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The Land of the Thunder Dragon-Bhutan curls up in the mountainous regions of the Eastern Himalayas and is one of South Asia’s cleanest nations. A remote country that still adheres to its Buddhist traditions but welcomes modernization, Bhutan is a land of monasteries, traditional architecture, spectacular valleys, ice-clad views of the mountains, and lush greenery. The country being Landlocked enjoys substantial tourist migration from its neighbors Tibet and India. Following conventional Buddhist culture, Bhutan practices Tantric Buddhism as the state religion and embraces Vajrayana Buddhism. It has a proud history and is considered never to have been defeated.

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Bhutan is also colloquially known as the ‘Land of Thunder Dragon,’ a sovereign nation in South Asia. It is a sparsely populated nation located in the Eastern Himalayas, surrounded to the north by the People’s Republic of China, with India to the south, east, and west. The land mainly consists of high and steep mountains ringed by a network of swift rivers creating deep valleys. The country has the highest unclimbed mountain in the world at 24,836 feet, called Gangkhar Puensum.An interesting fact about Bhutan – the country’s general happiness is
assessed by the ‘Gross National Happiness’ index, demonstrated by its four pillars – economic growth, good governance, cultural preservation, and conservation of the environment. According to a Business Week report, they also consistently ranked as the happiest country in Asia and the eighth-happiest country in the world.

Best Time to Visit Bhutan Trip

Bhutan is one of the seasonally blessed nations. You will find distinct summer, winter, spring, and fall months, making Bhutan’s climate mystical and a great destination for the whole year. Perfect for traveling in any season, Bhutan offers visitors something unique, depending on their time of arrival. During the spring months of March to May, the best time to visit Bhutan is when the valleys come alive with blooming flowers. Whether it’s bright
skies and glimpses of the Himalayan peaks in its festivals or celebrations, thriving Himalayan flora and fauna, or simply stunning snowfall.Bhutan ensures that you have a wonderful time amid nature and all its magnificent children and that you take home a memory that you will keep for life. Because of the rains, June to August is considered the low season which makes trekking less a choice.

In the northern regions of Bhutan there is a permanent cold and frosty climate with snowcapped peaks and mountains, the central region fluctuates between dry summers and cool winters and southern Bhutan, experiencing a subtropical climate with warm and humid climatic conditions that remain constant throughout the year.Bhutan also sees visitors from all around the world for various reasons at different times of the year. Bhutan is a temporary home for tourists and travelers, welcoming them with great zeal of compassion, from those who want to learn more about Buddhism and monasteries and those who just want to rest on the lap of the Himalayas to those fleeing the European summers and winters. And no matter when you arrive at home, you’re still at the right time to call Bhutan.

Bhutan Tour Package
Bhutan Tour Package

How to Reach Bhutan

By Air-
The fastest way to get to Bhutan is by plane. Bhutan’s only international airport is in Paro, and it’s named Paro International Airport. It’s approximately 7 km from town. It has connecting flights from different cities, including Mumbai and Guwahati. Direct flights from Kolkata, Bagdogra International Airport and Delhi to Bhutan can be found there.You can also make a direct flight to Bhutan from Nepal. Paro itself is surrounded by mountains, at an altitude of 7300 meters above sea level. It can be quite a breathtaking and unforgettable experience to descend into Paro to land as mountain tops are so close by. Gelephu Airport, Yonphulla Airport, and Bathpalanthag Airport are the domestic airports within Butan.

Yonphulla and Bathpalanthag stopped operations late on though. The national air carrier for Bhutan is Druk Air and Bhutan Airlines. Druk Air operates daily flights to Kolkata, Delhi, Dhaka, Kathmandu, and Bangkok, from Paro.Indians do not need a visa to travel to Bhutan even though they need a valid Indian passport or a Voter Identification Card and an Immigration Permit from Phuentsholing Royal Government of Bhutan. It is on the IndoBhutan frontier across from Jaigaon, West Bengal. Travelers can only visit Paro and Thimphu with this entry permit though. If you wish to visit other areas, then the Royal Government of Bhutan Immigration Office in Thimphu must obtain a special area permit.

