The minimum daily tariff for all dollar paying tourists are US$ 250 during the peak season and US$ 200 during the lean season. The peak seasons are March, April, May, September, October and November. Other months are lean season.
This tariff is applied to group travelers of three and more persons. This daily tariff includes minimum of 3-star hotel accommodation (don’t worry we have links with best hotels in the country), all meals of the day, a licensed tour guide, within Bhutan transportation (except domestic air travels), camping equipments and haulage for trekking. The tariff also includes all the taxes and charges liable within Bhutan and a royalty of US$ 65 paid to the government.
Two or less people travelling will be liable for paying surcharges of US$ 30-40 per person per night.
However, citizens of India, Bangladesh and Maldives are not required to pay daily tariff nor visa to come to Bhutan.
The total payment for your whole tour package must be wire transferred to the travel agent. Wire transfer must be made through any certified international partners of Bhutan National Bank (BNB). You must email the copy of the wire transfer receipt to your travel agent.