ROOM RATES FOR 2018
Rates during PEAK Season
(March, April, May AND September, October, November.)
Rates during REGULAR Season
(June, July, August AND December, January, February.)
TERMS AND CONDITIONS
- There will be 10% Bhutan Sales Tax and 10% Service Charge on all rates.
- The published rates include breakfast.
- Zhiwa Ling Ascent reserves the right to change the rate without notice.
- All Tariffs In USD
Please note: The Paro Tshechu (Festival) dates change every year based on the Bhutanese Lunar calendar to Thimphu Tshechu (Festival) dates change every year based on Bhutanese Lunar calender.
CANCELLATION CHARGES WILL APPLY AS:
Cancel within 60 days of arrival 50% charges
Cancel within 45 days of arrival 75% charges
Cancel within 30 days of arrival 100% charges
No shows: 100% cancellation charges
Bhutan tourism policy
Happiness and sustainability is of utmost importance to all the people of Bhutan. To maintain balance, both economically and in relation to GNH, Bhutan follows a high value, low impact tourism policy. All visitors to Bhutan are required to spend a minimum of US $200 per person daily in the off season and $250 per person daily in the peak season. A portion of this minimum daily spend goes to Bhutan's health and education sectors.
We are committed to conducting our business dealings with you with the utmost professionalism, honesty and fairness. We believe in solving challenges in a compassionate way that respects the well-being of all involved parties and embodies true Bhutanese values.
Information for Indian Nationals
Are you traveling to Bhutan from India? Take advantage of the open door travel policy between Bhutan and India with no Visa or Tourist tariff to pay. With direct flights from Kolkata, Delhi and Bagdogra, getting to Bhutan has never been easier for a short break or an extended stay.