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Bhutan Tours

Bhutan, known as the Land of the Thunder Dragon, is an endlessly alluring Himalayan kingdom enveloped in holiness and blessedness. Traveling to Bhutan allows you to travel through time back to the old life of thousands of years ago. In Bhutan you will bear witness to pristine Himalayan scenery, ancient traditional architecture, historic Buddhist sites, the happiest local people, spectacular festivals, etc. We specialize in offering you authentic Bhutan tours with the flexibility to meet your own interests, travel dates and budgets. Here are our top Bhutan Tour Packages that cover all of the most popular destinations and attractions. If you have your own idea of what would make up the ideal Bhutan tour, please feel free to contact us and we can tailor-make a unique trip that meets your needs.
Bhutan Tours 5 Days
4 nights 5 days Glimpse of Bhutan
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Bhutan Tours 6 Days
5 Nights 6 Days Thunder dragon Tours
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Bhutan Tours 7 Days
6 nights 7 days Western Bhutan Tours
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Bhutan Tours 8 Days
7 Nights 8 Days Best of Bhutan Tours
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Bhutan Tours 9 Days
8 nights 9 days Dragon Tours
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Bhutan Tours 10 Days
9 nights 10 days Himalayan Kingdom Tours
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Bhutan Tours 11 Days
10 nights 11 days Enriching Bhutan Tour
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Bhutan Tours 12 Days
11 Nights 12 Days Bhutan Peaceful Tour
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Bhutan Tours 13 Days
12 nights 13 days Central Bhutan Tour
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Bhutan Tours 15 Days
14 nights 15 days West to East Bhutan Tour
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Bhutan Tours 17 Days
16 nights 17 days Western to East Bhutan to India Tours
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Bhutan Tours FAQ

  • Thimphu, the capital and largest city of Bhutan, is 6 hours ahead of Greenwich Mean Time, and there is only one time zone for the entire country. Bhutan is 2 hours behind Beijing, China. For example, 8pm in Bhutan, is 10pm in Beijing.
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  • The voltage is 220/240 volts, using round-hole two-phase or three-phase sockets. If you take an appliance, please prepare the appropriate conversion plug. ConveMore
  • China Mobile has no signal in Bhutan and China Unicom can make and receive calls. 3G Internet access in some major towns. The main communication operators in Bhutan are Bhutan Telecom and Trashi Telecom. China Unicom can use the network of Trashi Telecom.More
  • International arrival in Bhutan, you can bring two cigarettes, a bottle of wine and a small amount of perfume or gifts into Bhutan.
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  • Traditional Bhutanese food is hot and spicy. However, for tourists, they will provide us with Chinese, Indian food and ect. Those who are adventurous and thrill seekers can try the local cuisine, Bhutan's hot local dishes; Emma Datshi is made witMore
  • Toothpaste, toothbrush and slippers are not provided in the hotel. Please bring your own. The hotel does not provide hot water for drinking or boiling water. If you prefer drinking hot water, please bring your own transformer, electric spoon, and steel cuMore
  • In Bhutan, it has strong sunlight in daytime, you’d better to wear long sleeves and trousers. In summer, the maximum temperature during the day is about 30 degrees, and the coldest place at night is between 10 and 15 degrees (in city), especially thMore
  • 1. Clothes: Be sure to bring warm clothes and jackets. Ladies are advised not to wear short skirts for climbing stairs when visiting temples.
    2. Shoes: You'd better to wear casual shoes or cloth shoes, ladies should avoid wearing high heels. It iMore
  • Bhutanese festivals have different dates on the Gregorian calendar each year. Tshechus is the most important religious holiday in Bhutan in honor of the Buddhist sage monk, the Master of Lotus. It is lasting 4 to 5 days and held at specific times of the yMore
  • In Bhutan, the local currency is Nultrum and abbreviated as Nu. Tourists can bring U.S. dollars, pounds, euros and other currencies to exchange local Bhutanese currency Nu. India played a leading role in establishing Bhutan's economic system, soMore
  • Winter is from December to February, around 15 degrees in daytime and dropping to minus at night. Summer is from June to September with rainy season, around 23 degrees in daytime and 15 degrees at night. The best season to travel is frMore
  • There are two land ports in Bhutan. One is Phuntsholing in the southwest, and the other is Samdrup Jongkhar in the southeast.
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  • It is not allowed to access to Bhutan via land from Tibet in China.
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  • Bhutan does not have diplomatic relations with China, so it is not allow to travel overland to Bhutan from China, and it can only be passed through India.
    There are two land ports in Bhutan. One is Phuntsholing in the southwest coMore
  • If economic conditions allows, it is recommended to fly into Bhutan instead of overland. Not only for saving energy and time, the most important thing is that the great shore of Himalayas can be seen on the plane. Taking off from Kathmandu More
  • 1) From China to Kathmandu:Except overland from Lhasa to Kathmandu, the flights from China to Kathmandu are Air China via Chengdu (outbound every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, and return on Friday and Sunday), China Eastern via Kunming (outbound every TMore
  • 1) From China to Bangkok:
    You can fly to Bangkok from many cities in China, such as Beijing, Guangzhou, Kunming and ect.
    2) From Bangkok to Bhutan
    There are round-trip flights everyday from Bangkok to Bhutan. It is the most convenient routiMore
  • 1) From China to Delhi:Air China direct flights from Beijing to Delhi every Monday, Wednesday and Saturday. The return trip is every Tuesday, Thursday, and Sunday. Air India direct flights from Shanghai to Delhi back and forth every Tuesday, Thursday, SatMore
  • In Bhutan, August is the monsoon season, and heavy rain can break down the road and is not suitable for travel. Although the rainy season is from June to July, the weather will be intermittent with sunny days. Winter, January and February, is relativMore
  • Each year, there are many Buddhist festivals in Bhutan. Most are all Tibetan festivals (usually in February, March, September, October and November of the Tibetan calendar). If you are interested in participating, you’d better to checMore
  • It is often said that Bhutan allows up to 6,000 foreigners to enter the country every year, but this is actually drumbeated by many domestic travel agencies to emphasize the scarcity of Bhutan travel. As far as I know, Bhutan has no limitation to theMore
  • In fact, Bhutan's visa is not difficult to obtain, but it cannot be applied by tourist herself/himself. It can only be gotten through the Bhutanese travel agency authorized by the Bhutanese government.

