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2Single room in every group of more then 6-8Rooms will have no charge and more then 2Single will be charge US$ 65per night per room.
Hotels in Bhutan are approved and classified by the government as grade A, B and C. These government approved hotels are equivalent to 3-4 star hotels elsewhere. Based on availability at the time of your booking, we provide grade A hotels and B category hotels in all kind of tour packages we offer. We use A category hotel in every destination you choose to travel around Bhutan. Since our packages is designed on twin sharing basis, you share room with your fellow traveler but in case you prefer single rooms we charge USD 65 per night as single supplement. We also arrange luxury hotels as per your need at an additional cost as per the rack rate of the hotel. Luxury hotels are chain hotel like Le-Meridian,Tashi Taj,Uma Group,Aman Group,Zhiwaling Hotel,Naksel Boutique,Green Resort and similars.
All your meals included during your stay in Bhutan. A variety of meals are available in most hotels – the most popular being Indian, Chinese, and the more common continental food. Non vegetarian dishes are generally available in most parts of Bhutan – pork, beef, chicken, and fish. The best advice is to ask the hotel and restaurant to recommend what is fresh and in season.
The packing gear list has been created with the objective of getting the maximum comfort with the minimum possible weight. Please remember to bring only what is necessary, as this will be helpful to you and also to the field staff.
Druk Air has a44 pound (20 kg) weight limit for checked luggage and another 11 pound weight limit for carry-on luggage on their flights. Your carry-on bags are restricted to one piece, and the size should not exceed 17″ x 13″ x 8″. Next, your gear and clothing items are divided into “trek” and “non-trek” with non-trekitems left at the staff office in a locked room.
Essentials: Always check that your pack contains essential items such as your passport, money, eyewear, a change of clothing, hiking boots and medications in your carry-on baggage.
Gifts: Please don’t bring extra gifts which might burden you. If you wish to show your appreciation to the staff, the best gift would be a sincere ‘thank you’ or tips where appropriate.
Cultural Sensitivity: It`s better for women to wear pants (or Capri length pants) and/or a skirt (mid-calf or longer). Tights, hiking shorts and sports tops are not advisable. For men, pants are best. Men may wear longer hiking shorts that come to the knees. Never go shirtless.
Health tips for women: Women are advised to bring their necessary health/sanitary supplies with them as such items might not be available in Bhutan.
Boots: Wear boots that are broken-in. To minimize the risk of blisters, wearing thin liner socks under regular hiking socks may help.