Paro holidays

The paradigm of heaven on earth extending from the lucid Paro Chhu and the Wang Chhu rivers to the magnificent Mt.Jomolhari placed at the northern end of the glacier is fringed with fertile rice fields and comated with deep Paro valleys. Vacations to Paro ensures rejuvenating oneself by taking a break from a fussy city life and adoring the mesmerizing scenery under the resplendent valleys and green lush forests occupied with crystal clear river water. Paro is a paradise for the travelers seeking almighty as the land is recorded to have over 155 temples and monasteries holding a significant place in history as well. Arguably, the most renowned Taktsang monastery (also known as the tiger’s nest) is a must visit place as the Buddhist sacred monastery is loaded with tremendous architectural work and the arduous runway towards cliffside temple making the journey merriment. The sacred land is also home to Kyichu Lhakhang, the oldest temple in Bhutan built in 7th century by Tibetan emperor signifying the emergence of Buddhism in Tibet civilization. Along with temples and monasteries, a travel package to Paro also includes a visit to the national museum established in Paro Ta Dzong depicting the progress in the artwork of Bhutanese. The presence of majestic Mt. Jomolhari also attracts the adventure buffs with its venturesome treks. Explore the gateway of last Himalayan kingdom with our wide range of travel packages to Paro.

Holidays to Paro

The gateway to Bhutan is loaded with innumerable temples and monasteries, gratifying adventure sports and countless pulchritudinous sites.With our miscellany number of Holiday packages to Paro spend some ravishing days of your life in the land with paradisal beauty. Paro is nestled against the magnificent Mt. Jomolhari offering several escapading activities to the adventure buffs and also enhancing the beauty of the exquisite nature valley. Plan Holidays to Paro to witness the prosperity in Bhutanese culture and their graceful architectural work successfully depicted in the renowned Rinpung Dzong, Kyichu Lhakhang, Taktsang Monastery and Ta Dzong.