Bhutan Tour Packages


Rs 40,860/-


Rs 59,796/-


Rs 90,060/-

Popular Destinations in Bhutan

Paro Valley



Bumthang Valley

Good to know things about Bhutan

Gross National Happiness (GNH)

Bhutan is renowned for placing a higher priority on the contentment and welfare of its people than on financial metrics.

Tourism Policy

In order to reduce the detrimental effects of tourism on the environment and culture, Bhutan has implemented a "High Value, Low Impact" tourism policy.

Traditional Architecture and Dress

Tiny, arched windows, vividly coloured murals, and beautiful woodwork are the hallmarks of traditional Bhutanese architecture.

No Traffic Lights

One of the few nations in the world without traffic lights is known to be Bhutan. Before the first traffic light was placed in 1995, Thimphu, the capital, was without traffic lights.

Frequently Asked Questions

How many days are enough for Bhutan trip?
A week to ten days is an ideal amount of time to spend in Bhutan, allowing you to experience more of its natural beauty and distinctive culture. This seven-day culture and outdoor journey in Bhutan allows you to thoroughly see the country’s natural beauties and cultural highlights.
Is Bhutan cheap or expensive?

If you want to visit the Land of the Thunder Dragons, you’re probably wondering how much it costs to go there. Bhutan travel is relatively pricey due to Bhutan’s emphasis on sustainable tourism. This is referred to as ‘high value, low impact’ tourism.

Do Indians need visa for Bhutan?
No, Indian citizens do not need a visa to visit Bhutan for tourism. Indians arriving in Bhutan via air will be awarded a free Entry Permit.
Do Indians pay fees in Bhutan?

Tourists visiting India must pay a Sustainable Development Fee (SDF) of INR 1,200/- per person each night. Children aged 5 and under are exempt from SDF, while children aged 6 to 12 receive a 50% discount on SDF.

What is the average price of a meal in Bhutan?

Bhutan’s food and beverages are reasonably priced. A reasonable supper will cost you between INR 250 and 400 per person, excluding drinks.

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