The topography of Bhutan is dotted with undulating mountains & lesser hills & sloping valleys, which slim down the chances of laying down railway tracks throughout the kingdom.
However, the country is well connected through a system of road networks, which snake through the plains as well as the high altitude regions.
In the year 2003, a total of 8,050 kilometers of the road network was laid down (paved & unpaved).
The entry point to Bhutan starts from the neighboring Indian town of Jaigaon, extends further taking you to the capital of Thimphu.
A highway channel in Bhutan connects the major destinations in Bhutan like Thimphu, Paro, Haa, Punakha, Jakar & Trashigang to the bordering town of Phuentsholing.
Trashigang is also connected to the Indian state of Arunachal Pradesh.
Generally, tourists are offered a reserved system of transportation throughout their tour. We see to the safety and comfort of the passengers. However, public buses are spacious & comfortable too.
There is just one international airport in Bhutan. The Paro International Airport is one of the highest airports in the world. Druk Air, Buddha Air & Bhutan Airlines are the national carrier airlines connecting Bhutan to Kolkata, Kathmandu, Delhi, Bagdogra, Jakar, Guwahati, Dhaka, Mumbai, Singapore & Bangkok.
Flights to Bhutan are said to be one of the most beautiful ones as the aircraft flies over lofty Himalayan peaks offering you breathtaking visuals.