About Bhutan

Some Bhutan Facts:

Determining the best time to visit Bhutan depends largely on your preferences and interests. Generally, the most popular seasons for travel to Bhutan are spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November). During these times, the weather is mild and pleasant, with clear skies and comfortable temperatures, making it ideal for exploring Bhutan's stunning landscapes, cultural sites, and trekking routes. The spring season brings vibrant colors as the rhododendrons bloom across the hillsides, while autumn offers clear views of the majestic Himalayan peaks.


If you're keen on experiencing Bhutan's rich cultural heritage and traditional festivals, known as tshechus, consider planning your visit during these peak seasons. Tshechus are held throughout the year, but some of the most renowned ones take place in spring and autumn. These festivals showcase Bhutanese culture through colorful masked dances, religious ceremonies, and community gatherings, providing an immersive insight into the country's traditions.


Alternatively, if you prefer to avoid crowds and are interested in lower prices, you might consider visiting Bhutan during the off-peak months of summer (June to August) and winter (December to February). During these times, the weather can be more variable, with occasional rain in summer and chilly temperatures in winter, especially in higher altitude areas. However, traveling during the off-peak seasons offers the opportunity for quieter exploration, closer interaction with locals, and a more intimate experience of Bhutan's natural beauty and cultural treasures. Ultimately, the best time to visit Bhutan depends on your personal preferences and what you hope to experience during your journey to this enchanting Himalayan kingdom


History of Bhutan:

Bhutan's history is characterized by its unique blend of Buddhism, monarchy, and isolationism. It has maintained its independence for centuries, largely avoiding colonization. The Wangchuck dynasty, which began in 1907, brought stability and modernization. Bhutan transitioned to a constitutional monarchy in 2008, marking a significant political milestone.



Nestled in the eastern Himalayas, Bhutan boasts diverse landscapes, from subtropical plains to snow-capped mountains. Its rugged terrain has preserved its rich biodiversity, including rare species like the Bengal tiger and black-necked crane. Bhutan is renowned for its stunning valleys, pristine forests, and majestic peaks.



Bhutan's population is around 800,000, comprising various ethnic groups such as the Ngalops and Sharchops. Vajrayana Buddhism is deeply ingrained in society, shaping customs and traditions. Bhutanese society values harmony with nature and spiritual well-being, as reflected in its Gross National Happiness philosophy.



Bhutan's culture is deeply rooted in Buddhist traditions, evident in its vibrant festivals, intricate architecture, and colorful arts. The Bhutanese embrace traditional dress, with the gho for men and kira for women. Festivals like Tshechus celebrate religious events and serve as cultural showcases, featuring masked dances and rituals.


 Visa Information:

Travelers to Bhutan require a visa, which must be arranged through a licensed Bhutanese tour operator. Additionally, visitors must book their trip with a licensed tour guide and adhere to minimum daily spending requirements set by the government. Bhutan's visa policy prioritizes sustainable tourism and cultural preservation.



Capital: Thimphu

Population: Approximately 800,000

Currencies: Bhutanese Ngultrum (BTN), with an 

exchange rate of about $1 = BTN 74.5 (as of my last update)

Official Language: Dzongkha

Government: Constitutional Monarchy

King: King Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck

Religion: Vajrayana Buddhism (Buddhism is the state religion)

National sports: Archery is the national sport of Bhutan.

Main revenue Source: Tourism and hydroelectric power

Calling Code: +975


As for the language spoken in Bhutan, Dzongkha is the official language and is widely spoken throughout the country. Additionally, languages such as Tshangla, Lhotshamkha (Nepali), and others are spoken by various ethnic groups within Bhutan.


 Bhutan Visa Information

For processing visas, we need to have a clear passport photocopy (photo should be very clear) of the clients 15-20 days before the travel date.

All tourists (excluding Indian, Bangladeshi, and Maldivian passport holders) who wish to travel to Bhutan require a visa and must book their holiday through a Bhutan tour Operator Company or one of their international partners. The tour operator will take care of Visa arrangements for visitors.

 Indian, Bangladeshi, and Maldivian nationals can obtain a visa at the port of entry by producing a valid passport with a minimum of 6 months validity (Indian nationals may also use their Voters Identity Card (VIC)).

 All other tourists must obtain a visa clearance before traveling to Bhutan. Visas are processed through an online system by your Bhutanese tour operator, directly or through a foreign travel agent.

You are required to send the photo-page of your passport to your tour operator who will then apply for your visa. The visa will be processed by the Tourism Council of Bhutan (TCB) once the full payment of your holiday (including a USD 40 visa fee) has been wire transferred and received in the TCB bank account. Once received the visa clearance will be processed within 72 working hours.

 At your point of entry, you will be required to show your visa clearance letter, the visa will then be stamped into your passport.


Since the Department of Tourism issues visas only upon receipt of full payment in advance, tour payment has to be transferred to our account at least 3 weeks before the travel date. Airfare needs to be sent at the time of issuing tickets.

 Flight booking:

We need complete names (as in the Passport) of the clients to book seats. Without names, it is not possible to book seats. A Ticketing Time Limit (TTL) is given & we need to issue the ticket within TTL expires.

 Cancellation policy on Tour: Best Breitling Replica Watches

Once a visa is processed & tour programs booked and subsequently canceled shall be subject to the following charges:

 a) within 30 days of the start of the program

  No charge ( Except flight ticket Cancellation)

 b) within 21 days

 - 10% of the rate

 c) within 14 days

 - 15% of the rate

 d) within 7 days

 - 30% of the rate

 e) less than 7 days or cancellation

 - 50% of the rate

 f) Less than 2 days or Cancellation without Notice

 - 100% of the rate

 Cancellation policy on Airfare:

a) Before 30 days: no cancellation charge but have to pay US$ 25 per person as a documentation charge.

 b) 11-30days: 50% cancellation on airfare + US$ 25 per a person as documentation charge.

 c) 10-04 days: 75% cancellation + US$ 25 per person as documentation charge.

 d) Below 03days: 100% cancellation

 Note: The above-given rates are based on the present Govt. rates. If there is any change in the Govt. rates, we have to revise our costs accordingly.

 Cost Info

Cost includes:-

Private transportation By Tucson / Innova or land cruiser / Hiace/Coaster

All necessary travel and Trekking permits

English-speaking Bhutanese guide.

Accommodation on a single/twin room basis.

Sightseeing and monastery entrance fees as per the itinerary

Meal plan: Full Board Basis

Bhutanese Visa fee

Flight Fare: Kathmandu- Par- Kathmandu or other destination

Cost excludes:-

 Insurance of any kind.

Additional costs due to natural calamity and unforeseen circumstance

Personal expenses such as drinks guide tips &, etc.