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Minimum Package Cost Revision
Bhutan’s minimum tour package cost increases from 2012
Thimphu, Bhutan, August 2011 - From 2012 Bhutan’s minimum package tour cost per person will be USD 250 per day for the months of March, April, May, September, October and November. However, to encourage more people to visit during the months of June, July, August, December, January and February the minimum package tour cost per person remains at USD 200 per day. With the increase in the package cost the tour operators are mandated to keep their guests in accommodation facilities that have been rated as 3 stars and above.
The details of the revision are as follows:
1. USD 250 per person per night on a twin sharing basis for the months of March, April, May, September, October and November from 1st January 2012.
2. USD 200 per person per night on a twin sharing basis from the months of January, February, June, July, August and December from 1st January 2012.
3. Royalty will be kept at USD 65.
4. All other provisions of the earlier announcement referred to above such as discounts, FIT surcharges, and agents commission will remain the same and come into effect as announced.
All tours must be booked through a recognized Bhutanese Tour Operator such as Tashi Gongphel Tours, with entire land arrangements provided by one and the same operator.
For Cultural Tours, booking arrangements must be completed 4 weeks in advance, but for Cultural Tours during festivals, arrangements must be completed 6 weeks in advance. The spring and autumn festivals are our peak times for tourism, and without early reservations it can be difficult to confirm flights and hotels.
For Trekking groups, booking arrangements should be completed at least 8 weeks in advance, as this activity requires detailed forward planning. Tashi Gongphel Tours has built up impressive resources and can offer your clients a choice of the finest and best organized trekking experiences in the entire Himalayas
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