Tourism in Bhutan today is a vibrant business guided by the bedrock policy of high-Value, low-impact tourism. Tourism in Bhutan is founded on the principle of sustainability, meaning that tourism must be environmentally and ecologically Friendly, socially and culturally acceptable, and economically viable. Bhutan does not limit tourist arrivals; in fact, tourism is now the government’s top priority.
The Royal Government of Bhutan recognizes that tourism, in affording the opportunity to travel, can help in promoting understanding among people and building closer ties of friendship based on appreciation and respect for different cultures and lifestyles
Foster a vibrant industry as a positive force in the conservation of environment, promotion of cultural heritage, safeguarding sovereign status of the Nation and for significantly contributing to Gross National Happiness.
All tourists must pay in advance an all-inclusive minimum daily package rate set by the Government through a licensed local Bhutanese tour operator.
*Royalty is the welfare levy, which goes to the national exchequer for social service of the RGOB
Minimum of 3-star Accommodations full board (BLD) (4/5-star may require a premium additional supplementary)
Hotel are categorized by the tourism Council of Bhutan
Ranges: Top brand hotels – Guest houses, lodges and home stay
Restaurants: Most of the restaurant provided good choice of traditional and Mixed continental menu.
All foreigners, except for the citizens of India and Bangladesh, require a visa to enter Bhutan. The e visa clearance must be obtained prior to departing for Bhutan from the capital city, Thimphu.
All visitors are advised to complete the Customs Form and submit it at the point of entry. The following articles are exempted from customs duty
Import and export of the following goods are strictly prohibited:
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