Explore Bhutan

Bhutan, a mountainous land adorned with hilly landscapes and an unmatched spiritual undertone, is truly a land with profound bliss. The Land of the Thunder Dragon is ideal destination for wildlife enthusiasts, photographers, nature lovers, great escapers, and other leisure holiday travelers. This sacred land also shelters rare animal species like red panda and snow leopard, including uncountable bird species. You can fill your soul to the brim with everything this Himalayan Paradise has to offer.

How To Reach

By Air

Paro International Airport is located 7 km from the main town. The airport is the only international airport which receives flights from Mumbai, Guwahati, Kolkata, Bagdogra, and Delhi. The country has three domestic airports - Gelephu Airport, Yonphulla Airport, and Bathpalanthag Airport.

By Road

Bhutan is well-accessible from India by roadway networks. The country has 3 border points – Jaigaon-Phuentsholing Border, Gelephu and SamdrupJongkhar.

By Rail

Bhutan does not have any railway network as of now. But one can reach the country by taking trains for stations like Siliguri, Hasimara, and New Alipurduar. Private and public transports are easily available from these railway stations.

Best Time To Visit

Bhutan is beautiful in every season for offering scenic landscapes. You can plan your trip to Bhutan according to preferences. Here is a detailed monthly break-up of the seasons of Bhutan.


Summer arrives in Bhutan in March and lasts until May. The average temperature ranges between 31.5°C - 26°C during summer.


The duration between June to September marks the monsoon season in Bhutan with an average temperature of 15°C to 26°C.


October marks the onset of winter and stays until February. The average temperature during this period ranges between (-1)°C to 15°C.

Places To Visit

Thimpu Img Credit : Christopher Fynn on wikimedia

Thimphu is the capital city of Bhutan, situated in the west-central part of the country. Dotted with scenic vistas such as green terraced fields, the traditional fortified monastery, and majestic mountain peaks will leave you spellbound. This beautiful city is abundantly filled with luxury stay options, tourist attractions, and sightseeing spots, including other modern facilities.

Paro Img Credit : Bernard Gagnon on wikimedia

Paro is a city mixed with natural beauty, rich cultures, a semi-modern lifestyle, and colorful traditions. It is studded with numerous sacred sites and glorious history. This valley is home to the much-acclaimed Taktsang Monastery or the ‘Tiger’s Nest. It is also famous for terrace farming and rice cultivation.

Punakha Dzong Img Credit : Christopher J. Fynn on wikimedia
Punakha Dzong

Once served as the capital of Bhutan, this place is noted for its year-round scenic locations. The architectural marvel is seated at a height of 1200m and is one of the well-known tourist attractions. Lie amidst the Pho Chu and Mo Chu rivers, Punakha Dzong can be easily reacheable from across the country. It takes around 3.5 hours to drive away from Thimphu.

Trongsa Img Credit : Gerd Eichmann on wikimedia

Trongsa, locally known as the new village, is considered Bhutan's balcony due to its topology. The place located at an elevated hilltop is renowned for its picturesque beauty and panoramic views. TrongsaDzong resembling a flying dragon, serve a major attraction of this quaint town.

Bumthang or Jakar Valley Img Credit : Gerd Eichmann on wikimedia
Bumthang or Jakar Valley

Enveloped around the evergreen mountains, the Jakar Valley is fondly called Little Switzerland. Rugged terrains and challenging trails of this valley are famous among adrenaline seekers. Be it indoors or outdoors, you would love to explore every bit of this valley.

Phobjikha Valley Img Credit : Phuentsho on wikimedia
Phobjikha Valley

A bowl-shaped glacial valley is a treat for those for nature lovers. This place is enriched with faunas such as wild boars, Himalayan black bears, muntjacs (barking deer), and various other wildlife in the surrounding hills. In addition, a large flock of black-necked cranes contributes to making this place one of the most sought places in Bhutan.

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