Bhutan Private Traveller Booking Information

The Punakha Dzong, it is the second oldest and second-largest dzong in Bhutan
Punakha Dzong
Page updated: 22 December 2023

How to obtain a Private tour quote:

All tourist visitors to Bhutan must purchase a pre-paid & pre-arranged itinerary to be granted a visa to enter the Kingdom. Your tour costs are determined by the number of persons travelling together and whether you choose the FULL BOARD or HALF BOARD, or a combination of FULL & HALF BOARD land package. Please refer to the inclusion & exclusions to these two differing packages below.  Please do also advise ages if you have children under 12 years old travelling with you so we can ensure the applicable discounts are applied. 

Please refer to the information below and we look forward to providing you with a competitive quote. 

Your Bhutan Full Board Land Package Includes:

  • Personal English speaking professional guide.
  • Personal driver with private SUV or minibus.
  • All touring & transfers throughout your journey.
  • Hotel accom (3 star) with private bathrooms.
  • All meals (Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner) and two bottles of water daily.
  • All monument fees, entrance fees & sightseeing.
  • Sustainable Development Fee (SDF) & local taxes.
  • Bhutan visa fees & processing.
  • Bhutan & Beyond bank transfers for payments to Bhutan suppliers.
  • Access to our exclusive travel app COMPANION.
  • Our comprehensive Bhutan Visitor Information guide.
  • ATAS Accredited via our parent company MTA Travel.
  • Professionally operated by Bhutan Tourism Corp Ltd (BTCL).
  • Option to substitute 3* hotels for farm stays in some valleys.

Your Bhutan Full Board Land Package Excludes:

  • International flights to/from Paro are additional.
  • Personal bank charges incurred making payments to Bhutan & Beyond.
  • Domestic flights within Bhutan if applicable.
  • Personal items: phone calls, laundry, drinks, designer coffees & snacks between meals etc.
  • Tipping – we will advise your tipping regime.
  • Travel Insurance – is mandatory to enter Bhutan.
  • Any COVID-19 PCR or RAT tests required.

The additional exclusions when travelling on a HALF BOARD basis is lunch is at your own expense (please budget @US$ 10-12 pp per day) along with all monument and entrance fees.

AUS Toll free, James – 0412 416 111, Nicola  0413 598 669

Bhutan Pricing

Pricing Will Be Quoted in USD
For all our private tours are quoted as per your individual requirements, duration, dates of travel etc.

Additional Add On Options Price On Application:

When To Visit Bhutan?

Bhutan is a destination that can be enjoyed at any time of the year!

  • WINTER – January, February & December:
  • SPRING – March, April & May,
  • SUMMER – June, July & August.
  • SPRING – September, October & November.

Cultural touring & hiking can be enjoyed at anytime of the year.
Best time for trekking, April, May & early June, October & November.

Most visitors to Bhutan enter and exit via Bhutan’s international airport in Paro. Read more….

There are currently three authorised entry points by road for foreign tourists & one authorised exit point for foreign tourists. Read more….

  • Travel insurance must be purchased no later than the day you pay your deposit for your protection.
  • It is mandatory that you hold a valid travel insurance policy BEFORE you enter Bhutan.  There is no insurance cover provided in any packages/tariffs provided by either Bhutan & Beyond or our Bhutanese ground operator BTCL, and we will not be liable for any illness, injury or death sustained during any package or trek.

Please ensure your travel insurance covers you for hiking/trekking up to 4000

Cancellation Conditions:

All airfares are subject to their own terms and conditions.
Bhutan 4*, 5* hotels & luxury properties have their own booking terms & conditions which we will advise. 
Your standard Bhutan land tour when staying in 3* hotels is subject to the cancellation fees below.

  • Deposit date until 45 days prior arrival in Bhutan – Land tour deposit is refundable less B&B service fees.
  • 45 days or less prior to arrival in Bhutan – No land tour refund permitted.