The Ultimate Food And Travel Guide To Bhutan
Basic Travel information
Spoken language: Dzongkha
Currency: Ngultrum & Indian Rupee
Population: Around 754 thousand
Major Religion: Vajrayana Buddhism
Must visit attractions
There are many famous religious and cultural attractions to see in Bhutan. Some of the main ones are
Ancient Ruin of Drukgyel Dzong
and many more.
Where to Stay?
The best place to stay in Bhutan is difficult to say as it depends on the tour operator you select.
Food & Drinks
Bhutan offers delicious traditional cuisines much similar to Naga food. The famous must-try foods are Ema Datshi, Kewa Datshi, Shamu Datshi, Shakam paa, Sikam paa and many more.
Important cities to visit
Those who travel to Bhutan should book their holiday via a Bhutanese tour operator or one of their international partners, therefore, you have no choice.
Best time to visit
The best tourist season time to visit Bhutan is actually throughout the year. Watch out for heavy winters.
Bhutan is cold throughout the year, winters are much colder.
Bhutan has many kinds of Public Transportation, however, tourists will get a private bus arranged by your tour operator.
Bhutan does not have many activities other than sightseeing and religious convocations.
Important Tips to Travel
All tourists (excluding Indian, Bangladeshi and Maldivian passport holders) require a visa and must book their holiday through a Bhutanese tour operator only.
Travel During Festival Celebration for a cultural extravaganza
Carry Woolens And Shrugs
Smoking is illegal in Bhutan
There is a Minimum Daily spend Package imposed by the government.
Never disrespects The Royal Family
Indian Rupees & US Dollars both are accepted