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Discover Bhutan

Bhutan – Land of  .

The name Bhutan appears to derive from the ancient Indian term BHOTANTA which means the end of the land of the Bhots. Bhots was the Sanskrit term for Tibetans. Thus Bhutan could mean the end of the land of Tibet.
The kingdom lies east of Nepal and west of the Indian state of Arunachal Pradesh. It is south of the Tibetan hinterland and north of the Indian territories of Assam and West Bengal. Located in the heart of the high Himalayan mountain range, Bhutan is a land-locked country surrounded by mountains in the north and west. The rugged east, visited by few Western travellers, borders the sparse and largely unknown Indian state of Arunachal Pradesh. The high Himalaya in the northern steppes separates the kingdom from Tibet.


The Buddhist faith has played and continues to play a fundamental role in the cultural, ethical and sociological development of Bhutan and its people. Annual festivals (tschus and dromchoes) are spiritual occasions in each district. Throughout Bhutan, stupas and chortens line the roadside commemorating a place where Guru Rimpoche or another Shabdrung may have stopped to meditate. Prayer flags are even more common. Fluttering on long poles, they maintain constant communication with the heavens. Bhutan is the only country in the world to retain the tantric form of Mahayana Buddhism as its official religion.

Druk Air, the national carrier of Bhutan is the only airline operating to and from Paro. Paro is connected with Delhi and Calcutta, Kathmandu, Bangkok, Dhaka, and Yangon. Entry / Exit to/from Bhutan is also possible through Phuntsholing, the southern Bhutanese border town. Bagdogra, in the state of West Bengal ( India ), is the nearest airport which is around 4 hours drive from this place. AS PER GOVERNMENT’S RULE IT IS MANDATORY TO TRAVEL AT LEAST ONE WAY BY DRUK AIR, IT CAN BE EITHER ENTRY OR EXIT OR BOTH.
Visa is required for travelling into Bhutan.No foreign missions grants Bhutan Tourist Visa. All information as mention in the visa form should be forwarded to us at least three weeks prior to the date of travel to process it with concerned authorities. Alternatively, the copy of the visa form can be filled up by the tourist and faxed to us to arrange for a visa. Actual visa is stamped on arrival in Bhutan while it is cleared in advance and a visa clearance number is issued. For all travelers, entering Bhutan by Druk Air, the visa clearance number if forwarded to concerned overseas Druk Air stations and with the same passengers are not allowed to board the flight. For all travelers, entering Bhutan by the surface through Phuntsholing ( the border town in the south of Bhutan ), the visa is stamped on arrival and clearance number if forwarded to Foreign Ministry’s Office at Phuntsholing for reference. Two copies of original passport size photographs are required on arrival. The visa fee is USD 40 per person for 14 days which can be further extended with an additional fee.
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