The government did not permit tourists into Bhutan until 1974 in order to regulate the tourist tariff. As a result, the number of tourists was kept under control. Bhutanese culture is characterized by happiness, and the national costumes are worn with pride.
Even privileged travelers consider Bhutan to be one of the most unique destinations on earth. This jewel in the Himalayas has not received the attention it deserves because of its secluded location, limited accessibility, and preservation efforts.
Travelling at different times of the year may affect the weather. Except in the summer, winter calls for a warm jacket, sweater, and warm clothing. A cotton shirt or lightweight woollen sweater is appropriate in summer.
It is advisable to layer your clothing in the event of varying temperatures. Make sure your shoes have a soft sole and are comfortable. Whenever you visit temples or other religious sites, consider dressing conservatively. Males should wear slacks and females should wear pants or long skirts. You must also cover your shoulders if you are inside a religious building.
Thanks to Chintan's experience in promoting tourism in Nepal, we managed to organize an excellent visit to the main places in Nepal. After our arrival in Kathmandu, we planned together the various visits and transports for Pokhara, Lumbini, Chitwan. Thanks to their deep knowledge of the various places we have been able to understand throughout the package, the various experiences, such as paragliding and jungle safari, unique and absolutely to be done. I thank Chintan, Madan and the whole Himalayan Hero Adventures Company.