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B Bhakti Shethia June, 2019
Sikkim and Gangtok
Last to last year when I visited Sikkim and Gangtok, I engaged E Sikkim Tourism to plan my tour itinerary and arrange...
S Sandeep Mishra April, 2019
Beauty and Serenity at its best – Sikkim
I along with my family went to Sikkim and Darjeeling in the month of April 2019. For travel convenience, we booked our...
P Prakash NC September, 2018
Well Organized Trip
I am an avid traveller and have taken the services of numerous well-known tour operators in the past. I have had mixed...
S Shubha April, 2018
Fantastic and Memorable Trip to Sikkim!!!
I would like to share my Sikkim travel experience with Esikkim tourism. We are a family of 6 people including 2 kids...
M Manan Thakore September, 2018
Excellent First Visit to Sikkim – Hope more to go
Thanks to Esikkim tourism who helped us in meticulously organizing our tour to Sikkim covering most part of the state including North...
R Ritesh Rahul September, 2018
Commendable Customer Service
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Frequently Asked Questions
Photography or videography is a subjective matter in Bhutan. One should always check with the local authorities before indulging in photography or video shooting in Bhutan.
Autumn (September, October, and November) and Spring (March, April, and May) are the two best seasons to visit Bhutan.
Yes! Bhutan is known for its snow-capped mountains and peaks, gurgling rivers, enthralling terrains, and lot more. All these combined, the country offers a number of adventure activities. River rafting, trekking, hiking, wildlife trails, etc. are some of the most adventurous offerings in Bhutan.
Almost every destination in Bhutan is worthy of a visit. However, Thimphu, Paro Valley, Punakha Valley, Phobjikha Valley or Gangtey Valley, Haa, Gasa, Paro Taktsang, etc. are some of the much sought-after destinations to visit in Bhutan.
Paro International Airport is the only international airport through which one can reach Bhutan by air. Meanwhile, as the country does not have any railway connectivity with other countries, visitors can book train rides to any of the major train stations in West Bengal, and complete the rest of the journey by road to reach Bhutan. On the other hand, one can easily reach Bhutan by road through Jaigaon town in West Bengal’s Alipurduar district. This town is located just beside the Bhutanese town of Phuentsholing, which is one of the most popular entry points to Bhutan.
Bhutan has a well-laid network of roadway connectivity. However, the country does not have any railway connectivity with the outer world. It has only one international airport to cater to the international or global tourists.
For foreign nationals (the ones who require Bhutanese Visa to enter Bhutan) requires an official ‘Letter of Invitation (LOI)’ in order to enter Bhutan. Even citizens of India, Bangladesh, and Maldives also require ‘Special Area Permit’ in order to visit any other places than the ones allowed to.
Every foreign national (who requires a Bhutanese Visa) should produce a valid passport issued by their country with a minimum validity of 90 days while entering the country.
Any foreign nationals; except the ones from India, Maldives, require a valid Bhutanese Visa to enter the country.
As a country, Bhutan has nothing specific when it comes to dress code. However, keeping in mind that almost the entire country is considered as highly religious and attached to its roots, visitors should avoid wearing any clothes that might hurt the sentiments of the local people. It is always advisable to cover up self decently without exposing much.
Visitings a destination is not just enough; visitors always yearn for opportunities to get connected with the locales as well as the locals. Visitors always look out for encounters that allow them to delve deep into the local life, taste its different flavours, live life as locals, and curate innumerable memories that could bring them a lovely smile!
At eBhutan Tourism, our continuous endeavour is to bring the visitors close to the indigenous cultures and traditions of Bhutan. We believe in curating Bhutan experiences that would last forever while enticing visitors across the globe to visit the ‘Land of Thunder Dragons’ over and again. Thus, we appoint local experts to handpick Bhutan tour packages, go through each and every destination, recheck every single aspect, traverse through the destinations before fixing the itineraries, and lot more.
