Bhutan Tourism

Country: Bhutan

Top Places to Visit: Thimphu, Paro, Punakha, Trongsa, Punakha, Bumthang, Phuentsholing, Gangtey Valley

Ideal Trip Duration: 5-6 Full Days

Top Attraction : Buddha Poin, The Memorial Chorten, Taktsang Goemba, Trongsa Dzong , The Memorial Chorten, Wangditse Monastery, Paro Dzong

Best Time to Visit : March to May and September to November

Peak Season: March to May



Bhutan is mountain Kingdom and also referred “The Land of the Thunder Dragon” and it is between two big countries Indian and China. Bhutan has rich and diverse culture. Its surprised to know that Bhutan has travelled ban till 1994 but now it’s one of the favourite destination for all the world travellers due to its unique architecture,greenery,scenic beauty, traditional clothing, Highest unclimbed mountains, Museums & Monuments, Mountain Trekking, “Hot” cuisine.

Bhutan one of the happiest country in world as they measure the country well being by GNH (Gross National Happiness) or people often name it “The Last Shangri-la”Bhutan is the only one country in the world that there is no crime, no theft, no killing, and no drugs.Ngultrum is the currency of Bhutan which is equal to Indian rupees even the Indian Rupees is also allowed in Bhutan. Bhutan is one of the favourite destinations for Indians due to hassle free entry to Bhutan as one of the country where the passports and Visa is not mandatory (for Indian passport holders) as got the entry on permit basis on arrival.Bhutan is also famous for the hospitality and services.

Best time to Visit Bhutan

Bhutan is one of loveliest place to visit for the nature lover and it will be ok to travel thought the year but we would suggest you the best time to visit as-Winter-During winter November to March and Summers April to June are pleasant time to visit as the air is clear and fresh with sunny skies.One should avoid travelling during the rainy season (July to September)

How to Reach Bhutan

By Road - To those of you planning to travel by Road then they have to reach either NJP /Alipurduar railway station or Bagdogra airport. And you can get the taxi from Bagdogra/NJP/Alipurduar to Phuentsholing and our packages also provide the pickup and drop from Bagdogra/NJP/Alipurduar.

By Train - To those of you planning to travel by train then Alipurduar is the nearest railhead linked by regular trains to Delhi. You can take the Rajdhani/Shatabdi/North East express and other Expresses, which runs through Alipurduar from New Delhi Railway Station.

By Air -

Direct Flight to Bhutan:-There is direct flight to Bhutan (Paro the only airport in Bhutan) form Delhi/Calcutta/Bagdogra. The flight operators are Drunk Air/Royal Bhutan Airlines. That route is costlier due to high price of air ticket as less of flight operations.

Flight till Bagdogra and then by road:- This is most preferred and cost effective route for Indian to fly till Bagdogra is well connected with all major cities of India and then start the trip by road through Phuentsholing (border city of Bhutan) is around 160 Kms from Bagdogra. And you can get the taxi from Bagdogra to Phuentsholing and our packages also provide the pickup and drop from Bagdogra.