Paro Tourism

A perfect travel guide crafted as per 3 Lakh+ experiences in Paro

Place Name:
Paro

Languages spoken: English, Dzongkha

Area:
38394 square kilometres

Currency:
Ngultrum

Paro – The Most Startling Rendezvous with ‘Happyland’ Bhutan

Located in the picturesque, lush green and fertile Paro Valley of Bhutan, the historic and religious town of Paro can be your best bet for attaining deep relaxation. The seemingly endless heritage, culture and thrill on a trip to Paro are perfectly matched by the mesmerizing backdrops of Chomolhari Mountain, Paro River and terraced fields of red rice. A Paro Valley tour or a Paro festival tour should be on your mind if you are an avid trekker, nature admirer, honeymoon couple or a heritage lover.

Attractions on Your Way

  • Some of the best Dzongs (fortresses) of Bhutan can be accessed on a trip to Paro. The most popular of these on Paro Valley tour include Rinpung Dzong, Drukgyel Dzong and Ta Dzong.
  • The most fascinating experience on a trip to Paro is the expeditions to beautiful monasteries. Taktsang (popularly called Tiger’s Nest) perched on a cliff can enthrall anyone. Kichu Lhakang and Drakhapo monastic complex should also be on your list during Paro Valley tour.
  • Paro heritage trails also cover temples like Dungtse Lhakhang, Jangsarbu Lhakhang and Druk Choeding and historic structures like Ugyen Pelri Palace that come alive on a Paro festival tour.
  • Paro festival tour is a great opportunity to participate in Tshechu with amusing mask dance as the main highlight. Chomolhari treks, Haa Valley excursions and National Museum of Bhutan are other attractions of Paro festival tour.

Paro has Bhutan’s only international airport and good road connectivity favors the trip to Paro. Months from October to March are considered as the best for Paro Valley tour.

How To Reach Paro


+ Overview

Place Name:
Paro

Languages spoken: English, Dzongkha

Area:
38394 square kilometres

Currency:
Ngultrum

Paro – The Most Startling Rendezvous with ‘Happyland’ Bhutan

Located in the picturesque, lush green and fertile Paro Valley of Bhutan, the historic and religious town of Paro can be your best bet for attaining deep relaxation. The seemingly endless heritage, culture and thrill on a trip to Paro are perfectly matched by the mesmerizing backdrops of Chomolhari Mountain, Paro River and terraced fields of red rice. A Paro Valley tour or a Paro festival tour should be on your mind if you are an avid trekker, nature admirer, honeymoon couple or a heritage lover.

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Attractions on Your Way

  • Some of the best Dzongs (fortresses) of Bhutan can be accessed on a trip to Paro. The most popular of these on Paro Valley tour include Rinpung Dzong, Drukgyel Dzong and Ta Dzong.
  • The most fascinating experience on a trip to Paro is the expeditions to beautiful monasteries. Taktsang (popularly called Tiger’s Nest) perched on a cliff can enthrall anyone. Kichu Lhakang and Drakhapo monastic complex should also be on your list during Paro Valley tour.
  • Paro heritage trails also cover temples like Dungtse Lhakhang, Jangsarbu Lhakhang and Druk Choeding and historic structures like Ugyen Pelri Palace that come alive on a Paro festival tour.
  • Paro festival tour is a great opportunity to participate in Tshechu with amusing mask dance as the main highlight. Chomolhari treks, Haa Valley excursions and National Museum of Bhutan are other attractions of Paro festival tour.

Paro has Bhutan’s only international airport and good road connectivity favors the trip to Paro. Months from October to March are considered as the best for Paro Valley tour.

+ How To Reach Paro

How To Reach Paro


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