As we have mentioned the things that you need to pack before the Bhutan tour are mentioned below.

Some Packing advice for the Bhutan tour

  • Always leave your jewelry items at home for your own safety.
  • This packing list during the time of the trip, is just a recommended guideline for your reference. Everything is optional for you to choose from.
  • Print all the required information for your reservation of the destination inside your checked baggage for the identity of the individual while traveling to Bhutan.

Clothing items

Always be careful about the clothing items that are required for your for travel. Your clothing must be breathable, lightweight, hand-washable, and also quick drying that is preferably noncotton and moisture-wicking.

  • Long-sleeved shirts
  • Shorts, mid-thigh or longer
  • Sun hat with a brim and chin strap
  • Shorts, mid-thigh or longer
  • Rain jacket and/ or rain poncho
  • Undergarments
  • Sweater, jacket, windbreaker
  • Short-sleeved shirts
  • Long pants (zip-off pants are very useful)
  • Bandana (for dust, washing, etc.)


The activities that are daily during your trip, you may get rid of the muddy slippery road which would make your shoes dirty. There is a chance of uneven streets during your journey. Light sandals are not that much good for you regular hikes and tours in the various destinations mostly hills. It may be more painful and cannot even walk for a longer time.

Sandals, Tennis shoes, dressy shoes, and/or flip-flops
Comfortable, breathable socks
Sturdy, comfortable walking shoes, closed-toe, preferably waterproof


  • Waterproof plastic bags for organizing gear and dirty clothing (Ziplocs and garbage bags work)
  • Money belt, security pouch, document organizer
  • Suitcase or duffel (check weight restrictions for internal flights)
  • Packing cube, compression bag, stuff sacks, clear toiletry bag for airplane
  • Day pack for daily activities and easy access (rain cover is nice)


Always bring your required electronics and put it in the sealed proofed baggage that is protected by the water. Put double baggage if that is also possible. Remember about the time and schedule and date and time of your camera.

Lens cleaning cloth
– GoPro, memory disks, batteries, charger/power cord
– Calculator (for currency conversion)
– Camera, lenses, memory disks, batteries, charger/power cord
– Watch/Alarm clock
– Electricity converter/adapter
– Video camera, memory disks, batteries, charger/power cord
– Cell phone, power cord, battery backup, headphones
– Tripod (travel size)
– Headlamp or flashlight, extra batteries


– Shampoo, conditioner, hair gel
– Deodorant
– Hand sanitizer
– Lotion (Badger foot balm is also helpful)
– Toothbrush, toothpaste, floss
– Small towel and washcloth
– Lip balm with sunscreen
– Toilet paper
– Sunscreen
– Insect repellent
– Moist towelettes (handi-wipes)
– Nail clippers, nail file, nail brush
– Cosmetics
– Facial tissue
– Q-tips
– Feminine products
– Soap
– Shaving supplies
– Hairbrush, comb, mirror, hair ties
– Sewing kit

First Aid

You really only need one first aid kit in your travel group, so coordinate with your travel companions.

– Ibuprofen, Acetaminophen, Aspirin
– Vitamins
– Antihistamines
– Diarrhea medicine (Imodium AD or similar)
– Ace bandage
– Malaria pills (if necessary)
– Antibiotics (talk to a doctor)
– Disinfectant, antiseptic cream, antibiotic ointment
– Melatonin, Acetazolamide, or other sleep aid
– Gauze bandages and tape
– Prescription drugs
– Throat lozenges
– Band-aids/plasters


– Airline tickets, e-tickets (make sure the name on the ticket matches the name on the passport)
– Visas for all countries as necessary
– Copy of AWR travel itinerary
– Business cards
– Document organizer
– Passport (make sure it is valid 6 months after your trip)
– Address book
– Make copies of passports, visas, driver’s licenses, airline tickets/schedules, travel itineraries, credit cards (front and back), traveler’s checks’ numbers, frequent flyer numbers, travel insurance, and emergency contact information. Leave a copy with someone at home and put a copy in a travel companion’s luggage and email them to yourself (or store in the Cloud). Put copies of your travel itinerary in each checked bag.
– Medical insurance card


– Binoculars
– Notebook, lots of pens
– Energy bars, hard candy, snacks, and comfort foods
– Duct tape (can be wrapped around water bottle)
– Matches or lighter
– Small umbrella, particularly useful in the rainy season or even for sunshade
– Salt, pepper for bland food, flavoring for coffee
– Gifts for guides and local children
– Guide books, maps, language books
– Eyeglasses, contacts/case/solution
– Cash, traveler’s checks, credit cards (including some small bills, U.S. dollars must be newer than 2006 with no tears)
– Books, playing cards, games, crossword puzzles, frisbee, football, kite
– Pocket knife
– Cash, traveler’s checks, credit cards (including some small bills, U.S. dollars must be newer than 2002)
– Guide books, maps, language books
– Small umbrella, particularly useful in the rainy season
– Banner/flag/sentimental item to hold up in an important place, Santa hats for your holiday photo
– Salt, pepper for bland food, flavoring for coffee
– Gifts for guides and local children
– Water bottles and/or Camelbak
– Sunglasses, straps
– Steripen, water filter, or purification tablets
– Bottled water is also available for purchase at hotels and stores

Packing for the flight

– Snacks
– Toiletries (3 ounces/container, 1-quart clear bag)
– Eyeshades, earplugs
– U-shaped neck pillow
– Water bottle (empty through security)
– Cell phone, headphones
– Melatonin or other sleep aid
– Kleenex, wet wipes
– Passport, flight e-tickets, AWR travel itinerary
– Books, magazines, e-readers, cards, games

This is the packing gear list that should be very important for you traveling to various countries Like Tibet  Nepal. As it is mentioned above about the kits, clothing footwear you can a, so descend some items as you like during travel. Always be sure that you don’t have to forget you papers and documents like a visa passport during your trip.