By Air

Druk Air, the national carrier, is the first airline that operates flights into Paro international airport. Druk Air operates a fleet of two Airbus 319 planes and flies to Bangkok, Kathmandu, Delhi, Calcutta, Guwahati and Dhaka. Druk Air’s flight to Delhi via Kathmandu offers some of the most breathtaking views of the Bhutanese, Nepalese and Indian Himalayas. Close views of Jomolhari, Jitchu Drake, Kanchenjunga and Everest are some of the peaks that enthrall passengers on this flight. For more details please visit www.drukair.com.bt

In Addition to Druk Air, second airline to fly from Bhutan is a newly established pvt. owned “Tashi Air” by Tashi Group of Companies. The name of the airline is known as “Bhutan Airlines” and currently operate an Airbus 319 and flies to Bangkok, Kolkata and Kathmandu. For more details please visit www.bhutanairlines.bt

During the monsoon season, unpredictable weather can disrupt flight schedules forcing delays. Travelers are therefore advised to include an extra day in their itinerary to accommodate such circumstances while planning to travel to Bhutan.


By Road

Visitors can also enter or exit Bhutan by road through the neighboring Indian states of Assam  in the south East and the West Bengal in south.

You can enter or exit through road from Phuntsholing, a border town to India in the south-western part of the country which is about seven hour drive from Paro or Thimphu.The nearest airport from Phuntsholing is Bagdogra in India at the base of the foothills of Darjeeling and Sikkim between which you can drive overland taking about 05 hours approximately.

The Eastern Bhutan which is not that explored till now could be entered by road through south-eastern town of SamdrupJongkhar which is about two hour’s drive from Guwahati Airport in Assam.There are so many places of historical importance in east and not to forget its rich flora and fauna.