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Drukair Royal Bhutan Airlines And Bhutan Airlines – Amedewa Tours And Trek

Fly to Bhutan  with Amedewa Tours And Trek, we are registered travel and tour operator under Tourism council of Bhutan and representatives of Drukair and Bhutan Airlines.

We offer free consultation, any day departures, block flight seats, guaranteed Bhutan Visas and memorable trip with tailored made packages to our valued clients

For any queries kindly mail us at travelamedewa@gmail.com

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Home Stays/Farm House in Bhutan with Amedewa Tours and Trek

Travel  Bhutan, the last Shangri La with Amedewa Tours and experience the local culture and traditions.

If you are one of those who is curious about local lifestyles, this experience will offer you to explore the local cultural like no other and mingle with local families and see their daily routines.

A night or two stays offers a good time to bond with the locals and enjoy authentic Bhutanese cuisine meals.

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HOTSONE BATH

Hotstone Bath

Most of the homestays in Bhutan offers Hotstone Bath which is considered as natural healing process for ailments like joint pains and stomach disorders.

Selected stones from the river bank are baked in fire till red and then dipped in the wooden tub of cold water with addition of some medicinal herbs to enhance the experience.

 

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How to get your Bhutan visas/Road permits done with Amedewa Tours And Trek, Bhutan

It is mandatory that all tourist other than India, Maldives and Bangladesh to the obtain the visas before their arrival to Bhutan

Your Bhutan visas can be arranged by a registered tour and travel operator under Tourism Council of Bhutan, Royal Government of Bhutan like our self, Amedewa Tours And Trek.

For International Tourist 

To get your visas approved you must remit the tour payment in USD to the tour operator having beneficiary account of USD with Bhutan National Bank

To transfer the payment to Bhutan National Bank from any place outside India and Bhutan

Please request your bank to remit through Bhutan National Bank Ltd, Correspondent Bank as follows .

  1. Bank Address: Standard Chartered Bank Ltd ( Correspondent Bank) One Madison Avenue , New York

NY 10010-3603

Swift Code: SCBLUS33

CHIPS ABA:0256

FED ABA: 026002561

  1. Beneficiary Bank account: 358-202-171-9001 (USD A/C)
  1. Beneficiary Bank: Bhutan National Bank, P.O BOX 439, GPO Building, Chang Lam, Thimphu Bhutan

Swift Code: BNBTBTBT

  1. Beneficiary/Ultimate Beneficiary: Amedewa Tours And Trek maintained with BNBL(Bhutan National Bank limited)

The document required is a scan copy of your passport having a validity of minimum 6 months, which can be mailed to your tour operator. 

We will start applying for your visas online on Tourism Council of Bhutan system and we will mail a Visa confirmation code which must be produced at the check in counter at Paro International Airport and your actual visa will be stamped on your passport at the counter on arrival. 

For Regional Tourist (India, Maldives and Bangladesh nationality) 

Upon confirmation of your tour to Bhutan with your tour operator you will be required to send a scan copy of your passport having a validity of minimum of 6 months if you want to opt for E permit(online permit) and avoid visiting the immigration office in person to get your permits done

E permits or your Road permit to Bhutan will be processed before your arrival to Bhutan and mailed to you prior to your actual travel dates for convenience

Please note that only Passport will be entertained for the E permits or with voter ID one can get their road permit done from the respective immigration offices in Bhutan by personally being present at the immigration office.

Documents required for those Using Voter ID to get the road permit done in Bhutan 

  • All Hotel confirmation vouchers in Bhutan
  • Few passport size photograph
  • Tour itinerary 

For Regional tourist only Passport for E permits is applicable

Voter ID/ Passports  for adult and birth certificate for child can be used to obtain the road permits at the Immigration offices in Bhutan

 

 

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When to book my Bhutan Tour

The kingdom of Bhutan is sandwiched between the two giants India and China and being a mountainous country may be considered as one of the reason why she was never colonised keeping her culture and traditions intact.

Bhutan open its door to Tourism only in 1974 to raise revenue and promote Bhutanese culture and traditions to the outside world.

There is two flights in operation, DrukAir and BhutanAirlines which flies to sectors like Singapore, Bangkok, Delhi, Calcutta, Mumbai, Kathmandu, Bangladesh and Guwahati.

Planning a Festival Tour 

Planning a visit to Bhutan on festival season  requires at least 3 months of advance booking specially if you are coming for a festival tour of Thimphu, Paro and Punakha. otherwise if you are on a normal cultural tour, the entire season of the year is suitable.

You can check the festival calendar here

There is also a peak and Off season for the tourist visiting Bhutan as below.

Peak season: March, April, May, September, October and November.

Off season:  January, February, June, July, August and December 

We expect rainfall on the month of July, August so trekking is not suggested on those rainy days validity. and is suitable on March to June and September to October.

We can expect snowfall on the month of December to March for those who likes snowfall.

Are you flexible with your travel dates on festival?

With festival happening for few days at each district of Bhutan, it is requested that one should have a flexible travel dates so that we can suggest the best suitable festival tour for late booking or if you have particular festival tour in mind please contact us prior to 3 or 4 months in advance.

Document required on your arrival to Bhutan.

  • Passport of minimum 6 months validity.
  • Visa confirmation code emailed by your travel agent which will be then processed and your actual visa will be stamp on your passport at Paro airport.