Travelling to Bhutan - Parp Tshechu

Travelling-to-Bhutan-Bhutan-Holiday-PackagesThe tiny Himalayan kingdom of Bhutan remained isolated in the lofty mountains of the Himalayas for centuries, completely cut off from the rest of the world. In the ancient times, the remote kingdom was an abode of meditation for many great Indian and Tibetan practitioners of Buddhism.

Travelling to Bhutan makes it all the more worthwhile in today’s time. Few countries in the world would offer what Bhutan can in terms of a variety of reasons. A trip by air to Bhutan will land you to Paro where Bhutan’s only International Airport is located. As soon as you arrive to Bhutan, one is treated to a sight of quaint temples, prayer flags and traditional Bhutanese homes.

Before travelling to Bhutan, it is important to ensure you have everything sorted out regarding visa requirement, travel insurance and your itinerary either with your local travel agent or your Bhutanese partner. There is no visa on arrival in Bhutan.

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Bhutan Wonderland Tours and Treks is an inbound Bhutan Travel Specialist located in the kingdom of Bhutan and overseen by a submitted and committed group of experts who are energetic about their occupations and love just offering the valuable endowment of Bhutan to the world.

Our executives have been working in the movement business since the stone period of the travel industry in Bhutan, regularly known as the 1990s, and have immense involvement in the business.

Guaranteed Visa Approval

We have satisfied each and every one of our travelers visa issuance needs.

Accommodation

We only book you into the hotels we love and would visit again.

When to Visit Bhutan?

We recommend visiting Bhutan in autumn and spring.

Complete Customization

Create your own special trip by adding short treks and upgrading your hotel stays.

No Hidden Costs

You won’t need to make any additional payments during your trip.

No Hidden Shopping Stop

Our tours do not have commission based shopping stop, we do not believe a perfect trip to require one

Travelling to Bhutan

If you are looking for a week honeymoon trip, a short break from your hustle bustle life or educational tour, the tour of Bhutan has it all. The tour of Bhutan provides you with the best honeymoon packages with best accommodation of three to five star hotels. Bhutan has so many places which are still far away from city and are kept in isolation from city hustle bustle life.

Bhutan Festival Tour

Check for events and festival before deciding on travelling to Bhutan. The best season to travel to Bhutan is during spring and fall where most of the local festivals take place. During this season, tourists have to pay a tariff of USD 250. The famous Thimphu Tshechu, the festival of colorful mask dance is held between September and October every year.

Bhutan Hiking Tours

Check for events and festival before deciding on travelling to Bhutan. The best season to travel to Bhutan is during spring and fall where most of the local festivals take place. During this season, tourists have to pay a tariff of USD 250. The famous Thimphu Tshechu, the festival of colorful mask dance is held between September and October every year.

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Kim L. Burney
Finland
We took a 7 day Bhutan tour and the processing and paperwork was extremely easy to begin with. The team made absolutely everything extremely easy and comfortable, with great communication, ranging from any dietary requirements from the temperature of the room and the car.
Shing Ch'in
China
We were a group of seven. We recently went trekking to Phajoding and then to the Dungtsho. Thanks to Bhutan Wonderland Tours for their well planned and organised schedules, we had a great and awesome experience on top of the hill.

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