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Hey Divya. I am Niyas, from Goa. I read your blog on your solo to Bhutan. It was a well detailed narration. I am also planning a solo to Bhutan in this February. Probably end-Feb. I am planning for a 10-day trip to Bhutan travelling via Phuentsholing to Thimphu and thereon. I am an avid trekking enthusiast and a nature lover. Could you please provide me with a rough itinerary for ten days in Bhutan. I would like to limit my accommodation expenses within 1500 Rupees per day. Please provide me with some details on this as well. Thank you.
I am w-a-y late in reverting to your query, partially because I have been travelling for the last two months. I am extremely sorry. Let me know if you are still looking for any information on the same.
Hello Ma’am ,
Your blog is very informative . Thank you very much for sharing your experience and mail id .
I am planning to travel Bhutan solo for 4 to 5 days in March . I have a query . I read Indian traveller need to pay $150 per person per day . Is it true ? It has to be paid at immigration ? Wouldn’t it be costly for single occupancy ?
Thank You !
With Best Regards ,
Thank you for the kind words.
That’s not true regarding the traveller fee.
Have a great trip.
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I read your Blog on your trip to Bhutan.I have been there in 2018,but the way you have described was fantastic. It covered almost everything in it and I am pretty sure it will give a blue print to the people who want to visit Tiger Hill in the future.
Sadly ,I couldn’t complete the Trek to Tiger Hill because of bad Weather conditions, but I guess your travel blog made it complete.🙂
The trip to Bhutan was one of the best part of my life till date and still remember that cheerful faces of Bhutanese .
These days, I am re-writing the Bhutan section because tourism has reopened for Indian tourists but it now comes with a hefty price tag. My understanding is that it is now going to charge Rs.1200 per person per day as Sustainable Development Fee. I am sitting with official documents and trying to make sense of the Covid protocols and the compulsory monetary expenditure for traveling to Bhutan.
Tiger’s Nest you mean? You can go again sometime, maybe? Anyway, Bhutan isn’t the sort of place where you go only once in a lifetime.
Thank you for your kind words regarding the blogposts.