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Bhutan Tour Packages from India

Discover the best Bhutan Tour Packages from India in this unspoiled kingdom, known by names like Druk Yul, Beyul, and Lhomon Khashi. Since the seventh century, Bhutan, with natural barriers and the imposing Jomolhari range, has been an independent nation. Enter Bhutan easily from India by land or air, with daily flights from Delhi, Kolkata, Bagdogra, and Guwahati. Don't miss the chance to explore the mystique of Bhutan, the Land of the Thunder Dragon.

Bhutan Tour from Delhi with Airfare

Choose the best Bhutan Packages from Delhi to Bhutan. It is easy to book flights to Bhutan from Delhi. Druk Air and Bhutan airlines operates daily flight to Paro International Airport. The flight takes about 2.5 hours and most of the flight timings are in the morning. This is best because you get enough time to tour Bhutan on your arrival date.

Bhutan Tour from Kolkatta

Discover the best travel options from Kolkata to Bhutan. Opt for a quick and budget-friendly round-trip flight to Paro at INR 16,900, taking only 50 minutes. Alternatively, enjoy a comfortable train journey to Hasimara, providing entry into Bhutan by road through Jaigoan. Avoid the lengthy 14-hour bus ride to Paro.

Bhutan Tour from India Gujarat

Explore the top Bhutan holiday packages from Gujarat, India. With the highest number of tourists in 2019, Gujaratis prefer the flight route. Opt for a connecting flight from Gujarat to Delhi or Kolkata, where Bhutan flights operate.

Bhutan Tour Packages from India Mumbai

Explore great Friends and Family vacation packages to Bhutan from Mumbai. Choose between flights to Delhi or Kolkata for convenient connections to Paro. Alternatively, experience an amazing 3-hour road trip from Bagdogra, passing through the scenic jungles to the border town of Jalgaon.

Bhutan Tour Packages from India Chennai

Explore top Bhutan Cultural Tour Packages from Chennai. Opt for a direct flight to Kolkata or Delhi, where Drukair and Bhutan Airlines operate daily flights to Bhutan. Budget-friendly travelers can take a train from Chennai to Hasimara, the nearest station, reaching the Bhutan border in about half an hour.

Bhutan Tour Packages from India Pune

Explore top Bhutan Tour Packages from Pune with easy access to flights from Delhi, Mumbai, and Kolkata. Choose between a flight or road trip, with the best flight routes from Pune to Delhi (3 hours, INR 24,900) or Kolkata (INR 16,900).

Bhutan Tour from Hyderabad

Discover the Best Bhutan Tours from Hyderabad. Opt for Indigo flights to Delhi or Kolkata for convenient connections to Drukair flights. Alternatively, enjoy an adventurous road trip to Bhutan, reaching Jaigaon in about 4 hours from Siliguri, West Bengal.

Do's in Bhutan

Embrace Bhutan's vibrant culture with respect. Communicate kindly, engage with locals, and carry sufficient cash for a smooth and enriching journey.


We book standard rooms by default. For upgrades to a higher category or a suite, please inform us before booking.


If hotel issues arise, contact the tour operator promptly for resolution with hotel support staff. Ensure a smoother travel experience.


Respectful communication with Bhutanese drivers and guides is crucial. Offending them may hinder cooperation, affecting your overall journey.


Travelers and co-travelers must carry 4 passport-size photos and 2 photocopies of a valid ID. Share soft copies with the tour operator.


Carry sufficient cash for convenience in Bhutan, as Indian cards may not work. All Indian currencies are accepted, excluding 2000 INR.

Don'ts in Bhutan

Respect local customs in Bhutan by avoiding loud behavior, adhering to dress codes near religious sites, and minimizing plastic usage.


No shorts allowed in temples and monasteries. Maintain cultural respect for an enriching experience in Bhutan.


Strictly avoid spitting or littering in Bhutan, punishable with fines up to INR 2000. Contribute to preserving Bhutan's pristine beauty.


Strictly avoid smoking in public places in Bhutan to promote a healthy environment. Help keep the air clean for all.


Maintain silence in temples and monuments. Shouting is not permitted. Experience the tranquility of Bhutan's sacred sites.


Dispose of plastic and waste responsibly in Bhutan. Help preserve the environment by using designated disposal areas.


