Tourism Registration No: 1516/066

Introduction

BHUTAN
The Kingdom of Bhutan is known for its culture, architecture and archery, but in many ways, it has remained a mystery until half a century ago.

The serene country, which is about half the size of Indiana, is cradled between its husky neighbors China to the north and India to the south. Its lands include subtropical savannahs to forests to the unforgiving Himilayas that guard the country???s eastern border.

Its isolation, domestic policies and decision to limit tourism have helped to protect its culture and its natural beauty.? These are among the reasons it is referred to as the Last Shangri-la and the crown jewel of the Himalayas.On the other hand, the Bhutanese call their country Druk Yul, Land of the Thunder Dragon, because of the violent snow storms.

The country has three horizontal regions.? The southern layer is the most agricultural where farmers grow fruit, rice, spices, tea and tobacco.? The middle portion has thick forests and copper and coal mines.? Agriculture and timber make up about 60 percent of the country???s small and under-developed economy.? The northern part, which includes the Himalayas, is non-agricultural and, frankly, can be downright inhospitable.
The landlocked country spans 18,147 square miles.? It is served by several small rivers that eventually empty into the Bay of Bengal.

Climate
The climate varies with altitude, with the highest temperatures and rainfall occurring in the south which bears the brunt of the monsoon between June and September.

Temperatures drop dramatically with increases in altitude though days are usually very pleasant with clear skies and sunshine. Nights are cold and require heavy woollen clothing, particularly in winter. Generally, October, November and April to mid June are the best times to visit – rainfall is at a minimum and temperatures are conducive to active days of sightseeing. The foothills are also very pleasant during the winter.

Weather Chart
Bhutan Average Temperatures in Degree Celsius High/Low)
JAN? ? ? FEB? ? ? MAR? ? ? APR? ? ? MAY? ? ? JUN? ? ? JUL? ? ? AUG? ? ? SEP? ? ? OCT? ? ? NOV? ? ? DEC
Paro? ? ? 9.4/
-5.8? ? ? 13.4/
1.5? ? ? 14.5/
0.6? ? ? 17.6/
4.6? ? ? 23.5/
10.6? ? ? 25.4/
13.1? ? ? 26.8/
14.9? ? ? 25.3/
14.7? ? ? 23.4/
11.7? ? ? 18.7/
7.4? ? ? 13.9/
1.4? ? ? 11.2/
-1.7
Thimphu? ? ? 12.3/
-2.6? ? ? 14.4/
0.6? ? ?

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16.4/
3.9? ? ? 20.0/
7.1? ? ? 22.5/
13.1? ? ? 24.4/
15.2? ? ? 18.9/
13.4? ? ? 25.0/
15.8? ? ? 23.1/
15.0? ? ? 21.9/
10.4? ? ? 17.9/
5.0? ? ? 14.5/
-1.1
Punakha? ? ? 16.1/
4.2? ? ? 19.6/
5.3? ? ? 21.2/
9.2? ? ? 24.4/
11.9? ? ? 27.2/
14.8? ? ? 31.2/
19.5? ? ? 32.0/
21.6? ? ? 31.4/
19.8? ? ? 29.9/
20.0? ? ? 27.8/
18.9? ? ? 22.3/
13.0? ? ? 15.0/
7.9
Wangdue? ? ? 17.0/
4.3? ? ? 19.0/
7.8? ? ? 22.8/
10.4? ? ? 26.2/
12.9? ? ? 29.1/
17.7? ? ? 29.2/
20.1? ? ? 18.4/
16.2? ? ? 29.1/
20.0? ? ? 27.5/
19.1? ? ? 26.1/
14.7? ? ? 22.6/
9.6? ? ? 19.1/
6.3
Trongsa? ? ? 13.0/
-0.2? ? ? 13.9/
0.4? ? ? 16.7/
4.4? ? ? 20.1/
6.6? ? ? 21.0/
11.6? ? ? 22.2/
13.6? ? ? 25.3/
15.3? ? ? 23.8/
15.0? ? ? 22.6/
14.2? ? ? 21.8/
11.7? ? ? 19.8/
6.4? ? ? 18.2/
2.5
Bumthang? ? ? 10.8/
-5.1? ? ? 10.0/
-1.4? ? ? 16.2/
3.5? ? ? 18.7/
3.9? ? ? 21.3/
9.5? ? ?

