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How Can i Pay for My Tour?

The tourism council of Bhutan will issue the Bhutan visa to Traveler's only when you wire transfer 100% tour cost in advance. Tourism council of Bhutan will hold the tour payment and then they will release the tour cost to our account deducting the Royalty and taxes only when you have left Bhutan.

The ways of paying the tour Cost:

1. Please deposit the 100% tour payment to our USD Bank accounts by wire transfer after you confirm the tour package.
2. Please email or fax us the Bank telegraphic transfer receipt copy.

To wire transfer the Tour payment to Bhutan National Bank, from any Place outside Bhutan, Please request your Bank to remit money through Bhutan National Bank Ltd. Click to view your correspondent bank details.


Ultimate Beneficiary details :

Account No: 0000069080011
Account Holder’s Name: World Tour Plan
Account Holder’s CID: 20211000051
Address : World Tour Plan, Post Box No. 1636, Thimphu, Bhutan.

Contact Info

We are avaible 24 X 7 hours a week, do contact us if you need any assistant for planning your holiday to Bhutan.

Address
World Tour Plan
P.O Box 2032
Thimphu Bhutan

Email
info@worldtourplan.com

Phone
Mobile: +975 -177-892-78

Online Support
Skype: worldtourplan
Facebook: www.facebook.com/worldtourplan
Twitter: @worldtourplan

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