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Bhutan is known by various names. In the past, the country was widely known as Mon Yul or the Land of Darkness. The other names given were Lho Jong Men Jong or the Southern Land of Medicinal Herbs, Ridag gi yul or the Land of dense forests and mountainous terrain. Today, we are known as Bhutan to the international community.
Bhutan Travel Guide
Bhutan Travel Guide
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The crafted travel tips on Bhutan are made in such a way that only the required Bhutan travel information one must know is provided before you plan your trip to Bhutan.
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In peak-season months the cost of travelling to Bhutan is $225 per person per day. If you are travelling solo, you have to pay a surplus of $40 a day, bringing to $265 a day. If you are traveling to Bhutan with three (3) people or more then the surplus of $40 is omitted.

In off season cost would go as low as $200 per person per night.
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7 Days Discover Best Bhutan Travel Tours is an exciting destination for all visitors. It includes some of the most significant historical and religious sites in the country. Discover the magnificent monasteries and stunning scenery of the Himalayan Kingdom of Bhutan with your own week-long private tour accompanied by a local guide.
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8 Days essential Bhutan cultural tour trip offers a relaxed holiday covering western Bhutan. Western Bhutan is known for its stunning beautiful scenery with rice paddy and apple orchards with rivers flowing down the mountain valleys. Most of the houses are painted with traditional designs and offers the visitor the opportunity to discover arts, architecture and the way of day to day activities of the Bhutanese. The trip covers spectacular Dzongs (fortresses) and Monasteries in Paro, Thimphu and Punakha.
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