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22.5/
13.5? ? ? 14.1/
10.9? ? ? 23.0/
13.7? ? ? 21.6/
12.1? ? ? 19.5/
5.9? ? ? 16.1/
-0.5? ? ? 12.3/
-2.3
Mongar? ? ? 15.5/
8.2? ? ? 15.9/
8.3? ? ? 20.0/
11.6? ? ? 22.8/
14.0? ? ? 25.1/
17.4? ? ? 26.1/
19.5? ? ? 16.1/
15.8? ? ? 25.4/
19.6? ? ? 24.7/
19.4? ? ? 22.7/
15.8? ? ? 19.9/
11.2? ? ? 15.7/
9.5
Trashigang? ? ? 20.4/
10.5? ? ? 21.7/
11.5? ? ? 24.8/
14.4? ? ? 28.3/
17.0? ? ? 30.0/
20.6? ? ? 30.7/
22.6? ? ? 31.5/
23.1? ? ? 30.2/
22.7? ? ? 30.0/
23.9? ? ? 29.1/
17.7? ? ? 26.1/
13.6? ? ? 23.0/
11.6

Clothing
Lightweight cottons in the foothills, also linens and waterproof gear, light sweaters and jackets for the evenings. Upland areas: thick, warm clothing for evenings, particularly during the winter months.

Visa Note
(a) Air tickets cannot be purchased without visa clearance. (b) Visas are only issued to tourists booked with a local licensed tour operator, or through a foreign travel agent. All applications are submitted through the tour operator. (c) Visas are issued (stamped in passport) on arrival at Paro Airport or at Phuentsholing check post.
Types of Visa and Cost
Tourist: US$20..
Validity
Visas are initially granted for stays of up to 15 days. The Bhutan Tourism Corporation Limited (BTCL) can apply for an extension of tourist visas for an additional fee per person.Tourist visas have to be approved prior to your arrival in Bhutan. With prior approval visas are then issued only on your arrive in the country, either at Paro airport or (if by road) at Phuentsoling. Once you are ready to confirm your tour arrangements we will apply for your visas. We need the following details in order to start applying for visas.
01: Your full name (as it appears in your passport) -
02: Permanent address -
03: Occupation -
04: Nationality -
05: Passport number -
06: Date of issue and expiration of passport -
07: Date and place of birth -
Double check that the information is correct; if there are discrepancies when you arrive in Bhutan, delays and complications can take place.

The actual visa is stamped in your passport only when you arrive in Bhutan. You need to pay US$ 20 and present a passport photo with your passport number written on the back. You will then receive a visa for the period of your stay in Bhutan. We will process visa extensions for you if they become necessary.

Currency
1 Ngultrum (BTN; symbol Nu) = 100 chetrum (Ch). The Ngultrum is pegged to the Indian Rupee (which is also acccepted as legal tender). Notes are in denominations of Nu500, 100, 50, 20, 10 and 5. Coins are in denominations of Nu1, and? 50, 25 and 20 chetrum. Smaller denomination notes and coins have been discontinued but are still in circulation and are legal tender. US Dollars are also widely accepted.
Currency Exchange: Leading foreign currencies are accepted but traveller’s cheques are preferred and receive a better exchange rate. Major hotels in Thimphu, Paro and Phuentsholing will also exchange foreign currency.
Credit/Debit Cards and ATMs :Most cards have limited acceptability. ATMs only accept Bhutanese bank cards.
Traveller’s Cheques: These can be exchanged in any branch of the Bank of Bhutan or at all BTCL hotels. Travellers are advised to take traveller’s cheques in US Dollars.

Our clients are happy. They have enjoyed their entire trip in Nepal to the fullest. Thanks for all your efforts.
- Amit Saxena