Government of Bhutan recognizes tourism is world wide phenomenon and an important of achieving social economic development particularly for developing countries like Bhutan. It also recognizes that tourism, in affording the opportunity to travel, can promoting help understanding among peoples and building closer ties of friendship based on appreciation and respect for different cultures and lifestyles. There are, however, problems associated with tourism that, if not controlled, can have devastating and irreversible impact on the local environment, culture and identity of the people. Realizing these problems and the fact that the resources on which tourism is based are limited, the tourism industry in Bhutan is founded on principle of sustainability, meaning that tourism must be environmentally & ecologically friendly, socially & culturally acceptable & economically viable. Bhutan remained isolated from rest of the world & no tourism existed until 1974 preserving the rich natural environment & lively Buddhist culture. Impressive monasteries on cliff faces, this is country that woos visitors with perfect mix of stunning landscapes, fine architecture & offbeat charm.
The number of tourists visiting Bhutan is regulated to a manageable level because of the lack of infrastructure. Towards achieving this objective, the Royal Government, since inception of tourism in the year 1974, has adopted a very cautious approach to growth & development of the tourism industry in Bhutan. In order to minimize the problems, the number of tourists has been maintained at a manageable level and this control on number is exercised through a policy of government regulated tourist tariff and a set of administrative requirements explained in the following Sections. Fertile lands that surround the city gives a chance to meet friendly locals, visit monasteries & soak up this country’s truly strange atmosphere. There is much of warmth in the fresh, cool and characteristically Bhutanese air that you will breathe when you travel to Bhutan. We offer extended packages and special modified Festival and cultural tours. Each of our tour packages is designed with great degree of plasticity to meet the budget and expectations of individuals or groups. Tourism in Bhutan was privatized by the Royal Government of Bhutan in 1991. Today it is a vibrant business with 33 private operators. The Royal Government of Bhutan adheres strongly to a policy of low volume, high value tourism.
Day 01:- Departure from Kathmandu to Bhutan Paro internation airport and transfer to Hotel.
Day 02:- Paro to Thimphu (two hours drive) and overnight hotel in Thimphu.
Day 03:- Thimphu Sightseeing and overnight Hotel.
Day 04:- Thimphu to Paro (Hiking to Taktsang Monastery) and overnight Hotel.
Day 05:- Daperture from Paro internation airport to Nepal and overnight Hotel.