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  • Getting into Bhutan

    Bhutan was opened to the outsiders in the early 1960s. Earlier Bhutan was accessible only on foot. The two main entry points to the country was from Tibet and India. From Tibet one had to cross the high passes, whereas from India, tourists would enter mainly from Assam and west Bengal. But today, the country is also accessible by air…

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  • Visa information

    Bhutan Visa is a must for every foreigner entering Bhutan. The visa has to be processed by local tour operators, such as our company Adventure Club Trek. No foreign mission or embassy abroad grants tourist visa. For the visa, a passport is required which must be valid for until at least 6 months after you leave Bhutan. The Druk Air…

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  • About Bhutan

    The Kingdom of Bhutan is synonymously known as the Last Shangri-La. It is located between two giant neighbors- India and China. Bhutan is a tiny landlocked country that preserves the biological diversity. It covers 38,364 square kilometers. According to a survey, the total population of Bhutan is 6,97,000. Thimpu is its capital city of this picturesque country, but the only…

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  • General information related to Bhutan…in depth

    Language: Dzongkha is the official language of Bhutan. Other widely spoken languages are Nepali, Bumthap, Sharchop and Hindi. English is understood and spoken by majority of people in major towns and is the medium of education in schools. Time: Bhutan time is 6 hours ahead of GMT, 30 minutes ahead of India, 1 hour behind Thailand and 15 minutes ahead…

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  • Airport/Customs Formalities

    All your baggage must be affirmed and cleared through the customs on arrival at the entry. Personal effects are permitted free entry. All visitors are required to complete a customs form and hand it over to the customs authorities on arrival. All articles for personal and professional use must be declared on the customs form. The baggage allowance by Druk…

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  • Electricity in Bhutan

    Electricity in Bhutan is 230 Volts, alternating at 50 cycles per second. If you travel to Bhutan with a device that does not accept 230 Volts at 50 Hertz, you will need a voltage converter. There are three main types of voltage converter. Resistor-network converters will usually be advertised as supporting something like 50-1600 Watts. They are light-weight and support…

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  • Foreign exchange and Banking

    The ngultrum is the Bhutanese currency. There are denotations of Nu.1, Nu.5, Nu.10, Nu.20, Nu.50, Nu.100, Nu.500, Nu.1000. it is subdivided into 100 Chhertum in which Ch. 20, Ch. 25, Ch. 50 and Nu 1 is mostly in use. Indian currencies are also in use where 500 and 1000 INR are not accepted. There are banks that give you the…

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  • Accommodation in Bhutan

    Bhutan has a small hospitality industry. However, all towns have hotels and lodges and all tourist lodges, hotels, and resorts are registered with the Department of Tourism. There are some international standard hotels in such touristy area as Paro, Jakar, Punakha, Gangtey and Thimphu. A few 5 star luxurious hotels have also been opened mostly in Thimpu and Paro. Bhutan…

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  • Best Time to Travel Bhutan

    September, October and November are the peak seasons for Bhutan travel. So, they are regarded the best seasons to visit. We recommend you to book flight and hotel earlier that avoids full occupation. March and April are great seasons to see the blooming flowers. June, July and August are the heavy rain falling seasons. Even many travelers start to visit…

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  • Health and Safety (Bhutan)

    Our all staffs are well experienced travelers and sharing since 1 ½ decade to achieve the traveler's ambition. In fact, we specialized in the Himalayan travel and we all are from Himalayan region with plenty of local knowledge, which is a key factor to provide the standard service to our clients. Our all services based on client's safety and satisfaction.…

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