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Bhutan Travel

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Bhutan is the last unspoilt kingdom in the Himalayas
12 years ago, January 18th 2007 No: 1 Msg: #10004  
BHUTAN TRAVEL BUREAU: www.btb.com.bt
THEIR tours and treks will give you an intimate insight into Bhutan's Buddhist culture and unforgettable scenery.
I have travelled with them three times from Australia - and they have been excellent every time. I have been alone, and as part of a small group (4 people). Bhutan is such an amazing place to visit. I have never been anywhere like it!


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12 years ago, January 18th 2007 No: 2 Msg: #10006  
I will be writing about my trips to Bhutan on my BLOG over the next few weeks. Reply to this

12 years ago, January 20th 2007 No: 3 Msg: #10081  
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Hi fave, am planning to visit Bhutan in Feb this year.
Is it an easy place for free and easy travel or better to join in a tour?
How long was your trip, when did you go?


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12 years ago, February 1st 2007 No: 4 Msg: #10400  
Hey there
sorry about the late reply == You can't go to Bhutan on your own - you have to go with a tour company in Bhutan -- But you can travel solo - you just have to have to organise it though Bhutanese Tour company. There are so many of them - just look on the internet or Lonely Planet. It takes awhile to organise - the visa takes about 6 weeks -
I've been to Bhutan 3 times - twice in March and once in December. The longest I have stayed is 3 weeks - there is a dailyt tariff of 200 US a day -- BUT it covers everything. Food Driver, Guide, accomadation and museum entry. It's not like Nepal -- the King and government do not want there to be too many tourists at one time - and also want to to be with a guide. I was worried about it the first time -- but it was great -- the guides have become great friends - they know everything about Bhutan, and will take you to what ever you are interested in.
I hope this helps

favel
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7 years ago, May 15th 2012 No: 5 Msg: #156224  
Hello, Im working on new web page about Tibetan language and it is very similar to Dzongkha - the language of Bhutan. Maybe it will be usefull for you! Reply to this

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