Search Packages

Packages for

Budget (Optional)

No. of Nights (Optional)

Tour Theme (Optional)

hidden Search


FAQ

FAQ


Q. Why choose Eden Eco Expedition?


A. Besides being in the Hospitality industry for over a decade, we ensure you get to see exactly how you want to see Bhutan. You will also save yourself from having to pay commission to agents if your bookings are directly made with us.


Q. What is the Sustainable Development Fee (SDF)?


A. The Sustainable Development Fee (SDF) is a daily levy collected from Guests by the Government of Bhutan. The funds go to support Bhutan’s development and goes into the free health care and free education for all policy of Bhutan. For all visitors except those from India, the SDF is USD 200 per person, per night. For guests from India(who have an Indian passport or Indian voter ID card), the SDF is 1,200 ngultrum, or the equivalent amount in Indian rupees, per person, per night.Children who have not yet turned six are exempt from paying any SDF. Children aged between 6 and who have not yet turned 12 at the time of travel receive a 50% concessionary discount on their SDF.Children aged 12 and above pay the full SDF rate. The same long-stay SDF incentives can be applied to US dollar SDF-paying children Bhutan introduced a SDF waiver till 31 st Dec 2024. Read more https://bhutan.travel/announcements


  • Q. What currency is accepted in Bhutan?

A. Most currencies are accepted in Bhutan and all banks offer currency exchange. Bhutan currency Ngultrum has the same value as Indian Rupee.


Q. How is the internet in Bhutan?
A. Internet is provided free in most hotels and you can also get a tourist SIM card for mobile data.


Q. Can I get cigarettes in Bhutan?
A. Yes, you can get many brands of cigarettes in local shops in Bhutan.
Q. What documents does Indians need to get a permit to enter Bhutan?
A. A valid identity card like voter card or Passport and six passport size photo.
Q. Which power plug is used in Bhutan?
The British plug (three square pins, compatible with type G sockets), the European plug (two round pins,
compatible with type C socket) and the Indian plug (three thick round pins, compatible with type D
sockets).
Q. What can I buy in Bhutan? Shopping?

A. You can buy many handmade local products like bags, masks, thangkas, books authored by Bhutanese
and other handicraft items.
Q. How can I get a visa to travel to Bhutan?
A. All guests require a visa to travel to Bhutan. For more information visit the Government website
https://bhutan.travel/visa
Q. What kind of accommodation is available in Bhutan?
A. We have cozy hotels to luxurious hotels in Bhutan. All the tourist destination Hotels are approved by
the Department of Tourism to ensure cleanliness and comfort of our guests. Farm Houses and stay
overs at local homes are also possible with us.
Q. What kind of guides can I expect in Bhutan?
A. All guides undergo training in Bhutan after high school and they must pass the exam set by
Department of Tourism.
Q. How is Food in Bhutan?
Bhutanese delicacies are rich with spicy chillies and cheese but are normally tempered
to the taste of the visitors. All our hotels and lodges offer delicious Indian, Chinese,
Continental and Bhutanese cuisine.
Q. Is it Safe to Travel in Bhutan?
Bhutan is very safe place and has one of the lowest crime rate in the world. Bhutanese
are generally very warm, hospitable, supportive and friendly.

For more FAQs visit the Government website https://bhutan.travel/faqs




Raise your Query

Hi! Simply click below and type your query.

Our experts will reply you very soon.

WhatsApp Us