A vacation to Bhutan is said to be one of the most profound holiday experiences. Thomas Cook India’s Bhutan holiday packages are your perfect travel companions in this heartfelt experience. Your Bhutan holidays will be a series of evocative experiences set against the stunning backdrop of the majestic Himalayas. 

  1. The Best Time to Visit Bhutan:
    • Spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November) are the best seasons to visit the Himalayan kingdom of Bhutan. In spring, the temperatures range between 3°C to 25°C, while in autumn they hover between 10°C to 23°C. Even with the wild variations in temperatures, these two are the best seasons to be in Bhutan, because it doesn’t rain. Bhutan receives most of its rainfall during summer and it snows during winter. The mild weather of the shoulder seasons is perfect and the best time to visit Bhutan for sightseeing and exploring the wild beauty of Bhutan.
  2. How to Reach Bhutan:
    • You can reach Bhutan by air and road from India. There is no direct rail connectivity. The fastest way to reach Bhutan is by air. Though Bhutan has many domestic airports, Paro International Airport is the sole gateway into Bhutan by air from outside. Druk Air, Bhutan’s national airline, operates regular flights from Kolkata, Bagdogra, Guwahati, Gaya, Delhi and Mumbai. Among these only Kolkata enjoys direct connectivity to Paro. The rest all offer connecting flights. Kolkata also has the most frequent of flights.
  3. Food in Bhutan:
    • The cuisine of Bhutan has a distinct flavour profile that is dominated by liberal use of spices as well as chillies. Surprisingly, even though there are plenty of meat dishes available, a sizable population is vegetarian. Due to its proximity to India and China, you can easily find both cuisines throughout the country.