Bhutan, the Last Shangri-La has attracted numerous tourists over the past few years for the magnificent sightseeing destinations scattered throughout the country. It is also the first country to have set “Happiness” as their “National Goal” and surprisingly the government of Bhutan focuses more on the GNH (Gross National Happiness) more than the GDP (Gross Domestic Product). The warm citizens of the country are very hospitable and always have a smile on their face. So, avail our Bhutan holiday packages to enjoy the best of your Bhutan trip.
Sightseeing in Bhutan is a combination of nature in its purest form, serene monasteries, and dynamic national sanctuaries. Thimphu, the capital of Bhutan is among the most developed and central spot for commerce in the country. Paro is known for the adventurous activities that can test your endurance and ability. Tiger’s Nest Monastery in Paro is among the most notable scared places of Bhutan.
NJP Railway Station and Bagdogra Airport witness lots of tourists who come all over the year to travel to the majestic land of Bhutan. The journey of 4 hours 10 minutes from Bagdogra and 3 hours 42 minutes from NJP is packed with lots of sightseeing scenarios. You can avail car rental at the NJP Railway Station & Bagdogra Airport and enjoy your trip to Bhutan.
How to reach Bhutan from Kolkata by air?
There are many airlines that fly directly from Kolkata to Paro international Airport.
How difficult is it to get a visa for Bhutan?
It is actually quite easy and straightforward to get a visa for Bhutan as the most of the hectic works are done by tour operators.
What is the average price for a Bhutan Package?
The average price for a Bhutan Package is approx INR 19000 Rs provided by Kamakhya Bhutan.
What language is spoken in Bhutan?
Dzongkha is the language that is mostly spoken in Bhutan.
What is the best time to visit Bhutan?
October to December is considered to be the best time to visit Bhutan.