Cheap flights Bhutan

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Low cost flight tickets to Bhutan

Bhutan is nested in the lap of Himalayas and 72% of it’s territory is under forest cover thus with mountains and forests it is rich in natural beauty, other attraction of Bhutan is it’s unique culture, Bhutan offers some breathtaking views of mountains and other scenic landscapes it’s architecture is also unique and beautiful, the culture of Bhutan is very colorful with it’s arts, crafts and festivals, the people of Bhutan are also very hospitable and friendly, with all the mountains Bhutan is also a good destination for trekking, Thimpu is the capital city of Bhutan other major destination being Bumthang. Compare and book the cheapest flights to Bhutan today! Below you can get started with the most chosen booking sites.

What you need to know about your destination

Bhutan is a part of the continent Asia. The currency of the country is the Bhutanese ngultrum (BTN). The official language is Dzongkha. This area has a Subtropical highland climate. The annual temperature is on average 17 degrees centigrade °C. A suitable travel period is May to October. The socket type is D / G (230 V, 50 Hz). The largest airport in the country is Paro International Airport in Paro (IATA code: PBH). A well-known Bhutanese carrier is Druk Air. The normal price level is: very cheap. An average stay in an accommodation has a price tag of €68 a night. Also check out our page about flying cheaply to Azerbaijan & Austria.

CountryBhutan (BT)
ContinentAsia
Flight typeIntercontinental flight
Largest AirportParo Airport (PBH)
CityParo
Websitehttp://www.paroairportairline.com
Phone+975 8 271 403
National AirlineDruk Air

Choose one of the country’s destinations:

  • Paro
  • Thimphu
  • Trashigang

  • Last minute flights March 2023: competitive flight ticket offers

    Do you want to buy a cheap flight to Bhutan? That is not very complex. We have a few tips: look for deals from lowbudget airline, book early in the season (early booking discount), set a price alert for last minute deals and limit the luggage. By choosing a comparison platform like Kiwi.com you receive the cheapest flights to Bhutan. This can be done e.g. with airlines such as Turkish Airlines (TK), Etihad Airways (EY) and SriLankan Airlines (UL).

    Which departure months are recommended?

    • January 2023: cheap month to fly and have a holiday.
    • February 2023: an excellent idea for spring break.
    • March 2023: package holidays including hotel and rental car.
    • April 2023: during a city trip you can enjoy the city of Paro.
    • May 2023: enjoy the ultimate comfort in an all-inclusive resort.
    • June 2023: book a flight and hotel deal for a low price.
    • July 2023: it is wise to book 20 – 24 weeks before the summer holidays.
    • August 2023: During this period, many families opt for cheap flight vacation packages.
    • September 2023: the offers of last-minute flights change on a daily basis.
    • October 2023: a wonderful destination for an autumn holiday.
    • November: 2022: go away for 1 or 2 weeks during the winter holidays.
    • December: 2022: chasing the winter sun during the Christmas Holidays!

    Compare Bhutanese airlines

    1. KLM (KL): book first-class tickets for ultimate comfort.
    2. Emirates (EK): extra comfort for business trips in Business class .
    3. Druk Air: cheap economy class seats for everyone.
    4. Turkish Airlines (TK): a delicious meal on board.
    5. Etihad Airways (EY): the inflight entertainment provides the necessary relaxation.
    6. SriLankan Airlines (UL): there is enough space for hand luggage.
    7. Qatar Airways (QR): you can easily check in your checked hold baggage in advance.
    8. Singapore Airlines (SQ): convenient online check-in and a boarding pass on your phone.
    9. Malaysia Airlines (MH): the flight attendants help you boarding and checking out.
    10. China Southern Airlines (CZ): extra cheap flying with children and babies.

    Local airport: Paro Airport

    A local airfield in this area is Paro International Airport. This is a medium-sized airport (at 2235 meters above sea level) that lies in Paro. Almost all major airlines offer their flights here. The address for navigation is: CC3F+7R Paro, Bhutan. Need more background information? Surf to http://www.paroairportairline.com. Telephone support via +975 8 271 403. You can fly here with airlines such as Qatar Airways (QR), Singapore Airlines (SQ), Malaysia Airlines (MH) & China Southern Airlines (CZ). The national airline is Druk Air.

    Good departure airports in March 2023

    • Paro Airport: the busiest departure airport in the country.
    • Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport (BWI): easily reserve a parking space in advance.
    • Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (PHX): by valet parking you drive home quickly after your return.
    • Kunming Changshui International Airport (KMG): customs and security are very well organized here.
    • Melbourne Airport (MEL): good instructions at the gates/departures.
    • Munich Airport (MUC): the spatial arrival hall / terminal is very pleasant.
    • Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport (BOM): easy transit by public transport, bus and train.
    • Haneda Airport (HND): in the app you will find the current arrival and departure times.
    • King Khaled International Airport (RUH): relax in the specials lounge (premium & business).
    • Adolfo Suárez Madrid–Barajas Airport (MAD): many nice shops for tax-free shopping.
    • Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport (TPE): you will find everything here for both the business and private traveler.
    • London Stansted Airport (STN): attractive airport where you can stay in a hotel near the airport.
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    What to see and what to do?

    Thimpu
    Thimpu is the Capital of Bhutan and is famous for being the most unique capital city of the world because of its untouched natural beauty. Thimpu is most famous for its cultural tours. The major tourist attractions in Thimpu are the museums and places of historic interest also the pristine natural beauty of the Himalayas.

    Tashichhodzong
    Tashichhodzong is a beautiful fortress located in the front of the SAARC building in Thimpu it is pink roofed. The annual 5-day Tshechu festival is celebrated in Tashichhodzong, it was built in 1641 by Shabdrung Ngawang Namgyal and reconstructed in 1962, by the Late King, His Majesty, King Jigme Dorji Wangchuck.

    Dechencholing
    Dechencholing is at a short distance from Thimpu, it is the Royal palace, residence of members of the Royal family it has sweeping lawns, ponds and willow trees, this beautiful three storied building is entirely traditional, both in its architecture and in its furnishings.

    Tangu Cherry
    Tangu Cherry dates back several hundred years it is a beautiful monastery. Tangu Cherry is an important landmark in Thimpu as it has great historical and religious importance, it adds to the rich culture of Thimpu.

    Thimpu Markets
    One can buy all sought of handicrafts items, woven shawls and decorated prayer wheels in Thimpu but don’t expect no big malls or shopping arcades in Thimpu.

    Bumthang
    The Bumthang valley is cold, high, and windswept, the region comprises of four valleys, Bumthang offers opportunity to visit temples and monasteries that have been hardly touched by the passage of time. Bumthang is cold and isolated place but rich in culture which is not seen anywhere else in the world.

    Jampa Lhakhang
    Jampa Lhakhang is an ancient temple which was built in the year 659 by the Tibetan King Songsten Gampo. In 659, Tibetan King Songsten Gampo ordered 108 temples built in a single day to pin down “The Ogress of Tibet” and at the same time, convert the locals to Buddhism.

    Chakhar Lhakhang
    The present structure, Chakhar Lhakhang, was built sometime in the 1300s. Previously, the site had been a palace of the Indian king Sindhu Raja.

    Wangdichholing Palace
    Wangdichholing Palace was built in 1857, the palace was the principal residence of the first king and was used by the second and third, the palace overlooks Bumthang Chhu (river), Wangdichholing Palace has a simple structure with no grand embellishments and is unlike many other palaces in Bhutan.

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