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Embark on an unforgettable journey to the Land of the Thunder Dragon with our diverse range of Bhutan tour packages. Delve into the cultural richness of Bhutan with tailored itineraries designed to immerse you in the country’s traditions and heritage.

Bhutan is known as the Land of Thunder Dragon. It is a small country amidst the mighty Himalayas between Tibet autonomous region of china and India. It is famous for its lush green forests, snow capped mountains, arts and architecture, incomparable culture and tradition, and spectacular scenic view are some of the rare gifts of Bhutanese pride which they offer to the whole world.

Trek through breathtaking landscapes on our Bhutan Adventure Package or indulge in a spiritual retreat exploring sacred sites and monasteries. For wildlife enthusiasts, our Bhutan Wildlife Safari offers the chance to encounter rare species in their natural habitat. Luxuriate in royal treatment with our exclusive retreat packages or celebrate love amidst Himalayan splendor with our Bhutan Honeymoon Bliss offering. 

Families can enjoy fun-filled activities with our Bhutan Family Holiday package, while history buffs can customize their experience with our Bhutan Heritage Tours, delving into centuries of fascinating history. Whatever your desire, our Bhutan tour packages promise an enriching and unforgettable experience.

Highlights of Bhutan

Best Time To Visit Bhutan & How to GO

For Bhutan Tour ideal time are autumn and spring. Month wise -September, October, December, March, April, and May.  
Bhutan can be reached both by road and air. Bhutan’s only international airport is located in Paro which is about an hour and a half’s drive from Thimphu. Flights to Bhutan depart from several cities the most common ones being Bangkok, Delhi, Singapore and Kathmandu. You can choose between Bhutan’s national carrier of Druk air and Bhutan airlines which provide international flights to Bhutan’s international airport. You can reach Bhutan by flight to Bagdogra or by train to New Jalpaiguri or New Alipurduar, followed by a road journey to Thimphu or Paro.

Bhutan Tour Packages

  • 4 Nights 5 Days Bhutan Tour from Paro 
  • 5 Nights 6 Days Bhutan Tour from Bagdogra/ Siliguri/NJP/ Jaigaon/ New Alipur
  • 6 Nights 7 Days Bhutan Tour from NJP/ Bagdogra/Jaigaon/ New Alipur
  • 7 Nights 8 Days Bhutan Tour from Bagdogra/ NJP/ Jaigaon / New Alipur
  •  8 Nights 9 Days Bhutan Tour Package from Bagdogra / NJP / Jaigaon
  • 9 Nights 10 Days Bhutan Tour Package from Bagdogra / NJP/ Jaigaon

Bhutan Tour Planning in short

4 Nights 5 Days Bhutan Tour Plan from Paro

Day 1: Paro Airport to Thimphu

Day 2: Thimphu to Punakha

Day 3: Thimphu Sightseeing & Paro transfer

Day 4:  Paro Sightseeing.

Day 5: Paro Airport drop


5 Nights 6 Days Bhutan Tour Plan from Bagdogra/NJP/Jaigaon/New Alipur

Day 1: Bagdogra to Thimphu

Day 2: Thimphu to Punakha

Day 3: Thimphu Sightseeing & Paro transfer

Day 4:  Paro Sightseeing.

Day 5: Paro to Phuentsholing/Jaigaon.

Day 6: Phuentsholing /Jaigaon to Bagdogra drop.

6 Nights 7 Days Bhutan Tour Plan from Bagdogra/NJP

Day 1: Bagdogra/NJP to Thimphu

Day 2: Thimphu sightseeing

Day 3: Thimphu to Punakha

Day 4:  Punakha to Paro .

