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Bhutan Distance & Altitude Chart

Bhutan Distance & Altitude chart with Driving Time (in Kilometers)

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Paro (2200m)Thimphu54 Km1hr +
ParoHaa70 Km2.5 hrs
ParoPunakha / Wangdue130 Km4-5hrs
ParoPhuentsholing165 Km5-6hrs
Haa (2700m)Thimphu (via Chuzom)112 Km4hrs
Thimphu (2300m)Punakha71 Km3hrs
ThimphuWangdue Phodrang (Wangdue)70 Km3hrs
ThimphuDochula Pass (3,050m)30 Km45min
ThimphuGangtey, Phobjikha134 Km6hrs
ThimphuTrongsa199 Km7hrs
Punakha (1,350m)Wangdue13 Km45min
Wangdue (1,300m)Gangtey, Phobjikha65 Km2.5hrs
WangdueTrongsa129 Km5hrs
WangdueJakar, Bumthang195 Km6-7hrs
Gangtey (2,900m)Trongsa120 Km4-5hrs
Jakar, Bumthang (2,650m)Tang40 Km (approx)2hrs
JakarUra48 Km2hrs
JakarMongar198 Km7hrs
Trongsa (2,200mm)Jakar68 Km2-3hrs
TrongsaTingtibi105 Km4hrs
Tingtibi (600m)Gongphu45 Km2hrs
TingtibiPanbang85 (appox)4-5hrs
Zhemgang (1900m)Tingtibi16 (approx)40min
TingtibiManas (Bhutan)95 (approx)5hrs
Panbang (300m)Manas (Mathanguri) 150m11 Km40min
Gelegphu (280m)Guwahati, Assam 390 Km6hrs
GelegphuPhuentsholing195 Km4hrs
GelegphuPanbang (via Manas)190 (Approx)5hrs.
GelephuSamdrup Jongkhar 280 Km6-7hrs
Mongar (1600m)Lhuntse (1400m)75 Km3hrs
MongarTrashigang91 Km3-4hrs
TrashigangTrashiyangtse (1750m)54 Km2.5 hrs
TrashigangGomphu Kora (850m) 23 Km40 min
Gomphu KoraTrashi Yangtse 32 Km2 hr
Trashigang (1100m)Radhi (1400m) 21 Km1 hr
TashigangKanglung (1850m)22 Km1 hr
TrashigangRangjung (1150m) 16 Km45min
TrashigangDeothang (800m)162 Km6-8hrs
TrashigangSamdrup Jongkhar180 Km6-8hrs
Samdrup Jongkhar (250m)Guwahati (50m)100 Km3hrs
Phuentsholing (295m)Samdrup Jongkhar356 Km8-9hr
PhuentsholingThimphu175 Km5- 6hrs
PhuentsholingSiliguri, WB150 Km4hrs
PhuentsholingChalsa (Dooars), WB110 Km2 hrs
SiliguriBagdogra Airport15 Km1 hr
PhuentsholingKalimpong, WB179 Km5hrs
PhuentsholingDarjeeling, WB277 Km.6hrs
PhuentsholingGangtok, Sikkim230 Km.6-7hrs

Travel within Bhutan

Bhutan is a landlocked country with highs mountain and hills governing the topography.Which takes the water transport and train simply out of equation. Domestic flight from Paro (Western Bhutan) to Bumthang (Central Bhutan) have made its presence felt. And also project to connect via air to other town like Gelephu (Mid-South) is on the card. However, the main mode of transport is road. Despite high mountains, steep slopes, and the deepest of valleys Bhutan has a relatively well developed network of roads. That said, rarely will one find a length of either straight or flat road. In some stretches one can encounter 6 to 7 bends per kilometer! Steep ascents or descents, winding and narrow roads are characteristic of road travel in Bhutan and this can make travel much slower than one may be used to. Average speeds for road travel is about 45km per hour, with tourist vehicle taking frequent stops, the pace is slower. One is however handsomely rewarded for the long and sometimes tiring car journey by the spectacular views of towering mountains, lush green jungle, ancient villages and majestic monasteries.

The main motor road, run west-east with some several intersecting road that connects with southern border, leaving the northern part and many parts of the country accessible only by trek. The majority of roads are black topped but can still be bumpy and are almost always single lane. Bhutan’s drivers know their land well and are cautious and careful drivers. The density of traffic on most roads is normally low.

Tourist Transports: In these road conditions to ease the discomfort  and to keep the fatigue at bay, comfortable transport is the priority. At Wind Horse we regularly update our fleet of transport upholding comfort and safety at the pinnacle.Wind Horse guest can travel in Bhutan with medium-sized buses (20-22 seats), small buses (8-12 seats) , Vans (up to 5 guests, 1 driver & 1 Guide) or SUV and sedan cars.