Bhutan does not have any direct flights from USA, Canada and European nations. In the event that you wish to venture out to Bhutan from USA, Canada or any European countries, you need to travel to Delhi/Kolkotta in India or Kathmandu in Nepal or Singapore or Bangkok to interface your trip into Bhutan.
Direct flights to Bhutan:
On a direct flight, it takes about 2 hours and 20 minutes to reach Bhutan from Delhi.
It takes about an hour to reach Paro airport from Kolkata.
It takes approximately 1 hour and 20 minutes to reach Bhutan from Guwahati including transfers. But the quickest flight to Bhutan from Guwahati is the direct flight which takes about 50 minutes to reach the Paro Airport.
It takes just 1 hour to fly to Paro from Bagdogra by flight. You can take a direct flight to Paro from Bagdogra airport.Less
As we land at the Paro air terminal, we will be received by our guide and will provide us with all the important and necessary assistance to finish all the immigration and customs formalities.
After leaving the terminal, we will head to Thimphu. On the way visit Tamchog Lhakhang across the river and head towards thimphu.
After lunch your tour begins with visit to largest Standing Buudha Statue over looking thimpohu valley. You can see many locals here for puja. After the sights you shall visit the Thimphu twon. Thimphu is capital city of Bhutan with just over 50000 population.
The day begins with visit to Dochula pass towards Punakha. On a clear day you shall see the most amazing view of Snowcapped Himalayas. Return bak to thimphu. Visit the national memorial chorten built in honor of 3rd King of Bhutan. Visit Textile museam the most beautifull museam in the country that showcase the dress of royals starting from the first King of Bhutan. Visit the largest standing Bhudha Statue over looking thimphu valley. In the evening you will drive back to Paro.
This temple picture is most probably the famouse picture you see all over internet when you look for Bhutan Trip. Without visiting Tiger Nest temple your tour in Bhutan is not complete. The hike is moderate and takes about 3 hours from the base camp through pine forest to reach the temple. It is believed that Guru Padmashambhaba who flew from Tibet on a tigress meditated in this cave in 8th century. The temple is very secret for Bhutanese. After the hike visit the Paro Rinpong Dzong another beautifull structure that you see when you land at Paro. The leisure walk takes you towards wooden bridge after the dzong. In the evening we will take you for Hot stone bath. Dinner and over night at Hotel.
After lunch drive to Paro. Visit Drugyel Dzong also called the victory dzong. The dzong was very important for Paro village in olden days as this fortress use to protect the people from frequent Tibetan invasion. While returning visit Kyichu Monastery the oldest monastery in Bhutan built in 6th century. Dinner and over night at Hotel.
Tashi Delek! Best wishes!