Bhutan ‘The Land of Thunder Dragon’ is a dream destination and a trekker’s paradise. With a land of over 38,000 sq. Kms, of which 70% of it is forest, Bhutan’s untouched ecology is a home to rare flora and endangered fauna. Tourist travelling to Bhutan has been describing Bhutan as a place with spiritual and mystical beauty. Bhutan is home to several Buddhist monasteries. People in Bhutan practice Mahayana Buddhism (also known as the Tantric Buddhism).
Travel to Bhutan requires prebooked tour arrangements, and having a prebooked tour, with confirmed tour arrangements, is also one of the requirements for a tourist visa to Bhutan. A tour to Bhutan, can be done either by flying in to and out of Paro (Bhutan’s only international airport, that is connected currently to Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata and Bagdogra, and also to Bangkok, Dhaka, Singapore and Kathmandu), or you can take the surface route via Phuentsholing in Eastern India.