One of the amazing destinations for tourists, Bhutan offers a kaleidoscope of sceneries and beauties. Bhutan – the land of thunderbolts is covered with a long list of monasteries, dzongs, stupas, trekking spots, Buddhist temples, shopping areas, museums and beautiful landscapes... where you may experience a blend of greenery, culture, history and religion.

Bhutan has beautiful landscapes surrounded by Tibet in the North, Sikkim and also Chumbi Valley of Tibet in the West, Arunachal Pradesh in the East, and Assam and West Bengal states in the south.

Reaching Bhutan:

There are direct flights connecting major cities to Bhutan’s only airport, Paro. Rail routes and land roads also connect Bhutan. However, there are no dire t flights to Bhutan from Mumbai.To reach Bhutan from Mumbai, you need to book a flight to Kolkata or Bagdogra in West Bengal and then travel to Bhutan via train, motor car or bus. Alternatively, you can also book a flight to Delhi, Gaya or Guwahati and from there you can take a direct flight to Paro Airport in Bhutan. From Bagdogra, you may opt for a motor car and reach Bhutan enjoying the scenic beauties. No Visa is required for Bhutan Tour from Mumbai, since Indian tourists come under "Regional Tourist" category. Only a permit is required to enter Bhutan, the Land of Thunder Dragon.

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At Paro, the airport of Bhutan you may visit the Taktsang monastery and then take a drive to Chele La Pass, situated at a height of 13000 feet.

Paro local sightseeing

Enjoy the sightseeing at Paro where you will witness Drukgyel Dzong, Ta Dzong - the National Museum of Bhutan, Kyichu Lhakhang - the sacred jewel of Bhutan and also Rinpung Dzong

Thimphu local sightseeing

Thimphu, the capital of Bhutanis a place that holds cultural and historical relevance. The National Chorten, National Library, National Folk Heritage Museum, Memorial Chorten, Tashichho Dzong, Takin Zoo at Motithang, are some of the attractions of Thimpu.

Thimphu to Punakha

Punakha can be your next location. Once you reach to Punakha on a drive, you will see the Dochula Pass, the beautiful mountain range of Bhutan. Get to see the Wangdiphodrang Dzong and the Punakha Dzong that house the sacred relics of the southern Drukpa lineage and the sacred remains of Ngawang Namgyal, respectively.

Punakha local sightseeing

You can enjoy the wonderful local sightseeing in Punakha that has a lot in store. Visit the Khamsum Yulley Namgyal Chorten - built by Queen Ashi Tshering Yangdon Wangchuck, the new temple and village Talo built on a plateau surrounded by the beauty of nature.

Travel documents to carry

To have a tour package from Mumbai to Bhutanyou must carry:

  • A valid Indian Passport
  • Valid Voter Identity Card / Election Card issued by the Election Commission of India.

Aayush Holidays brings to you a wide range of Bhutan tour packages from Mumbai. From family to group tours, we provide you the best service so that you experience different adventurous activities and enjoy the tour perfectly.