In advance, visitors must obtain a visa to enter Bhutan from another country, processed through a registered Bhutanese tour operator, like Asiana Treks and Tours.
Bhutan has a high-value, low-impact tourism policy, meaning that visitors must book their travel through a registered Bhutanese tour operator and pay a minimum daily tariff. This tariff includes accommodation, meals, transportation, and a licensed tour guide. The minimum daily tax varies depending on the season, with higher rates during the peak tourist season of March to May and September to November.
Once visitors have booked their travel through a tour operator, the tour operator will handle the visa application process. Visitors must supply a copy of their passport and fill out a visa application form, which will be submitted to the Bhutanese government for approval. The Visa will be issued upon arrival at the Paro International Airport, Bhutan's only international airport.
Visitors can also enter Bhutan overland through the border checkpoints with India. However, visas must still be obtained in advance through a registered Bhutanese tour operator, and visitors must have a certified tour guide with them at all times during their stay in Bhutan.
It's important to note that Bhutan has implemented strict COVID-19 protocols for travelers, which may include quarantine measures, testing requirements, and proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test result. Visitors should check with their tour operator and the Bhutanese government for the latest travel advisories and entry requirements.
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