Kuzu Zangpo La!

Welcome to the start of your journey to Bhutan. We, at Bhutan Tours and Travels are here to work with you to make your trip to Bhutan, one that is exceptional and memorable. Most importantly, we hope to lead you through a mindful appreciation of our much beloved landlocked country. Though regarded by the world with a mystical admiration, Bhutan, like any developing nation, is plying the delicate road between tradition and modernity, spiritualism and materialism, and at the cusp of its own self discovery with the objective to maintain a middle path to happiness, contentment and wellbeing.

So we hope this journey of exploration and self-discovery will not be only of the senses but also of the mind and heart.

Upcoming Travel Experiences

black hat dance, punakha tshechu

Punakha Tshechu

3 - 9 March 2020

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$1760 pp
bhutan yoga retreat 2019

Bhutan Yoga Retreat

18 - 27 September 2020

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$5790 pp*
Paro Tshechu, Bhutan

Paro Tshechu

4 - 11 April 2020

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$1850 pp
Thimphu Tshechu

Thimphu Tshechu

24 - 30 September 2020

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$1850 pp
Tshona patta trek, trekking in bhutan, bhutan tours

Norb Tshona Patta

Available Year Round

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$3240 pp
Druk path trek, bhutan

Druk Path Trek

Available Year Round

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$3040 pp


Meaningful journeys of the mind and heart and of self discovery!

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Some FAQs on traveling to and around Bhutan

When is the best time to visit Bhutan

The best time to travel are the two seasons of spring and fall, March to May and September to November accordingly. The weather is good then and there are many festivals that are within short distances from places like Thimpu and Paro during these seasons. You can travel during the rest of the year too but June, July and August are slightly humid because of the onset of the monsoon while December, January and February are winter months.

You can visit western Bhutan (Thimphu, Paro, Punakha and Wangduephodrang) anytime of the year. Avoid central and eastern Bhutan during the monsoons when the weather is not ideal for sightseeing.

However with climate change it is almost impossible to predict weather conditions and seasons.

What does it cost to visit Bhutan?

The international tourist tariff is set by the Royal Government of Bhutan and is termed as the Daily Minimum Tariff.

For groups of three persons or more, the rates are as follows:

High season (March, April, May, June and September, October and November): US $250/- per person per day.
Low Season (December, January, February and June, July and August): US$ 200 per person per day in

For a group of less than three persons, there is a surcharge in addition to the daily minimum tariff.
One person:  US $40 per person per day.
Two and three people: US $30 per person per day.
Four people or more: No surcharge applicable.

A one-time visa fee of US $40 levied in addition to the daily tariff.

What’s the difference between booking a trip directly through BTT?

BTT is a local operator based in Thimphu, Bhutan. We not only work closely with you to create your trip, but in accordance with our vision we try and implement activities at local/rural areas where impact can be made through your travels. You also save a good deal of money by booking directly with us. The agents abroad are commissionable agents. Even if you book your trip through travel agents abroad, they ultimately need to deal with local operators in Bhutan.


Feel free to contact us anytime via email or phone.

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