Bhutan COVID-19 Update 15MAR22

Bhutan COVID-19 Update 15MAR22


Bhutan Travel Expert, James Irving, provides an update for Bhutan in the our latest short video. This focuses on the current COVID-19 restrictions  in Bhutan.

We are now accepting Bhutan reservations for both private tours, and our range of small group tours, for travel from 01 July 22 onwards.

Our ‘NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED’ policy remains in place until Bhutan advises us of a ‘quarantine free’ border reopening date.

GO Travel Insurance

Bhutan & Beyond has partnered with GO Travel Insurance to provide travellers to Bhutan, Nepal and India with suitable cover. Travellers can quickly & easily obtain an insurance quote from our Bhutan & Beyond travel insurance web page. A GO Travel Insurance quote can then be instantly converted into a policy.

It is mandatory for visitors to Bhutan to hold a travel insurance policy. This must cover cancellation, medical, repatriation/emergency evacuation and certain  COVID-19 related events. 

Article by James Irving – Bhutan Travel Expert

James Irving Bhutan Travel Expert

Bhutan Travel Expert – James Irving.

James has worked in the travel industry for over 40 years & 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.

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