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Bhutan Travel Info

Bhutan Visa
The entire tourist must obtain a visa previously to travel in Bhutan. Bhutanese visa is process through licensed tour operators. Ganga Jamuna Adventure Treks is allowed to obtain your Bhutanese visa. You are required to send us your scan passport (at least 6 month valid) copy by mail.
Tourist from Indian, Bangladesh and Maldives has option obtaining their visa at entry point directly. Indian nationality also can visit Bhutan with their election card.
Your prior Bhutanese visa will be in paper, you will be required to show that in your point of entry than your visa will be stamped into your passport. You are suggested to bring few passport sizes of pictures.

Getting to Bhutan

By Air: - there is flight schedule from Kathmandu Nepal to Paro almost every day throughout the year. There are two airlines companies flying from Kathmandu to Paro. In fine weather, you can enjoy the spectacular view of Nepal Himalayas Mt. Everest, Lhotse, Makalu and Kanchanjunga during your flight. It is only 1 hour’s flight from Kathmandu. There are optional flight route from Delhi, Bangkok, Kolkata, Bagdora, Guwahati, Mumbai and Singapore.
By Land: - Phuentsholing is the nearer destination by land entering Bhutan from Nepal. Fly or drive to Biratnagar and enter India from Kakadvitta of Nepal. You also have to have Indian visa entering to Bhutan from this route.  

Tourism Policy of Bhutan
Tourism policy is controlled by Royal Government of Bhutan. The Royal Government of Bhutan recognizes that tourism is a world-wide phenomenon and an important means of achieving socioeconomic development, particularly for a developing country like Bhutan. It believes that tourism, in affording the opportunity to travel, can help to promote a deeper understanding among people and to strengthen ties of friendship based on a deeper appreciation and respect for different cultures and lifestyles.
Tourists are kept to a manageable level through a government regulated tourist tariff. This all inclusive tariff covers all food, accommodation in 3 star hotels, transport and guide services. Camping equipment, haulage service in trekking package is also included in this cost.  A minimum 3 star accommodation package is USD 250 per person in season. Visa charge of USD 40 is extra from this package. January, February, June, July, August and December is low season and discount rate has provided by Bhutan government. 

Accommodation
Accommodation in Bhutan is based on 3 star hotels with normal packages. There is option to choose luxurious 4 and 5 star hotels and resorts with additional cost. There are homestay facilities which are typical and traditional home of Bhutanese family. You will enjoy delicious home cooked meals and supreme hospitality of Bhutanese host. Home stays are located only at Bhutanese countryside, far from noise and crowds.   

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