How to Get Into Bhutan
If you are willing to travel Bhutan by airlines, then you can land in Bhutan either by Bhutan's National Airline (Druk Air) or Bhutan Airlines (Tashi Air). The Bhutan's National Airline (Druk Air) goes to and from Bangkok, Thailand, Singapore, Delhi (India), Kolkata (India), Gaya (India), Guwahati (India), Bagdogra (India), Dhaka (Bangladesh) and Katmandu (Nepal). While, the Bhutan Airlines (Tashi Air) works to and from Bangkok (Thailand), Kolkata (India). Being one of the leading Tour Operators in Thimpu, we meet you at Paro International airport. Afterwards you can enjoy the natural beauty of Bhutan and also kindness of the Bhutanese people till the end of your trip in Bhutan. Travelers can also reach Bhutan by road through Phuntsholing, Samdrup Jongkhar and Gelephu, which are the bordering towns with India.
The export of the religious antiques are totally banned according to the Customs Regulations. During the trip you can bring your personal items like cameras, laptops and other personal electronic equipmentÃ¢€™s and moreover, you need to submit the list of items at Paro International airport. When you are departing, the authorized authorities can also check your stuff. According to the regulations, you can also bring two liters of alcohol and suitable quantity of cigarettes without duty.
Bhutan Visa Formality
The visa for Bhutan is issued by Department of Immigration; Ministry of Foreign Affairs from Thimphu. Being one of the prominent tour and travel companies in Thimpu, we take care of visa of the travelers. They just need to send the copy of their valid passport by fax or email to us, while the processing of the visa will take around 3 to 7 days. Once the visa is approved, we forward the e-copy of the visa to the travelers. The visa is required when you are for boarding flight to Bhutan and when you arrive at the Paro International airport. If you are entering Bhutan by road, then also you require the visa at the Bhutan gates of Phuntsholing, Samdrup Jongkhar and Gelephu. On these entry places the immigration officers will put a stamp on your passport on arrival. If you want to get your visa extended, then you can avail our services and we will process it for you in Thimphu.
There are many hotels in Bhutan which provide a comfortable accommodation. The categories of hotels that are available are luxury, deluxe and standard. However, the deluxe and standard hotels, lodges and guesthouses are approved by the Tourism Council of Bhutan. Being one of the reputed Tour and Travel Companies in Thimpu, we find the best accommodation for the tourists.
Tour and Trekking Guides
Based in Thimpu, we are one of the competent Tour Operators and provide admirable Tour Guide Services to the travelers. These services are provided by the qualified guides, which are trained and certified by the Tourism Council of Bhutan (TCB). Our guides are well-experienced and familiar with the Traditions, Culture, History and other information of Bhutan. On the request of the travelers we also provide German, Chinese and Japanese speaking guides.
We are one of the respected Tour and Travel companies in Bhutan, and it is our responsibility to make first rate transport arrangement for the travelers. Our guides will be present at the airport to pick you up from the airport and also, at the time of departure they will drop you at the airport. The vehicles offered by us are fully air-conditioned and includes:
- Comfortable Tucson, Santa Fe or Terracan; for one to two people.
- Comfortable Hyundai H-1 or Toyota Hi-ace buses; for three to six people group.
- AC Toyota Coaster buses; for seven people and above.
- For trekking in Bhutan, we provide ponies for riding and they also, carry the materials from one point to the other.
Insurance for Travel to Bhutan
Insurance plays an important role when you are planning for vacations. It is very essential for the tourists to plan for a travel insurance, which protects against unexpected accidents and mishaps. The wide range of the insurance plan should effectively cover baggage and travel delays and helicopter evacuation, transportation and medical assistance in case of treks.