It would help to book at least one month/ 30 days in advance, as the infrastructure in Bhutan can handle only a limited number of tourist, but for emergence and on special request we can also arrange. March to May and September to November normally have many festivals being celebrated at that time, and tourist inflow is maximum during these period.
The purchase of medical, baggage and trip cancellation insurance is strongly recommended in your home country before the commencement of your journey. Besides reimbursement of non-refundable air tickets, it should also cover the cost of rescue operations, by helicopter in the event of an evacuation. However, all the local charges must be paid by the client before leaving Bhutan/Nepal/India/Tibet.
Lotus Adventure and Expedition Company or its Associated Companies or Agents disclaim all liability for accidents or damages resulting from travel related services by reason or defect, or other act while engaged in a trip.
Should the Trek/Tour/Expedition be delayed due to unforeseen circumstances beyond our control, like flight cancellation and weather conditions, the company will charge after consulting Tourism Council of Bhutan ; in the case of treks/tours/expedition in Bhutan.
There will be cancellation fees depending on the proximity to the departure date, if a trip is confirmed. But there will be no refunds once the trip has begun.
Visas/Permits for Bhutan:
Visas will be processed by us and copy of the visa will be faxed to you or you can collect it from Druk Air Station Manager at your entry point with Air Ticket, Visa copy, route permit and other necessary documents.
Visas for India/Nepal/Tibet:
Visas for India/Nepal/Tibet should be arranged from your home country.
Bhutan can be entered overland via Phuentsholing and Samdrupjongkar, the towns bordering India. For this add an additional day.