Cheap flights to Bhutan
Flights to Bhutan
Reasons To Visit Bhutan
The Kingdom of Bhutan is located within the Eastern Himalayan mountain range known for its truly stunning landscape and many charming works of architecture like the famous Tiger’s Nest Taktsang Monastery built on the side of a cliff. As well as its many heritage sites, visitors flock to the country to go on trekking trips where you can experience the untouched beautiful wilderness up close. Culture is also well and truly alive in Bhutan with plenty of fascinating festivals held over the course of each year, or try your hand at the national sport of Bhutan with a day of archery.
Arriving In Bhutan
Paro Airport is the sole international airport in Bhutan located around 6 km away from the town of Paro. If you are looking to travel from the UAE to Bhutan, there are no carriers providing direct flights are you will have to make a stopover somewhere. The airport has a few connections in the region to cities including Delhi and Bangkok, so travelers from the UAE can make the trip with only a single transfer.
At Paro Airport you can find a small selection of amenities and facilities to meet your needs including a few eateries and shops. When your flight has arrived at the airport, there are taxis available so you can reach your destination directly. However, the airport is limited in other respects so make sure you bring everything you need with you.
Bhutan Travel Information
Where to stay: Ratings and booking information for the best hotels in Bhutan for every budget
Almost all nationals from across the globe including those from the UAE will have to apply for a visa in order to enter Bhutan. The weather in Bhutan can vary depending on your level of elevation, with mountainous areas in the north experiencing plenty of snowfall. In general you can expect pleasantly warm temperatures over the summer with average highs in the mid-20s, while there is a rainy season in the country beginning in May and continuing until September. The Bhutanese ngultrum is the official currency of Bhutan, although you will find the Indian rupee is often accepted across the country.
* This information is correct as of January 2018
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