Paro in Bhutan is valley worth exploration. Bhutan lies between India in the three sides and Tibet in the north and this mountainous Kingdom is also recognized as the 'Land of the Thunder Dragon'. The country is popular for its tranquil nature, varied landscape, cultural heritage, tours, and distinctive lifestyle and culture. This tour takes you to the charming valleys, monasteries, and rural villages, thus making it an ideal tour to get to know Bhutan's cultural lifestyle.
Paro tour would be the most momentous tour, when visiting Bhutan and easily the most unforgettable one. As the plane enters the Paro valley, we will see the Paro city Dzong overlooking Paro Chu (river) with Ta Dzong, once a fortified tower, but since 1967 it has been turned into national museum. The museum has a collection of antique Buddhist assets, work of art and Bhutan's wonderful postage stamps. Subsequently, we walk down the path to visit, Rinpung Dzong, meaning "fortress of the heap of Jewels". It was constructed in 1646 by Shabdrung Ngawang Namgyal, spiritual and temporal ruler of Bhutan. Today it runs Paro Monastic School and office of the civil administration.
Paro tour progresses as we now drive towards north of Paro valley to visit Drukgyel Dzong, the busted castle which once defended Paro valley from Tibetan invasion. If you are lucky enough and if the weather permits, you will be able to observe beautiful view of Mount Chomolhari from the village nestled below the Dzong. At the same time as driving towards the Paro valley, on the way you will visit Kyichu Lhakhang, one of the oldest and most holy shrines of Bhutan. Proceeding further, the road leads through the Paro Valley to the convergence of Thimphu and Paro rivers (Chuzom).
Paro tour is one of the most rewarding and cultural tour in Bhutan.Vista Adventure trekking makes it easy to go for Paro tour and have adifferent vision of what is really important in life.
Day 01: Paro (Arrival)
On your arrival to Bhutan (Paro city ) our representative will receive you and transfer you to hotel. At evening you will visit the town and market in Paro.
Day 02:Paro - Thimphu
Here you can visit the most celebrated Dzongs of Drugyel Dzong, Ta Dzong- which is a museum today and was ancient watch tower, Rinpung Dzong, or the Fortress of the Heap of Jewels, Taktsang Monastery’s which means "Tiger's Nest” monastery.
Day 03: Thimphu - Paro
In Thimpu you visit National National Library, which preserves ancient Buddhist manuscripts and the School of Thangkha paintings. We will also visit the Bhutan Arts and Crafts Centre and the Handicrafts Emporium and the Memorial Chorten.
Day 04: Paro (Departure)
After having an early breakfast, drive to the airport .
- Pick up and drop off from and to hotel .
- Entrance fee at Kirtipur.
- Private Transportation during the tour.
- Licensed tour guide.
- All government tax, VAT and service charges.
- Tips to Guide and driver.
- Any other costs not mentioned in the Cost Includes section.