Getting to Bhutan
There is only one international airport in Bhutan - Paro. Bhutan is well connected with India, Nepal and Bangkok. Once in Bhutan, we use comfortable four wheel drive vehicles to travel between destinations.
Shuttle / Charter Flights
Guided tours and groups
We tailor make tours hosted by excellent local guides - including foreign-language speakers - and we have many years’ experience in designing and managing tours for larger groups. (Both special-interest groups and tour series).
Trains and Coaches
In south Asia we do not encourage or recommend self drive.
What To Remember When Travelling Around Bhutan
All visitors coming to Bhutan will have to fly in with Druk Airline which is their national carrier and the only airline with good international connectivity. Bhutan is connected from Delhi and Kolkata in India, from Kathmandu in Nepal and from Bangkok in Thailand.
While there is a domestic air operation between Paro Airport and Bumthang in Central Bhutan, operating 3 days a week.
Travel by road is the more common and efficient mode of transport. We do not recommended self drive, as traffic and narrow roads can be very daunting for first time travelers to South Asia. In Bhutan public transport system is not evolved or suited for travelers hence we do not recommend it for our foreign travelers.
The historical town of Paro lies at the centre of a valley rich in sacred sites and ancient buildings and forms part of the Golden Triangle.
The capital of the tiny Himalayan kingdom of Bhutan, Thimpu is a stronghold of traditional Bhutanese art, architecture and culture.
The Gangtey Valley is one of the most beautiful spots in Bhutan. The Winter home to Black Necked Cranes that arrive every from the Tibetan Plateau.
This region that spans from 2,600-4,500m is the religious heartland of the nation and home to some of its oldest Buddhist temples and monasteries.