Covid-19 policy

Company Covid 19 Policy

Welcome To Bhutan

Bhutan is fortunate not to have been greatly affected by the pandemic. Moreover, Bhutan has enhanced its practices around sanitization, disinfection, food handling and cleaning. The health and safety of our guests, guides are of utmost importance to us. The travel ban is still not lifted by the Government of Bhutan but we are monitoring the situation closely with the support from the Tourism Council of Bhutan. Our goal to provide you with the best of services continues.


General Hygiene Rules:
  • Wash your hands regularly, follow the 20-second hand-washing rule.
  • Cough/sneeze into your sleeves. If you use tissue, discard it properly.
  • Avoid touching your face, especially your eyes, nose and mouth.
  • Avoid close physical contact with a person who is coughing regularly.


COVID-19 Health And Safety Measures Taken By Company

  • Face masks required for travellers in public areas
  • Face masks required for guides in public areas
  • Hand sanitiser available to travellers and staff
  • Social distancing enforced throughout the experience
  • Guides required to regularly wash hands
  • Temperature checks for travellers upon arrival

FAQ On Bhutan Covid 19 Policy

Q1. Is Covid vaccine necessary to travel to Bhutan?

As on September 23, 2022, there will be no COVID-19 vaccination requirements for adults or children to enter Bhutan, even though we still advise all visitors to get the vaccine to help limit the disease’s spread. To continue COVID-19 monitoring for novel variations, all visitors to Bhutan (12 years of age and older) may be submitted to arbitrary RT-PCR testing at the official points of entry or the workplace. The RT-PCR testing used for surveillance shall not be subject to payment.

Q2. Can visitors who are not immunised enter Bhutan? If so, what would be the process?

Unvaccinated visitors may enter Bhutan without a quarantine period.

Q3. What happens if someone contracts COVID-19 while visiting Bhutan?

During their visit to Bhutan, visitors who test positive for COVID-19 must remain in quarantine at their hotel until they test negative. The visitor will be responsible for paying for the extra nights of quarantine and PCR testing.

Q4.Do COVID-19 procedures apply while departing Bhutan?

When leaving Bhutan, there won’t be any COVID-19 procedures unless the destination country mandates them.