How to reach Paro from Mumbai
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Mumbai to Paro distance
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Mumbai is the financial capital of India and is one of the busiest cities in India. The city is well connected to the whole world and to all parts of India as it is one of the biggest centres for migration and tourism in India. The city is well-connected, and all modes of transport are available to take people to and from Mumbai.
By Air: As the Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport of Mumbai is connected to the Paro International Airport, people can hop on a flight to reach the destination. With the official carrier of Druk Air, one can cover the Mumbai to Paro distance of around 2612 kms in approximately 3 hours.
By Rail: There are no railway lines connecting the countries of India and Bhutan and as such it is impossible to reach Paro by train from any part in India, let alone Mumbai. One can alternatively catch a train to Kolkata or Siliguri and from there change for road transport to reach Paro. The journey from Mumbai to Kolkata is about 28-32 hours and from there on one can catch another train to New Jalpaiguri or Hasimara and then take a bus or auto reach the border.
By Road: Mumbai is very well connected to all the parts of the country, and as such, it is possible to reach the Bhutan border by road and then carry on into the scenic country of Bhutan and reach Paro. The distance by road from Mumbai to Paro is 2664 km and is an at least 49 h long journey. It is quite evident that the journey by road is only for the most dedicated of travellers with enough free time to complete the journey purely by travelling by road.
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Trip to BhutanExcellent service Tour Guide was excellent and highlite of trip is Tiger nest trek in PARO
Trip to BhutanBhutan INC has been really kind, helpful and co-operative through out our journey. The cab driver had good knowledge and was able to brief us about the various places we visited during our trip.
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Trip to BhutanThe driver cum guide Mr.Sonam Tenzing is a superb person. All the hotels provided were good and were spacious. The person Mr.Samir is a very polite person and helped me out during the entire trip with whatever help required. Our Hotels were : Thimpu - Peaceful Resort (Nice ambience and Big rooms with average food) Paro - Base Camp (Nice Rooms & Best Food) Punakha - Punakha Residency (Nice Rooms with average food) Phuntsholing - Hotel Park
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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.
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.
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.
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.
The springtime from March to May and the autumn season from September to November are the best seasons to visit Paro.
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