Bhutan, Nepal & India Travel Update - 06NOV21
Yippee, international travel is back on the radar for many of us once again.
For those contemplating a trip to South Asia, notably Bhutan, Nepal and/or India, here are some key points to help with your initial planning.
Bhutan & Beyond is now fully operational and ready to assist you with travel enquiries and bookings.
BHUTAN Travel Update:
Currently still has borders closed for tourist visitors.
The Tourism Council of Bhutan (TCB) has despatched teams around the Kingdom to check COVID compliancy for all relevant hotels and tour operators.
That’s a good thing and will ensure Bhutan is a safe and welcoming destination for vaccinated travellers.
We anticipate Bhutan’s borders will reopen in early 2022 and we are now accepting bookings for entry and travel from 01 March 2022.
NEPAL Travel Update:
Now open for vaccinated travellers and an entry visa is once again available on arrival at Kathmandu airport. Our delightful partners at Intertours Nepal are standing by and ready to welcome visitors.
Nepal Private Tour Suggestions. Please contact us for a quote.
INDIA Travel Update:
Eff 15 October 2021 fully COVID-19 vaccinated Australians, and many other nationalities, can now enter India by air or sea. Entering by land is currently not permitted until 15 November 2021.
Bhutan & Beyond has an excellent partner in India (Target Tours) with whom we have been working with for over 15 years.
We are experts at combining India with Nepal and Bhutan.
Please contact Bhutan & Beyond for an India suggestion and quote.
Things to See & Do in Thimphu, Bhutan. Part 2.
James of Bhutan & Beyond continues his take on the top sights & activities to include in a visit to Bhutan’s quirky capital, Thimphu. Check out the short video below.
Article by James Irving – Bhutan Travel Expert
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.