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If you like to experience GNH, pristine culture and environment in Bhutan, you are always welcome to book your tour to Bhutan at any time but advance booking is always safer. It is constantly advisable to reserve your tour several months in advance to assure efficient preparation for both travel agent and visitors. Tourism in Bhutan is relatively untried and the tourist infrastructure is still to be bloomed and is still confined. Moreover, the flights coming in and proscribed in our land are somewhat limited especially during peak seasons can be rather fussy. Hence, it is always safer if your booking is done in advance.

The cost packages components

The minimum daily package covers the following services.

  • A minimum of 3 star accommodation (4 & 5 star may require an additional premium)
  • All meals
  • A licensed Bhutanese tour guide for the extent of your stay
  • All internal transport (excluding internal flights)
  • Camping equipment and haulage for trekking tours

It also includes:

  • All internal taxes and charges
  • A sustainable tourism Royalty of $65. This Royalty goes towards free education, free healthcare, poverty alleviation, along with the building of infrastructure

The minimum daily package for tourists travelling in a group of 3 persons or more is as follows:

Rate per night for per tourist Months
USD $200 January, February, June, July, August, and December
USD $250 March, April, May, September, October, and November


  1. On the day of departure, the ‘local agents’ host obligation shall be limited to, providing breakfast only and any additional requirements shall be payable on usage basis.
  2. The list of hotels and lodges approved to provide accommodations, all listed on this website. If your accommodation is not listed on this website then it is not licensed cater for international tourists.
  3. The Royal Government of Bhutan set minimum selling prices for packages to Bhutan. These must be paid in US dollars prior to arrival in Bhutan.

Cancellation Policy

Tour programs booked and subsequently cancelled shall be subject to cancellation charges as follows:

No of days % of rate applied
Within 30 days of start of program No charges
Within 21 days 10% of the rate
Within 14 days 15% of the rate
Within 7 days 30% of the rate
Less than 7 days or without notice 50% of the rate
After arrival in Bhutan 100%


Tourists travelling in a group of two (2) persons or less shall be subject to a surcharge, in addition to the minimum daily package rates.

No of days % of rate applied
Within 30 days of start of program No charges
Within 21 days 10% of the rate
Within 14 days 15% of the rate
Within 7 days 30% of the rate
Less than 7 days or without notice 50% of the rate
After arrival in Bhutan 100%


1. The 10% agency commission payable to agents abroad shall not be deductible from the surcharge.

2. The surcharge will not be applicable to representatives of foreign travel agents on business, study or promotional visit duly approved and cleared by the TCB.


A) There shall be no charge for CHILDREN up to the age of 5 years. However, those between the ages of 6-12 years accompanied by elders/ guardians shall be given a 50 % discount on daily rates and 100% discount on Royalty. This Royalty is currently set at $65 per day.

B) Full time STUDENTS below the age of 25 years, holding valid identity cards from their academic institutions, shall also be given a 25% discount on the Royalty.

C) A discount of 50% on minimum daily package shall be given to one person in a group of 11 people. 100% discount shall be given to one member in a group exceeding 16 persons.

D) A 50%discount on Royalty shall be provided after the 8th night and 100% discount on Royalty shall be provided after the 14th night.

E) Visitors availing discounts under Sections A & B shall not be eligible for a discount under D.

Delay Arrivals

There is no charge for delays in arrival and departure because of weather conditions disrupting flights or road blocks. The tourist must, however bear the cost of food, accommodation, transportation, and other services required.

It is highly recommended that you purchase travel insurance prior to travel from the insurance company in Bhutan.

Payment shortfalls

This is for the guests who wish to send currency other than US$, if there is any payment shortfall due to intermediary banks deduct charges en route or because your bank will work out the other currency equivalent of the dollar amount on sending, but the money is converted on arrival in Bhutan at the prevailing dollar rate, this may create some different. Therefore, if there is any shortfall we will confirm you the exact amount received and also request you to make up for the shortfall in US$ cash on arrival.


There is a security after your trip payment is made to us because the TCB (Tourism Council of Bhutan) will hold the money which you have sent for your tour until your trip has taken place in Bhutan. The Money will not be released to BhutanYoedzer Travel until you have left the country on your return flight. This ensures you with the security of your money and it is safe until your Bhutan tour takes place. On the other hand, if for any reason the trip doesn’t take place, then the government will not give your money to our company instead return but that is all subject to any cancellation charges.

Accommodation and food in Bhutan

The food and accommodation for tourists visiting in Bhutan especially places like Thimphu, Paro, Punakha, Bumthang is normally conformable and spacious and most of the hotels are tourist standard one. Hotels have rooms with private bathrooms, hot water, stream bathes, telephone connections, internet and electricity. However, if you travel towards the east, hotels have not as spacious as like above places offer but can be fairly basic.

Moreover, if you want to stay in a luxury type hotels in Bhutan (5 star hotels), we have hotels like Taj Tashi in Thimphu, Amankora( in Paro, Ounakha, Thimphu, Gangtey and Bumthang), Uma in Paro and Punakha, Hotle Zhiwaling in Paro. All offer something quite different from any local accommodation – but definitely one must be prepared to pay for the privilege.

Tourist hotels throughout the country tend to provide meals buffet-style, which gives you the opportunity to try a variety of Bhutanese dishes. Many restaurants, especially in Thimphu and Paro, also offer Chinese, Thai, Indian or Nepalese dishes other than Bhutanese dishes.

You can also try local food if you wish and ask to your guide to take you to a local restaurant, or to be served the food that is served to guides and drivers when you stop on the road. As you go further east you should be prepared for less choice and variety, but just see it as a chance to sample the local cuisine and enjoy with it.

Tashi Delak!