About Bhutan

Don’t expect to travel freely. Bhutan is not a budget destination or a place for backpacker-style drifting. It only started opening up to outsiders in the 1970s, and it still closely guards its heritage and ecology by restricting tourism. Travel must be arranged through government-approved agencies and be paid in full before you score a visa. Getting a coveted working visa allowed me to sidestep the eye-watering $250 per day visa cost during my two-plus years teaching yoga in Bhutan, but the fee usually restricts travellers to shorter trips. The good news is that there’s not much to buy. Your visa covers a guide and a bespoke itinerary including transport, accommodation, sightseeing, and meals; $65 of the fee serves as a government tax that goes to public services like education and health care. Note: if you’re travelling alone, you’ll have to shell out an additional $40 a day.

Recommended Packages for Bhutan

Amazing Bhutan | Bhutan Travel Packages - International Youth Club

Amazing Bhutan

4 Nights 5 Days         9,600/-
Thrilling Bhutan| Bhutan Travel Packages | Honeymoon Packages - International Youth Club

Thrilling Bhutan

4 Nights 5 Days         9,200/-
Exotic Bhutan |Bhutan Travel Packages | - International Youth Club

Exciting Bhutan

5 Nights 6 Days         11,200/-
Bhutan Sqaure

Bhutan Sqaure

6 Nights 7 Days         12,900/-