By road-
Traveling by car to Bhutan is a common way to get to Bhutan particularly for those who love to go on road trips. India has three border points-Jaigaon-Phuentsholing Road, Gelephu and Jongkhar Samdrup. Phuentsholing is the preferred choice for those who attempt to get to Bhutan by road. It is in West Bengal from Bagdogra about 170 kms away. It’s easily
accessible and you can even stop by bus from Kolkata to Bhutan before heading to Bhutan. There are direct buses that will take you straight to Phuentsholing from Esplanade Station in Kolkata.
You can rent private taxis from various locations such as Bagdogra Airport or Siliguri stand, and the tariffs can be between 2000 and 3000 INR. Phuentsholing is on the border side of Bhutan and the ride to Thimpu can be about 5 to 6 hours once you get there. The trip is very scenic as you visit different subtropical areas or even the alpine ranges. A road trip can be quite an exhilarating way to reach Bhutan for those who love the thought of the journey is as important as the destination.

By Rail-
It is not possible to get to Bhutan by train but tourists can get to stations such as Siliguri, Hasimara, New Alipurduar, etc. and then take a taxi or bus to get to Bhutan. Hasimara lies just 17 km from Phuentsholing.

3 Most popular Places to Visit in Bhutan

1.Paro

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Paro is a small town tucked away in Bhutan's Paro Valley. It is one of Bhutan's most productive and historic valley which is the widest in the Kingdom. The Paro Airport is Bhutan's largest international airport and has been one of the top destinations for frequent tourist visits. It's considered to be the airport with the most obstacles to land on.Paro is filled with captivating landscapes with traditionally constructed houses as well as paddy fields. One of Bhutan's famous monasteries- The Tiger's nest, or the Taktsang, is situated in Paro above a mountain.Paro is both the district's name and a locality within the area. The town is considered to be located at an elevation of around 2280 meters on the banks of the river Paro Chu, and is spread over an area of 1259 sq.m. The Paro Chhu River is Paro's lifeline, adding a bit of glory to it. Paro city was built in the year 1985, now consisting of colorfully decorated shops lined across the street. Paro has been significantly changed dramatically, and that is one of the main factors for the rise in tourist interest.

2.Thimphu

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The city of Thimphu, an hour’s drive away from Paro International Airport, is a combination of tradition and innovation. Frequently recognized as the only city which has no traffic lights built. One of its highlights is the social scene in Thimphu too. Thimphu still retains the Bhutanese traditions, however, as it hosts numerous architectural structures, such as the Buddha Dordenma, which denotes your entry to Thimphu. Initially pronounced as 'Thimbu,' the city with internet cafes, restaurants and pubs is regarded as the most urban place in Bhutan.

3.Punakha

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The Dubai Aquarium & Underwater Zoo is a stroll-through aquarium where over 33,000 aquatic animals reside. It houses 140 species of marine animals including more than 300 Sharks and Rays as well as the world's leading collection of Sand Tiger Sharks. Located on Level Two above the Aquarium tank, Underwater Zoo takes you through three ecological zones: Rainforest, Rocky Shore, and Living Ocean. Visitors will fascinate by the impressive collection of animals with 40 different shelters displaying a wide range of animal life including Otters, Piranha, Humbolt Penguins, African Dwarf Crocodiles, Lionfish, The King Croc, and the UAE Night Monsters are only a couple of the other attractions in the zoo

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5 Nights /6 days Bhutan Tour Package ex paro
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The city of Thimphu, an hour’s drive away from Paro International Airport, is a combination of tradition and innovation. Frequently recognized as the only city which has no traffic lights built. One of its highlights is the social scene in Thimphu too. Thimphu still retains the Bhutanese traditions, however, as it hosts numerous architectural structures, such as the Buddha Dordenma, which denotes your entry to Thimphu. Initially pronounced as 'Thimbu,' the city with internet cafes, restaurants and pubs is regarded as the most urban place in Bhutan.

7 Nights /8 days Bhutan Tour Package Ex bagdogra
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The city of Thimphu, an hour’s drive away from Paro International Airport, is a combination of tradition and innovation. Frequently recognized as the only city which has no traffic lights built. One of its highlights is the social scene in Thimphu too. Thimphu still retains the Bhutanese traditions, however, as it hosts numerous architectural structures, such as the Buddha Dordenma, which denotes your entry to Thimphu. Initially pronounced as 'Thimbu,' the city with internet cafes, restaurants and pubs is regarded as the most urban place in Bhutan.

7 Nights /8 days Bhutan Group Tour
Bhutan Tour Package

The city of Thimphu, an hour’s drive away from Paro International Airport, is a combination of tradition and innovation. Frequently recognized as the only city which has no traffic lights built. One of its highlights is the social scene in Thimphu too. Thimphu still retains the Bhutanese traditions, however, as it hosts numerous architectural structures, such as the Buddha Dordenma, which denotes your entry to Thimphu. Initially pronounced as 'Thimbu,' the city with internet cafes, restaurants and pubs is regarded as the most urban place in Bhutan.