Bhutan is one of the smallest countries in the world with a territory of 38,394 sq km with a population of around 7 lakhs. Situated in the eastern ridges of the Himalayas, Bhutan shares an international boundary with India and China.
Summer : Summer is among the best times to visit Bhutan. During summers the country displays the vibrant colors of wildflowers and scenic mountains attracting hikers and trekkers with a range of trekking trails.
Monsoon : Bhutan receives a fair amount of rainfall spoiling the limiting of the exploring options. However, this is the most suitable condition to explore Bhutan for people with a limited budget. It is advised to always carry an umbrella and raincoat while travelling to Bhutan in monsoon.
Winter : Winter is the best season to explore the beauty of the Himalayan kingdom. During winter Bhutan offers the best view of the Himalayan range with snowcapped mountains and trekking activities to the lower regions of Bhutan.
Air : Paro International Airport is the only airport in Bhutan that connects direct flights to the major cities of India. The airport is located at a distance of 7km from Paro City.
Train : Hasimara railway station is the nearest railway station located at a distance of 17 km from Phuentsholing. There is no possible way to reach Bhutan by train as there is no railway station in Bhutan
Road : Travelling to Bhutan by road is the most popular mode of transport that can be covered travelling along Asian Highway 48 That connects India to Bhutan.