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For essential insights and guidelines for your Bhutanese adventure, look no further. Our Travel Info page has been meticulously curated to provide you with crucial details ranging from visa requirements to local customs. Dive in below to equip yourself with the knowledge you need, ensuring a seamless and enriching journey with Fix My Trip.

Visa Application

Indian, Maldives and Bangladeshis nationals can obtain a visa on arrival on producing a valid passport with a minimum of 6months validity (Indian nationals can use their voters identity car (VIC) 


All other tourists must obtain their visa clearance prior to travel to Bhutan via licensed tour operator in Bhutan directly or through a foreign travel agent in their place of origin. 

You are required to send your passport scanned copy to your tour agent who will then apply for your visa. The visa will be processed by Tourism Council of Bhutan (TCB) once the full payment of your holiday package (including one time USD 40% visa fee) has been wired and received in the TCB bank account once received the visa clearance will be processed within 3 working days. At your point of entry you will have to produce your visa clearance letter, the visa will then be stamped into your passport.  

Helpful Information


Plan your holidays during the most vibrant festivals in the country.


Check the latest airline schedule for the country.


Check out the lastest information on tourist tariffs in the nation


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The kingdom of Bhutan follows controlled tourism, a tourist is charged sustainable development fee (SDF) of USD 200 per night per person which is mandatory for all foreign tourists, except for few countries like India, Maldives and Bangladesh it is waved but they must pay Rs 1200 per person per night as SDF.


A tour booked and cancelled shall be subject to cancellation charges:

  1. After arrival in Bhutan - 90%

  2. Within 10 days - 40%

  3. Within 15 days - 25% 

  4. Within 25 days - 20% 

  5. Within 30 days prior to arrival - Free  

Exemptions and Concessionary Levy

Subject to government specified condition travel agents must provide exception or concessionary levy rate on the applicable sustainable development fee for:

  1. Day tourists who do not travel beyond the first designated point are exempt.

  2. Concessionary levy of 50% for children aged 4 to 12 years.

  3. Children aged 5 and under are exempt

  4. Other exemptions or levy rates that may be deemed necessary due to some circumstances.

Delayed flight

No charges for delayed flight due to weather condition, but the tourist must bear other miscellaneous expenses. 


We highly recommend our valued clients to obtain travel insurance for travel.

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