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Sikkim Bhutan Bike Trip 13 Days / 12 Nights ₹ 29000.0
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Booking customizable Bhutan tour packages with Thrillophilia will get you loads of exciting deals and offers. Specially curated packages will let you experience the charming beauty of these places that happens to be some of the unexplored parts of the great Himalayan Mountain Range. You will get to enjoy the scenic mountain ranges and also get a chance to learn more about the culture and tradition of the places by taking special guided tours. Thrillophilia makes sure that you get well-experienced and expert tour guides who will give you utmost knowledge about every single place.

Thrillophilia offers special guided tours for pilgrims so that they can have a complete understanding of the places of worship and the age-old monasteries having loads of historical significance. You will get personalized service all through the trip no matter you are in some of the hand-picked hotel accommodations or you are taking an adventure activity or simply traversing from one place to another. The expert crew members will make sure that you get all the bells and whistles at your fingertips. 

Thrillophilia offers specially created Bhutan packages that suit all types of travelers starting from group adventure seekers to family vacationers and from romantic couples to wanderlust solo travelers. These packages will take you to some of the prominent dzongs, heritage monasteries, picturesque rivers, and scenic lush green valleys. You will truly be amazed by the century-old structures and monuments which are a perfect example of the sheer craftsmanship of the bygone era. Thrillophilia lets you marvel in places that are antiquated by the old charm and are full of serenity. Every single trip to Bhutan is incomplete if you haven’t tried out some of the amazing adventure activities. Itineraries from Thrillophilia are designed carefully to offer you lots of adventure activities starting from trekking to river rafting. 
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  1. Which are the best places to visit on Bhutan tour?

    Some of the most unique places that you need to include in your Bhutan tour packages are:

    1. Tiger’s Nest: Tiger’s Nest, also referred to as Taktsang Palphug Monastery, is not only famous here but throughout the world. This 16th-century monastery has an extraordinary architecture and is a must-visit while in  hutan. It is a cluster of buildings that looks as if it is cascading down a 900-metre high cliff. It consists of 4 temples, praying spaces, and residences for monks. The monastery is reachable only after a steep 2-3 hour climb.

    Location: Taktsang trail, Paro Valley. 
    Price: The entry fee is INR 1,000 per person. 
    Timings: Every day 8:00 am to 4:00 pm. 

    2. Chele La: One of the most intriguing and exciting places to visit in Bhutan, Chele La is the country’s highest motorable pass. Located at an altitude of around 3988 metres above sea level, it divides the Haa Valley from Paro Valley. The pass offers stupendous views of the surrounding alpine forests, waterfalls, lush green valleys, and mountains like Jomolhari.

    Location: The pass is located on the Bondey-Haa Highway.
    Price: There is no entry fee. 
    Timings: The pass can be accessed anytime. 

    3. Punakha Suspension Bridge:  This suspension bridge is the oldest and the longest bridge in the country built over the Po Chhu River. It is quite an exciting experience walking on this wobbly yet surprisingly sturdy bridge as one crosses over the rushing river. It is an amazing vantage point to see the beauty of the misty lush meadows and valleys around.

    Mountainous regions are synonyms with these amazing structures that seem to delicately hang in the air. One of the longest in the country, this wooden-planked bridge is a must-see. The length of the bridge is covered in colourful prayer flags and garlands that emit peaceful and positive vibrations as they flutter in the wind. The bridge connects the Punakha Dzong with the villages of Shengana, Samdingkha, and Wangkha.

    Location: Gunji Thang, Chuu Riverbank, 5 minutes away from the Punakha Dzong. 
    Price: There is no entry fee. 
    Timings: The Bridge is open 24/7.

    4. National Museum: There is no better way to know about the rich cultural heritage of this Himalayan kingdom than to visit its National Museum. The history of this museum is as intriguing as its treasures. This building was used as a watchtower in the 16th-century and reconstructed to house the museum in 1968.

    This intriguing conch-shaped building is a testimony of how this country evolved. It has 6 floors, with each of them narrating a unique story through the preserved paintings, royal dresses, weapons, wildlife specimens, jewellery, masks, scrolls, carved stones, etc. The biggest attraction here is the ‘Egg of Mule’ that came to the museum in 1928.

