Bhutan Travel

Thimphu Dzong, BhutanThanks to the Bhutanese government’s restrictive travel policies, it can be difficult to book tours and venture to the far-flung sights and festivals of this magical country. Fortunately, Footloose Bhutan offers a number of exceptional tours to this modern-day Shangri-La. You can catch a glimpse of Bhutan in three to six days or spend ten to 14 days on odysseys touching on most of the major landmarks in this South Asian gem.

At Footloose Bhutan, you can defy the myths associated with travel to the country and have a trip that’s as unique as it is spectacular. For instance, most conventional wisdom suggests that the best time to visit is during either the fall of the spring. However, Bhutan offers exceptional scenery and scintillating snow-capped views during the winter, and the country provides a lush, exotically rain-drenched atmosphere during the summer. Moreover, when you visit during the “off seasons,” you can pretty much have the country to yourself. is one of a distinctive handful of tour operators to this highly restricted tourist destination. Included in most packages are transfers per itinerary, meal costs, accommodations, and entrance fees to special monuments. Visit fortresses constructed to defend the kingdom from Tibetan invaders and feel the pull of history. These monuments, known as Dzongs, offer insight into an ancient culture reworked by the tides of modern history.

See Trongsa, Wangdue, Paro, and Punakha, and get superior customer service and native help throughout your stay. To help you plan your itinerary to Bhutan, you can go to their website for details of Bhutan travel regulations, seasons, tariffs and surcharges.

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