How to reach Paro from Bangalore
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Bangalore to Paro distance
|By Air||By Road||By Train||By Sea|
|Bangalore to Paro||-||55.0 hours||-||-|
The Silicon Valley of India is well connected to the rest of the world and the rest of India. Bangalore is one of the newer metro cities and has excellent connectivity both in India and outside India. One can easily go from Bangalore to Paro as the connectivity between India and Bhutan has always been great.
By Air: Druk air and Bhutan airlines do not operate from Paro International airport to Bangalore, and as such, there is no Bangalore to Paro flights. Alternatively, one can travel from Bangalore to Bagdogra and then catch a flight from Bagdogra to Paro. One can also catch a flight to Guwahati airport and take the train to New Alipurdar and then further travel by road which is much more exhausting.
By Rail: There are no railway networks between India and Bhutan, and therefore it is impossible to reach Paro by rail from Bangalore or any other part of the country. One can take a train from Bangalore to Kolkata. The 1900+ km journey will take 30-34 h to complete, and one can then catch another train to Hasimara and then carry on by road to enter Bhutan and travel to Paro.
By Road: The distance between Bangalore and Paro is 2690 km. The journey from Bangalore to Paro is of more than 55 hours and is an incredibly taxing endeavour. For people with enough time and resilience, the road trip may be an option, for the average tourist, the travel by road is not the best of ways to reach Paro, Bhutan.
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Hanchate Sudarsana Rao
Hanchate's 5 days trip to ParoWe had a wonderful experience with Bhutan trip. The hotels arranged were of good hygiene and with good facilities. The cab was very comfortable. The tour guide Mr Jambay Dorjee is an excellent professional and has made our trip memorable. He has got good knowledge and also very good nature. He was quite helpful and guided us quite nicely.
Shyam's 8 days trip to ParoIndeed it was really a great tour. I would like thank Mr. Yogi for the kind of plan and approach he designed in making our trip ease. We just believed him and the things fell right on the place. Also, I would like to thank Mr. Karma, pilot of our vehicle, who guided us and have shown and explained many memorable locations in the entire trip. The way he explained about the culture and traditions of the country is very excellent. Thr trip was fantastic and fell on the right tracks as per itenary. Hotels and stay were satisfactory. We have enjoyed a lot within our budget. Thank you Mr. Yogi for all your services and pro activeness. Would definitely recommend Flying Fox if anyone is planning to travel from our place to Bhutan. Hope to interact with you again.
Sahana Shetty Chirag Bhandary
Sahana's 7 days trip to Paro1st of all I would thank tour manager Mr Ramesh for being so much reachable.The trip was organised in a planned manner.The driver was very much knowledgeable about Bhutan and that made us to know more about the place .He was very welcoming and we enjoyed our trip to Bhutan. Paro was the best town we visited on our trip and Tiger best was undoubtedly the best place . This trip will truly be memorable to us in every aspects.We discovered nature at its best during this trip.
T's 7 days trip to ParoEnjoyed the Bhutan tour thoroughly with dream caster tours n travel, hotels provided were top notch with best services specially the food and customised with our requested . Places visited were worth seeing for lifetime and very flexible with the itinerary. Incomplete without mentioning Mr. Rikesh our tour driver cum guide also a good friend as the trip progressed who comes with lots of patience, information and a well wisher suggesting worth visit places and guide us with his best knowledge made our trip more memorable. Mr.Sudan tour manager took good care at every place with his friendly nature. Sushmita who would help us to make this tour happen without chaos. I vouch a beautiful experience with dream casters for Bhutan. Happy stay . Tiger nest, river rafting, punakha river places at timphu
Sujisan's 6 days trip to ParoReally really a very good memory created by sunshine travels....the trip went as per itenary without any change or skip....cab n driver perfectly comfortable...hotels we stayed were extremely good ,clean n hygiene except in thimbhu ..the Amaas suite... remaining all were so good n we enjoyed great.
Aditi's 6 days trip to ParoSuper amazing tour with great experiences! Thanks for organising it so well
Nepra's 6 days trip to ParoThe Trip arrange by KNG was good The Driver David was happy going person. Hotels were away from market area. Something which we disliked was we were asked to take a guide which created interference in our honeymoon trip and also the car from Bagdogra to Bhutan gate is an Indian car which was not informed earlier
Potdukhe's 8 days trip to ParoOverall it was a very nice trip.Driver cum owner Mr Ramesh was extremely courteous ,punctual and sincere.He gave us all the information prior to our arrival at Bhutan.Hotels were good.An excellent service. Dochula Pass and Simply Bhutan
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Bikashkmr's 7 days trip to ParoVery good experience Paro and dochula pass is too good
Bagdogra international airport
Anuja's 7 days trip to ParoMy overall experience was pleasant. Car and driver provided exceeded expectations
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FAQ's of Paro
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The springtime from March to May and the autumn season from September to November are the best seasons to visit Paro.
The Bhutanese Ngultrum (Nu) is the official currency of Paro and rest of Bhutan. However, Indian rupee notes and coins other than the newest 500 and 2000 rupee notes are not accepted.
Paro has the sole international airport of the country, as well as the significant monastery of Taktsang. Together, these two make Paro very important in Bhutan tourism.
One can visit all the other monasteries like Rinpung Dzong, Dungtse Lhakhang and the National Museum. In activities, there are trekking and biking routes to explore the wilderness of Bhutanese Himalayas.
Yes, there are roadways to Paro from India via Phuentsholing border. There are buses and cabs from the border area that drop passengers to Paro.
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