Bhutan Holiday Packages

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Bhutan Travel Packages

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Pack heavy cotton and lightweight woolens, T-shirts or long-sleeved shirts (not sleeveless) in summer.
If you come in the winter, pack thermals, warm and waterproof clothing in layers such as woolen sweaters and down jackets, and thermal underwear. You can enjoy winter only when you are used to freezing weather and snow at high altitudes.
The climate in Bhutan varies because the altitude is different for different places. There is a variation between 15°C and 30°C in summer and spring temperatures. You will experience extremely cold weather and snow at high altitudes with an average temperature from -11°C to 0°C. Southern Bhutan- Hot and humid almost throughout the year with the temperature between 15 and 30°C Central Bhutan- Warm summers, cold and dry winter Far Northern Bhutan- Very cold with snow-capped mountains.
At dzong (an ancient fortress with temples and courtyards), you cannot put on jeans, wrap your jacket, or have your coat unzipped. You cannot wear hats, shorts, short skirts, flip-flops or t-shirts inside. Please cover your arms and legs with long-sleeved clothing.
Hire a taxi from Paro airport to the capital Thimphu, which is around six kilometers. After receiving your tourist permit at Paro, the taxi will drop you to your hotel at Thimphu. Flights are sometimes delayed due to visibility and weather (most of the time in the summer). To avoid inconvenience on your part, please set aside 24 hours before any onward connecting flight.
Bhutan is a safe destination to travel. However, conventional wisdom remains correct about precautions for personal safety and security. It is even safe for solo male or female travelers.
Stay alert while trekking because the ground gets slippery with leeches everywhere during the monsoon. Avoid leaving valuables in the vehicle at the parking. Always wear a seatbelt and avoid driving at night because accidents are frequent in Bhutan due to mountainous roads and blind curves. Flight delays are common due to weather and visibility. Have necessities in your baggage to face delays or unexpected stop-overs. Dogs are the fond animals in Bhutan. Please avoid teasing or feeding them.