Bhutan Car Rental
Transportation in Bhutan mainly comprises of 8000 kilometers of road with four airports out of which 3 are operational and interconnected whereas Paro Airport is the only airport that serves international flights.
Types of Transportation used for tourists in Bhutan
Bhutan has a comfortable transport surface that makes a pleasant journey in this mountainous country. Latest model of Japanese Toyota cars, land cruisers, Hiace buses and coaster buses are offered to our tourists depending upon the group size and not only the vehicles we also offer experienced, courteous drivers who are well trained and licensed by Tourism Council of Bhutan and the Department of Motor Vehicles in safety and driving on mountainous terrain. Tourists are accompanied by the guide and drivers from the time of arrival until their departure.
Traveling Bhutan on a tourist visa, the cost of all transport is included in the price of your Bhutan trip. Depending on the size of the group, Bhutanese tour operators use Japanese-made buses, minivans or cars. If you travel to central and eastern Bhutan during wintertime (December to February) or monsoon (June to September) a 4WD vehicle is an advantage, and often necessary.
Bhutan Car Rental Rates
Bhutan Car rental rates will depend on what kind of car you book? Car rental in Bhutan is only done by regional tourists traveling Bhutan from Siliguri, Kolkatta or Jaigoan. Car rental cost for foreigner is already included in the daily tariff.
Bhutan has no train but Bhutan currently has four airports which include Paro Airport (Only international airport in Bhutan), Bathpalathang airport in Bumthang, Gelephu Airport and Yongphulla Airport in Tashigang. The country has a relatively well-developed network of roads accessing all major towns and because of mountains, steep slopes and deep valleys, the roads are bent and the average speed of vehicles is restricted to less than 40 kilometers per hour.
Flights to Bhutan:
Bhutan has only two local airlines that operate from many international destinations like India (Delhi, Kolkatta, Guwahati, and Bagdogra), Thailand(Bangkok), Bangladesh(Dhaka) Nepal(Kathmandu), and Singapore. One can take flights to Paro Bhutan from this destination if you plan to travel to Bhutan for your holiday break. Read more
All nationals need visas to travel to Bhutan. Bhutan has unique way of processing visa. The only licensed tour operator can process your Visa for Bhutan. No other agent can obtain visa unless they have partner in Bhutan. Read more about How to get Bhutan Visa quickly?
Best Time to Travel in Bhutan:
The best time to travel in Bhutan weather-wise in Spring and Autumn. If you are a lover of green then Summer is best as greeneries fills the secret mountain of this Himalayan Kingdom although Bhutan is considered an all-year-round destination. Read more on what you can do every month in Bhutan?