    While nobody knows how this intriguing exhibit came to the museum, there are many legends that one hears. It is said that there was a rich businessman Tshongpo Wangdi who possessed 2 mules with extraordinary strength. One day, one of his mules dropped dead and an egg was found beside his body. This egg, considered to be lucky, saved the family from an epidemic that destroyed their entire village.

    Location: The museum is located above the Rinpung Dzong, Paro.
    Price: INR 25 per person.
    Timings: Summers (March-October)- 9:00 am to 5:00 pm
                    Winters (November-February)- 9:00 am to 4:00 pm

    5. Dochula Pass: This mountain pass, standing at an elevation of around 3100 metres, is one of the most striking locations in Bhutan. The pass is famous for offering jaw-dropping panoramic views of surrounding mountains and valleys shrouded in silvery mist.

    Thickets of flowers like magnolia, rhododendrons, surround the pass and Daphne and are framed by Himalayan ranges in the background. At the pass’s summit, you will see the 108 Druk Wangyal Chortens (stupas) that stand as a memorial to the fallen Bhutanese soldiers in the 2003 armed rebellion. Every year the Dochula Druk Wangyal Tsechu is held at the festival ground near the pass.

    Location: The pass is located on the road between Thimphu to Punakha. 
    Price: There is no entry fee. 
    Timings: Can be accessed any time of the year. 

    6. Haa Valley: Surrounded by miles of brown-golden rice fields, meadows, and high mountain peaks in the background, Haa Valley is one of the most stunning places to include in your Bhutan tour packages. Home to the Queen Grandmother of the Dorji dynasty, this valley was opened to the tourists only in 2002.

    This is why it has mostly remained untouched and is the best place to spend some laid back time. Don’t miss seeing the White Temple and the 15th-century Haa Wangchuk Dzong while here. The valley is quite popular with adventure enthusiasts for its numerous rugged trails that are perfect for hiking and mountain biking.

    Location: The valley is located in the south-west of Paro and connects it with Chhukha and Samtse. 
    Price: There is no entry fee.
    Timings: Can be visited any time of the year. 

    7. Royal Manas National Park: Bhutan is abundant in wildlife and has rich & diverse fauna ecosystems throughout its landscape. This national park, sharing its border with the Manas Tiger Reserve in India, showcases how the Bhutanese people lovingly conserve their nature. It houses hundreds of endangered and vulnerable species of birds, plants, animals, butterflies, and fish that are rarely seen in any other countries besides Bhutan.

    Some of the park’s most famous and exotic residents of this park are Himalayan Black Bears, Royal Bengal Tigers, Asian Elephants, Asiatic Gaur, Pygmy Hog, Golden Langur, Red-headed vultures, White-bellied herons, etc.If you plan in advance, you can also participate in bird watching tours that are conducted regularly at the park. 

    Location: South-central Bhutan.
    Price: INR 100 per person. 
    Timings: Every day from 5:30 am to 6:30 pm

    8. Choki Traditional Art School: Bhutan has a rich culture of art and craft and this beautiful place showcases how the love of these extends beyond barriers. This art school was specially established to teach arts to students who were talented but couldn’t afford to pay to learn. On your visit, you will be met with smiling little faces who will happily take you on a round of their school to see children engaged in clay art, carvings, and painting. 

    Location: Kabesa Lam, Thimphu.
    Price: The entry is free. 
    Timings: Every day from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm. 

    9. Weekend Handicraft Market: Also known as the authentic Bhutanese Crafts Bazaar, this vibrant market is the highlight of any Bhutan tour.  This is where people go to catch the vibrant and happy pulse of the country.

    Sellers from all across the country come to this bazaar every weekend to sell amazing bamboo products, silk fabrics, statuettes of Buddha, prayer flags, brass incense holders, carved dragons, thangkas, bells, drums, jewellery, etc. You can also pick up locally made beer, honey, cheese, tea leaves, noodles, and spices here. Don’t miss to try delicious and authentic Bhutanese snacks like Ema Datshi, Shakam Paa, Juma, and a huge range of momos.  

    Location: Below Norzim Lam, Thimphu.
    Price: There is no entry fee
    Timings: Friday, Saturday and Sunday: 7:00 am to 8:00 pm
  2. What are the best things to do on Bhutan Trip?

