Bhutan is an enticing destination that offers plenty for lovers of culture and scenic beauty. The Kingdom is clean, civilized, and comfortable. Most people speak English. Many well-traveled people go there because they misunderstand prices and somehow believe that entry to Bhutan is available only to a select few. Others believe that Bhutan is only for hikers and that they have to sleep in tents. Neither of these ideas could be further from the truth.
BetterButan, an 18-year-old offering quality private travel programs that make Bhutan easy to experience. They have created a website to help people understand destinations, seasons, festivals, visas, prices, and more. Visiting Bhutan is not as costly as you think. TCB, the government tourist office, has set a minimum cost per night that includes hotels, all meals, sightseeing with private car, driver, and guide, admission costs, and more.
Hiking and trekking are optional and available.However, almost all of our guests prefer soft beds and fluffy towels rather than tents and backpacks.
Since tour companies want to maximize profits, most of them spend as little as possible on hotels and skimp on meals. Some do not use the best available guides or the newest vehicles.
BetterBhutan does not think that their guests should have a mediocre experience and return home with indigestion from the hideous and boring hote buffets that most visitors complain about. They have carefully chosen restaurants that serve delicious, home-style Bhutanese food.
What makes BettetBhutan better is that they have carefully chosen hotels for quality, comfort, and value. Most hotels have profiles on their website that include photos and description. Their prices are only about 6% higher than the government-set minimum prices so that they can offer a far better experience. Some of their hotels have a surcharge of $20 to $40 per night and are well worth the supplement. Luxury hotels are also available. Since it is a private tour, you get to choose your own hotels.
Our guides are hand-picked for knowledge and people skills. Better Bhutan arranges for your visa and reserves your air transportation so that all you have to do is go to the airport..
Better Bhutan is an 18-year old-boutique tour company that offers private, tour programs in Bhutan and eight other Asian countries. Because their standards for service and their committment to the quality experiences of their guests, about one third of their customers have traveled with them multiple times.
To read what BetterBhutan has to offer, visit http://www.betterbhutan.com