Bhutan opened its door to the outside world with the formulation of Tourism Regulation in 1971 to raise its revenue and to promote the country’s unique culture and traditions. The actual arrival of tourists started only in 1974 with 287 visitors. Since then the number of tourists has been increasing every year and in 2013 with record high inbound arrivals of 116,209 as per Tourism Council records. Despite being open to foreigners, the government is acutely aware of the environmental impact tourists can have on Bhutan’s unique and virtually unspoiled landscape and culture. 

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Best Seasons:November to April

Best Travel Spots in Bhutan

    Bhutan Package

    6 Days / 5 Nights

    The land of monasteries and fortresses, Bhutan invites you to witness the unique mammals & birds protected in several national parks here. It is a country where Gross National Happiness is the indicator of its prosperity. Bhutan is home to…

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      8 Days Experiential Bhutan Trip

      8 Days / 7 Nights

      Explore the valleys of Thimphu, Punakha and Paro with a private guide, taking in ancient monasteries, majestic mountains and much more of this high-altitude Himalayan Kingdom. This itinerary, like all Amankora expeditions, can be adjusted to suit preferences, both before…

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        Bhutan Sightseeing Tour With Flights

        7 Days / 6 Nights

        Bhutan, the happiest country in all of Asia is a marvel nestling in the shelter of pristine Himalayan Mountains. A mere mention of the country invokes various images of monks, monasteries, yaks, Buddhist art, festivities, traditions, and smiling faces. Catch…

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