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Bhutan Airlines and Drukair, the two national airlines of Bhutan have been facilitating travel to and from Bhutan since 2013. One can fly with Drukair to Paro, Bhutan’s only international airport, from Kathmandu in Nepal, Bangkok or Dhaka in Bangladesh. They have also flights to Paro from Bodh Gaya, Delhi and Kolkata in India. Bhutan Airlines flies to Paro daily from Bangkok via Kolkata. There are domestic flights by the carrier Drukair from Paro to Bumthang (central Bhutan) and return 2-3 times a week.

There are three authorized entry points for foreign tourists by road.

Phuntsholing in southwest Bhutan, from West Bengal in Northern India. Jaigaon is a town nearby and it is recommended to stay there for a night while entering/ exiting Bhutan.

  • Thimphu is approximately 170 kms from here and it takes about 6 hours to reach there.
  • Gelephu is also another tourist entry point to Bhutan and is located in south- central part of Bhutan.
  • It is 250 kms from Thimphu and the journey will take about 10 hours.
  • Samdrup Jongkhar is the second entry point to Bhutan and is located in the far southeast region of the country. This entry point gives access to travel to the remote areas of Bhutan. This point borders the Indian state of Assam and is a 3-hour drive to the Indian airport of Guwahati, which offers connecting flights to further destinations.
  • The driving speed in Bhutan is 35-40 kms per hour due to high number of bends in the roads.

    All visitors to Bhutan require a visa to enter. Indian, Maldivian and Bangladeshi nationals can acquire a visa on arrival. For others, visa clearance must be obtained before entering and the same must be obtained through a Bhutanese tour operator or international partner.

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