Day 5: Paro Sightseeing 

Day 6: Paro to Phuentsholing

Day 7: Phuentsholing to Bagdogra / NJP


7 Nights 8 Days Bhutan Tour Plan from Bagdogra/NJP/Jaigaon/New Alipur

Day 1: Bagdogra / NJP  to Thimphu

Day 2: Thimphu sightseing

Day 3: Thimphu to Punakha

Day 4:  Punakha to Phobjika valley visit and back

Day 5: Punakha to Paro

Day 6: Paro sightseeing

Day 7: Paro to Phuentsholing / Jaigaon

Day 8: Phuentsholing to Bagdogra /NJP/SIliguri


8 Nights 9 Days Bhutan Tour Plan from Bagdogra/NJP

Day 1: Bagdogra/NJP to Thimphu

Day 2: Thimphu sightseeing

Day 3: Thimphu to Punakha

Day 4:  Punakha to Phobjika

Day 5: Phobjika to Punakha back

Day 6: Punakha to Paro

Day 7: Paro sightseeing with Haa Valley

Day 8: Paro to Phuentsholing / jaigaon

Day 9: Phuntsholing to Bagdogra / NJP aback


10 Nights 11 Days Bhutan Tour Plan from Bagdogra/NJP

Day 1: Bagdogra/NJP to Thimphu

Day 2: Thimphu sightseeing

Day 3: Thimphu to Punakha

Day 4:  Punakha to Bumthang .

Day 5: Bumthang stay

Day 6: Bumthang to Phobjika Valley  

Day 7: Phobjika Valley to Punakha

Day 8: Punakha to Paro

Day 9: Paro local sightseeing

Day 10: Paro to Phuentsholing/ Jaigaon

Day 11: Phuentsholing / Jaigaon to Bagdogra / NJP/ Siliguri back

Bhutan Tour Packages from all Major cities in India

Explore the enchanting kingdom of Bhutan with ease, thanks to excellent connectivity from major Indian cities. Druk Air and Bhutan Airlines seamlessly link India to Bhutan, with convenient Bhutan tour packages available from Kolkata, Delhi, Mumbai, and Chennai at affordable prices. Experience hassle-free travel with our Kolkata to Bhutan package, including airfare. For those preferring a train journey, our Hasimara to Bhutan package offers a comfortable ride to the Bhutan-India border. Alternatively, embark on your Bhutan adventure from New Jalpaiguri, well-connected to all major Indian cities. From South India, fly to Paro via Kolkata or opt for our Chennai to Bhutan package, ensuring a seamless travel experience. Enjoy Bhutan Package from Delhi. Experience Bhutan Tour from Hyderabad. Visit Bhutan from Bangalore.  Book your Mumbai to Bhutan package with Mercury tour Operator.

Bhutan Tour Package from Kolkata and Siliguri/NJP/Hasimara

Bhutan tour packages from India can be possible because of the good connectivity between Bhutan and some of the major cities of India by air. Druk air and Bhutan airlines are most popular airlines which connected both India and Bhutan. We provide Bhutan tour Packages from Kolkata, Delhi, Mumbai, and Chennai at a reasonable cost.  Book our Kolkata to Bhutan package including airfare at a reasonable cost. If traveling to Bhutan by train, Hasimara is the nearest railway station near Bhutan India border. We conduct Hasimara to Bhutan packages by car regularly. Alternate railway stations are there to reach and cover the Bhutan Trip. Direct bus service is available to conduct a Bhutan trip. New Jalpaiguri rail station is a major junction station in North Bengal where almost all major cities\of India are linked by train, So Bhutan package from NJP is an alternate way.

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Bhutan Tour Package 4 nights 5 days from Paro Airport

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Bhutan Tour Package 5 nights 6 days from Paro Airport

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Bhutan Tour Package 5 nights 6 days from from Bagdogra / NJP / Jaigaon/ New Alipurduar

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Bhutan Tour Package 6 nights 7 days from from Hasimara, Jaigaon,Phuentsholing

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Bhutan Tour Package 7 nights 8 days from from Hasimara, Jaigaon,Phuentsholing

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Bhutan Tour Package 8 nights 9 days from from Hasimara, Jaigaon,Phuentsholing

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Bhutan Tour Package 9 nights 10 days from from Hasimara, Jaigaon,Phuentsholing

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Places of Interest in Bhutan


Kuensel Phodrang Buddha statue

Thimphu, Bhutan’s capital, is known for its Buddhist heritage and political significance. It became the capital in 1961, replacing Punakha. Despite being the capital, Thimphu lacks its own airport and relies on Paro airport for connectivity. The city boasts key political landmarks like the National Assembly, Dechencholing Palace, and the Official Residence of the King. Tashichho Dzong, a fortified monastery, and the Memorial Chorten, a revered Buddhist shrine dedicated to Bhutan’s third king, Jigme Dorji Wangchuk, are among its famous attractions.


