If you’re planning a trip to Nepal, finding the right accommodation is crucial. Whether you’re looking for a luxurious 5-star hotel or a more budget-friendly option, we can help you find the perfect place to stay. We partner with several hotels in Nepal to offer you the best possible rates. So whether you’re coming to […]
Why Partner with Us? Lonely Nepal Travels welcomes you to be one of our valuable partners – it’s creating a value to the customers. Our company, management team and employees reflect the values we adhere to – it’s inclusive, authentic, high-quality, and aspiring way of life. We at Lonely Nepal Tours are always looking for […]
A trekking guide is someone who the government of Nepal has trained to operate and guide tourists. This training includes first-aid, safety procedures, and cultural sensitivity. A good trekking guide will be familiar with all the best hiking trails in Nepal and can help you choose a route that is right for your fitness level […]
A specialized guide is a professional who supervises and manages the itinerary for a journey and accompanies you throughout your trip. The difference between a regular guide and a specialized guide is that the specialized guide has a high set of skills in tour, and he/she may have academic degrees and certificates in this field. […]
At Lonely Nepal Travels, we believe that your travel should be an unforgettable experience. We work hard to ensure that every detail of your trip is carefully planned and executed, so that you can sit back, relax, and enjoy your time in Nepal. We offer a wide range of trekking and tour packages, so that […]
Bhutan is a small landlocked country located in southern Asia, located at the eastern end of the Himalayas. China borders Bhutan to the north and India to the south. The capital city of Bhutan is Thimphu, and the currency is the Ngultrum. The population of Bhutan is approximately 740,000 people.
Bhutan is a Buddhist country, and Buddhism is the state religion. However, religious freedom is guaranteed for all citizens. There are also a significant number of Hindu residents in Bhutan. The official language of Bhutan is Dzongkha, but English is also widely spoken. The economy of Bhutan is based largely on agriculture and forestry. Bhutan also has a thriving tourism industry.
If you are planning to visit to Bhutan, you will need to obtain a visa in advance. US citizens can obtain a visa on arrival in Bhutan. For more information on travel to Bhutan, please visit the official website of the Bhutan Tourism Council.
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