Enhance your Bhutan tour with a knowledgeable guide for a culturally immersive and enriching experience.


Always seek permission before capturing photographs to respect privacy and cultural norms during your Bhutan visit.


No Photography Inside Temples. Respect sacred spaces by refraining from taking pictures inside temples during your Bhutan visit.
Hotels in Bhutan

3 Star Hotels in Bhutan

Explore top-rated 3-star hotels in Bhutan, offering a perfect blend of comfort, affordability, and a memorable stay experience.

4 Star Hotels in Bhutan

Explore our curated selection of top 4-star hotels in Bhutan, offering a perfect blend of luxury, comfort, and a memorable stay.

5 Star Hotels in Bhutan

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Frequently Asked Questions

Passport is mandatory for indian national to travel Bhutan. Once you confirm the tour, tour operator will process your permit and same will be emailed to you.  Everyone should have valid passport including infants to process your advance permit.

The cost of a Trip to Bhutan from India will depend upon the nationality of the clients. If you are an Indian national traveling to Bhutan from India, INR 25000 will be enough for a single person to tour 5 days in Bhutan. The cost will also depend upon the hotel type and other luxury requirement.

To complete the whole of Bhutan minimum of 25 days is required. For a quick tour of Bhutan, 6 days is enough to cover the most tourist places in Bhutan. The places like Paro, Thimphu and Punakha will be covered within 6 days. You can also check 11 days glorious Days tour of Bhutan.

Bhutan is not cheap to travel to if you are foreign national as it requires foreigner to pay USD 250 per person per night. If you are the national from India, Maldives and Bangladesh you can choose to travel in Budget package.

Yes for Indian national Visa is not required but mandatory passport is must to enter Bhutan. Your visa will be given upon arrival in Bhutan.

Indian sim card does not work in Bhutan unless you make it roaming. You need to purchase Bhutan Tourist sim card which is valid for a month with data package.

Yes Indian Rupees is widely accepted in Bhutan. All shops and hotel accept the Indian rupee.

There are two routes to enter Bhutan easily. If you choose to travel by road, entering Bhutan from Siliguri is the best route. Upon landing at Bagdugra airport it takes about 4 hours drive to reach the Border town of Bhutan. Process the permit, book the packages and start the tour. Another easy route is to take flight. There are easy flight routes from Kolkatta, Delhi and Bagdugra operated by Drukair and Bhutan Airlines. Read More

Ngultrum is the currency of Bhutan. It is pegged with Indian Currency INR.(1 Ngultrum=1 Rupee). 1 Dollar = Nu.75.

Yes, you can take your own car to Bhutan and for that, you need to process a car permit. You need to have up-to-date documents of the car like emission test, ownership certificate, road fitness, and Insurance. With new rules that came into effect in 2020 all Indian cars coming to Bhutan for Tourism purposes need to pay INR 4500 per vehicle per day. Check the Phuntsholing RSTA office for Car documentation HERE.

Delhi to Bhutan flight duration is only 2 hours and 20 minutes by direct flights. There is a daily direct flight available to Paro operated by Druk Air – Bhutan’s national carrier and one by Bhutan Airlines on some days of the week. Also check flights to Bhutan from India

The popular Indian city that is close to Bhutan and easy to enter is West Bengal with Phuntsholing Bhutan. One can enter Bhutan from Kalimpong, Darjeeling, and Siliguri. It takes about 4 hours to reach Phuntsholing.

As a tourist Indian nationals can stay up to one month. Only 7 days permit is granted when you enter Bhutan for the forst time and after that you need to renew every 10 days with Immigration office in Thimphu.

There is no Visa cost for Indian nationals however with new rules daily SDF (Sustainable Development Fees) of INR 1200 per person is applicable. The rule is applied for all Indian national travelling Bhutan for tour effective from 2020.

With the new rule, all Indian nationals traveling to Bhutan must have a Passport and should book all their tour with a local tour operator based in Bhutan. Upon confirmation local agent will process your permit to visit Bhutan and same will be emailed to you.

Passport is the only documents required for Indian national to travel Bhutan.

Some Important Link

  1. Things to Do in Bhutan
  2.  Hotels in Bhutan
  3. Paro Tourism Guide
  4.  Best Places to Visit in Bhutan
  5. Uma by Como Hotels
  6. Bhutan Travel from India
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