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Paro, located in western Bhutan at 2280 meters above sea level, is known as the gateway to the kingdom due to its international airport. Major tourist attractions in Paro include:
1. Ringpung Dzong: A five-story fortress-monastery that serves as a defense against Tibetan invasions.
2. Paro Dzong: Houses a collection of sacred masks and costumes.
3. Ta Dzong: Formerly a watchtower, now the National Museum of Bhutan.


Punakha Dzong Bhutan

Make sure to include Punakha in your Bhutan trip plan. It was once the capital of Bhutan and is located 72 km from Thimphu, taking around 3 hours by car to reach. Situated at an altitude of 1200 meters above sea level, Punakha experiences warm winters and hot summers. The valley is blessed with two rivers, Pho Chu (male) and Mo Chu (female), flowing through it. Khuruthang serves as the main town of Punakha, just 4 kilometers away from the Punakha Dzong.

Phobjika Valley

Phobjika Valley

Phobjikha Valley, nestled in the heart of Bhutan, captivates visitors with its serene beauty and the annual arrival of black-necked cranes. This picturesque glacial valley, located centrally, offers both natural splendor and cultural richness. The iconic Gangtey Monastery adds to its charm, making a trip to Bhutan incomplete without experiencing the tranquility and vibrancy of Phobjikha Valley.


Bumthang valley

Situated in central Bhutan, the Bumthang Valley, ranging from 2,600 to 4,500 meters in elevation, offers visitors peace, serenity, and joy. Comprising four scenic valleys—Choekhor, Ura, Chumey, and Tang—it is known as the heart of Bhutan. With sacred Buddhist monasteries and temples scattered throughout, Choekhor Valley is the largest and often referred to as the main Bumthang Valley. Renowned as the ‘Shangri La of Bhutan’, Bumthang’s pristine backdrop, abundant nature, relaxed atmosphere, and warm-hearted locals create a timeless experience, making every visit feel like coming home.

Taktsang Monastery , Tiger Nest Paro

Taktsang monastery

Perched 3,120 meters above sea level on a cliffside, Tiger’s Nest Monastery is a challenging yet rewarding destination. It holds immense Buddhist history, as legend has it that Padmasambhava, known as the ‘Second Buddha’, meditated here for three months, bringing Buddhism to Bhutan. Reaching the monastery involves a steep, two-hour climb, but the breathtaking site, often called the ‘tigers lair’, is the holiest in Bhutan, honoring Guru Padmasambhava’s profound influence on the country’s spiritual legacy.

Dochula Pass

dochula pass bhutan

Don’t miss Dochula Pass when visiting Bhutan! This breathtaking pass connects Thimphu to Punakha, offering stunning views of the snow-covered Himalayas. The pass features notable landmarks like the Druk Wangyal Khang Zhang Chortens and provides a 360-degree panorama of the Himalayas, captivating tourists with its beauty. Standing at approximately 3,100 meters, Dochula Pass showcases towering snow-capped peaks, including the famous Mt. Masanggang reaching a staggering height of nearly 7,158 meters.

Kuensel Phodrang Buddha statue Thimphu

Kuensel Phodrang Buddha statue

Kuensel Phodrang is a prominent site in Bhutan, featuring a colossal Buddha statue overlooking Thimphu Valley. It offers panoramic views of the surrounding mountains and serves as a tranquil spot for visitors to relax and enjoy the scenery. Kuensel Phodrang serves as a spiritual and cultural hub, embodying the essence of Bhutanese traditions and beliefs. It is a place of reverence and reflection, where locals and tourists come to pay homage to Lord Buddha and soak in the spiritual ambiance.

Memorial Chorten Thimphu

memorial chorten thimphu

The stupa, constructed in 1974 as a tribute to the third Druk Gyalpo, Jigme Dorji Wangchuck (1928–1972), stands as a prominent feature in the cityscape, adorned with golden spires and bells. Renovated extensively in 2008, it is affectionately referred to as “the most conspicuous religious symbol in Bhutan,” drawing visitors with its striking presence and spiritual significance.

Takin Reserve in Motithang Thimphu

takin reserve thimphu

The unique creatures are Bhutan’s national animal, with a quirky legend surrounding their origin. According to local lore, a 15th-century saint crafted the peculiar animal in exchange for a meal, combining a goat’s head with a cow’s skeleton to create the takin. This fascinating creature is celebrated at the Takin Reserve in Motithang, Thimphu, Bhutan.

