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  • Dochula Pass
  • Bhutan Mountain Range
  • Bhutan Cantilever Bridge
  • Bhutan Village Tour
  • Thimphu Dzong
  • Bumthang- Jakar Dzong
  • Rafting & Kayaking Bhutan
  • Bhutan Birding
  • Bhutan young Monks
  • Bhutan Nomadic life
  • Bhutan Happy School Kids
  • Punakha Dzong
  • Bhutan Festival
  • Bhutan National Game- Archery
  • Lingzhi Dzong
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Legal and Affiliations

Before booking your trip with any trekking and travel agency, it is quite important to know whether the company has legally registered with the TOURISM COUNCIL OF BHUTAN as well as other travel authorities of Bhutan.

It is important to be aware that there are many companies running business with expired licenses; business that do not observe the legal formalities imposed by the country act. In the same manner, we have seen many examples of so - called trekking / touring agencies illegally operated by individuals & freelancers through their own personal contact and websites.

Additionally, it has been found that some trekking / tour operators abroad have been involved with directly operating tours and trekking expeditions without the required governmental licenses and without paying the appropriate taxes.

Finally, if you book your trip with an unauthorized agency in Bhutan or abroad, there is a greater risk that problems will occur during the course of your time in Bhutan. In order to protect yourself from these problems, take the following hints into consideration prior to confirming your journey with any trekking or travel agency.

  • Is the company registered with the proper government authorities?
  • Is the company insured against accidents happening to their staff?
  • Is the company environmentally conscious?
  • Is the company registered with the appropriate authorized travel associations?
  • Does the Company have its own Bank account with a reputable bank?

We at World Tour Plan offer you with secure travel arrangements and are committed to make your holiday safe and enjoyable.



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