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About Bhutan

Bhutan, the land of peaceful thunder dragon is also known to the world by ‘The Last Shangrila’. Native Bhutanese people preferred to call it ‘Druk Yul’ means the peaceful thunder dragon. Nestled in the lap of great Himalayan series, Bhutan offers magnificent Himalayan views, beautiful landscape and valleys, unique culture and tradition, well preserved lush green forest and ecosystem, beautiful Monasteries-Dzongs and fine crafted wooden houses- structure and many more natural and historical landmarks. For the long time it was a mysterious land to the world due to the strict control to visit for foreigners. Though the Kingdom is open to the outer world now, entry is still limited. Today it stands as the most exclusive tourist destination in the world.

Visa procedure

A valid Visa is needed to enter Bhutan, but only issued on your arrival at entry point or airport against USD 20. Visa is usually granted for 14 days and can be extended up to the six months. Visitors need to obtain visa clearance from Tourism Authority of Bhutan (TAB) in advance. So either you have to send your details 15 days in advance or contact us for arrangements.


Getting into Bhuta

There are only two entry points to Bhutan. Most of the travelers choose to arrive by air at Paro airport. Some enter Bhutan by road from Phuntsholing entry point, which lies on the south end of the country with Indian state of Assam. Druk the national carrier of Royal Bhutan operates flight to South or South East Asian cities. Druk air connects directly to Bangkok, Kolkata, Dhaka, New Delhi and Kathmandu. Flights are not regular, often changed the day without notice. Contact us for proper flight status during your trip. You will have an opportunity to enjoy the great views of Himalayas to and form your flight to Kathmandu. Paro airport is less than two hours drive for Thimpu. If you choose to entry by land it takes some six hours drive to reach Thimpu from Phuntsholing entry point.



Climate in Bhutan is variable from region to region. While it is tropical in the south, central valleys are cool in winter and hot during the summer. On the other hand in the higher elevation; severe winters and cool summers are prevalent. March to May and September to November are the best time to visit Bhutan. Please consult with us for better season and proper clothing for Bhutan tour.


Books on Bhutan (suggested readin)

  • Bhutan: by Lindsay Brown, Bradley Mayhew, Stan Armington, Richard W. Whitecross
  • Beyond the Sky and the Earth: A journey into the Bhutan: by Jamie Zeppa
  • Buttertea at Sunrise: A year in the Bhutan Himalaya: by Britta Das
  • Bhutan: Himalayan Mountain Kingdom: by Francoise Pommaret
  • Treasures of the Thunder dragon: A Portrait of Bhutan: by Ashi Dorji Wangmo Wangchuck
  • Bhutan: A Trekker’s Guide: by Bart Jordans
Bhutan Information

About Bhutan

Places of Interests

Visa Procedures

Getting into Bhutan


Books on Bhutan


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