Tashi Dzong Thimphu

tashi dzong thimphu

Tashichho Dzong, also known as the ‘Fortress of the Glorious Religion’ or ‘Fortress of Auspicious Doctrine’, and commonly referred to as Thimphu Dzong, is a remarkable edifice housing the throne room, the offices of the king, secretariat, and the ministries of home affairs and finance. Adjacent buildings accommodate additional government offices. Since 1962, it has served as the seat of the Royal Government of Bhutan, following the relocation of the capital from Punakha to Thimphu.

Changangkha Lhakhang

Changlangkha monastery

This temple is believed to be the dwelling place of Genyen Domtsangpa, the formidable guardian of children born in Thimphu. It also contains depictions of other protective deities, and the ancient murals adorning its walls are among the oldest surviving paintings in the country.

Entry fees in Bhutan Tourist Spots

See the following charges during Bhutan Tour Packages
Thimphu Memorial Chorten- NU 500, For Student 250 |Tashichho Dzong- NU 500, For Student 250|Motithang Takin Zoo – NU 300
Folk Heritage Museum – NU 100|Handicraft Institute Thimphu- NU 100|Paro Museum – NU 100
Rinpung Dzong- NU 500, For Student 250|Taktsang Monastery /Tiger Nest- NU 1000, For Student 500|Kitchu Lakhang- NU 500, For Student 250|Punakha Dzong- NU 500, For Student 250 NU

Paro local sightseeing places

When you are covering Bhutan Tourist Places in Paro then must see following.

Nya-mey-Zam or the bridge which connects Paro town to the dzong.

Drukgyel Dzong: During your holiday trip to Bhutan one must visit Drukgyel dzong which is (a fortress monastery from where we can see the enchanting view of Mt Chomolhari below the Dzong.),

Kyichu Lakhang(the oldest and sacred shrines of the kingdom of Bhutan)

Ugyen Pelri Palace-one of the most beautiful Bhutanese architecture.

Dungtse Lhakhang-A chorten like temple with three floors representing hell heaven and earth and the paintings here are the Bhutanese best paintings,

Jangsarbu Lhakhang-a small temple which is a home to the statue of Sakyamuni Buddha.

Taktshang(Tigers Nest )monastery is the most famous of all the monasteries.It takes one way 3 hours to trek to Tigers Nest  monastery which is about 10 kilometres outside Paro town. Tourist can trek to Taktsang monastery  from Paro during their Bhutan tour.

Simthothoka Dzong: Is the oldest fort in Bhutan located on the way to Paro from Thimphu. One must visit Simthoka Dzong during Bhutan tour.

Excursions around the Paro valley

During yout Bhutan Tourism Package  must visit Chelela Pass and Haa valley

Chelela Pass:-
This pass is located at a height of 3988 metres is one of the highest motorable passes in Bhutan.
It provides an amazing view of the Mt Jhumolhari,on the top of which we can see variety  colours of blooming rhododendrons and hundreds of prayer flags trembling in the wind.

Haa Valley:
This valley is 22 kms from Chelela Pass (an hour’s drive), where we find the /Haa Dzong which is occupied by the military is a stunning view from outside. Also visit Lakhang Karpo(White temple) and Lakhang Nagpo(Black temple).


Phuntsholing during Bhutan Tour is the entrance or gateway for the travelers coming by road from Hasimara, New Alipurduar, Siliguri and Kolkata. It can also be called a business meeting place for the Indians as well as the Bhutanese.

Some of the interesting attractions in Phuntsholing are:
Amo Chuu Crocodile Breeding Centre, Bhutan Gate at the border of jaigaon and Phuntsholing makes a good photograph of your tour.
Karbandi Monastery which is located a short distance above the phuntsholing gives a worth view of the Phuntsholing town and Bengal plains.

Chukha Hydrothermal Project-Special permission is required to visit this particular project.

