For all the places I have been, Bhutan easily makes it to top 5. Its beautiful, its green, its exotic and the air is so clean, it will feel unnatural. But the highlight is its relaxed pace, their connection with the traditional past and their empathy for nature.
I just don’t want to talk about how to get to Bhutan, which you can look up on the internet enough but also, what to look for there.
First of all it’s a pretty inaccessible country. In order to conserve Bhutan’s environment and culture, the minimum fee a tourist must pay the government is $200 per day per person in the months of January, February, June, July, August and December which goes up to $250 March, April, May, September, October and November. Moreover if you travel solo, you will have to pay additional $40 per day. This makes it one of the most expensive places to travel in the world. However, this does not apply to Indian tourists though.
To enter Bhutan, you can directly fly to Paro. The airport is one of most scenic and considered very tricky to land since its located in middle of mountains. Another option is to enter from India, most convenient for Indians for budget traveling. Take a flight to Bagdogra and a bus to Jaigaon, which is the border city to Bhutan. I would suggest reach Jaigaon by 12pm to get through comfortably.