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Bhutan is small landlocked country sandwiched between the two asian super powers india and china. Bhutan shares its northern border with china which is inaccessible because of high mountains and difficult passes covered in snow most of the time. In the south Bhutan shares its border with Indian state of Assam and West Bengal.

Presently Bhutan is made accessible through both air and land. With economical development happening in the country many points of entry has been opened up for travelers.

Travel by land

Bhutan shares its vast majority of border with india but only three entry points are opened for the guest.

Phuntsholing

The town of phuntsholing is the commercial hub of Bhutan. It is located about 170Km east of Indian national airport at Bagdogra. Travelers can get a cab from Bagdogra to phuntsholing, Our travel agency is well connected and can arrange any vehicle for your transportation. Your journey to Thimphu the capital city of Bhutan would take about 6 hours drive from phuntsholing.

Gelephu

Gelephu is located in the south-central region of Bhutan. It is yet another entry point for the travels. Guest journeying towards Thimphu would have to cross three districts covering approximately 250kms. The travel time between Gelephu and Thimphu is about ten hours throughout which you can enjoy beautiful scenery of sub-tropical area.

Samdrup jongkhar

Samdrup jongkhar is located in the south-eastern region of Bhutan and it shares it border with Assam. It is about three hour’s journey from Guwhati the capital city of Assam. Travelers desiring to visit whole of Bhutan are recommended to enter from there. Guest upon entering would be taken for a trip through five districts of Bhutan before reaching Thimphu.

Travel by air

Paro is the only international airport in Bhutan. It is located at the height of 2,225m from sea level and is surrounded by mountains as high as 4,876m. There are two airlines operating from Bhutan namely Drukair and Bhutan airlines.

We have flight destination from Bangkok, Delhi, Kolkata, Bagdogra, Bodg Gaya, Dhaka, Kathmandu, Guwahati, Singapore and Mumbai. Domestic air service is available from Yonphula, Bumtang and Gelephu.

If you are traveling from Delhi it is recommended that you take flight to Paro vie Kathmandu as you would be able to enjoy the view of Himalayan Mountains which stands among the highest in the world.

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