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What does the minimum tariff mean?

The minimum tariff is a tourism regulation established by the Royal Government of Bhutan. To promote quality, sustainable tourism with little negative impact, all tourists visiting the country will be charged an all-inclusive daily rate. The daily rate is $ 250 per person per night during high season (March, April, May, September, October and November) and $ 200 per person per night during low season (Dec, Jan, Feb, April, July, August) ,

When is the best time to visit Bhutan?

Most tourists travel to Bhutan in the spring months of March, April and May, and in the fall months of September, October and November, during which many large festivals are celebrated. Therefore, these months are considered peak season and a daily rate of $ 250 per person per night will be charged. However, if you are not particularly interested in the festivals, we recommend that you plan your trip during the off-season. The minimum daily rate is then only US $ 200 per person per night.

How is the weather in Bhutan?

The weather in Bhutan varies in different regions. The climate ranges from subtropical in the flat areas to alpine in the far north. South and East Bhutan enjoy subtropical climate and are generally warmer and wetter than the rest of the country. The temperature in the capital Thimphu ranges from -2.5 degrees Celsius in winter to 25 degrees Celsius in summer.

How do I get to Bhutan?

Druk Air and Bhutan Airlines operate a flight to Paro from India (New Delhi, Kolkata, Guwahati and Bagdogra), Kathmandu in Nepal, Dhaka in Bangladesh, Bangkok in Thailand and Singapore.

Do I have to book my trip through a local tour operator?

The Government Ordinance requires that you book your trip through a local tour operator.

Do I need a visa to visit Bhutan? How can I apply for a visa?

With the exception of travelers from India, Bangladesh and the Maldives, all tourists visiting Bhutan must apply for a visa before arriving in Bhutan. The tourist visa can be processed through a local tour operator. You must submit a duly completed visa form and a scanned copy of your passport (valid for at least six months) by email. The Bhutan Tourism Council will approve your visa upon your full payment.