    Because BhutMore
  • Although it has become a trend currently, it is impossible to go to Bhutan freely unless you marry / marry a local Bhutanese. The Bhutanese government requires all tourists who travel to Bhutan must be a join in tour or private tour vMore
  • Although Bhutan is located at the southern of the Himalaya, the first impression is that it is as high as Tibet. However, actually Bhutan's altitude is not high. From latitude, temperature, and altitude, it can be compared with Lijiang, Yunnan. TMore
  • Because there is no diplomatic relations between China and Bhutan, it can only be transferred through a third country instead of direct flight. Currently, cities that open Bhutan flight routing are Bangkok, Kathmandu, Delhi, Singapore, andMore
  • Because Bhutan has no diplomatic relationship with other countries, local people are very honest and kind. We can say that Bhutan is the most safety place in the world.
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  • Bhutanese eat rice, corn, and buckwheat as their main food, and they prefer ghee, coriander, and chili. It is extremely spicy in Bhutanese cooking. Peppers are used as vegetables instead of spices. A large amount of dried peppers are aMore
  • Buildings that are more than 400 years old are not allowed to be visited in Bhutan.
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  • Visiting Congress requires non-working hours, and no photos can be taken in Congress.
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  • There are many taboos in Bhutan's family life and everyone should pay attention to them. For example, before eating, drinking, and drinking tea, they need to throw a little food, tea and wine into air to ask for blessing; they More
  • It is underdeveloped of air traffic in Bhutan. There are totally three airports, namely Paro Airport, Gelepu Airport, and Thimphu Airport. Paro Airport (PHB) is the only international airport in Bhutan, about 6 kilometers away from downtown, at an altitudMore
  • Thimphu City, the capital of Bhutan, is also the largest city in the country. It locates in the Wang River valley, at an altitude of 2500 meters. It was designated as the capital of Bhutan in 1955.
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