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5 Things to Know Before Planning Your Bhutan Tour

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5 Things to Know Before Planning Your Bhutan Tour

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  1. 5 Things to Know Before Planning Your Bhutan Tour Have you ever dreamt of visiting the place that very few people have visited before? If yes, Bhutan tour might be the ideal option for you. We all know unplanned travelling is always fun. But in case of Bhutan tour, we recommend you to plan ahead of the trip. Bhutan is culturally, religiously and naturally sensitive country where everything is protected by country’s regulation and law of nature. Moreover, it is Himalayan country where weather remains unpredictable. So, you must know some important things about Bhutan to enjoy the trip at its fullest. Peak and Non-Peak Season The peak seasons for tour in Bhutan are spring: March to May and autumn: September to November. March, April and October are also the busy months of the year. If you are planning to visit Bhutan during these months, we recommend you to book the flight and hotel at least 2 months prior the trip. Peak seasons in Bhutan features many festival and cultural programs. These days are quite busy. If you wish to avoid crowds of the peak season in Bhutan, we suggest you travel Bhutan in non- tourist period. Cost difference between touristic and non-touristic seasons From March to May and September to November, the daily cost should be around $250 as it is peak season. For non-peak season, December to February and June to August, the daily tarif should be $200. If you want travel Bhutan in limited budget, we suggest you to go for Bhutan tour in non-touristic season. Information for groups of 2 travelers or less Travelers seeking to visit Bhutan alone or in a group should take note of daily surcharge.

  2. Single Traveler: US$40 per night Double Travelers: US$30 per night 3 Travelers or more: No Surcharges (it is better to make Bhutan tour in a group equal to or more than 3. Seasonal Characteristics Make a complete research about seasonal characteristics before heading for trip in Bhutan. April to October in Bhutan are the best month for trek. The weather during these months are good and so are the views. Although, it is quite cold, the clear blue sky serves the best view. Usually, Bhutan gets light rain of (1-2) hours in the morning at Monsoon. This is not ideal for trekking in Bhutan unless they are short hikes. Winter is the best season for the rare view of endangered black necked crane and similarly summer is good time for mushroom picking and catch the glimpse of stunning rainbows over the valley. If you are looking for spiritual retreat in Bhutan, every season of the year is ideal for Bhutan tour. Festivals in Bhutan Bhutan is the place embellished with profusion of festival throughout the year. It is also the place where cultural and spiritual aspects are taken in high consideration. Festival in Bhutan features the colorful dances in typical costumes.

  3. Apart from religious festivals, there are numerous other festivals like Rhododendron Festival, Black Necked Crane Festival, Royal Highlander Festival, Ura Matsusake Mushroom Festival and more. It is better to visit Bhutan in non-religious festival season as it is less crowded and creates best photographic opportunity. Other Information related to Bhutan Tour  Many hotels have WiFi,  Official language of Bhutan is Dzongkha however majority of Bhutanese are fluent in English  Bhutan’s local currency is the Ngultrum which is pegged to Indian currency. Note- The demonetized 500 and 1,000 Indian currency is not acceptable in Bhutan  Beside your prepaid Bhutan Tour Package, we recommend you to hold at least US$ 200  ATMs are available in Bhutan but only in big towns like Paro and Thimpu.  Bhutan is only the country where consumption of tobacco is restricted and smoking is banned in public place. You must ask the guide for suitable place for smoking  When taking pictures at Dzongs, monasteries, temples or any religious and historical place during your Bhutan tour, you must check whether it is permitted to click the photo or not  Bhutan is only the place where Gross National Happiness (GDH) matters more than Gross Domestic Product (GDP)

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