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Guide to Bhutan
Places To See, Events, Pre-departure Information, Health Issues, Weather Information, History and CultureRead the Lonely planet guide to Bhutan
For Bhutan, G Adventures will arrange the visa for you. The cost of the visa is included in the tour price. The Bhutanese visa is issued to your passport on arrival, on submission of 2 passport sized photographs.
In order to arrange the Bhutan visa, you must provide G Adventures with the following:
- Scanned colour passport copy
- Arrival and Departure flight details for Paro
These details need to be submitted to us 35-40 days before departure.
We will then arrange the Bhutanese visa for you. A visa letter will be forwarded to you 15 days before departure. We cannot get the visa letter issued any sooner. Please print out the visa letter, you will be required to show this before boarding your flight to Paro.
Important: If you are planning to extend your stay in Bhutan, pre- and post-tour accommodation must be booked through G Adventures in order to for us to issue a valid visa for the duration of your stay.
If arriving and departing Paro from India, please note that the Indian government has recently made some changes to visa regulation due to misuse of the Tourist visa. We encourage all passengers to contact the Indian consulate or embassy in their home country to get up to date information on entry requirements. This is especially important for those that are planning on entering India multiple times in a two month period.
Foreigners holding a Indian Tourist Visas, who after initial entry into India plan to visit neighboring Nepal, Bhutan or Sri Lanka and then re-enter into India within 2 months need to get special authorization.