1. Which is the best time to visit Bhutan?
2. How do I book the Druk-Air Tickets And how will I receive the Druk-Air Tickets?
3. Is it possible to get the package tour at cheaper cost?
4. How do we make the payment and is my advance payment safe and secure?
5. How can one reach Bhutan?
6. When is the best time to come to Bhutan?
Bhutan is well north of the Equator to experience frigid temperatures during winters, but surprisingly, Bhutan experiences a slice of all seasons round the year. Everyone agrees that the best time to visit Bhutan is all the time because different times of the year offer different attractions. Where as summers are ideal for trekking and rafting, winters are an absolute treat for bird watchers. We won't call them ornithologists-that makes them sound way too academic and Bhutan is synonymous with crisp clean fun and blissfulness with a dose of passion. It all depends on where your interests lie and it is our job at A1 Bhutan Travel Services Bhutan to match your favorite activities with the climate in Bhutan
Once the Bhutan trip has been confirmed, TravelBhutan.com will provide the safe and secure mode of payment. Yes, your payment is safe and secure because your advance payment goes directly to a government account. By rule, the tour operators receive their money only after the tour is completed.
Yes, your payment is absolutely secure and safe as it directly goes into the Bhutan Governments account. The guideline for the same is that the tour operator will get their money only after the tour is completed.
Two Distinct ways to Travel to Bhutan :-
BY DRUK AIR:
The national flag carrier of Bhutan, Druk Air, is by far the finest and the only way to travel to Bhutan. The major cities connected to Thimphu via Druk Air are:
You can contact A1 Bhutan Travel Services Bhutan to reserve your seats on a Druk Air flight. Once you finalize your Bhutan travel plans, we will take care of all the arrangements for you including connecting flights and arrivals.
Travel to Bhutan BY ROAD :
You can enter Bhutan by road as well from India although it happens to be time-consuming. There is a single entry point and two exit points. Border crossing involves a thorough check of all your travel documents and can take some time.
If you happen to be either outward our inward bound, you can do so from Phuntsholing. The land route opens into Phuntsholing, a border town in Southwest Bhutan while traveling from the Indian state of West Bengal. From Phuntsholing, a four-hour drive takes you to Bagdogra in India, which also happens to be the closest airport from Phuntsholing. If you wish to visit Sikkim and West Bengal in India along with Bhutan, you can do so from Phuntsholing.
The second exit (exit only) land route is through Samrup Jongkhar. This town is located approximately 110 km from Guwahati in India. Samrup is located in southeast Bhutan. Guwahati is connected through flights to all the major Indian cities. Guwahati is also extremely well-connected by railway to all parts of India and high speed luxury trains are available for you to reach major Indian destinations.
If we haven't tempted you yet to pick up the phone and call us or to go on a live chat session with us, we will in due course because the overall travel experience Bhutan offers for both business and leisure travel is second to none. Combine that with a professionally managedTravel Bhutan like A1 Bhutan Travel Services with more than 100 travel specialists and you have a winner of a deal! So why not contact us today for a no-obligation, totally free consultation and request a travel proposal? We eagerly await your inquiry.
Located in South Asia, Bhutan is a landlocked country. Spanning an area of around 46,500 square kilometers and has population of 650,000 with seventy five percent of the population living on cultivation and livestock rearing. It stretches 300 km from East to West, while the North-South axis is around 140 km. On its boundaries to the East, West and south lie the Indian states of Arunachal Pradesh, Sikkim and West Bengal/Assam respectively while to the north lies Tibet's Chumbi valley, sandwiched between North Bhutan and Sikkim.