Day 1: Arrival from Bagdogra airport to Darjeeling over night at hotel
Day 2: Early Morning Excursion to Tiger Hills to see Sunrise and Mt Kanchanjanga Range and way back visiting Ghoom Monastery, Batasia Loop back to Hotel for Breakfast.
After Breakfast visiting Himalayan Mountaineering Institute and Zoological Park, Tibetan Refugee camp, Japanese Temple,Tea Garden, Roopway, and free for personal activity over night at hotel
Day 3: After breakfast Transfer from Darjeeling to Pelling over night at hotel
Day 4: Excursion to Kecheperli Lake , Rambi Falls, Darap Village, Kanchangdonga water Falls and Pemayangtse Monastery Rabdentse Palace Ruins over night at hotel
Day 5: Transfer from Pelling to Gangtok (Capital of Sikkim) over night at hotel
Day 6: After breakfast Excursions to Rumtak Monastery Institute of Tebitology Exchey Monastery Sikkim Handicraft centre Flowers Show and local market over night at hotel
Day 7: After breakfast transfer from Gangtok to Bagdogra airport to connect onword journey
Breakfast and dinner at respective hotels and lunch at local tourist standard restaurant
Accommodation (Twin Bed / Dbl Bed sharing basis)
All transportation within the country including airport transfers.
Daily USD 200 per person / night Gov. Sustainable Development Fee
Entrance fees for Museums and Monuments.
English Speaking Local guide.
Full board in Sauraha.
Jungle Activities in Sauraha.
Visa fee USD 40
Single room supplement charges
Lunch and dinner in Nepal (Kathmandu and Pokhara)
Nepal Visa (need to take multiple entry visa 15 Days)
Payments for service provided on a personal basis
Cost for any services not mentioned in the "Cost Include head"
Cost incurred due to mishaps, strikes, political unrest etc.
Personal expense in items such as laundry, soft drinks, Camera Charges, Bottle water,
Incidentals, Portage, Bellboy charges tips or any other services
Do visitors need a visa to visit Bhutan?
1.1. Yes, all visitors will need a visa to visit Bhutan, except for visitors from India, who will require a permit.1.2. Nationals of Bangladesh and the Maldives shall be eligible for a visa on arrival at the port of entry.1.3. Nationals of Switzerland and Thailand holding diplomatic and official passports shall be eligible for a visa on arrival at the port of entry.1.4. Visitors from India will need a permit to visit Bhutan. This applies to anyone holding an Indian passport, or an Indian voter ID card. For Indian nationals aged under 18 years, a passport or a birth certificate will suffice, and they must be accompanied by legal guardians.
How can visitors process their visa or permit?
2.1. Visitors can process a visa or permit online from the website of the Department of Immigration. Visitors can also engage tourism service providers (see www.bhutan.travel for more details) to process the travel documents and plan a trip. The Tourism Council of Bhutan (TCB) will also offer customer service to help answer questions regarding visa applications and to answer questions about travel within the country.2.2. Although visitors from Bangladesh and Maldives can process visas on arrival and visitors from India can process permits on arrival at the port of entry, it is recommended that these be applied online to reduce wait time and for faster clearance at the port of entry.
What are the documents required to process the visa?
3.1. A passport copy is required. The passport must be valid for six months from the intended date of departure from the Kingdom;3.2. Travel insurance valid for the duration of the trip; and3.3. A recent passport size photograph.
How much is the visa fee and how long does it take to issue?
4.1. The visa fee is USD 40 per person and it is non-refundable. While the process to issue the visa is usually quick, the visa can take up to five working days to process.
What are the documents required to process the permit (for Indian guests)?
5.1. Visitors from India can use a passport or voter ID card. Children under 18 years of age can use a birth certificate or passport, and must be accompanied by a legal guardian.5.2. Passport size photograph is also required.5.3. Travel insurance is required and should be valid for the whole duration of the trip.
How can I purchase insurance if I don’t have any?
6.1 There is also an option to purchase domestic travel insurance from Bhutanese insurance providers at the port of entry during arrivals. There are also tourism information officers stationed at all ports of entry who can assist travellers. Click here to get details on the insurance from Bhutan Insurance Limited.