Bhutan & Beyond is on Facebook Messenger!

Bhutan & Beyond is on Facebook Messenger!

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Bhutan & Beyond is on Facebook Messenger!

Its amazing what some enforced ‘hibernation’ is doing for our digital skills.

James & Nicola at Bhutan & Beyond are busy enhancing our website. We’ve recently added PDF print itinerary functionality to each of our most popular private tours. Just scroll down to the end of the itinerary component.

Furthermore we’re improving our communication channels whilst enduring the temporary shut-down of our business because of the Coronavirus pandemic.

Bhutan & Beyond is on Facebook Messenger! So, we’re now active on Facebook Messenger. And looking forward to discussing your future Bhutan, Nepal and India plans when the time is right.

Do check out our small group tours for 2021 and also our top 10 things to see/do in Bhutan.

Why has Bhutan been so successful in battling Covid 19?

Bhutan is handling the Covid-19 pandemic extremely well.

In Bhutan, prayers and ceremonies are being offered on a daily basis to ward off the threat of the COVID-19 pandemic and there are only 66 confirmed cases to date..

Still not one death has been attributed to the virus and Bhutan’s borders remain tightly sealed.

Perhaps Bhutan’s policy of 21 days in quarantine has proved its worth?

After all, they are a very clever bunch, they have been handling epidemics since the 13th century.

Meanwhile please keep your social distancing up. Because we all want to start travelling again as soon as possible.

For information on anything related to travel to Bhutan including advice and planning, please call either Nicola or myself on 1300 367 875, we’ll be happy to assist you.

Tashi Delek from James & Nicola at Bhutan & Beyond.

James Irving Bhutan Travel Expert

Bhutan Travel Expert – James Irving.

James has worked in the travel industry for over 40 years. He has been involved in the leisure, corporate, group, sport, incentive & wholesale travel genres.

James loves rugby union, and keenly supports the Queensland Reds and the Australian Wallabies.