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Bhutan is fully opening travel from the 23rd of September.
Tourists coming to Bhutan on or before the 23rd of September are only allowed to enter through flights. Vaccinated travelers are required to do the RT-PCR test at the airport and undergo a 24-hour quarantine. If the test is negative travelers will be released from quarantine and can start touring Bhutan. In case of a positive test result, tourists will have to undergo a 5-day quarantine.
Unvaccinated travelers should undergo a mandatory 5-day quarantine and an RT-PCR test will be conducted on the last day. All quarantine expenses should be borne by the travelers. Sustainable Development Fee (SDF) will not be levied during the quarantine period.
After the 23rd of September, travel will be fully open and entry from land will also be allowed. All mandatory quarantine will be waived. There is no clarity if there will be any other requirement for testing. We will post updates here once the government discloses further details. You can also opt to sign up below to get notified.
12days | 11nights
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8days | 7nights
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