Bhutan is the hometown of Thunder Dragon, and for many people, it is the "Holy Grail" of travel destinations. The country remained open to foreign tourists until 1974. In the first year of opening tourism, only 287 tourists visited the country. In 2015, the number of tourists in the country increased to 48,800, of which more than 90% were Indian tourists. Bhutan is the most unique tourist destination in the world. As such a unique country, it also needs to follow unique rules. September 18, 2020
All tourists must obtain a visa before arriving in Bhutan.
The visa will only be issued after you have paid the Tourism Council in full for the entire journey in Bhutan. Bhutan no longer limits the number of tourists and implements an open policy. Bhutan visa for Indians can be without prior arrangement when they travel to Bhutan. The passport is valid for at least six months from the date of departure, and a visa fee of $40 must be paid. If you want to extend your stay, you will need to pay a fee of $16.