Why Bhutan?

Bhutan is country worth to visit. It has potential to become Switzerland of Asia. It is quite expensive for tourist. But it is very nice small country with unique and amazing nature, rich national heritage and deep Buddhist culture. Bhutan holds the distinction of being the only carbon negative country in the world.

Why Bhutan with Trawel Mart?

Bhutan is a popular tourist destination, and people can find 1000s of “Bhutan tour packages’ ‘or “Bhutan tourism” pages that set an itinerary for “places to visit in Bhutan’. While there are several places to visit in Bhutan, a holiday is more than just sightseeing. At Trawel Mart we place more importance on the entire travel experience than just the list of places to see in Bhutan. From comfortable stays to a carefully-curated itinerary, our holiday packages focus on giving you an experience of Bhutan along with a relaxing or adventurous holiday… your choice. Our packages have a range of features suiting travellers of every type, for no two travellers are alike. Planning a perfect trip to Bhutan, we’ve got you covered!

Bhutan Holiday Packages - Trawel Mart

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The Moscow Kremlin
The Moscow Kremlin

This “Fortress inside a city” is a major tourist attraction of Russia, I mean, this Kremlin Palace! Yes, of course, this is an open fact and everyone knows it very well. It is best known for its Kremlins AKA Russian citadels and includes five palaces, four cathedrals including this “Grand Kremlin Palace” with Kremlin towers.

St. Basil's Cathedral
St. Basil's Cathedral

Ivan Vasilyevich also known as Ivan Grozny, the first Tsar of Russia, ordered the construction of this cathedral in the mid-16th century and the idea behind the building of this cathedral was to honor the victories of the Russian armies over the independent Tatar khanates of Kazan and Astrakahn.

Red Square
Red Square

 Moscow’s Red Square (Krasnaya Ploshchad) with the Kremlin was added to UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1990. It is the most famous and largest places to visit in Moscow.

The State Tretyakov Gallery
The State Tretyakov Gallery

An invaluable treasure trove of art, “the State Tretyakov Gallery” was built in the year 1856. Unlike the name suggests, the gallery was not founded by one, but by two brothers Tretyakov and his younger brother Sergei.

Best Bhutan Tour Packages

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Frequently Asked Questions

Bhutan is a colorful Buddhist nation that is known for its serene natural landscapes and spirituality. There are many monasteries here and the people are friendly and loving.

• Wildlife Safari – Explore the Wildlife Of Bhutan. ... • Fishing – Go Catch Them. ... • Mountain Motorbiking – The Adventure Ride. ... • Attend Festivals – Get Acquainted with Culture. ... • Visit The Rinpung Dzong – Gather Spiritual Greatness. ... • Camping – Make Those Tents. ... • Tour The Museums – Learn More About Culture.

Two weeks is the ideal length of visit this lovely place.

There is very less car hire service in Bhutan and car rental service provider in Bhutan. There is No Ola in Bhutan and No Uber in Bhutan. The only way to hire the cab in Bhutan is reaching out to Bhutanese registered transport companies like Heavenly Bhutan Travels (HBT).

Call 112 for any kind of health concern or health query. Call 112 for help in any kind of medical problem. Call 112 if you are suffering from mental illness like depression, anxiety & suicidal tendencies. Call 112 for knowing about medical facilities location and medical services available in Bhutan.

Sometimes all-inclusive packages can be a better deal than booking your reservations individually. This is because travel companies are able to buy up large volumes of hotel rooms and flights at one time and sell them to customers at a discount.

To avoid any major injuries, always wear a seatbelt and avoid driving at night; mountainous roads are poorly lit and there are many blind corners. (Keep in mind that you will most likely not be the one driving – independent travel in Bhutan is not allowed, except for travelers from India, Bangladesh, and the Maldives.

Bhutan is the only country in the world that completely bans the sale and production of tobacco—and naturally, smoking is banned in public places. Tourists and the Bhutanese elite can bring in 200 cigarettes, but ask your guide to find a place to light up.

There are no trains in Bhutan, with public transport only available by bus service in districts where metaled roads exist. Buses are invariably crowded and uncomfortable, with poor road conditions making things worse.

A sparsely populated country bordered by India to the south, and China to the north, Bhutan has long maintained a policy of strict isolationism, both culturally and economically, with the goal of preserving its cultural heritage and independence.

The city of Thimphu is one of the best places to explore the nightlife of Bhutan and is lined up with a number of popular nightclubs, bars and places to hang out at night. Is Bhutan safe at night? Bhutan is one of the safest places to visit.

Yes, definitely.

In short, yes!

The best time to visit Bhutan is during the spring months of March to May when the valleys come alive with flowers in bloom. Be it in its festivals or festivities, clear skies and glimpses to the Himalayan peaks, flourishing Himalayan flora and fauna, or simply beautiful snowfall.

Rice forms the main body of most Bhutanese meals. It is accompanied by one or two side dishes consisting of meat or vegetables. Pork, beef and chicken are the meats that are eaten most often. Vegetables commonly eaten include Spinach, pumpkins, turnips, radishes, tomatoes, river weed, onions and green beans.

Bhutan is the only country in the world that completely bans the sale and production of tobacco—and naturally, smoking is banned in public places. Tourists and the Bhutanese elite can bring in 200 cigarettes, but ask your guide to find a place to light up.

As Indian travelers you can use Indian rupees in Bhutan except for the new 2000 rupee note which is not accepted.

• Hiking Boots. Bhutan is a hiker's paradise with beautiful mountain trails and stunning scenery around every corner. ... • Ginger Chews. ... • Layers & Warm Socks. ... • Toilet Paper & Hand Sanitizer. ... • Hand Warmers. ... • Sunscreen & Sunglasses. ... • Camera with Plenty of Storage. ... • Cash for Purchases.

Bhutan is one of the most famous destinations for honeymooners which offer hill station atmosphere, the last Shangri-la, amazing sunset & sunrise, cool and comfortable atmosphere, ancient temples and forts, and much more. It is a perfect getaway for romantic destination and honeymoon.

The best response to how to reach is to take a direct flight. One can board a flight from any of the major cities of India.

Bhutan's climate is diverse due to dramatic variations in elevation. The Duars Plain tends to be hot and humid; the Lesser Himalaya region is often cooler; while the areas in the Greater Himalayas are closest to that of alpine tundra.

The government of Bhutan approved the National Policy and Strategic Framework to Reduce Harmful Use of Alcohol (2015-2020). The work on the alcohol policy started more than four years ago, in June 2011

Since the 1970s, the Bhutan government has offered free universal healthcare to all its citizens. Barring one private health clinic in the capital of Thimphu, there are no private physicians or clinics. There are more than 30 hospitals across Bhutan.
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