Do you recommend travelers receive rabies vaccine?
Answer – US CDC (Center for Disease Control and Prevention) recommends Rabies Vaccine for those visiting Bhutan, India, Nepal, Tibet and many other countries not covered by our travels. Chances of coming in close contacts with animals are high and exposure to stray dogs are particularly high in Bhutan. Although the odds of being bitten are low but not zero and so for the peace of mind, it best to get pre-immunization rabies vaccine. However on the plus side, Rabies vaccination is available readily in almost every clinics and health centers in Bhutan and Bhutanese and tourists can avail for free if bitten.
- Anand Thapa asked 3 years ago
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Good afternoon,I’ve be very grateful if you can please provide a quote for the Glimpses of Bhutan (6 days) and Window to Bhutan tours for two people at any point during Oct/Nov/Dec. We would like to time our tour with any festivals taking place so grateful if you can advise if any are taking place during those months.Are these tours available as groups and private travel? Please do provide costs for both.Best,Alicia
- Alicia asked 4 years ago
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Do you think I should bring some medicines with me when I come to Nepal?
When I pay the remainder of the money on arrival in Kathmandu, how do you take that money? US cash or credit card?