To secure your participation, please pay the following deposit by 20th August 2019:
To participate, please pay the remaining balance payment by 1st January 2020:
You are responsible for paying any bank transfer fees your bank charges in addition to the above price. Please communicate this to your bank so they do not reduce the above amounts during transfer.
For this travel Special Cancellation Conditions apply which are different from the General Cancellation Conditions contained in BLZ Travels cancellation policy. These Special Cancellation Conditions apply to every booking – independent of whether any payments have been made.
In case of a cancellation of your booking, a cancellation fee will be charged as specified below. In case any payments have already been made before the cancellation, the paid amount will be reimbursed less the applying cancellation fee.
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Bhutan has a fairly formal dress code for both Bhutanese and visitors. For men, a shirt with a collar, preferably long sleeves, and long trousers are required to enter a temple or monastery. For women to enter monasteries and temples, a long skirt (covering to the ankle) or trousers are required and a shirt with long or short sleeves. Bare shoulders and bare legs are not permitted in temples or monasteries (f. ex. do not wear tank tops, spaghetti straps, shorts, or skirts above the ankle). One set of slightly nice clothes is good for hotel dinners. Remember to dress in layers as temperatures vary a lot during the day, especially in spring and summer. A compact umbrella or rain jacket is useful any time of the year. We recommend you wear slip-on shoes, as you’ll need to take them off at every temple or monastery.
Additional information regarding dress:
For women, we can arrange for you to buy traditional Bhutanese skirts, which are very easy to wear, and it would look even more respectful and elegant while visiting monasteries and fortresses. A simple cotton skirt would cost between € 15 – € 30.