    1. Soak in the spirituality: Bhutan is a deeply spiritual country dotted with monasteries and temples that welcome everybody to soak in the aura of calm and peace irrespective of the faith that one follows. Some of the best temples and monasteries to include in your Bhutan tour packages are the Tiger’s Nest, Chimi Lhakhang, Punakha Dzong, and Trashigang Dzong.

    One of the best places to soak in the mountainside serenity is the Great Buddha Dordenma. Being in the presence of this 51-metre high statue that’s encircled by 1,25,000 miniatures of the same statue is quite a surreal experience.

    Location: These temples and monasteries are spread throughout the country.
    Price: Every monastery has its own entry system.
    Timings: Generally between 9:00 am-5:00 pm every day.

    2. Enjoy the thrill of river rafting: Not many people know that Bhutan is quite an amazing destination for river rafting. There are several rivers with rapids ranging from 1-6 ( 1 being the easiest) that are popular rafting locations. Whether one is a beginner or an experienced rafter, there is something for everybody.

    It is an amazing experience seeing the stunningly rugged landscape of Bhutan from its waters as you pass through thick forests, ridges, valleys, and farmlands. The best time to enjoy river rafting here is between March-April and November-December.

    Location: Some of the best places to enjoy white water rafting here are Po Chhu and Mo Chhu (Punakha Valley), Mangde Chhu (Trongsa), Kuri Chhu, Puna Tsang Chhu & Wang Chhu (Thimphu)
    Price: Depending on the season (peak or off) and the rafting school that you choose, the price varies between INR 2,000-4,000 per person. 
    Timings: Any day from 7:00 am to 5:00 pm.

    3. Trace the ancient trade route: What’s better than enjoying a trek in the pristine countryside of Bhutan? Taking a trek route that will take you through one of the oldest trade routes in the world. Running between stunning mountain passes, the route will take you through some of the most amazing & unforgettable landscapes.

    You will pass through lush yak pastures, emerald-green lakes, forests of rhododendron, apple orchids, and lush green ridges as your guide narrates interesting stories about the trade route. Views of Mount Jumolhari, Jitchu Drake, and Gangkar Punsum will accompany you throughout your trek. 

    Location: The trek starts from Paro and ends at Thimphu as it passes through places like Damchena Village, Jele Dzong, Jangchulakha, Simkota, and Phajoding.
    Price: The trek costs around INR 70,000 per person.
    Timings: This is a 5 night and 6-day long trek.
     
    4. Enjoy the exotic Bhutanese cuisine: Bhutanese cuisine is considered to be amongst the most exotic cuisines in the world. It is known around the world for its comfortable and subtle flavours of yak meat, pork, eggs, and vegetables combined with undertones of cheese and varieties of chillies.

    Some of the best dishes to try here are the huge range of steamed & fried dumplings, Goep, Juma, Gondo Datshi, Jasha Maru, Hoentay, Lom, and Khatem. Don’t miss to include local food sampling in your Bhutan tour package and try the local ‘Ara’, creamy liquor made of wheat, rice, or barley. 

    Location: Some of the best places to eat are Bukhari at Hotel Uma, Ambient Café, Galingkha, Swiss Guest House, and Baan Thai. 
    Price: A meal for two, depending on the restaurant, will cost between INR 400-1000. 
    Timings: The restaurants are generally open till 9:00 pm. 

    5. Enjoy traditional hospitality: One of the best ways to learn about and enjoy the happy relaxed, and slow-paced Bhutanese lifestyle is to stay with a local family in a homestay. Not only would you get to know the native language, traditions, and culture, but you can also experience amazing things like a hot stone bath, milking farm animals, and even cooking along with the family. Don’t miss trying the hot buttery tea, pork fat flavoured rice, and khuli (traditional pancakes).

    Location: Some of the best homestays in Bhutan are Damchoe (Thimphu), Aum Om & Authentic Bhutanese Homestay (Paro), Haa Valley Homestay & Ugyen (Haa Valley)
    Price: Depending on the homestay that you choose, the prices range between INR 1500-3000 per night. 
    Timings: The homestays are available round the year. 

