The most coveted town of Paro enfolds within itself the rich cultures, breathtaking scenic charm, timeless myths and legends and major Paro Bhutan sightseeing places. Located on the banks of glacial fed Paro River, Paro is the abode to Bhutan’s oldest monasteries and temples, National Library, and Bhutan’s only International Airport. Mount Jhomolhari reigning in the northern end of the valley and breathtaking landscapes offer the best Paro sightseeing alternatives. The engrossing and lush green valley of Paro is the country’s most fertile region that yields a large amount of red rice.
Being the most coveted destination, there is no dearth of best hotels in Paro. If you’re looking for luxury with homelike ambiance, you can choose to stay in best resorts in Paro Bhutan. Due to a huge number of accommodation alternatives to choose from, you can even get budget hotels in Paro Bhutan at lucrative discounts, excellent services, and amenities. You can book your accommodation online prior to your visit, if not, you can consult a travel agency so that they can provide you accommodation at best deals. You can do the booking based on the reviews about hotels in Paro with tariff details provided online.
The country’s only International Airport is in Paro. Traveling to Paro by air would be the most convenient method of accessibility. Once you reach Paro, you need to avail Bhutan car rental services for accessing Paro sightseeing places, reaching your hotels, and for the airport transfers.
Paro is a beautiful Bhutanese valley which is adorned with rich culture, scenic beauty and hundreds of myths and legends. It is also popular for many sightseeing places like:
Tiger’s Nest Monastery was blessed and sanctified by Guru Rinpoche in the 8th century. It stands on a cliff above a beautiful blue pine forest and rhododendrons being the most sacred religious site.Book Now
Chele La Pass is the highest motorable pass in Bhutan. It is situated at an elevation of 13000 feet with the stunning views of mountains and the green valley.Book Now
Rinchen Dzong means “Fortress on a Heap of Jewels” was a meeting hall but now houses both the monastic body and district government offices. It was built in 1644 to protect Paro from Tibet.Book Now
This temple was built in 1525 in the main town by Ngawang Chogyel. This old shrine preserves the ancient war artifacts, the future Buddha, Jampa and the local protector, Gyenyen.Book Now
This small temple is home to a magnificent statue of Sakyamuni Buddha which was placed in the temple for overnight safety. When it came to removing, it proved impossible. So it became the ultimate feature of Bhutan.Book Now