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Bhutan Tourist Visa

Passport Issuing Country

United Kingdom

Country of Residence

United Kingdom

Visiting Country

Bhutan

Visa Required

Visa On Arrival

Visa Type

Bhutan visa

Fees

$20

Processing time

72 Hours

Stay period

6 Months

Validity

6 Months

Documents Required for Bhutan Visa

  • You have to book a tour with a registered tour operator.
  • Your passport must be valid for at least another six months starting from the day you enter Bhutan.
  • You must submit proof of your occupation.
  • You have to provide your contact information and address.

Bhutan Visa Eligibility Criteria

  • You have to book a tour with a registered tour operator.
  • Your passport must be valid for at least another six months starting from the day you enter Bhutan.
  • You must submit proof of your occupation.
  • You have to provide your contact information and address.

Bhutan Visa General Information

  • Everyone, except citizens of India, Bangladesh, and the Maldives need a visa to enter Bhutan. Visas can be obtained on arrival, after applying for visa clearance through a tour operator.
  • Nationals of India, Bangladesh, and the Maldives can enter Bhutan with just their passport, as long as it is valid for another six months. They still need to pay a “sustainable development fee” of about US$17 dollars per day during their time in Bhutan.