Bhutan

Explore Bhutan

The picturesque mountain and shadowy forests adorn this land of Thunderbolt. It is home to a remarkable variety of ecosystems. Bhutan is a magical realm enriched with majestic fortresses, cultures, and serene landscapes. The graffiti on the walls designed to drive away the evil make the country a unique place to visit. A tour to Bhutan is all about serenity and delight. The country with an elevation of 38,394 km² is located on the southern foothills of the Himalayas. This small country is characterized by steep mountains and deep valleys. The tranquil environment speaks volumes of stories about the myths and legends of this unique country.

How to Reach

By Flight

Fly directly to Paro International Airport, Bhutan from Kolkata, Bagdogra International Airport, and Delhi. The airport is almost 7 km away from the city.

By Train

There is no direct access to Bhutan via railway. Visitors can board a train to NJP and finally enter Phuentsholing via Jaigaon by road.

By Road

You have to pass through three border points to reach Bhutan by road. Take a car, or auto-rickshaw to reach Phuentsholing, and then you can proceed onwards after getting your permit.

Best Time to Visit

The month of March to May is the most favorable time to visit Bhutan. However, tourist prefers to visit Bhutan in any month. You can go through the season break-up chart for more details.

Summer

Summer begins in Bhutan in June and last till August. The month is excellent to conduct all outdoor activities and sightseeing.

Monsoon

Bhutan witnesses mild monsoons from June to August, especially during the afternoons. However, Bhutan doesn’t get heavy rainfall or heavy monsoon.

Winter

The winter month in Bhutan ranges between December to February.  It gets colder in the season of January until the spring arrives in February.

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Stunning Places to Visit in Bhutan


Mount Chomolhari
Mount Chomolhari

Also known as Jomolhari, this beautiful mountain in the Himalayas, is included among the tourist spots for its treks. Tibetan Buddhists believe this mountain to be an abode of one of the Five Tsheringma Sisters. The spectacular view of Mount Jomolhari from this peak makes it popular among trekkers.

Jigme Dorji National Park
Jigme Dorji National Park

The Jigme Dorji National Park in Thimpu, Bhutan shelters Takin, the national animal, Blue Poppy, the national flower, Raven, the national bird, and Cypress the national tree. This vegetation here flourishes in perfect unity. It is also home to 5 reptiles, 39 butterfly species, and over 300 varieties of plants with medicinal value. The alpine meadows, the medicinal baths, and the hot springs perfectly complement the chilly climate and make it worth visiting.

Thimpu
Thimpu

It’s an intriguing destination and is the capital of Bhutan. The destination is surrounded by the beautiful view of emerald forests and offers views of astonishing Himalayan sites. Today, the city is a major tourist spot to explore distinct Bhutanese cuisines, lifestyles, and cultures.

Punakha
Punakha

Punakha is a breathtaking destination located in Bhutan and is mostly visited by adventure seekers. The Himalayan town hosts traditional music and masked dances during Punakha Tshechu, one of the religious festivals of Bhutan.

Trongsa
Trongsa

It’s a major tourist spot located in central Bhutan and is surrounded by lush flora. Bumthang, Gelephu, and Punakha being the connecting road to Trongsa become the most visited tourist spot in Bhutan. A popular tourist spot located in Trongsa is the Trongsa Dzong.

Bumthang
Bumthang

The term Bumthang means a Beautiful field and it truly justifies the meaning.  Breadth the fresh mountain breeze and visit the spectacular destination. The land is also called the spiritual heartland of Bhutan. This destination is surrounded by Buddhist monasteries and ancient temples, therefore it attracts several travelers and history lovers.

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