Nepal Trekkings

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Access to Bhutan

Getting Here:
Druk Air flies between Paro and Kathmandu (and on to Delhi) on Mondays and Thursdays.
The land border between Bhutan and India at Phuentsholing is open.
To Kathmandu: Thai flies daily between Kathmandu and Bangkok with connections throughout the world.
From Europe there are daily flights via the Middle East on Emirates, Gulf Air and Qatar Airways as well as connections via Delhi on Lufthansa and KLM.
There are daily flights from Delhi on Indian Airways and RNAC.
RNAC has twice weekly flights to Osaka via Shanghai and to Hong Kong.
China Eastern Airways is  operating between Beijing and Shanghai and Kathmandu.

Money & Currency Exchange
In Bhutan the currency is the Ngultrum (BTN)
It is best to bring a mixture of cash and travelers checks in major currencies - USD, CAD, EUR, AUD - and ensure you have a mixture of large and small denominations.

All meals are included in Bhutan so money is only needed for personal expenses such as drinks, laundry and shopping. Shopping is difficult to predict, but most people buy more than they intended.

Most major currencies can be changed into Nepalese Rupees (NPR) at Kathmandu Airport and at Bank and Exchange Counters throughout the city. Credit card cash advances and ATM withdrawals are in NPR only.

Major currencies can be exchanged for Bhutanese Ngultrum on arrival at Paro Airport, at large hotels and at banks in Thimphu. Credit cards are accepted by large hotels and major handicraft emporiums, but incur a service charge.

ATM withdrawals and Credit card cash advances are not available. It is possible to exchange excess BTN into USD on departure on production of the original exchange receipts. You cannot exchange BTN outside Bhutan.