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What is the best time to visit Bhutan?
The autumn to spring span is proposed as the best time to visit "The land of Dragon". September to May is the time where you get clear weather and blue skies throughout. December can be a bit harsh due to snowfall, but if that is what you enjoy, then go ahead and visit the fairy tale land of Bhutan!
How much safe is Bhutan for tourists?
Along with its stunning beauty, Bhutan is a totally safe destination to choose for your next vacation. Crimes are kept at bay and you are sure to feel secure wherever you stay at Bhutan.
Is smoking legal in Bhutan?
Bhutan remains the only country in the world that totally restricts its citizens from smoking. It has banned the production and sale of tobacco and thus smoking is banned in public places. However there are certain smoking zones in some hotels and restaurants where tourists are allowed to smoke.
What amount of snowfall to expect in Bhutan?
It snows heavily in Bhutan during the winter months (December – February). Despite the snowfall, the landscapes of Bhutan cater well to its tourists during this time. You are sure to enjoy the white paradise as it is a vision not to forget!
What should I wear in Bhutan?
The kind of attires you should be carrying depends on the time that you want to travel. During the summer months, light to moderate warm clothes should do the trick while heavy jackets and woollens should be carried during the winters. Comfortable footwear is must as you would be walking down rough terrains.
Do Indians need visa for Bhutan?
Visa is not required for Indians. An entry permit is required for tourists travelling by road which is available at Phuentsholing permit office. For tourists travelling by flight, visa is on arrival.
How many airports are in Bhutan?
Bhutan has a total number of 4 airports Namely: Paro International Airport (Paro), Bathpalathang Airport (Jakar), Gelepu Airport (Gelepu), Yongphulla Airport (Trashigang)
What can you buy in Bhutan?
Thimphu and Paro are the major shopping hubs in Bhutan. One can buy lovely handicrafts made of wood, bamboo, cane etc. Hand woven textiles made of silk and cotton are very popular. Gold and silver jewellery are also popular. Over all there are various trinkets which one can carry back home.