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Bhutan has 2 different tourist seasons divided into 3 months each. The first Season is March, April and May and the second season of the year is September, October and November. During season times the minimum daily tariffs are higher at USD 250/ person per night and if you want to travel during these months than you should book your tour 3-6 months in advance to avoid any unnecessary inconveniences.
Off-season months are January, February, June, July, August and December. Since the flow of tourists is lesser during these months, the minimum daily tariff regulated by the Government is at USD 200/ person per night. If you want to avoid crowded places and want to enjoy a peaceful and tranquil stay then these are the months to go for.
One of the main cruxes of travelling to Bhutan is flight connectivity and the number of flights flying into the country. In order to secure confirmed flight bookings it is advised to check with us at-least 3-6months ahead of schedule.
Bhutan is connected by flight from a few places only, you can check the schedule for Drukair www.drukair.com.bt or Bhutan Airlines www.bhutanairlines.bt or contact us.
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Festivals: Try to time your visit with any one of Bhutan Festivals
Bhutanese festivals are part of deeply stemmed culture and traditions and the dances tell the stories of how saints began spreading the Buddhist teachings and how they subdued evil. Time your visit around one of our Bhutan Festivals for a once in a lifetime experience. You need to book at-least 3-6 months in advance to avoid any unnecessary inconveniences regarding flight and hotel bookings.
Book in advance: No Charges
Initial bookings are free of cost. What this does is guarantees flight and hotel bookings and gives you an opportunity to decide at a later date if you really want to travel to Bhutan or not.