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Bhutan Bokar Tours & Treks offers the following services:

Visa arrangement, free tour counselling  and all other ground arrangements for the visitor.

  • We are local tour specialised and offer customise tour based on the need and interest of our guests
  • Provides full Bhutan travel information, which include group packages, individual packages, and special interests tours.
  • There are numerous tours offered these days, but Bhutan Bokar Tours & Treks offers the best highlights and the best accommodations, guides and services.
  • On our treks, we use only the best tents and gears.
  • We are more than 10 years experienced and will guarantee that all your personal requirements are satisfied.
  • We guarantee an unequaled service to satisfy your individual preferences and your experience of Bhutan tour with us will be more than expectation.

Is Bhutan a safe travel destination?
Yes, the crime rate in Bhutan is very low and people are peace-loving and generous.

When is the best time to visit Bhutan?
The most excellent time to visit Bhutan would be all the months except June, July and August due to the rains that may interrupt your flight schedule to get in or out of Bhutan.

In spring, the trekking season starts in moderate altitudes. Above 2500 meters, magnificent rhododendron forests and flowers are in full bloom. In Paro, one of the largest monastic festivals “Paro Tsechu” takes place. The temperature is enjoyably mild. Rain starts falling in May which is a sign of the approaching monsoon. Autumn is the tradition season in Bhutan. September, October and November have the highest number of religious festivals or Tshechus. Trekkers particularly like the clear view of the mountains in October and November.

Ground transportation used for our tour?
For individual travelers we use Hyundai 2WD, 4WD Land cruisers; for groups of 3-7 persons we have Toyota Hiace mini buses; for larger groups of 8-20 persons we have Toyota Coaster Buses. The guide accompanies the tourist entire Bhutan trips.

What is not included in the Package?
Airfares, airport taxes, visa fees, excess baggage, insurance, emergency evacuation, medical and all other personal expenses.

Can I find cheaper rates for travel to Bhutan?
Yes, but any other rates, other than the tariffs set by the government, are unlawful and you would be taking a serious risk. The tourism authority firmly checks any kind of undercutting, and will impose severe fines on anyone found guilty, such as cancellation of business license, disruption of tours, and even expulsion of visitors who use these agents. In any case, cheaper rates would without doubt lead to poorer customer service, as tour operators would turn as many guests as possible in large groups, put them up in sub-standard hotels to cut expenses, and hire unqualified guides to drag their visitors around.

Are there any discounts?
Yes, the following discounts on daily rates are allowed:

  • The royalty for CHILDREN up to the age of 5 years is exempted, while those between the ages of 6 and 12 years, accompanied by elders/guardians, will be given 50% discount on daily royalty
  • Full time STUDENTS below the age of 25 years, holding valid identity cards from academic institutions, will also be given a 25 % discount on daily royalty.