Travelling to Bhutan, What to Know before you travel Bhutan.

Bhutan-Travelling

Druk Norzoey Travel is an inbound Bhutan Travel Specialist based in the kingdom of Bhutan and managed by a committed and dedicated team of professionals who are passionate about their jobs and love nothing more than sharing the precious gift of Bhutan with the world.

We have extensive experience of guiding western tourists around Bhutan and a good understanding of your needs and interests. Our mission is to offer you an exotic, yet comfortable travelling experience in our homeland, based on what you want to see and do.
We have explored every corner of the country and we can share with you our intimate knowledge of Festivals, Trekking, Cultural Tours, Tailored made packages and wedding packages etc. and places of cultural and historical interest.

If you want to see some additional sights, visit a local village and stop at a farmhouse for tea, or substitute some sightseeing for a short hike (or the reverse), this is easily arranged and you can discuss it with your guide at the time once you are in Bhutan All the guides we employ are fluent in English, have years of experience in Bhutan’s tourism industry and are trained and licensed by the Bhutan government.

Bhutan Visa 

With the exception of visitors from India, Bangladesh and Maldives, all other visitors travelling to Bhutan need a visa.

Indian, Bangladeshis and Maldivian nationals can obtain a permit at the port of entry on producing a valid passport with a minimum of 6 months validity (Indian nationals may also use their Voters Identity Card (VIC)).

All other tourists must obtain a visa clearance prior the travel to Bhutan. Visas are processed through an online system by your licensed Bhutanese tour operator directly or through a foreign travel agent.

You are required to send the photo-page of your passport to your tour operator who will then apply for your visa.  The visa will be processed by the Tourism Council of Bhutan (TCB) once the full payment of your holiday (including a USD $40 visa fee) has been wire transferred and received in the TCB bank account. Once received, the visa clearance will be processed within 72 working hours.

At your point of entry you will be required to show your visa clearance letter, the visa will then be stamped into your passport.

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Traveling to Bhutan?

The Kingdom of Bhutan remained largely cut off from the rest of the world up until the early 1960’s. Entering the country was difficult as it was only accessible by foot from two main entry points, one in the North and another from the South. The Northern route was through Tibet, crossing high mountain passes that were inaccessible throughout the winters.

The second entry route from the South came through the plains of Assam and West Bengal. The high frozen passes in the North and the dense jungles in the South made it extremely difficult to enter the country.

However, carefully planned economic development has made the country much more accessible and there are now a network of roads entering and traversing the country, as well as one international and multiple domestic airports.

Today the main roads entering the country are through Phuentsholing in the south, linking Bhutan with the Indian plains of West Bengal through the border towns of Gelephu, in the central region and Samdrup Jongkhar in the east, that link Bhutan with the Indian state of Assam.

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