Bhutan Tour Packages

    About Bhutan

    What does it feel like to travel to one of the happiest countries on Earth? Find out for yourself when you visit Bhutan, the last great Himalayan kingdom that is at once breathtakingly beautiful and enchantingly mysterious. Known to its locals as Druk Yul or the Land of the Thunder Dragon, Bhutan still remains one of the very last places on earth to remain virtually untouched by the clamour of Western civilization. Opened to travellers only since the last three decades, Bhutan still remains Asia’s most enigmatic and revered travel destinations.

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    Best Sellers for Bhutan

    Bhutan can only be experienced via a planned tour, with the approval of the Bhutanese government. If you’re eager to visit the last Shangri-la, browse through our travel packages below, to find an option that works the best with your budget and requirements.

    Bhutan Travel Guide

    The more you learn about Bhutan, the more you’d like to know. We understand. This is why Musafir.com’s comprehensive travel guide covers all of Bhutan’s top attractions, tells you about the kingdom’s culture and nuances, and informs you about the most prominent experiences in the country.

    Bhutan Travel Guide

    Best time to visit

    October to December is the best time to visit Bhutan, when the skies are clear and sunny. January through April see the valleys scattered with a riot of colour, as the rhododendrons come into bloom. Birders interested in viewing the rare black-necked cranes must visit Phobjikha Valley between November and February. Monsoons see the kingdom swamped with heavy showers and are hence, best avoided.

    How to reach Bhutan

    Air: Bhutan’s international airport is located in Paro and is serviced by two major carriers – Drukair and Bhutan Airlines. The flight from Kathmadu to Paro is spectacular with the aircraft flying over four of the five highest mountains in the world.

    Road: The southern districts of Phuentsholing, Gelephu and Samdrup Jongkhar feature Bhutan’s only land borders open to tourists. The journey from the border to Bhutan’s capital of Thimphu can take anywhere between six hours and three days.

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