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Bhutan FAQs

Bhutan is located in remote part of eastern Himalayas sandwiched between India and Tibet. Bhutan used to be one of most isolated countries in the world. Development including direct flights, the internet’s, cable television, etc has rashly modernized the urban area of the country.

However, they are a head to preserve the nation’s traditional culture, identity and the environment. Buddhism is considered as the happiest country in Asia and eighth happiest country in the world. So Bhutan is called as “world map of Happiness”. Landscape of Bhutan ranges from subtropical plains in the south to the sub-alpine Himalayan heights in the north, with peaks more than 7000 meters. Buddhist population is dominated in Bhutan.

Bhutan is rich on its own ancient culture, as compared to other countries. Bhutan was saved from getting influenced by the external cultures. Bhutan has adopted the policy of isolation to maintain and preserve its cultural heritage and economical independence. In the religious matter, Bhutanese are more deeply associated with religion

Frequently Asked Questions

Q. How to get Bhutan?

There are two ways to get into Bhutan, either fly or overland through India. Druk Air operates to Bhutan from Thailand, Nepal, and India. Flight from Kathmandu (Nepal) is perhaps the most amazing flight as it offers spectacular views of Everest, Makalu and Kanchenjunga on its way to Bhutan.

Q. How can I obtain a visa for Bhutan?

Our Company will help you for visa procedures. We must submit the visa application to the Bhutan government at least 6-7 weeks prior to your arrival date to allow time for processing. The actual visa will be stamped in your passport when you arrive at the Paro airport.

Q. When is the best time to visit Bhutan?

The best time to visit Bhutan is March to May and September to November.

Q. Is Bhutan a Safe Country?

Bhutan is safe country to travel. It is safe country for women and solo travelers’ also.

Q. Is there ATM facility in Bhutan?

Of course there is ATM facility in Bhutan. You can take money from all the banks in Bhutan.

Q. Do I need to worry about altitude sickness?

Most visitors will have no problem adjusting; altitude sickness may be a problem for certain people. Our cultural tours program does not reach altitudes higher than 3500 meters from sea level.

Q. What should I pack?

It depends on the season of travel to Bhutan. Except for summer season, warm clothing, down jackets, and sweaters are recommended. In summer, heavy cottons and lightweight woolens will be better.

Q. Are Bhutanese people friendly?

There are a bunch of smiling and hospitable people. Where ever you go, you will always become their family member.