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Bhutan, the land of "Thunder Dragon", has many unique and attractive places and things to offer to the tourists. If you are looking for the best Bhutan Holiday Packages, you have come to the right place. Whatever your travel requirements are, you will always find suitable Bhutan Travel Packages at North Bengal Tourism. Whether you need Bhutan Packages for your family and friends or Bhutan Honeymoon Packages for your partner, North Bengal Tourism can always help you find the best Bhutan Holiday Packages. Be it a simple tour with your family, an intense trekking and exploring tour with friends, a romantic trip with your loved one, there is always a Bhutan Holiday Package for you. Moreover, explore all the tailor-made tour itineraries, choose the suitable one for you or customize it as per your preferences. To help you spend a smooth and enjoyable Bhutan Tour, we have shared some tips and tricks for you such as the best time to visit, how to reach, foods to eat, things to do and so on.
Due to the variety of altitudes, Bhutan is located in; the weather of Bhutan varies from South to North or from East to West. Hence, you can visit Bhutan at any time of the year. But still, October to December and March to May are the finest months to spend your holiday in Bhutan. If you are eager to indulge yourself in trekking activities and want a breathtaking view of the mountains and valleys, October to December is the months for you. And if you want to see Bhutan with the colorful valleys with blooming flowers, March to May are the months for you. Throughout these months, the mountain peaks remain clearly visible. As a result, you can enjoy a mesmerizing holiday in Bhutan after opting for any Bhutan Holiday Packages for these months.
Reaching Bhutan is an easy task as there are plenty of options available. From India, entering Bhutan is quite easy. Bhutan is nicely connected by road with India. Phuentsholing is the border town of Bhutan, whereas Jaigaon is the city of India near Bhutan. So, after reaching Jaigaon, get the Inner Line Permit and quite comfortably reach Bhutan. Moreover, Bhutan can also be reached by air. Paro Airport is the maiden airport in Bhutan. Bhutan Airlines and Druk Air offer flights for passengers and most of the international flights are direct.
Bhutan is yet to explore completely as it remained closed for the outsiders for many years. There are many tourists' destinations in Bhutan and some of them are mentioned below.
As you already know, Bhutan has plenty of sightseeing places to visit too. Whether you want to explore Buddhist monasteries, temples or significant monuments or architectures, Bhutan has all the things you need.
In Bhutan, you can try a variety of delicious foods. You will find Nepali, Tibetan, and Indian mixed foods all over Bhutan. But there are also many Bhutanese authentic meals you can try, such as
If you live in India, Bangladesh or Maldives, you don't need a Visa. Indian nationals just need to bring Voter Id issued by the Election Commission of India. Except for these three countries, other countries people need a Visa to enter Bhutan.
You can indulge yourself in plenty of things in Bhutan and they are -
As Bhutan is a place with a rich heritage and culture, Bhutan offers a good shopping experience in handicrafts, textile, jewelry, and many other wooden products. You can buy these items from various shopping centers such as Lungtha Handicrafts, National Handicraft Emporium, Druk Jewelry, Sorji Jewellery Gift Shop, Bhimraj Store, Lungta Handicrafts, etc.
Bhutan does not have many options when it comes to public transportation. There are no railway tracks in Bhutan, but you can get cars, taxis and buses. Buses usually stay too crowded. Hence, a private taxi is the best option to travel in Bhutan.
Bhutan, as its tagline suggests, is a peaceful country with the least criminal cases. People are friendly, helpful and also co-operative. In the weather point of view, it is advisable to visit Bhutan during autumn and spring as the condition of roads and places stays quite charming during these seasons.
If you are an Indian citizen, you have to carry your Voter Identity Card issued by Election Commission of India, 4 recent passport size photographs and an Inner Line Permit while entering Bhutan. Moreover, children below 5 years required to bring their birth certificate. But, if you are a citizen of any other country except India, Bangladesh or Maldives, you have to bring your Visa, passport size photographs and an Identity card.
Whenever and wherever you go to spend your holiday, it is always advisable to stay prepared. Here, you will get to know some valuable information regarding your trip to Bhutan.
If you are going to visit this fascinating country with our Travel Packages of Bhutan, you must know and follow some of the cautions and they are as mentioned below.