Flight to Paro airport in Bhutan is world famous for two main reasons. The first is the unusual landing procedure during which plane maneuvers dramatically in the narrow valley before making it to the runway. Paro is rightfully considered as one of the most daring international airports in the world. Second and much more interesting feature of the flight is the stunning mountain panorama which you can see when flying from Delhi and Kathmandu in good weather conditions. In this article we will tell you what you can see and how to enjoy the experience to the maximum!
Short answer for this question is simply NO, YOU CAN'T. As of now, tourists are not allowed to operate any type of UAS (Unmanned Aerial System). You might discover some photos and footage from Bhutan apparently made using drone elsewhere, including the official Tourism Council of Bhutan commercials but it was either made illegally or before the drones were banned by Bhutan Civil Aviation Authority (BCAA). Originally the ban was complete for everyone. Since June 2017, the BCAA issued new set of rules which we will discuss below.