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SDF (Regional Tourist)

Bhutan trip cost.
All International visitors to Bhutan have to pay US $ 100 per person per night stay in Bhutan as a Sustainable Development Fee (SDF). For Indian nationals Rs/ 1200.00 per night /per head) SDF. Bhutan tour cost depends on the duration and category of hotels you choose during your stay in Bhutan. The Non-Resident Indians (NRIs) and Over-Seas Citizens of India (OCI card holders) wishing to visit Bhutan are treated as any other International travelers. Hence they have to pay US $ 100 per night per head stay in Bhutan. The Bhutanese Tour Operators and International travel Agents charge for the package tour above the SDF amount. 
Besides the Sustainable Development Fee (SDF), the tourists have to pay entry fees to visit museums/monuments and festivals.

Our rates are given below and are inclusive of Sustainable Development Fund (SDF).
01 person: US $ 340 per night stays in Bhutan.
02 persons: US $ 280 per person per night stays in Bhutan.
3 – 10 persons: US $ 260 per person per night stays in Bhutan.
Bhutan Visa fee is US $ 40 per person per trip and is extra.
The Government of Bhutan levies entry fees for museums/monuments and festival visits as given below
Entry fee for Tiger’s Nest @ US $ 12 per person.
Other monuments @ US $ 6 per person.
Festival visits @ US $ 12 per person.
Museums @ US $ 3 – 5 per person.

All Meals [Breakfast /Lunch/Dinner & Evening tea].
Accommodation in 3 star Hotel/Resorts [Twin / double Sharing].
All transportation within the country including airport transfers (SUV, Mini Bus or Larger Bus depending
on the group size).
Sustainable Development Fee (SDF).
English speaking local Guide/Government certified tour guide
Bottled water throughout the tour.

Drukair / Bhutan Airfares (International or Domestic).
Single Room Supplement US $: 40 per room per night.
Extra premiums for 4 and 5 star hotels.
Museum/Monument and festival fees.
Travel Insurance Premiums.
Payments for service provided on a personal basis.
Cost for any services not mentioned in the “Cost Include head”.
Cost incurred due to mishaps, strikes, political unrest etc.
Personal expense in items such as laundry, soft drinks, Camera charges, incidentals, Portage, tips or any
other services.
While on a trek, the cost covers:
All 3 meals & Evening Tea/Coffee.
Services of a Guide, Cook and Helper.
Ponies/ Yaks to carry the supplies.
Trekking permit fees.
Tents and equipment.

There shall be no charge for children up to the age of 5 years on Bhutan travel cost. However, those
between the ages of 6 – 12 years get 50 % discount on daily rates.

Tour booked and subsequently cancelled shall be subject to cancellation charges on Bhutan travel cost
as follows:
Within 16 – 30 days of start of program – 30 % of rate.
Within 7 – 15 days – 50 % of rate.
Under one week of arrival in Bhutan: 70 % of the rate.
After arrival in Bhutan- 100 % of rate.

The FAQ is developed to help regional tourist from Bangladesh, India and Maldives to help plan their trip to Bhutan.

Please find the FAQ regional tourist flyer below: