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BhutanÂ attracts many to this modest kingdom perched in the Himalayan region between China and India countries. Going on a Bhutan tour may be one of the best experience you can do in your lifetime. You can bookÂ Bhutan packages from DelhiÂ with affordable packages.Â <br>
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Things You Should Know Before Going to Bhutan Tour
Bhutan attracts many to this modest kingdom perched in the Himalayan region between China and India countries. Going on a Bhutan tour may be one of the best experience you can do in your lifetime. You can book Bhutan packages from Delhi with affordable packages.
However, Bhutan travel requires tourists to keep in mind certain things of information and limitations. Here are some things which are worth knowing: 1. A visa is essential to a trip to Bhutan. Visa can be applied through travel agents with connections to the “Tourism Council of Bhutan”. Charges are paid online. The council has basically eased the ‘visa process and tourism policies’ already so it is easier to get into Bhutan nowadays. 2. The currency of Bhutan is Ngultrum (Nu.) In Bhutan, Ngultrum currency is used but Indian Rupees are also accepted as local tender there, except the 500 & 1000 bills.
3. Weather in Bhutan varies throughout the year and also depends on the destination While ‘Southern Bhutan’ can be hot & humid due to its sub-tropical climate and the northern area can be cold even in during summer season. 4. It is a waste not to take photographs in Bhutan because it is not permitted in some places, especially in sacred temples. 5. Bhutan is the only ‘Vajrayana Buddhist’ country in the world. Religion is an important thing for many ‘Bhutanese’, so travelers are always expected to respect that at all times. Buddhist tours are constantly ‘kingdom’ and people are invited to visit the legendary “Tiger's Monastery” which is on the edge of a mountain cliff. conducted in the
6. There are fairly a number of languages used in Bhutan like Dzongkha, Tshanglakha & Lhotshamka. Many dialects are also used. So if you are going to Bhutan then it is better to learn some conversational phrases to impress the locals somehow. For more details, Visit - http://www.indopacificholidays.com/bhu tan-tour-packages-from-delhi/ Reference - https://new- delhi.storeboard.com/blogs/travel/things -you-should-know-before-going-to- bhutan-tour/851908