    6. Attend a festival: Bhutanese people, known as the happiest people on earth, surely know how to celebrate their culture and heritage. Any Bhutan trip is incomplete without attending one of these glorious riots of colour, music, dance, and fanfare. One of the best festivals to attend is Paro Tsechu (March) to see dance performances by lamas and the unrolling of a 4-storey high thangka.

    You can see traditional dance forms like Shingje Yabyum and Drametse during this festival. Another not-to-be-missed celebration is the Haa Summer Festival (July) to see dancers wearing colourful masks, costumes, and jewellery dancing to local drum beats. There are also sporting contests, food & drink tasting, and religious performances, which one can attend.

    Bhutan also hosts the world’s only festival dedicated to mushrooms! Known as the Matsutake Festival (August), it not only educates people about the thousands of existing varieties of mushrooms but also how they are grown sustainably in Bhutan. You can enjoy delicious foods made of mushrooms and participate in mushroom picking activities. 

    Location: Paro, Bumthang, and Haa Valley.
    Price: There is no entry fee. 
    Timings: The festivities generally last for 2-3 days.
  3. What are the adventure things to do on Bhutan trip?

    1. White water rafting in Pho Chhu and Mo Chhu River: Both these streams are famous for offering the adventure lovers a much required thrill in their Bhutan trip. The gushing streams of the white waters offer enough rapids to make rafting a must do activity here. Life jackets and other first aid is always available at site, thus helping you to enjoy this adventure at its best.

    2. Kayaking: Either travelling solo or enjoying a trip with your friends, a session of Kayaking in Wang Chhu is a must do activity. Traversing the deep blue waters in a raft while immersing yourself into the wilderness of slowly gushing streams will provide you with much required adventure.

    3. Trekking: The quaint valley of Paro is home to many beautiful trails loaded with a wide variety of local flora and fauna. These trails are perfect to indulge in a session of trekking and ascending to the top of the hills like Jomolhari Peak.

    4. Paragliding: Get a chance to marvel at the panoramic scenery of the mountain area and the beautiful valley while flying like a bird and enjoying an adrenaline rushing session of Paragliding. The scenic Ura Valley is famous for paragliding due to its height, thus attracting flocks of crowds towards it.
  4. How to reach Bhutan from India?

    It is convenient to reach Bhutan from India. You can either reach Bhutan by air or by road.

    By Air: Paro International Airport is the only international airport in Bhutan. The best way to reach Bhutan by air is to take a flight from Kolkata as there are direct flights to Paro from Kolkata. However, you can also fly to Paro from Mumbai, Delhi, Guwahati and Bagdogra but only connecting flights are available.

    By Road: Phuentsholing in Bhutan is 170 km away from Bagdogra and can be accessed by road through bus, private taxi or private vehicle. However, an ‘entry permit’ from the Immigration Office of Royal Government of Bhutan in Phuensholing is required in order to travel to Bhutan by road.

  5. How many days do you need to visit Bhutan?

    4 to 5 days are enough to traverse the beautiful and serene areas of Bhutan. From the beautiful monasteries to the gushing rivers, every prominent destination of tourist interest can be easily covered in this time.  A 5 day trip to Bhutan will also provide you with enough time to indulge in adventurous activities like trekking and paragliding.
  6. How much does a trip to Bhutan cost from India?

    A trip to Bhutan costs around INR 28000 to INR 33000 for a single person. However, if you book your package from Thrillophilia, you might get a chance to enjoy some coupons or deals to customise your own package.
  7. How far is Bhutan from Siliguri?

    Bhutan is 224 KM away from Siliguri and to cover this distance, one can easily board a train from NJP and reach Bhutan in around 10 hours.
  8. Which is better: Bali or Bhutan?

    If you are looking for a quiet and crowd-free location then Bhutan is the best place to enjoy a vacation. From paragliding to rafting, every kind of adventurous activity can be enjoyed here. Bali is also a good option if you are interested in the hustle and bustle and want to enjoy the beaches. Both the places are better in their own way.
  9. How much time does it take to get a visa to Bhutan?

    If you are an Indian, Bangladeshi or Maldivian national traveling to Bhutan, you do not need a visa. As for the other tourists, though it may vary depending upon the peak-season and off-season situation, it normally takes from 8 to 10 days to get a visa to Bhutan.

