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Bhutan Travel Advice


For more information about travelling in Bhutan and to help you get the most out of your travel experience, take a look at some of our additional Bhutan information pages:

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Best time to visit Bhutan

Bhutan evokes images of snowcapped peaks and crisp mountain air, so its climate might surprise you! During certain times of year you’re more likely to be greeted by orange trees than snowfall. Check out our top tips on the best time to plan your trip

Visa, Passport and Money Advice

When you’re planning a trip to Bhutan, it’s important to get clued up on the essential Bhutan tourist information before your journey begins. From passports and visas to useful money tips, we’ve compiled a page of information to give you a helping hand.

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Getting to Bhutan

Bhutan is unique in that you can’t fly directly into the country, the most common option is to travel via India or Nepal, but there are also options from Bangkok and Singapore. We can arrange this for you.

Getting around Bhutan

Enjoy the comfort of your own local guide and driver as you travel through Bhutan. You’ll have a comfortable vehicle to yourself and your guides personal knowledge. You can also enter the country on a scenic flight through the Himalayas.

Book flights with Rickshaw

At Rickshaw not only do we prearrange every aspect of your holiday itinerary we also book international flights and any domestic flights for your trip.

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Our Accommodation in Bhutan

Sit around a fire as you enjoy an evening meal, spend a night on a working Bhutanese farm or enjoy sweeping views of a rural valley in our Bhutan accommodation.