Bhutan COVID Travel Update | Trekking In Bhutan

COVID 19: Bhutan travel updates

Bhutan amidst COVID

Guidelines and Protocol

Bhutan resumed issuing tourist visas on August 5, 2021, with a mandatory 21-day quarantine for unvaccinated visitors, and a 10-day quarantine for fully vaccinated visitors. Visitors are required to cover all costs related to quarantine (hotels and meals), medical bills, RT-PCR, antibody testing, and the Sustainable Development Fee (SDF, which is USD 65 per night per person). The minimum daily tariff will not be charged until after the quarantine period has ended.

Only air travelers will be allowed entry into Bhutan. COVID-19 negative certificates must be provided by a laboratory certified to perform RT-PCR tests, not earlier than 72 hours before departure from the country of origin. Travelers must also carry medical insurance.

Bhutan has completed the nationwide COVID-19 vaccination campaign with both doses, with 95% of the total eligible population now vaccinated. We look forward to the further advancement of relaxation and travel incentives in the future.

Flexible Bookings & Stress-free Cancellations

We have updated our Stress-Free Booking policy in order to provide additional support to our existing and new guests.
 
The company is now offering flexible booking options for tours in 2022 without any financial commitment. You can also change or cancel your travel plans without any hassle. 

Extra COVID-19 safety measures by Trekking In Bhutan Team

We at Trekking In Bhutan have put in place some extra safety measures to minimize the risk of covid during your travel with us:

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Jumolhari trek in Bhutan is an exhilarating adventure in the Himalayas. From the base camp you will see the stunning view of Mt. Jumolhari (7315m). The second highest unclimbed peak in the world.

Laya-Gasa Trek is one of the most scenic long distance treks in Bhutan. The trek runs along the Tibetan border and offers amazing views of some of the most pristine and untouched landscapes in Bhutan.

On this trek, you will have enchanting view of Mount Jumolhari, Jichu Drake & Tsherimgang mountains. You will also have distant view of Mount Kanchenjongga of Sikkim.

This 30-day arduous trek is billed as the most difficult trek in the world by the Red Bull. You will cross 11 high passes, walk for 16km daily and sleep at more than 5000m.

Trekking amidst the picturesque lakes, stunning views of highest Himalayan ranges including Mount Everest in Nepal, Jumolhari, Masanggang, Jichu Drake, Tiger Mountain in Bhutan .

This trek is also known by different names such as Jumolhari Trek II, Yaksa Trek or simply the Jumolhari Loop. The highlight of this trek is the spectacular view of Mount Jumolhari from the base camp.

Trek offers a clear mountain lakes, number of yak herder’s camps and have splendid views of Himalaya along the Bhutan – Tibet border including Mount Jumolhari, Jichu Drake and Gangkar Puensum.

The Nub Tsho Napata Trek takes you through mountains of Haa in western Bhutan. The trek is considered unique and unexplored as many do not trek this region.