A quick guide to Shingkhar. A remote village in Ura Valley captures the essence of Bhutan. Shingkhar literally means a wooden cabin/house. Legend has it that a follower of master...
Best Time to Visit
Peak Season March – May and September- November
Off-Peak June – September as the southwest monsoon brings heavy rain and humidity
How Many Days?
7 Days for Thimpu, Paro, and Phojikha
2 Weeks for hiking and outdoor activities ( Bumthang Treks, Laya Gasa Treks, Jomolhari Hikes)
- Engage in a tour agency for visa and tour package.
- Bhutan has imposed a $200 – $250 daily tariff for tourists, that includes accommodation, all meals, licensed Bhutanese tour guide, all internal Transport, camping equipment and haulage for trekking. Indian and Bangladesh have a different daily tariff.
Sim Cards are available before the arrival exit.
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