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Facts About Bhutan

How to Wear Traditional Bhutanese Woman's Dress

Posted on Mon February 18, 2019 in Facts About Bhutan.

Bhutan is a unique country of exceptional distinctive culture and traditions and by far the national dress called the Gho for men and Kira for women maybe the most unique and beautiful of all. A tourists’ first glimpse of the gracefully clad men and women in their Gho and Kira at the Airport sets the stage for a truly Bhutanese unique cultural experience in Bhutan.

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Few Facts About Bhutan

Posted by Tashi on Wed June 20, 2018 in Facts About Bhutan.

Bhutan is a last kingdom in South Asia and the country known for Gross National Happiness as the guiding principle of development. Its culture and tradition very unique to the neighbouring country and to the world. Learn some few facts about Bhutan

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Brief History of Bhutan

Posted by Sonam on Tue June 19, 2018 in Facts About Bhutan.

The tiny Himalayan kingdom of Bhutan is located in the mighty Himalayas, between two giant countries of India in the south and China in the North. Bhutan’s rich history can be traced back to the 7th and 8th Century when Guru Padmasambhava visited Bhutan and introduced Mahayana Buddhism.

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How To Get VISA to Bhutan

Posted by Sonam on Wed March 7, 2018 in Facts About Bhutan.

All tourists must obtain a visa clearance prior to travel to Bhutan. Visas are processed through an online system by your licensed Bhutanese tour operator, directly or through a foreign travel agent.

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Why USD 200 during Lean and 250 during the Peak Seasons while Visiting Bhutan?

Posted by Tashi on Wed March 7, 2018 in Facts About Bhutan.

The myth of travelling to Bhutan being expensive may probably have marred many travel enthusiasts from even considering visiting Bhutan. On the Contrary, travelling and holiday in Bhutan is not at all expensive if one really considers the fact and logic behind the rates levied. The minimum daily tariff of USD 200 for off season (Jan, Feb, June, July, August & December) and USD 250 for peak season fixed by the Tourism Council of Bhutan has many practical reasons.

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