1. How can I get a visa to travel to Bhutan?

We as a travel agent in Bhutan can get your visa. We assist our client to acquire all necessary travel documents for visiting Bhutan. You simply need to email your passport details and your intended duration of stay with dates of travel. Once we get this information we apply visa on your behalf. Visa clearance numbers are issued by the Department of Immigration and must be obtained before coming to Bhutan. It takes 7 days for processing. A visa clearance copy is then faxed or emailed to you – this confirms your visa for your arrival to Bhutan. At the point of entry your actual visa will be stamped on your passport. You cannot get visa from any other country.

  1. Is it safe to travel to Bhutan?

Bhutan is the safest destinations in Asia. The crime rate in Bhutan is very low and people are peace-loving.

  1. When is the best time to visit Bhutan?

Best Season to visit Bhutan is all months except June, July and August due to the rains that may disrupt your flight schedule to get in or out of Bhutan. In spring, the trekking season commences in moderate altitudes. Above 2500 metres, spectacular rhododendrons forests bloom. In Paro, one of the largest monastic festivals “Paro Tsechu” takes place. The temperature is pleasantly mild. Rain comes in May as the harbinger of the approaching monsoon. Autumn is the traditional season in Bhutan. September, October and November have the highest number of Tsechus (religious festivals). Trekkers particularly enjoy the clear view of the mountains in October and November.

  1. How do I get to Bhutan?

The best way to enter and exit Bhutan is by Druk Air, the national air carrier. Druk Air flies to Bangkok, Delhi, Kolkata, Bagdogra, Kathmandu, Dhaka from its base at Paro Airport, the only airport in Bhutan. You will have to buy international plane ticket in any of the above cities that you choose to connect to Druk Air. We will take care of your Druk Air bookings and ensure that you have received your Druk Air e-tickets prior to your arrival in Bhutan.

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