Entry To Bhutan

Exploring Bhutan, you imagine yourself catapulted hundreds of years back. This is enhanced by its people, Bhutan mother and child hardly influenced by Western mass consumption and lifestyle. Instead, they still wear their self-woven traditional outfits, leading a calm, simple and peaceful life.

ENTRY TO BHUTAN

All tourists (excluding Indian, Bangladeshi and Maldivian passport holders) who wish to travel to Bhutan require a visa and must book their holiday through a registered tour operator in Nepal, India or Bhutan or one of their international partners. Trekking Trail Nepal will take care of your visa arrangements for your Bhutan holidays. Tourism Council of Bhutan also knows as TCB take to have the ultimate decision and authority to issue the visa for any visitors want to spend their holidays in Bhutan.

In keeping with the Tourism Council of Bhutans' policy of High Value. Low Impact" tourism a Minimum Daily Package is required for tourists. Every tourist visa applicant must deposit the minimum daily package cost to Tourism Council of Bhutan and with the paper visa, they can make entry to the Bhutan from below air route.

ENTRY ROUTE

Bhutan is linked by air with Bangkok in Thailand, Calcutta and New Delhi in India, Dhaka in Bangladesh and Kathmandu in Nepal. Druk Air, the national flag carrier of Bhutan, is a reliable airline operating flights to Paro, the only airport in Bhutan from different cities. A new first private airline, Bhutan Airline also started a few years.

Traveller can also make entry to Bhutan by land from various borders point of India. Hence Phuntsholing is one major entry point to Bhutan.

Note  from Tourism Council of Bhutan:

This important note is from the Tourism Council of Bhutan. The government of Bhutan and Tourism Council of Bhutan TCB& Secretariat found that some guests are booking their tours through unregistered Tour Operators and also making direct tour payments to the companies contrary to the official transfer channel.
This types of illegal operator and booking created trouble and problems for both, guests and Bhutan tourism industry. Trekking Trail Nepal like to inform and request all travelers planning their tours to Bhutan on the behalf of TCB to make their reservations only through registered Tour Operators in Bhutan.

Therefore, Trekking Trail Nepal inform all concerned parties, Bhutan guest and other subordinates that TCB and Government of Bhutan will not be responsible for any such types of complaints, trouble related to or resulting from a tour booked through unregister and illegal Tour Operators.