Bhutanese Cuisine

Bhutanese cuisine offers a unique culinary experience, centered around rice, red rice being a favorite, alongside buckwheat and maize. Protein sources include chicken, yak meat, and pork, often cooked with spices and chillies. Popular dishes include Ema Datshi (chillies and cheese stew), Jasha Maroo (spicy chicken), and Phaksha Paa (pork with red chillies). Bhutanese Butter Tea (Suja) provides comfort in cold weather, while Ara, a traditional alcoholic beverage, offers a strong and creamy drink option. Influenced by neighboring countries yet maintaining its distinct flavors, Bhutanese cuisine balances spice, warmth, and flavor, inviting travelers to embark on a unique culinary journey beyond their comfort zones.

SDF - Sustainable Development Fees

The Sustainable Development Fee (SDF) is a mandatory charge for tourists visiting Bhutan, amounting to INR 1,200 per night for Indian tourists and US $100 per night for international tourists (excluding Indian nationals). This fee is solely dedicated to supporting Bhutan’s sustainable development initiatives. It is integrated into the overall travel cost and is non-refundable. No additional documentation is usually required apart from its inclusion in the tour package.

Bhutan Dress code

Bhutan has a moderately formal dress code for both its people and visitors.One of the things that make the nation stand out is their dress code behaviour. The traditional attire for men and women were introduced around the 17th century to display their unique identity. It was made mandatory for Bhutanese citizens to wear their traditional outfits in an order to promote and preserve Bhutanese culture and heritage. The DriglamNamzha is considered as the official dress code behaviour of Bhutan. It dictates the norms regarding how the public should be dressed. The norm is accepted across the whole nation, and the citizens tend to adhere to it.

All employees must wear traditional clothing during work hours – gho robe for men and kira dress for women.

Festivals in Bhutan

Festivals in Bhutan are commendable for their richness, vibrancy and happiness. The ancient stories of the Buddhist culture and victories are re-enacted and celebrated through country which reaches out not only to local citizens, but also attracts global viewers.Most of these festivals are dedicated to Guru Rimpoche – the saint who introduced Bhutan to Buddhism in the early 8th Century.

ThimphuTshechu is the biggest and the most popular festival of bhutan. Thousands of people, all flock to the capital to be a part of the festivities. The colorful mask dances are where people and monks dance to celebrate life and happiness of the cultural essence of Bhutan, steal the show. It is a 3 day show happening during the 10th day of 8th month of the lunar calendar.

Jambay Lhakhang Drup comprises naked dancing, mask dancing and fire dancing. Traditional dances are performed to celebrate the foundation of Jambay Lhakhang Monastery to honor Guru Rimpoche. Mewang – the fire ceremony attracts thousands of tourists. Meanwhile, the event highlight is ‘Dance of Treasure’ – Tercham, where masked dancers and monks perform naked. This part of the festivities takes place in the middle of the night.  Several other festivals taking place in Bhutan, not only attract local tourists or those from neighbouring countries but also global tourists.

Hotels and Resorts in Bhutan

Accommodation in Bhutan has a vast variety ranging from luxurious 5-star hotels to small cozy hotels and homestays in authentic Bhutanese home settings. The accommodations can be classified into: hotels, resorts, guesthouses, farm stays and home stays.

Bhutan tour operator must provide his people a hotel of minimum 3 stars rating to ensure tourist comfort. Most of the hotels come with services such as wifi, spa, room service, etc though actual facilities differ from one hotel to the other. The case is similar for guesthouses. Guesthouses are much cheaper compared to star rated hotels. Even today, agriculture is a primary source of income for many Bhutanese families.

Staying in a traditional Bhutanese farm house, gives one an insight into the daily life of a typical Bhutanese family, their day-to-day activities, primitive methods of agriculture which are even prevalent today, and the unmatched hospitality and warm welcome offered by a Bhutanese host.

One can also enjoy traditional home-cooked Bhutanese food while on their stay at farm houses. Or an even more traditional experience, electricity and running water are not available at the farm stays though hot water and drinking water is provided by the host. Situated in the countryside of Bhutan, the farm houses provide a great escape from the bustle of city life and over-populated areas, amidst lush green agricultural fields.

If one is looking for a luxurious retreat to a small mystery loaded Himalayan country, Bhutan is definitely the correct choice.

