Vehicles used for tourism in Bhutan are primarily Japanese and Korean makes. The biggest used is the Toyota Coaster coach minibus. In addition, the Toyota Prado and other similar sport utility vehicles are used, and in these the passengers will get nice and cozy. Whether traveling in a small or large group in Bhutan, it is acceptable for passengers to ask the driver to pull aside so they can take pictures. The drivers and guides will be happy to do this for you as much as possible, and they will even give you a big smile in your pictures. In roads that go through mountains and other rough terrain, the road speed limit is around 30 km/h for cars and even lower for buses. This might seem slow, but it does give you the chance to enjoy the unprecedented beauty around you, experiencing the country's white peaks, verdant valleys, rolling countryside, clear rivers, and cozy little villages.
Hotels in Bhutan are generally divided into three classifications:
5 star luxury hotels. These are lavishly designed and provide the maximum in comfort. There are few in the country, and the price may be $600 or more per night.
3-4 star hotels. Most foreign tourists of Bhutan choose to stay in these.
Under 3 star hotels. These are cheap, but they are not recommended for most visitors from the US; they are geared more for tourists from Indian, Bhutan, and Nepal.
Hotels in Bhutan can be smaller than what you have seen before, but do not worry; the rooms are relatively large and are filled with the things you need. They are well constructed and built in a way so as to give you a good view of the surrounding scenery. Some hotels in Bhutan provide a breakfast, and the quality is usually very good. Common sights at breakfast include black tea, bread, and milk.