If you are planning for a vacation trip from Guwahati, Assam to a beautiful place with your friends and family, then you must come to Bhutan, which is considered to be one of the happiest countries in the world.
In that case AV Tours Agency is here to help you for your trip from Guwahati to Bhutan by road by providing travel tips.
- The easiest way to enter Bhutan from Guwahati, Assam is through the district of Samdrup Jongkhar. It borders the Indian district of Darranga, Assam.
- A journey of 3 hours covering approximately 150 kilometers would definitely be a great one as the views of the surrounding are eye pleasing.
- From there, you will be entering Bhutan through Samdrup Jongkhar and then towards Trashigang
- Then the following visiting spots waits for you – Bumthang, Mongar, Trongsa, Wangdue Phodrang
- After seeing all these mesmerizing spots you must move on towards the capital of Bhutan, Thimphu. It’s a long distance of 700 kilometers, where you can see some excellent local views on the road.
- From Thimphu, you can drive to Punakha Valley. The road is very curvy, so it would be better if you stop at several intervals. It is altogether a 2.5 hours drive. On the way to Punakha Valley you must stop at DochuLa, which commands a magnificent mountain view.
- You can drive for 3 hours and 46 minutes to reach Tiger’s Nest, which is also known as Paro Taktsang. It is a distinguished Himalayan Buddhist sacred site.
- After visiting Tiger’s Nest you can drive to Phuentsholing through the Thimphu highway. It is a border town and very close to Indian town Jaigaon. It would easier for you to return to Guwahati through this route.
- From Jaigaon, drive towards the Assam and West Bengal border which is Barobisha, from there you can easily drive to Guwahati.
- For any further assistance, you can contact AV tours to smoothen your trip from Guwahati to Bhutan by road.
Q. What are the documents required if we are traveling from Guwahati to Bhutan?
A. Basically, you have to bring your passport along with an identification card and don’t forget to bring your driving license and all the necessary documents of the car.
Q. I am not a regular passenger of cars, and I feel sick whenever I board any car. What can be done if I am going to Bhutan where the roads are curvy?
A. Well, our suggestion to you would be if you chew some chewing gums when in a car, it would make you feel better, and if you look at the road as if you yourself are driving the car then you are definitely going to feel better.