The mountain kingdom of Bhutan is a land shrouded in mystery. It’s deeply rooted in its rich cultural history and is one of the last monarchies of this world. The country has one of the world’s highest Gross Happiness Index rate and its people are warm, well educated and fun loving. A visit to this paradise is must if you want to experience nature, culture and mysticism, all packed in this tiny package called Bhutan.
Watch the video above documenting this best moments from the trip!
Bhutan had been on our itinerary from a long time and finally, we visited this land of the Thunder Dragon. If you too are planning to visit here I have listed a few points which may be very helpful especially if you are visiting from India. I have tried to cover as many things as possible to make this blog as comprehensive as possible.
Druk Airlines and Bhutan airlines fly from Delhi, Kolkata, Gaya, Bagdogra and Guwahati from India. The only International airport in Bhutan is in Paro.
We flew to Bagdogra (West Bengal) and then went to Bhutan by road (cabs charge Rs 2500-3000)