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Discover Bhutan

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Join us in exploring the many natural and cultural gems of mountainous Bhutan, the Land of the Thunder Dragons! This small country is a trekker's dream world, with challenging multiday routes to tackle that take you deep into the Himalayas to meet remote communities and snowy peaks. There's also plenty to see and do in and around the towns, from craft workshops to farmhouse visits, ancient festivals, white-water rafting and day hikes.

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Country info and facts




Bhutanese ngultrum (Nu)


Paro International Airport (PBH)

Visa and Immigration
Visa and Immigration

A tourist visa for Bhutan is a unique affair. You pay a fee for every day you're in Bhutan. But included in that fee is your accommodation, guide, food and more. The exact fee differs depending on the time of year. Please read How much does it cost to travel to Bhutan? to learn more.

Health and Safety
Health and Safety

Altitude sickness can be an issue in the north of Bhutan, especially if you intend to go trekking. We advise speaking to your GP before heading to Bhutan. If you're planning on doing a trek, you should also take out travel insurance that covers you for high-altitude trekking. You can find out more details in 6 things to know before visiting Bhutan.

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Meet our local leader

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Passang Sherpa

Passang is our loveable Bhutanese local leader. He enjoys being a tour guide as he enjoys meeting new faces and making friends with people from around the world. You're in good hands and will have a great Bhutan adventure with Passang as your guide!

Recommended reads

Bhutanese monks
Top 12 places to visit in Bhutan

There's so much to see and do in Bhutan. So what do you prioritise? We discuss our favourite places, which include towns, villages, temples and fortresses, national parks, museums, archery grounds, and more! We also talk when to go and rules for visitors.

Tashichho Dzong in spring in Thimphu, Bhutan
How much does it cost to travel to Bhutan?

From September 2022, travelling to Bhutan involves a daily visa fee of US$200. You also need about $100 a day for food and accommodation if you go budget, or above $200 a day to do it in more style. But read on for more detail and costs like entrance fees.

A Bhutanese farming village seen from a distance through the trees
Best time to visit Bhutan

Bhutan is a treat year round. That said, most prefer to skip the coldest months, as well as monsoon season. There are other things to consider too, like busyness and festival dates. We have all the info you need to know on the best time to visit Bhutan.


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