Booking A Bhutan Tour Package? 3 Things You Should Know

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Booking A Bhutan Tour Package? 3 Things You Should Know

Since the beauty of Bhutan remains intact throughout the year, there's no right time to book a tour package to this famous tourist destination. Also known as 'The Land Of Thunder Dragon', Bhutan attracts hundreds of tourists every year because of its ancient temples and fortresses, colourful festivals, stunning landscapes and delicious food. If you are willing to take a break from the fast-paced city life and cherish a few moments in the lap of Himalayas, Bhutan is the ideal place for you to be.

A primary benefit of opting for a Bhutan tour package is that there are numerous travel agencies scattered all over India to help you craft a suitable trip itinerary. The experienced travel agents can even share with you a few interesting facts about the place every tourist must be aware of before they start their journey.

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Few Things You Should Know Before You Start Your Trip To Bhutan

  • Ngultrum Is The Local Currency
  • If you are buying something in Bhutan, you will need cash and so staying aware of the local currency is a must. Though there are a few ATMs in the large towns, not all of them are reliable. There's also a limit to the amount you can withdraw. You can pay either in US dollars or the local currency. If you are hiring a local guide, you can skip the long queues outside the ATMs and change your money from them.

  • Treat The Royals With Respect
  • Every travel agency offering Bhutan Tour Packages will agree with the fact that disrespecting royals in this famous tourist destination is a strict no-no. It is advisable to do a bit of research before you start your trip and read The History of Bhutan by Karma Phuntsho if your time permits.

  • Selling Of Tobacco Is Banned
  • Smoking in public places is completely banned in Bhutan as it is the only country in the world where selling and production of tobacco are strictly prohibited. Though you can carry cigarettes with you, ask your tour agent for a suitable place to light up. You can use the indoor smoking rooms in those local bars and restaurants or book a hotel which accommodates smokers. Don't rely on local dealers as they generally sell cigarettes only to people they know.

    If the facts stated above had enhanced your interest in Bhutan, it's time you start looking for a reliable travel agency offering affordable tour packages.

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