COVID 19: Bhutan Travel Updates

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Quarantine Policy for travel in Bhutan

Updated as of 21st March 2022

Fully vaccinated foreign visitors must undergo a five-day quarantine in a government-allocated hotel facility upon entry starting 25th April 2022. While those who have not taken the vaccination (or incomplete vaccination) will observe the 10-day mandatory quarantine.

Tourists must bear all charges for quarantine facilities (hotel and food), medical bills, the cost of RT-PCR, and antibody tests.  The Sustainable Development Fee (SDF i.e. USD 65 per night per person) and the minimum daily tariff will only be levied after the completion of quarantine.

Entry to Bhutan will only be facilitated for those coming by air. A mandatory COVID-19 negative certificate should be provided issued by a laboratory certified to carry out an RT-PCR test, not earlier than 72 hours before the start of the journey from the country of origin. Visitors must also have travel medical insurance.

Bhutan Travelers is now certified by the Tourism Council of Bhutan as “Clean & Safe” and deemed eligible to cater to tourists under the new normal tourism. 
For any enquires write to us at   [email protected] 

Extra COVID-19 safety measures by Bhutan Travelers

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


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