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Q. What is the Visa/Permits Requirements for Bhutan Tour from India?

To enter into Bhutan, no Visa is required for Indian Nationals, only permits are required. To obtain the permit, you require producing the Passport or Indian Voter ID Card. The permit can be obtained on arrival at Paro Airport, at Phuntsholing check post. Phuentsholing Permit office is closed on Saturdays / Sundays & Bhutan Holidays. So, it is highly advisable to reach Bagdogra from Sunday to Wednesday and not one day before the Bhutan Holiday. Please validate your arrival date with NatureWings Specialists before purchasing the domestic tickets to Bagdogra (IXB). Naturewings provides all sorts of supports to obtain the permit as part of their package.

Q. What is the best time to book a Bhutan Tourism Package?

March to May/June is spring in Bhutan, and it is the best time to visit Bhutan. During this time, the air becomes clear fresh with sunny sky. The average temperature during this time becomes 20ºC to 25ºC which is very much soothing and comfortable for a tripper. This is the most pleasant time in Bhutan with dry and sunny weather all the time. The famous rhododendrons bloom this time and flood the valleys with color. From June to August monsoon comes and the mountain covers with heavy rain. Flights (except the chartered flights) may interrupt their schedule due to rain.

Q. What are the Bhutan Currency / Credit Card and Conversion?

Bhutan currency is Nu. And it is 1:1 with Indian Rupee, Most of the merchants are accepting all denomination of Indian currency including INR 500 and INR 2000 Notes. The ATM facility in Bhutan is very limited and it is recommended to carry cash in Bhutan. Only Visa/Master Debit cards are working in ATM for the purpose of cash Withdrawal. Please check with your Bank / Card issuing authority about the possible validity of your card in Bhutan The usage of credit cards is also very limited in Bhutan.

Q. How are the Bhutan Mobile / Internet Connectivity?

Indian Mobile Operators provide the Global Roaming Connectivity in Bhutan, However, it is expensive. Please check with your operator about Global Roaming Activation / Incoming and Out Going Charges. Tourists can easily get the Bhutan Tourists SIM card (Tashi Cell and BMobile ) at Rs 200/- with data option at Rs 99/- for 400 MB data. NatureWings Operation Team based in Bhutan will help you to get the local SIM card over there. All Hotels provide the Free Wi-Fi facility at the Hotel Lobby / Restaurant / Reception level. Some of the hotels also provide Free Wi-Fi at the room.

Q. What is GNH?

Bhutan is running by the philosophy of GNH. Gross National Happiness or GNH is a global indicator of the progress that measures both the sustainable economy as well as social development while protecting the environment and culture. In the year of 1972, the king of Bhutan supported the philosophy and put GNH into practice. In 2006, Bhutan ranked 8 th among the World Map of Happiness.

Q. Can I enter Bhutan through Phuentsholing on Saturday / Sunday?

If you have already Online Permit or E-Permit, you can enter into Bhutan through Phuentsholing gate even on Saturday or Sunday. The Biometric office is generally open seven days a week from 9 am to 9 pm for the Online Permit Tourists. But if you want to do offline permit, Saturday, Sunday and Bhutan National Holiday Permit office is closed and hence you can't enter into Bhutan through Phuentsholing on Saturday/Sunday or Bhutan National Holidays.

Q. Is it possible to enjoy the Bhutanese Cultural Dance Show in my Hotel?

Yes, it is possible to organize Bhutanese Cultural Dance show in your Hotel itself, if you are medium or big sized group, generally Hotels allow to organize the Dance Show in their Conference hall. Please get in touch with NatureWings Tour Coordinator well in advance to organize the same.

Q. Is cigarette smoking is banned in Bhutan?

Buying and selling of cigarettes are banned in Bhutan. However, you can carry up to 80 pieces of Cigarettes but you have to provide a declaration for that because it will help you to get rid from any legal issues if caught red handed in open air smoking. We suggest every guests travelling to Bhutan not to smoke in Public. You can smoke either in Hotel Lawn or any predefined smoking zone.

Q. Can I get wine in Bhutan including imported Brands?

In Paro Duty free shop, you can get various brands of imported foreign Whisky, Wine, Vodka, Beer etc and price is relatively cheaper compared to any Indian Duty Free shop. In Thimphu, you can get the imported wine brand, however in Paro and Punakha, you may get the imported brands only in your hotel, not in any off shop.

However, in Bhutan, availability of local brand wines is abundant and they are really worthy to buy. While you are in Bhutan Package Tour, you must buy Local Peach Wine and am confident you will love it.