Bhutan's Reopening at Long Last May Be Spoiled by Higher Tourist Fee
You know travel is back when even the most-cautious country announces a no-quarantine reopening, even if it is three months down the line in September. But not before making it amply clear it wants to concentrate on quality tourists, rather than attracting droves to the destination. Peden Doma Bhutia
Bhutan will finally reopen its borders without quarantine to tourists from September 23. However, foreign tourists coming into the landlocked South Asian country will now have to shell out a hiked sustainable development fee — $200 per person per night, compared to the earlier $65.