  10. Do I need a visa for Bhutan?

    No, if you are an Indian national, a visa is not required to travel to Bhutan. However, you must carry either of the two documents while travelling to Bhutan:

    1. Valid Indian Passport having validity of minimum 6 months
    2. Voter Identity Card, issued by the Election Commission of India

    If you are not a citizen of India, Bangladesh or Maldives, you are required to apply for visa in advance through your travel agent.

  11. What is the best time to visit Bhutan?

    The best season for an amazing Bhutan tour is the spring season that lasts from March to May. The daytime weather is sunny, bright, and pleasant and the nights are cool. The temperatures range between 3-25 degrees, perfect to be outdoors. This is when the valleys and meadows burst with the brilliance of spring flowers and the country celebrates the Paro Tshechu festival. 

    The second favourite visit season is autumn that stretches from September to November. The temperatures range between 10-23 degrees with a pleasant chill starting to set in. There is no rainfall during these months and the skies are clear rewarding the travellers with amazing views of the landscape.

    Adventure enthusiasts who love experiencing extreme cold and snow, love to visit in the winter months (December-February). The temperatures range between minus 5 to 10 degrees making the day cold and nights freezing. This is the best time to see the mountains coated in snow and experience mild snowfall in cities like Paro and Thimphu.
      
    Summer months in Paro also reward travellers with stunning views of the mountains and valleys. The temperatures range around 24 degrees and the weather is clear accompanied by mild showers. This is the perfect time to see the waterfalls, scores of migratory birds flowing into Bhutan, and clear views of the lakes, peaks, and forests.
  12. Which currency is used in Bhutan?

    Ngultrum (Nu) is the name of the currency used in Bhutan. However, Indian Rupee except for the currency notes of Rs. 500 and Rs. 1000 are also acceptable in Bhutan.

  13. Can I get visa on arrival in Bhutan?

    If you are an Indian, Bangladeshi or Maldivian national, you do not need a visa to travel to Bhutan. For other tourists, no, you cannot get a visa on arrival in Bhutan. Visa is arranged in advance by a local tour company.

  14. Which are the best monasteries to visit in Bhutan for a spiritual tour?

    Bhutan has a deeply spiritual aura with some of the most beautiful monasteries in the world, famous for its architecture and stunning locations. Some of the best monasteries for a spiritual Bhutan tour are:

    1. Taktsang Monastery: Famous around the world as the Tiger’s Nest, this bronze-gold hue monastery is the one you see on picture-postcards of Bhutan. Edged precariously on a cliffside 3000 metres above sea level, this 8th-century monastery is shrouded in legends and mysticism. The journey to reach this spectacular monastery is quite exciting. One can only reach the temple on foot through a 2-3 hour long trek.

    2. Punakha Dzong: This 16th-century monastery is the second-largest and the second-oldest monastery in Bhutan. Located at the confluence of Pho Chhu and Mo Chhu rivers, it justifies the name given to it by the locals ‘Place of great happiness’. The monastery’s calm and serene aura accentuate the only sounds that you will hear around- those of the rustling river waters. 

    3. Trongsa Dzong: Famous for its captivating views, Trongsa Dzong stands like a shining white jewel amidst the black-green mountains and misty valleys. It is one of the largest monasteries in the country and now serves as the administrative headquarter of the Trongsa district. 
  15. Which are the famous pilgrimage sites in Bhutan?

    Bhutan is the only country in the world that officially practices Mahayana Buddhism or Vajrayana Buddhism. More than a religion, Buddhism is a way of life in Bhutan. Since time immemorial, Buddhism has shaped local beliefs, culture and identity.

    If you’re vacationing in Bhutan and interested to take part in some pilgrimage tours, the best places are:

    Tiger’s Nest Monastery
    Cheri Mountain
    Gangtey village
    Punakha Dzong
    Tango monastery
    Tongsa Monastery
  16. What are the most romantic things to do on your Bhutan tour?

