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Getting into Bhutan

By Air : The best and quick way to get into Bhutan is by flight. Druk air and Bhutan Airlines , Bhutan's two air transport service that flies into Paro, from Thaliland (Bangkok), India (New Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Bagdogra and Guwahati), Nepal (Kathmandu), Singapore and Bangladesh (Dhaka).

No Service charge, we will be happy to reserve your seats and do airline ticketing for you.

By Land: Phuentsholing, Bhutan ’s largest commercial town, bordered with Jaigaon, West Bengal is the entry and exit point for those who wish to extend their tour in Sikkim, Kalimpong and Darjeeling.  The nearest airport , Bagdogra, in the state of West Bengal is approximately 4 hours drive from Phuentsholing.

Samdrup Jongkhar is another entry/exit point in the east. It take about 3 hours drive from Guwahati, Indian State of Assam. Gelephu in the central south is also entry/exit point which  takes about 7 hours drive from  Guwahati, Assam.

Bhutan as Tourist destination
Bhutan has beautiful landscape, located in the foothills of great Himalayas, with 72.5% of forest coverage, having wonderful people, peaceful country, great place for hikes, walks, trekking, biking, river rafting, cultural heritage, arts and architecture, unique custom and tradition, rich flora and fauna, colourful festivals makes one of the best place in the world to visit for family holidays, honeymoon and for various outdoor activities in the Himalayas.  

Bhutan visa
Full Board Package Tour includes organizing tourist visa, royalty, all taxes, ground services like all meals, hotels and transportation, guide & museum fees. This policy is strictly monitored by Tourism Council of Bhutan . Tourist visa is issued through licensed tour operators like Heavenly Bhutan Travels . A clear valid passport scanned copy is good enough to obtain tourist visa. We do not take more than a week to get your visa for your prescribed duration.

How to book the Trip to Bhutan
We sincerely advise you to book your trip as early as possible as we have limited good hotels with very few rooms which gets packed so quickly. Therefore sending your detail information like duration of your visit, places you would like to include if any, interest on Bhutan , flight sector that you wish to fly in/out and stating the number of people in a group will help our travel experts to provide you best customized itinerary and cost in single mail without having to write emails to/from. Book Your Trip.

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