • bird watching at Jakarta
(5)
Thimpu Resting Area
Bhutan

Splendors of Amankora Tour 8 Days / 7 Nights

Join us on an Amankora trip through the hidden realm of incredibly beautiful landscapes and discover a unique culture and heritage in the mountain kingdom.

 

Visited Locations
  • Thimphu
  • The National Library
  • Textile Museum
  • Buddha Point
  • Trashichhoedzong
  • Taktshang Monastery
  • National Museum
  • Paro Chhu river valleys
(5)

Travel Guide

The Himalayas City of Punakha

Punakha, Bhutan is well known for Punakha Dzong; a fortress built on the Pho and Mo Chhu rivers. Enjoy the valley city and have the chance to catch the magic of its nature and history.

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Thimphu: The Capital of Bhutan

Thimphu is in the heart of Bhutan and it is the capital of the Himalayan Kingdom. It is the most modern city of Bhutan with a lot of Buddhist temples and sacred places to visit.

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The Outstanding Fortess of Tashichho Dzong

Capture the biggest and most popular landmark in Thimphu, Bhutan known as the fortress of the glorious religion. It houses the throne room and some government ministries.

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Frequently Questions

We would highly advise against using or consuming tap water while in Bhutan and prefer you stick to consuming mineral water, that is readily available in Hotels, shops and at tourist sites, as tap water is not safe to drink. The cuisine in Bhutan has a large collection of vegetable dishes due to the number of vegetarians in the country and the food is delicious. We would, however, advise you to stay away from Salads as unclean water might have been used in washing it & request that they reduce the amount of chilli in the food as Bhutanian Cuisine includes lots of it and you should be good to go.  

The answer is Yes as long as you are not a citizen of India, The Maldive or Bangeladis then you’re gonna need a visa to enter teh country. Visas for foreigners are obtained via an online system through a licenced Bhutanese tour operator or a foreign travel agency, with a photo page of your passport sent to you to the travel Operator. As for the Cost of the Entry Visa, it stands at a 40$ us dollar fee.  

Bhutan enjoys a unique location on the southern slope of the Eastern Himalaya Mountains & landlocked by two neighbouring countries, the Chinese region of Tibet from the north & the Sikkim states of India.  

Our personal recommendation for when to visit this amazing region in Asia, with the internet sharing our same opinion would be between September to November & from March to May. The reason we chose those two dates is that not only is the sky at its clearest, allowing you to fully enjoy the natural beauty around, but also teh marvellous vision of the blooming flowers.  

The official currency in Bhutan is the Ngultrum, Indian Rupees are also accepted as payment as long as their lesser than 500 cash. The exchange rate for 1 US Dollar is 74.93, for the Canadian Dollar it’s 56.02, For the Euro, it’s 87.85 and finally, for the sterling pound, it’s 96.81. As for venues to exchange some of your currency for the local currency, they will mainly be your Hotel, at the airport, at local banks & for a better deal on exchange rates than the banks some shopkeepers may be able to perform the exchange for you.

To say that Bhutan is safe to visit is somewhat of an understatement, as it is definitely safe to Visit Bhutan. A testimony to its reputation as a safe vacation destination are the testaments of its many visitors saying that even scams were unheard of in the country during their time there. The same goes for solo female travellers.  

The standard Voltage of Electrical supply in Bhutan is 230V with a frequency of 50 HZ, so if your appliances use a standard voltage of 220 to 240 you will be good to go. Picking up a combined power plug adapter & voltage converter is definitely something to look into before heading to Bhutan.  

You have nothing to fear in that department as although the official language is Dzongkha, a language derived from Tibetan, English is widely used by the people of Bhutan. To add to that many of the tools you will be needing throughout your travel are actually written in English such as road signs and Governmental documents so it should be relatively smooth sailing for you in Bhutan

This might be a new piece of information for you but its one of the main reasons why Bhutan stands out and offers a unique and distinct experience over its Asian brethren. Bhutan separates itself as being the only carbon negative country in the world which translates into the clear fresh air, clear skies, beautiful scenery and untouched wildlife all providing for an exceptional experience.  

We could go on and on about the many things that make Bhutan stand out, whether is its amazing monuments such as the Taktshang Monastery, Paro Chhu river valleys

Or the National Library, THe one thing that Bhutan is known for however is its natural beauty & forests that cover 72% of the countries total area.