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Eastern Bhutan Tour

"Bhutan lies hidden in the folds of the eastern Himalayas"

Out of twenty districts in Bhutan six districts is fall in the eastren which is Trashigang, Trashi Yangtse, Mongar, Lhuentse, Samdrup Jongkhar and Pema Gatshel. The east part of Bhutan sees far fewer tourists than the western regions, which is reason enough to go. Intrepid travellers venturing east will be rewarded with group-free Dzongs and temples, beautiful silks and embroidery, and lush, bird-filled forests. Food and accommodation options can be modest and simple, attesting to the region’s remoteness. However, despite this remoteness, the east is surprisingly densely populated. Most of the populations live in remote settlements; secreted high above the road or in isolated valleys. The east is opening up to tourism but it remains a frontier for adventure travel in Bhutan.

Note: As such, it will be raising the Sustainable Development Fee (SDF) of USD:65 per person per night for tourists to USD:200, which will go towards activities that promote carbon-neutral tourism and build a more sustainable tourism sector. This includes offsetting the carbon footprint of tourists and upskilling workers in the sector. Indian tourists will pay a previously stipulated fee, which will be revised at a later date. The rate refers to the minimum sum paid by all tourists for an all-inclusive package tour to Bhutan.
The fee changes came into effect on 20 June 2022. You can also visit the Tourism Department’s official website:

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