Valid passports and an entry visa are essential except Indian & Bangladeshi National. Travelers to Bhutan are permitted only as a member of a commercially organized tour group. This can be done directly or through a travel agent abroad.
Visa clearances are issued by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Thimphu and must be obtained before departing for Bhutan. At your port of entry your visa will be stamped in your passport on payment of US$ 20, you will also require two passport photos. Extension of visas, for up to 6 months, can be obtained in Thimphu at a cost of Nu. 510.
NOTE: Visas cannot be obtained at Bhutanese embassies.
Three copies of original passport size photograph are required on arrival. Visa fee is Usd 20 and Usd 10 as a tourism development must be paid on arrival. Visa can be further extended with an additional fee of Usd 15. We can arrange visa.
Restricted entry: Entry into Bhutan from Assam of India, is not allowed. Tourists to Bhutan are obliged to use Druk Air (the only airline serving Bhutan) either on entering or leaving the country). Valid passport required by all. except nationals of India.
Note: There are two ways of entering Bhutan: by air to Paro Airport or by road to the Bhutanese border town of Phuntosholing. All travellers entering the country by road must ensure that they have the necessary documentation for transiting through that part of India to Phuntsholing.
Application to: Visa applications for all tourists processed by the travel/tour agent through the Tourism Authority of Bhutan (TAB). Only once the visa has been cleared can visitors travel to Bhutan. Visas are issued on arrival at Paro Airport or at Phuntsholing check post.
Working days required: Applications should be made 2 weeks in advance of the intended date of departure.
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After the visa clearance is issued by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, they send a visa confirmation number to Druk Air, Kathmandu. Druk Air will not issue the tickets to Paro until they receive this confirmation number.
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