Warm and comfortable clothes.
Two pairs of warm socks.
Sunscreen Lotion/Cold cream.
Three water bottles (1 litre each).
Sunglasses, Gloves, and Hat.
Personal toiletries and medication.
Torch Light with batteries.
Insects and Mosquito repellents.
PARO: Riig Kuen / SIMILAR
50% Advance Payment and the remaining 50% 7 days before the start of the trip.
Special Notice: A/C is not allowed on the hillsides, you may directly discuss with the driver if required. Vehicle Timing: 8:00 am to 5:00 pm, point to point sightseeing. (After that if someone wants to go out they have take taxi by themselves).
No Visa is required to visit Bhutan. Indian travelers wishing to visit Bhutan need to carry either (a) Passport, having validity of minimum 6 months OR (b) Voter Identity Card, issued by Election Commission of India. The accompanying children can also travel with a birth certificate (reflecting the name of the child) along with a School ID card and a letter from School Principal. The Entry permit issued free of charge by Department of Immigration, Royal Government of Bhutan on arrival at Paro airport OR if entering Bhutan by surface via Phuentsholing then it is issued at this border town. For Indian visitors, traveling with passport and booked a tour with us, we can obtain their E- Permit in advance which is valid for all destinations. We require colored passport copy at least 15 days prior to the date of arrival in Bhutan, in order to obtain this E-Permit. For travelers entering Bhutan by surface, they need to complete biometric formalities at Phuentsholing town. The Entry permit issued on arrival is valid for Thimphu, Paro & Phuentsholing only. Tourists desirous of going beyond Thimphu and Paro need to acquire a ‘Route Permit’ from the Royal Govt. of Bhutan Immigration Office at Thimphu on any working days (Monday to Friday). Our offices located in Phuentsholing and Thimphu assist in obtaining Entry permit and Route Permit. The Phuentsholing border gate normally remains open from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. and no entry permit required for entering Phuentsholing. Phuentsholing Immigration office remains closed on Sat, Sun & Govt holidays and no permit issued on these days so it is highly recommended to check arrival date, in case arriving by surface. Whereas for air travelers, entry permits can be obtained all days through the airport immigration office. PIO, OCI & NRIs require a visa for traveling to Bhutan and they need to book tours through package tariff prescribed by the Tourism Council of Bhutan (TCB).
A valid passport is mandatory for Indian visitors, traveling between Nepal & Bhutan or from any other non-Indian sectors.
In case of unforeseen weather conditions or government restrictions, the activity may be canceled and in such cases, you can reschedule your bookings. However, no refund will be provided in any condition.
30 days or more: 50% charge
0-29 days: 100% charge
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Mon - Sat 09.00 - 20.00 Sunday CLOSED