Travelers can enter Bhutan by flight and by road from southern border with India.

The Kingdom of Bhutan remained largely cut off from the rest of the world up until the early 1960’s. Entering the country was difficult as it was only accessible by foot from two main entry points, one in the North and another from the South.

The Northern route was through Tibet, crossing high mountain passes that were inaccessible throughout the winters.

The second entry route from the South came through the plains of Assam and West Bengal. The high, frozen passes in the North and the dense, jungles in the South made it extremely difficult to enter the country.

Today the main roads entering the country are through Phuentsholing in the south, linking Bhutan with the Indian plains of West Bengal, through the border towns of Gelephu, in the central region and Samdrup Jongkhar, in the east, that link with the Indian state of Assam.

Druk Air and Bhutan Airlines are the only two flights that operates from within Bhutan’s Paro International Airport.

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