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    Transportation in Bhutan

    Transportation in Bhutan is relatively limited compared to other countries, but it is generally sufficient for tourists. Here are some of the primary modes of transportation in Bhutan:

    Private Vehicles

    Most tourists visit Bhutan on guided tours, and transportation is usually provided by us. Private vehicles, such as cars, vans, or SUVs, are the most common mode of transportation for tourists, offering comfort and flexibility. We will arrange a private vehicle with a driver for the duration of your trip.

    Private Vehicles


    Taxis are available in larger towns and cities like Thimphu and Paro, but they can be quite expensive. It's important to negotiate the fare before starting your journey to avoid any misunderstandings. While taxis can be a convenient way to travel short distances, they are not the most practical option for long-distance travel in Bhutan.


    Bhutan has a network of public buses that connect major towns and cities, but the service is not geared toward tourists. Buses are often crowded, and the schedules can be unreliable. While it's possible to travel by bus in Bhutan, it's not the most comfortable or convenient option for tourists.

    Local Buses

    Domestic Flights

    Bhutan has a few domestic airports, with the national airline, Drukair, offering flights between Paro, Bumthang, Gelephu, and Yonphula. Domestic flights can save time when traveling to remote regions, but they are subject to weather conditions and can be expensive.

    Domestic Flights

    Walking and Trekking

    Many attractions in Bhutan, like monasteries and temples, require some degree of walking or hiking to reach. Trekking is also a popular activity in Bhutan, with several well-known routes like the Jomolhari Trek, Druk Path Trek, and Snowman Trek, offering an immersive experience of the country's natural beauty.

    Walking and Trekking

    Please note that self-driving is not recommended for tourists in Bhutan due to the challenging road conditions and strict tourism regulations. Most visitors are required to book a guided tour package with a registered Bhutanese tour operator, which typically includes transportation, accommodation, a guide, and meals.

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