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The minimum tariff set by the Tourism Authority is US$200 per day, but the rates can be higher depending on the nature of services desired beyond the entitlement for US$200. The same rate applies for both Cultural tours and Trekking excursions. The peak seasons are in the months of March, April, May, September, October & November and for the rest of the seasons discounts on the tariff may be available. This fixed tariff is inclusive of tour payments, hotels, meals, transportation, guides, & porters/ponies (if trekking).

Visitors can enter Bhutan via road or by flight. You can enter through road from Phuentsholing, a boarder town to India in southern part of the country. If you take the flight, it lands in Paro airport in the western part of Bhutan.

Surcharges: There are different surcharges on individuals and group less than four:
Single person -US$40 per night
Two persons -US$30 per night

Minimum Tariff Entitlements: Accommodation/meals: All guests are put up in government approved hotels, guest houses and lodges. The Department of Tourism has rated these hotels in three categories. While the quality of service, infrastructure and facilities differ in these hotels, tourist are kept in all hotels during the peak seasons because of the limited number of hotels in the country. The hotels accept bookings on a first come, first serve basis.

Transportation: All operators either have their own fleet of luxury buses or have access to them. Both vehicles and drivers are provided by the operator.

e-mail: norda@druknet.bt or karmawangmo@gmail.com
PO. Box 1419, Thimphu, Bhutan
Tel: 975-2-326818, 325743, 329116 and Fax : 975-2-326818