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About Bhutan

If there is a heaven on Earth? It is this, it truly is. 'Land of the Thunder Dragon'. Hidden away in the Himalayas Bhutan and its people have largely lived a life of isolation from the rest of the world. The Bhutanese have succeeded in maintaining their cultural and spiritual heritage and belief that they live in the last Shangri-La by strictly limiting the number of tourists to the Kingdom to a maximum of 5000 a year. Western values have
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Bhutan Climate information

The southern part of Bhutan is tropical, and in general the east of Bhutan is warmer than the west of the country. The central valley of Punakha, Wangduephodrang, Mongar, Trashigang and Lhuntshi enjoys a semi tropical climate with very cool winters, while Thimphu, Tongsa and Bumthang have a temperate climate with monsoon rains in the summer (22- 28-degree Celsius approx.) with snow-fall in winter. Winter (below 0 – 8 Degree Celsius approx.) The best time to visit Bhutan is from
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Bhutan Tariff

An International Tourist Tariff has been set by the Royal Government of Bhutan and is valid for all-inclusive packages. 1. The daily tariff for tourists visiting in a group of 03 persons or more is approx.: Cultural tours/Trekking: US. $ 250 per person per night and is based on total nights stayed. 2. For individuals and small groups of less than three persons, there is an additional surcharge on the above rates, per night applicable rates of US $ 40
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Bhutan Travel Information

VISITING BHUTAN All tourists willing to visit Bhutan must buy an all-inclusive package tour from the local agent in Kathmandu or through their agents abroad. The Royal Government of Bhutan has set a fixed tariff. This tariff includes accommodation, transport, guides and meals. VISAS A visa is required for traveling to Bhutan. All foreign nationals intending to visit Bhutan with us should apply to Nature Trails Travels & Tours with a complete visa form along with a Xerox copy of
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Festival dates in Bhutan for 2017

This page will give you exact festival dates in Bhutan. We try our best to update and double check the exact dates, so that those festival dates are correct. Bhutan has their own festival calendar and this is totally different than the western caledar. Festival in Bhutan known as Tsechu, or "Tsechu" means Festival, offer the visitor an opportunity to see the colourful mask dances and religious art forms of Bhutan and Bhutanese culture or there way of life. It
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