Tariff Rates

Any tour operator offering tour packages with less than the government prescribed minimum daily tariff is a definitive act of undercutting and is prosecutable under the law of the country. The government sets the minimum daily tariff so that the tourism industry can sustain for years to come and at the same time the policy is targeted to balance between the economic gain and protection of unique culture and tradition of Bhutan.

Peak Months: March, April, May, September, October and November.

Regular Months: January, February, June, July, August and December.

Government Surcharges:

Tourists traveling in a group of two (2) persons or less shall be subject to a government surcharge, in addition to the minimum daily package rates.

Our package includes:

**Please kindly note that entities such as 4 stars and 5 stars Hotel upgrades, room upgrades, extra bed, foreign language guides (if available) could be arranged for a nominal fee. Please contact us for further details.

Please note that flight fees are NOT included in the government tariffs, if you need us to book your flights, please contact us, we will be happy to provide this service for you! 

Tour Programmes booked and subsequently cancelled shall be subject to cancellation charges as follows:

For further details, group incentive discounts, and any other general inquiries, please don’t hesitate to Contact Us!

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