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.
Visit the unique and remote Land of the Thunder Dragon for the adventure of a lifetime!
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.
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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Best of Bhutan
Bhutan is a land of long history and rich culture, deep valleys and beautiful peaks, and fascinating wildlife.
The Jomolhari trek
The Jomolhari trek in Bhutan is the equivalent of the Everest Base Camp trek in Nepal – an epic high-altitude trek in the Himalayas.