On 23 January 2024, the Department of Tourism (DOT) Bhutan announced a new initiative to support the Meetings, Incentives, Conferences, and Exhibitions (MICE) sector. Organisers of MICE events are now eligible to apply for a waiver of Bhutan’s daily Sustainable Development Fee (SDF), a move designed to bolster one of the most significant revenue streams of the tourism sector.
Find out more about Bhutan Sustainable Development Fee (SDF).
We have a wide network in Bhutan to offer solutions and cater to your MICE needs.
There will be a dedicated coordinator to assist you from end-to-end and be on ground to ensure the success of your MICE.
Organising a MICE event with us will be a hassle-free experience. Aside from the official events, we’ll also arrange for activities for you to discover the beauty of the Kingdom. Afterall, all work and no play, makes Jack a dull boy.
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“I was excited to finally go to Bhutan, but could never have imagined just how wonderful the trip would be. From the breathtaking vistas, to the contemplative temples, our journey was filled with natural and spiritual beauty. And oh the wonderful people we met! All our gratitude to Druk Asia and to Khedrupchen Rinpoche for the intimate hospitality.”
“Visiting Bhutan had been on my bucket list for as long as I can remember. But taking this trip with 1880 exceeded everything I could have imagined. The Bhutanese people with their hospitality, humor, and happiness will be my friends forever. And the spirituality and serenity of the monasteries and mountains will be something that I’ll keep with me always. I can’t wait till I can visit again!”
“I went to Bhutan to get some new perspectives on life and for spiritual clarity as I turned 40 years old. I got that, as well as some amazing memories and friendships!”
“Bhutan spoke to my soul. It gave me an alternative view to how life can be lived. Sustainable. Conscious. Still human with struggles but more compassionate. What struck me most was the stillness and contemplation that seemed to be in the air”