All these combined, we offer the best Bhutan tour packages at the most affordable price range. At eBhutan Tourism, we also believe and understand that every individual has their own choices and preferences. And to reciprocate to this, we design our Bhutan tour packages in such ways that they would suit every type of travellers and their individual requirements. Our tour packages can be tailor-made according to visitors’ specific needs and necessities. And most of our packages include an array of local flavours and experiences. For instance, while taking the visitors across the modern cities in Bhutan, our expert tour guides and facilitators ensure that visitors get to enjoy all the modern delights while being connected with the local cultures and traditions. And while being away from the cities and towns, we ensure that our patrons get to enjoy the best of local experiences, flavours and taste. We offer some of the most pleasing and warm Bhutanese homestay experiences in the entire country.
Furthermore, the sense of being responsible Bhutanese tour operators, helps us to contribute back to the society with every tour that we conduct. This also enables our visitors to do their bit towards Bhutan tourism and contribute towards the conservation and preservation of this country’s untouched beauty and charm!
However, before booking any of the Bhutan tour packages, tourist must know certain facts and get acquainted with some mandatory guidelines to enter the ‘Land of Druks’. The country has three different entry points for the visitors – Phuentsholing, Gelephu, and Samdrup Jongkhar. The country also offers an aerial entry point via Paro International Airport. Among all these three, Phuentsholing is the most popular one among the tourists. This entry point is located adjacent to a quaint town called Jaigaon in West Bengal’s Alipurduar district. Other two entry points to Bhutan are well accessible from Assam; Gelephu from Bongaigaon and Samdrup Jongkhar from Guwahati. There is another entry point to
To enter the ‘Land of Thunder Dragons’, visitors must acquire a valid Bhutanese Visa first. However, for nationals from India, Maldives, and Bangladesh are exempted from visa formalities. In other words, tourists from these three countries does not require any valid Bhutanese Visa in order to enter Bhutan.
Meanwhile, nationals of other countries must apply for a valid Bhutanese Visa to enter the country. To note here, foreigners (except Indians, Bangladeshis, and Maldivians) needs to apply for a Bhutan Visa only through recognised tour operators. While booking any of the Bhutan tour packages, visitors should keep in mind a couple of things. Visitors need to book these packages in advance by paying the full amount to the recognised tour operators or through any of their homeland’s tour agencies that has tie-ups with Bhutanese tour operators. eBhutan Tourism is among one of the most trusted and recognised operators that offer an exciting range of Bhutan tour packages. Visitors can handpick their tours, customise it according to their requirements, and enjoy their stay in the ‘Land of Druks’.
For peak seasons, visitors should pay USD250, and for non-peak seasons, the charge comes down to USD200. Once any of these amounts are paid, visitors need not to worry about how to book hotels, transportations, or anything related to their Bhutan tours. The charger for both peak and non-peak seasons include luxury hotel stays, all transportation charges, entry fees (wherever applicable), porter chargers, etc.
In case, you too are planning for a trip to the ‘Happiest Himalayan Kingdom’, you can book excellent and exclusive Bhutan tour packages via our Bhutan experts for an amazing and fun-filled Bhutan tour!
Bhutan Travel Information at a Glance
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- About Bhutan
- Bhutan Travel by Road
- Bhutan Tour Packages
- Trekking in Bhutan
- Bhutan Tourism Destinations
- Bhutan Travel by Train
- Best Time to Visit Bhutan
- Honeymoon in Bhutan
- Bhutan Tourist Attractions
- Bhutan Travel by Air
- Visiting Bhutan in Summers
- Wildlife in Bhutan
- East Bhutan
- Do's and Dont's
- Visiting Bhutan in Spring
- Food in Bhutan
- West Bhutan
- Entry Formalities to Bhutan
- Visiting Bhutan in Autumn
- Shopping in Bhutan
- Central Bhutan
- Places to visit in Bhutan
- Visiting Bhutan in Winters
- Fairs and Festivals
- How to Reach Bhutan
- Climate of Bhutan
- Best Things to Do in Bhutan
- Monasteries in Bhutan