    The breath-taking natural beauty and the cultural treasures of the last Shangri-La, coupled with comparative lack of tourists, will surely make your Bhutan honeymoon a perfect romantic getaway. The Land of Dragons, Bhutan is one of the most mystical places you can go to. The most romantic things to do on your Bhutan honeymoon tour are:

    Rekindle your romance in Paro Valley
    Visit the new village of Trongsa
    Tour the lively markets of Thimphu
    Trek in Bumthang
    Enjoy your time in Gangtey valley
    Visit Punakha
  17. Which are the most adventurous treks in Bhutan?

    For those who seek thrill and for those who prefer going places that aren’t run-of-the-mill, trekking in Bhutan is the best adventure to indulge in! This is one of the great things about visiting Bhutan now. Bhutan treks are as close to unspoiled and pristine as you can find and even the best trekking routes are incredibly quiet. There is no shortage of treks in Bhutan, ranging from the relatively easy and scenic Druk Path to one of the world’s hardest treks, the Snowman Trek.

    The best adventurous treks of Bhutan are:

    The Jhomolhari Trek
    Druk Path Trek
    Snowman Trek
    Duer Hot Springs Trek
    Dagala Thousand Lakes Trek
    Bumthang Owl Trek
    Punakha Winter Trek

  18. Which are the places for a wildlife experience in Bhutan?

    Bhutan’s great geographical diversity combined with equally diverse climate conditions contributes to Bhutan’s outstanding range of biodiversity and ecosystems.

    Well - known and keystone wild animals of Bhutan are Asian Elephant, Tiger, Red Panda, Himalayan Black Bear, Black Necked Cranes, Himalayan Musk Deer, Asiatic Black Bear, Sloth Bear, Leopards, and Grey Wolf. In addition, Bhutan is also home to the tiger, one-horned rhino, red panda, and the Tibetan wolf. The places for the best wildlife experience in Bhutan are:

    Jigme Dorji National Park
    Royal Manas National Park
    Black Mountain National Park
    Phibsoo wildlife Sanctuary
    Thrumshingla National Park
    Bumdeling Wildlife Sanctuary
    Sakteng Wildlife Sanctuary
    Khaling Wildlife Sanctuary
    - The Manas Game Sanctuary

  19. Which are the best places for river rafting in Bhutan?

    Rafting in Bhutan is of the most rejuvenating experiences as you enjoy the scenic vistas of the country with an adrenaline rush. The pristine natural setting and the sheer variety of the rivers’ courses provides a unique opportunity to explore Bhutan’s beautiful wilderness.

    Fed by the glacial-melt of the Eastern Himalayas, six major rivers (Wang Chhu, Sunkosh, Puna Tsang Chhu, Mangde Chhu, Kuri Chhu and Dangme Chhu and their tributaries), have been scouted for kayaking and rafting.

  20. Is Bhutan worth visiting?

    Yes, credited with being the happiest nation in the world, Bhutan is an amazing destination to visit. The country is largely untouched with not very high tourism levels lending it a calm, mystic and peaceful vibe. It is a culturally rich country with vibrant festivals and people who celebrate the stunning nature. It is one of the few carbon-neutral countries in the world with expanses of forests, snow-capped mountains, alpine forests, lakes, and waterfalls. Its monasteries like Tiger’s Nest are world-famous for their architecture.
  21. Is travelling safe in Bhutan?

    Bhutan is one of the safest countries with rare criminal occurrences. People of Bhutan are very helping and co-operative. However, it is advisable to be careful still and take care of your safety. And, from weather point of view, heavy rains during monsoon worsen the road condition in Bhutan and during winters, snow blocks some roads. So, you should consider the weather conditions before planning a trip to Bhutan, and consider Bhutan tour packages for autumn or spring.

  22. Is it safe for solo woman travelers to visit Bhutan?

    Yes, Bhutan is safe for women solo travellers. All the arrangements are made in advance by tour operators in advance. Yet, it is advisable to be cautious just to be on the safer side.

    However, if you are planning to tour Bhutan on a tight budget, it is recommended that you travel in a group to maintain your budget.

  23. What I should must pack while travelling to Bhutan?

    The trick is to keep your luggage light by packing only essential items. Following are the items that should be part of your luggage on a Bhutan tour:

    1. Warm jacket
    2. Thermal innerwear
    3. Waterproof boots or trekking shoes
    4. Waterproof jacket
    5. Sunhat
    6. Sunglasses
    7. Woolen cap
    8. Warm Gloves
  24. Do I need to follow any dress code in Bhutan?

