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Bhutan-The Last Sanghri-la
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Bhutan the Land of Thunder Dragon , is one of the world's most enigmatic countries. This is sale of cigarettes is illegal, where you get red – coloured, rice, where chillies make an entire dish and where compassion is still favoured over capitalism.
It is a nation of surprises. It has no traffic lights but Bhutanese can even get a Dzongkha font for their microsoft Windows. Bhutan is encompassing both the antedilurian and the modern world and these days you will find monks transcribey ancient Buddhist into computers.
Here there are fascinating monastries, fabulous dzongs, undiluted Tibetan culture and
tradition breath taking natural beauty, stunning flora and fauna. But more than that an aroma of life, an alternative vision of what is truly more significant in life.
Come and experience truly the ‘Last Shangri La' the enigmatic, mystic and charming kingdom of Bhutan and be yourself a part where this medieval kingdom is trying to modernize at the same time maintaining its cultural identity.
Important Information
VISA AND TRANSPORT: Foreign travelers must posses a visa for Bhutan which is granted initially for 14 days. While the actual visa is stamped on arrival in Bhutan upon payment of us$20, visitors need to obtain visa clearance from the Tourism Authority of Bhutan (TAB) in advance. Visa can be extended in Thimphu for up to six months. The operator making your arrangements will handle the official formalities.
Transport is provided by tour operators who have their own fleet of luxury cars. All major places of interest are connected by paved roads.

How To Reach ?

Druk Air , Bhutan 's airline operates flights to Paro from Bangkok , Kolkata, Dhaka , Kathmandu and New Delhi . There are two overland entry/exit points. One is from the Indian state of West Bengal into Phuntsholing in southwest Bhutan . Phuntsholing is four hours' drive from Bagdogra, the nearest Indian airport, and seven hour's drive from both Gangtok ( Sikkim ) and Darjeeling . The drive from Phuntsholing to Thimphu or Paro takes six hours.


March-may and September-November are the high season months, while June, July and December-February comprises the low season. Bring cotton or light woolen wears in summer and heavy woolens and jacket in winter.

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