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About Paro

Paro, a mystical valley town in Bhutan, is a land of forgotten customs and virgin wilderness. From sacred gompas to fortresses, ruins, holy temples, and picturesque landscapes, Paro caters to all kinds of travelers. Bhutan has always kept its distance from the world and Paro is its one of the best hidden gems. It often skipped the tourist’s radar. But thanks to the backpackers, who have revealed its pristine beauty to the world that deserves all the praise. Hence, if you are looking for a vacation somewhere in the Himalayas with less tourist chaos, book a Delhi to Paro flights and experience the country’s sacred environment.

Best Time to Book Delhi to Paro Flights

Paro has a mild and moderate climate. Summers in Paro are hot and humid, with temperature reaching as high as 21℃ and winters can get down to -2℃. If you want to skip the freezing cold of Paro, it is best to plan your trip in summer (June to September) or between October and November, when there is ample sunshine.

Details About Delhi to Paro Flights

Looking for Delhi to Paro flights? At present, no airlines are offering direct or nonstop flights between Delhi and Paro. Hence, while traveling on this route, you need to book connecting flights with one or more layovers in Kolkata and Bangkok. It takes 11 hours and 50 minutes to reach Paro from Delhi by flight. Furthermore, only 12 flights are available on this route.

The average Delhi to Paro flight ticket price may cost around Nu. 29,245 for a one-way trip and Nu. 58,841 for a round trip.

The nearest airports to travel between the two cities are – Indira Gandhi International Airport and Paro International Airport (DEL-PBH). Here are some insights concluding fares for Delhi to Paro flights:

One Way Trip
AirlinesAirlines NamePriceAction
UKVistara + Bhutan AirlinesNu. 29,245Book Now
AIAir India + Bhutan AirlinesNu. 30,398Book Now
Round Trip
AirlinesAirlines NamePriceAction
KLVistara + BhutanAirlines, Bhutan Airlines + VistaraNu. 58,841Book Now
6EAir India + Bhutan Airlines, Bhutan Airlines + Air IndiaNu. 62,130Book Now

Best Restaurants in Paro

My Kind Of Place restaurant Paro

My Kind Of Place

Indeed a kind of place for all; this cozy restaurant is dotted with beautiful plant pots. It is run by a chef, who knows how to play with spices to exude a perfect blend of flavors and aroma. Their small platters of homemade noodles and traditional Bhutanese thali are highly appreciated.

Tou Zaiga Paro

Tou Zaiga

Tou Zaiga, a part of Bongde Goma Resort, offers an exquisite dining experience amidst a picturesque setting. The restaurant is surrounded by the green hills. Foods at Tou Zaiga are fresh as the ingredients are sourced directly from the local farmers. The menu features Indian, Bhutanese, and Chinese cuisines.

Soechey Restaurant Paro

Soechey Restaurant

Best known for its approach to Indian cuisine, Soechey is a small restaurant in Paro that is not only affordable, but also serves simple delicacies. Although it doesn’t focus more on ambience or decor, it does put flavors at the forefront. Frequent visitors relish their momos with spicy red chutney.

Best Hotels in Paro

Lhayhuel Resort & Spa Paro

Lhayhuel Resort & Spa

Location : 9CJM+VHR, Bonday Lam Rd, Paro, Bhutan

Price : Nu. 4,571

Pema Yengsel Hotel Paro

Pema Yengsel Hotel

Location : CCJ6+MC4, Paro, Bhutan

Price : Nu. 2,472

Gawaling Hotel Paro

Gawaling Hotel

Location : Jangsa, Bhutan, Paro, Bhutan

Price : Nu. 2,472

Places to Visit in Paro

Paro Taktsang Paro

Paro Taktsang

Also known as the Tiger’s Nest monastery, holds great significance as the holiest Buddhist site in Bhutan. Perched precariously on a treacherous cliff, this collection of temples requires a challenging 3-4 hour hike to reach. The trail itself is a stunning spectacle, adorned with vibrant Buddhist flags, striking red rhododendrons, and awe-inspiring vistas of the Paro valley.

Zuri Dzong Fort Paro

Zuri Dzong Fort

Zuri Dzong fort is one of the oldest forts in Bhutan, built in the ear;y 14th century. It not only carries the legacy of Bhutan’s rich cultural heritage, but stands as a testament of the country’s art, architecture, and lifestyle of the people back then. The walls are decorated with murals of the Buddhist protector Zaa.

Rinpung Dzong Monastery Paro

Rinpung Dzong Monastery

Rinpung Dzong Monastery is one of the ancient monasteries in Paro and is a must-visit attraction in Bhutan. The monastery, overlooking the verdant valley down is tucked in a hill and is backed by a snow-capped mountain. Despite being one of the oldest buildings, it withstood the test of time and proudly displays the country’s rich art and architecture.


  • What is the flight duration from Delhi to Paro?

    It takes 11 hours and 50 minutes to reach Paro from Delhi by flight.

  • Is there a flight to Bhutan from Delhi?

    Only a few connecting flights are available from Delhi to Bhutan’s Paro International Airport.

  • How much is a flight from Delhi to Paro in Indian rupees?

    An average airfare for a flight from Delhi to Paro costs around Nu. 29,245 for a one-way trip and Nu. 58,841 for a round trip.

  • How many flights are there between Delhi and Paro?

    There are a total of 84 weekly flights between Delhi and Paro, which means 12 flights daily.

  • Which Airports will I be using to fly from Delhi to Paro?

    You will board a flight from Indira Gandhi International Airport and land at Paro International Airport (DEL-PBH).

  • Is Bhutan expensive for Indians?

    Bhutan is one of the most affordable countries in the world. However, it also has the world’s highest tourist tax and that is 200$. But still, the entire country can be visited within INR 12,000 to INR 25,000, depending on the kind of luxury you want.

  • What is Paro famous for?

    Paro is a small valley town tucked in the Himalayan kingdom of Bhutan. This mystical town of only 11,448 people is known for its calm, serene, and soothing environment. It is surrounded by the green hills and is dotted with numerous sacred gompas, holy temples, and fortresses.

  • Which language is spoken in Paro?

    Dzongkha is the official language of Bhutan.

  • Can we go to Bhutan by train?

    Bhutan is not accessible by train. Visitors from Delhi and other parts of India can reach Guwahati and travel to Bhutan via Rangia, which is just 49 km from Guwahati. The Bhutan border is just an hour's drive from Rangia.

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