To ensure hassle-free Air Ticketing Agent in Bhutan, we do all the bookings for our guests.
Bhutan’s National Air Carrier, Druk Air operates regular flights to/from Delhi, Kolkatta, Bagdogra, Guwahati, Bodh Gaya, Mumbai (India), Bangkok (Thailand), Kathmandu (Nepal), Dhaka (Bangladesh), and Singapore.
From 10th Oct 2013, another local carrier Bhutan Airlines, flights to/from Bangkok, Delhi, Kathmandu, and Bodh Gaya.
This little country in the Himalayas is flanked by Burma, Bangladesh, and Nepal, and was totally cut off from visitors until the 1970s. In the years since Bhutan has only slowly allowed an increasing number of visitors—Indeed, electricity, coffee shops, and Wi-Fi are only recent arrivals in many parts of the country. Bottom line: you can’t just spontaneously travel to Bhutan, or most people visit Bhutan using a tour company, or at least a private guide that can help facilitate your visa.
Either way, in Bhutan you’ll experience the only Vajrayana Buddhist nation on the planet, but you’ll also find a magnificently rugged terrain, beautiful monasteries, some excellent luxury hotels, and best of all, a pretty tranquil atmosphere.
• dishes made with the local chilies
• Stroll the quaint town of Paro
• Toast your stay with ara (a rice liquor) or local Red Panda beer
• See Taktsang Goemba, Bhutan’s most famous monastery
Kingdom offers a wide variety of climates, in part thanks to the terrain: The higher the altitude, the cooler the weather. In general, the southern part of Bhutan is warm, and the eastern part of the country gets hotter than the central valleys. The peaks of the Bhutan travel season are in fall and spring since winter can get quite cold (and snow can restrict certain mountain passes) and summer brings heat and monsoons.