  1. Amankoraor Aman resorts were the first foreign company that was allowed to start a hotel business in Bhutan. Presently they have a chain of hotels around the country with one located at the beautiful Paro valley.
  2. Hotel Gangtey palace which was once the palace of Bhutan’s second king, has a stunningly decorated holy shrine which is quite a common phenomenon in most of Bhutanese houses. There are 19 huge rooms along with a restaurant that serves Indian, western and Bhutanese cuisines. It also has a bar/lounge with stunning views of paro’s forest monastery.
  3. Taj Tashi- this hotel by the taj group of hotels brings together Bhutan’s age old culture with the new. Situated boldly in the heart of the country’s capital, this magnificent building draws a beautiful silhouette on the city’s skyline. It has services like a tea lounge, bar, indoor pool and spa along with restaurants serving Bhutanese, Asian, and continental cuisines.
  4. Uma paro- this haven, on a hillside of this mysterious country, has an array of luxurious facilities. The superior doubles of this resort has facilities like large bathrooms, minibars, provision of yoga mats similar to the deluxe doubles which are a tad larger. The suites have exclusive areas for sitting, dining, and a study while the one-bedroom villa comprises a private spa and a courtyard. Uma paro also offers facilities like hot spa, massage, and ayurvedic inspired treatments for skin, along with an indoor pool and steam room set in the forest.
  5. Other luxurious retreats include – uma by COMO in paro, wangdue eco lodge, uma by COMO in punakha, meripuensumin punakha, Hotel Drukin Thimphu and several others.


A typical Bhutan tour package for a couple usually includes accommodation, meals, transportation within Bhutan, sightseeing tours, and sometimes entry fees to attractions. Some packages may also include airfare from major Indian cities.

The starting cost of a Bhutan trip from India per head is around 28,000 INR for a 4-night package. However, prices may vary depending on the inclusions, season, and customization of the package.

The most common way to reach Bhutan from India is by air. There are flights available from some Indian cities like Delhi, Kolkata, and Bagdogra to Paro International Airport in Bhutan.

Other than direct international flight, anyone can come to Bagdogra airport and can go to Bhutan by road ways .

There is no direct Railway connectivity in Bhutan from India but from different part of the major Indian Cities , Like Kolkata, Delhi, Mumbai there is a railway connectivity to New Jalpaiguri (NJP) station . From NJP station to Bhutan by roadways is well connected.

No Visa is required for Indian

Indian tourists require Entry permit to enter Bhutan by paying SDF Charges (Sustainable development fees @ Rs.1200 per person per day). Indian citizens can obtain a permit on arrival at the immigration checkpoints in Bhutan.

Indian citizens require a valid passport or Voter ID card to enter Bhutan. The passport should have a minimum validity of six months from the date of entry.

for children up to 17 years of age, along with a valid passport or Voter ID card, an original birth certificate is required. Additionally, an identity card issued by the child’s school or college is necessary to establish their identity.

The Sustainable Development Fee (SDF) for Indian tourists visiting Bhutan is Rs. 1,200 per person per day.

The Sustainable Development Fee (SDF) for foreign tourists (other than Indian citizens) visiting Bhutan typically ranges from USD 200 to USD 250 per person per day.

The best time to visit Bhutan is during the spring and autumn seasons, from March to May and September to November, respectively. These months offer pleasant weather and clear skies, ideal for sightseeing and outdoor activities.

The minimum recommended duration for a Bhutan tour is around 5 to 7 days to explore the main attractions comfortably. However, travelers can extend their stay to delve deeper into Bhutanese culture and nature.

Tourists visiting Bhutan must book their trip through authorized tour operators and obtain a visa or permit before arrival. They should respect Bhutanese customs, traditions, and environmental regulations during their stay.

The peak tourist season in Bhutan is during the spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November) months when the weather is pleasant, and major festivals like Paro Tsechu and Thimphu Tsechu are celebrated.

Bhutan tour packages usually include visits to popular attractions such as Paro Taktsang (Tiger’s Nest), Punakha Dzong, Thimphu, Dochula Pass, the Buddha Dordenma Statue, Chele La pass, Haa Valley, Paro National museum of Bhutan, Gangtey Valley, Bumthang etc.

Yes, solo travelers can avail of Bhutan tour packages offered by various travel agencies. They may join group tours or opt for customized itineraries according to their preferences.

The currency of Bhutan is the Bhutanese Ngultrum, abbreviated as BTN.

Yes, Indian rupees are widely accepted in Bhutan for transactions, with denominations up to Rupees 500 commonly used.

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