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Title: Bhutans Tourism Policy


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Happiness is a place
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Bhutan's Tourism Policy In 1991, the Royal
Government of Bhutan privatized the tourism
industry, which had previously been run
completely by the government. Today the industry
is thriving, with over 60 tour operators in
business. All tourism in the country is conducted
according to the principal of sustainability. In
order to preserve the natural environment and the
lifestyle of the Bhutanese people, and avoid
upsetting the socioeconomic balance, the number
of tourists permitted to visit Bhutan is limited.
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The Royal Government of Bhutan insists that
foreign travelers entering Bhutan visit via a
packaged tour, with a pre-planned itinerary. If
traveling in a group isn't your style, there are
certain provisions for an independent traveler.
You may gain a little more freedom traveling
without a group, but your tour operator to
establish guidelines for what you would like to
see and do while visiting.
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Also Visit - Bhutan Packages from Delhi Ravel
within the country is limited to foot or car.
Your tour operator will arrange to have
knowledgeable guide and driver with you
throughout your stay. Thu, transportation,
including airport transfers, is not a concern for
the traveler. Unless you are a personal invited
delegate, it is impossible to travel
unaccompanied in Bhutan. Taxi service is only
available in Thimphu.
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Depending on the size of the group, you will
travel in a bus, minivan, or car. A
four-wheel-drive vehicle is a necessity if you
are traveling to central and eastern Bhutan
during the winter (late Nov.-Feb.) or monsoon
season (late June-early Sept.). Most of the
utility guest of Bhutanese national or an
vehicles used to transport guests are relatively
new and comfortable.
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The Tourism Authority of Bhutan imposes a tariff
on all visitors. At press time, the tariff was
Rs. 200 per person per day during peak season,
and Rs. 165 per person per day during off-season.
Individual travelers and groups of fewer than
three people are subject to an additional
surcharge of 30 per person per day for group of
two or Rs. 40 per day for solo travelers. All
travelers to Bhutan stay in government-approved
hotels, guest houses, and lodges. During the busy
festival seasons in the spring and fall,
travelers are placed in Hotels on a first-come,
first-served basis. Regardless of you
accommodation, or the type of tour you choose,
the rates remain the same, so book early if you
plan on traveling in high season.
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Foreigners are only allowed to enter Bhutan via
air into Paro, or by road into Phuentsholing,
although they many exit by road throught Samdrup
Jongkar. Guwahati, the capital town of the
northeastern Indian state of Assam, has a
domestic airport located about three hoursfrom
the border at Samdrup Jongkar the offers daily
flights to cal through lush pastures, alongside
sheer rock cliffs, down mountains, and over high
passes. The road takes many twists and turns. At
times, the views are spectacular, and the drive
can be quite an adventure. For more information
on Bhutan tour packages contact Swan Tours one of
the leading travel agents in India
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Foreigners are only allowed to enter Bhutan via
air into Paro, or by road into Phuentsholing,
although they many exit by road throught Samdrup
Jongkar. Guwahati, the capital town of the
northeastern Indian state of Assam, has a
domestic airport located about three hoursfrom
the border at Samdrup Jongkar the offers daily
flights to cal through lush pastures, alongside
sheer rock cliffs, down mountains, and over high
passes. The road takes many twists and turns. At
times, the views are spectacular, and the drive
can be quite an adventure. For more information
on Bhutan tour packages contact Swan Tours one of
the leading travel agents in India
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Contact Us
Swan Tours Address - Flat No-6, Shankar Market,
Connaught Place, New Delhi - 110 001. Landmark
Diagonally opposite Haldiram (L-Block Connaught
Place) Phone No. - 011 23415601, 23415606
Mobile No. - 9810100293 , 8287 000 333
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