Welcome to Bhutan

Bhutan Green Travel (BGT) welcomes everyone to Bhutan, traditionally known as “Druk Yul” (means “Land of the Thunder Dragon.”) A tiny Buddhist Kingdom, comparably the size of Switzerland, is perched in the great Himalayas between two giant neighbours, Tibet (China) to the north and the Indian States of Assam to the east, Arunachal Pradesh to the west and Sikkim & West Bengal to the south. This is a country that has been described as the last Shangri-La in the world, where few travellers have journeyed and is, today, one of the most sought after travel destinations. The country is slowly opening up to the modern world maintaining a fine balance with its ancient traditions. It promises you an adventure like no other.

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Important Features

Itinerary Types
There is a lot to see in Bhutan – we have given here only a few of our most popular options. So you may contact us for more information...
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How Much Does It Cost?
The Bhutan holiday tour packages are set according to a minimum daily package rate (MDPR) fixed by the Royal Government of Bhutan...
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Passport & Visa
You will need a passport (at least 6 months validity) and visa to enter and exit Bhutan. As a local licensed tour operator we process all visas...
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FAQs
01. Where is Bhutan?
Bhutan is a small, land-locked Buddhist country nestled deep in the Himalayas between two Asian giants, China in the north and India in the south. Thimphu (capital city) is situated in the western central part of the country at an elevation of 2,300m above sea level.
02. Is Bhutan a safe country?
Bhutan is a very safe country to travel especially for women, children and solo travellers. Crime rates are generally very low, where begging and theft are not very common. It is advisable to take the usual safety precautions and avoid walking alone late at night and, if you must, ask your guide to accompany you.
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Testimonials
Upcoming Events 2020/21
Haa Summer Festival
11 – 12 Jul 2020

Thimphu Tshechu Festival
26 – 28 Sep 2020

Jambay Lhakhang Drup Festival
31 Oct – 03 Nov 2020

Trashigang Tshechu Festival
22 – 24 Nov 2020

Druk Wangyel Tshechu Festival
13 Dec 2020

Punakha Festival
19 – 24 Feb 2021

Gomphu Kora Tshechu Festival
21 – 23 Mar 2021

Paro Tshechu Festival
24 – 28 Mar 2021

Rhododendron Festival
16 – 18 Apr 2021

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