    No, the dress code in Bhutan is only meant for the local citizens and not for foreigners visiting the country. However, it is recommended to dress up modestly in Bhutan, especially when visiting religious places. There is no rule regarding this, but it is good to do it out of respect for their culture.

  25. Is smoking legal in Bhutan? What is the legal drinking age?

    Though alcohol is easily available in Bhutan, tobacco products including cigarettes are banned, and you cannot smoke in public places. If you wish to take cigarettes to Bhutan, the upper cap is 200 sticks. Moreover, you need to pay 100% tax on their value.

    As per the law in Bhutan, you must be at least 18 years of age to purchase alcohol in Bhutan.

Newly Added Bhutan Experience
18 November 2015
Excellent
Dagala Thousand Lakes Trek was a great experience. It passes by picturesque lakes, Alpine meadows and villages set to a backdrop of magnificent mountainous landscapes. The experience was amazing and brilliant. We had a really great trek. It was sheer brilliance.
16 August 2015
Excellent
The trekking experience was great. I had a really nice trek here. It was an inexpensive and a really nice trek. I had a great time.
10 October 2015
Excellent
Dagala Thousand Lakes Trek is something that every trekker must take in his life. It is so poignant and brilliant. I totally loved this. WOW can be an understatement. The crystal clear, poignant lakes just give me goosebumps. The pristine lakes are so beautiful that you will forget yourself here. The trek is difficult, but nevertheless it is an amazing and a beautiful experience to say the least. I totally loved this trek and I just still can’t get enough of this trek. The experience would not have been this nice if the planning was bad. Special cheers to the team for handling the organization and planning of this tour in such a beautiful manner. If you are planning to have heartfelt trek, then look no further than here.
I had been always thinking to make a trip to Bhutan with my friends for a long time but we could not make it. because we didn't find any best trip planner sometimes we are okay with the plan but the price was too way expensive which is why our trip is pending... But we are so lucky enough that this time we found it with Thrillophilia we go through the website and even call the company and we get the full info about the tour with details...The price they offer too was affordable and the itinerary is very satisfying... The booking was easy, mode of payment was secure, and instantly shared the voucher and with important details in it about the operator contact number, locations, and all...We are a party of 4 adults who went on this trip and really we are so impressed by the way they organized, it is exactly as in the itinerary...The place was very rich with culture, heritage, architecture, and art, all over it surrounded by beautiful sceneries...good photograph we took at each...Excellent accommodations, on-time picked-up, and dropped-off, very welcoming, friendly, and well-spoken English guide... Overall we had the most brilliant tour with Thrillophilia.
A well-organized trip from start to finish...The entire Thrillophilia team was helpful and always available at any time we need any help or queries, the arrangement of accommodations was great along with nice service and also they served good breakfast during our stay. The private cab was well-maintained, spacious, and clean along with an experienced and well-behaved driver who took us to all the popular places and even shared the history, stories, and religion of the place we visited. The main hightlight of our trip was the 5-hours trekking we had a team-leader with us who was kind and helpful with good knowledge about the place...Easy trek but yes tiring once reach the top we were impressed by the breathtaking views of the place...Overall the team made a great effort to ensure that we managed to experience everything we wanted to and what we supposed to get from the itinerary.
I booked this tour package all inclusive from our arrival till our departure, the hotels, the transportation and everything. In love with the way you work would definitely plan again.
I booked this tour to Bhutan from Delhi. The places we covered were pious and had attractive and eye-catching Buddha statues. Also we gained a whole new experience by exploring through the markets on our own like locals. was exceptionally well planned and executed, right from our timely pick-up from the airport till drop, the driver was friendly and supportive and the breakfast served was delicious. Thanks team.
We booked this trip to Bhutan as a family trip. And it was amazing and exciting to get to know their culture and traditions in a completely understandable manner. The people were welcoming and loving. Enjoyed the trip.
I booked this tour for a solo trip from Ahmedabad to Bhutan and everything was up to the mark and as expected. Brilliant team and execution of the plan.
We booked this complete pre-planned tour to Bhutan, and it was exactly how it was described. Being it all the visiting or the services and facilities provided were all good. Loved it.

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