Tripsy – B2B Consolidator for East and North East India
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Package Tours for Bhutan

The B2B packages given here are for Indian travel agents dealing with Indian tourists only. All payments will be made to our Indian bank account, all international transfers are our responsibility as a destination management company.

There are two types of tours based on the mode of travel. One is a fly in fly out option, where your guests will arrive and depart from the Paro airport, which happens to be the only international airport in Bhutan. Paro airport has direct flights connecting with Delhi, Kolkata, Guwahati and Bagdogra. The other option is to drive in and out of Bhutan through the Indo-Bhutan boarder at Phuentsholing. This option is more frequently used by tourists as the Paro airport has limited number of flights connecting with India and often the tickets are sold out months in advance, especially during peak season. There can be other option of organising a tour such as Drive In Fly Out or Fly In and Drive Out tours. But the packages given here are Drive In Drive Out (DIDO) and Fly In and Fly Out (FIFO) options. For other options, you may contact our travel experts.

Thimphu, the capital of the country and Paro, a beautiful valley and also the location of the airport, are the two most popular tourist destinations. They are about 55 kms apart from one another and rarely a tourist visiting  the country would give a miss to these two places. Punakha comes a close third in terms of popularity. Most tour packages in the B2B Travel market, focus on these three destinations as these three places have decent accommodation options in different categories. Trongsa and Bumthang are the other destinations that Indian tourists visit in Bhutan. However infrastructure in these places are not at par with Thimphu and Paro and they would require a longer tour to cover.

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