Tourism in Bhutan was first open in 1974 with commemoration and coinciding with the year of official enthronement of His Majesty The Fourth King Jigme Singye Wangchuck. Since then, tourism was controlled and organized by government till 1991 when tourism was privatized.
Bhutan Festival Tours & Treks offers various tours which will bring our visitors to the knowledge of Cultures and Tradition in Bhutan, as well as deep access to Buddhism, the official religion of the country. We have for you, Cultural tours of various durations (minimum of 3 nights), festival tours, and other subjection tours which will be of your own interest.
We will provide you with the information and also arrange your itinerary but you have the pleasure of customizing the itinerary or send us your own prepared itinerary because it is your tour.
As per Government Rules, It Is mandatory to travel at least one way by Druk Air, It Can Be Either Entry Or Exit Or Both. However, if Druk Air seats are not available, both entry and exit by surface is also permitted.
From Paro (Via Flight):
The best way to enter Bhutan is by Druk Air, the only one and National Air Carrier of Bhutan, from the following countries:
Druk Air is the only airline operating in Bhutan.Druk Air Schedule Â BhutanÂ Airline Schedule Buy Tickets
Phuentsholing (By Land):
It is possible to enter and exit Bhutan through Phuentsholing, the south-western Bhutanese border town. Bagdogra, in the state of West Bengal (India) is the nearest airport and is approximately 4 hours drive away. For travelers wishing to visit Indian states of Sikkim, West Bengal along with Bhutan, Phuntsholing is probably the convenient Point of entry/exit.
Samdrup Jongkhar (By Land):
Exit from Bhutan can be made through Samdrup Jongkhar also. This Frontier Bhutanese town is approximately 3 hours drive from Guwahati, The capital town of Indian north eastern state of Assam. Samdrup Jongkhar is only and authorized exit point and is an important link for visiting further north eastern states in India.Rent aÂ Car
A wide variety of accommodation is available ranging from luxurious 5-star hotels to cozy little hotels andÂ home-staysÂ in traditional Bhutanese homes and settings. Visitors can be assured of their warmth andÂ comfort of the hotels. Similarly, the ambience and hospitality offered by the hotels are incredible.
The types of accommodations can be divided into:
Additionally visitors embarking on long treks will be provided with tents and whatever other camping equipment is deemed necessary.Â Regardless of where they stay, visitors can be assured of their comfort and traditional Bhutanese hospitality.
Tashi is a highly professional tour guide who is dedicated to his work. He is highly knowledgeable in Bhutanâ€™s history and culture, but above all he is excellent in dealing with problems such as last-minute changes in tour schedules as a result of road conditions or weather. He always manages to create new opportunities. He is definitely the best tour guide in Bhutan. I highly recommend Tashi for a tour guide in the wonderful land of Thunder Dragon, Bhutan. Sam Chuma.Contact Tashi
Sonam is a highly professional tour guide who is dedicated to his work. He is highly knowledgeable in Bhutanâ€™s history and culture.Contact Chencho
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Sonam is a highly professional tour guide who is dedicated to his work. He is highly knowledgeable in Bhutanâ€™s history and culture.Contact Dechen