Blest with the sheer pulchritude of the snowy giants named Himalayas, Bhutan, ‘The Land of Thunder Dragon’, is an enchanting Asian country. One of the meager monarchies in the world, Bhutan is not an ordinary destination. Serenity, calmness, and adventure are the best adjectives that describe Bhutan. There are several Buddhist monasteries, snowy passes at high altitudes, and numerous adventuring trails that lure all types of visitors from nearby countries on a huge scale. Moreover, its culture, tradition, and cuisine also fascinate people. Interestingly, it is a country that scales its success on the basis of ‘Gross Happiness Index’. In other words, it promises something for all.
Bhutan Visa Policy For Indians
Provasin Holidays is acclaimed as the best travel agent in Bhutan. Apart from offering tour packages for Bhutan, we provide assistance related to acquiring a visa for the country. Indian passport holders require submitting a Xerox of their address proof, passport-sized photos, and identity proof for legal purposes. Though Indians do not require a visa for visiting Bhutan, they need an entry-cum-stay permit for staying in Bhutan.
This permit comes with seven-day validity and can be obtained from border areas. It is valid for entering Paro and Thimphu. Moreover, Indian nationals require carrying the details of their booked accommodation for security reasons. This guideline was implemented by the Immigration Department of Bhutan recently.
Tourism In Bhutan
As mentioned previously Bhutan’s beauty, Bhutan tour operators
are consistently coming up with fresh deals and discounts for all travelers, whether it is a honeymoon couple or a group landing in Bhutan for a vacation. Apart from the much-visited monasteries and other famous destinations in Thimphu, Paro, and Phuetsholing, there are numerous other places that call people. Destinations like Chukkha, Samtse, Sarpang, Tsirang, Bumthang, Monggar, Punakha, Wangdue Phodrang etc., are some popular sites. Here, visitors can relish the ventures of river rafting, trekking, and bird-watching. Furthermore, flea markets, folk dance & music fests, and various other things enhance the worth of visiting the “Land of Thunder Dragon”.