Breathtaking and Fun Filled Tour of Paro
3 Night 4 Days
Paro in Bhutan
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Breathtaking and Fun Filled Tour of Paro
When it comes to planning any tour, people often tend to opt for exotic places to experience different cultures and meet new people. Bhutan is one such exotic place where tourism has seen considerable growth owing to its beauty. Bhutan is a land of surprises. Here, you will find rice red in colour and chillies are used as a main dish and not just as a seasoning ingredient. Buddhism is rooted deeply in its culture and tradition however it is a perfect blend of ancient and modern where monks check their smartphones after performing their divination.
Paro is a historic site with many historical buildings and sacred sites scattered around the place. It is also home to the only international airport in Bhutan. Paro is also the hub of adventure activities. With activities ranging from trekking to mountain biking to rafting and kayaking Paro can just up your adventure quotient.
To make your experience an unforgettable one, that too at a reasonable price, our Paro Travel Packages is the best deal you will ever get. The best places to visit in Paro are the Paro Valley, Drukgyel Dzong, Tigress’ Nest, and Chele La Pass.
You no longer need to postpone your desired trip to Paro merely due to costs because the services and fun activities that you will have during this tour will justify the cost completely. On this Paro vacation package, you will also have the luxury to explore the streets and the local markets and restaurants of Paro. Book Paro Holiday packages without wasting any time and relish the splendid views of Paro that await you.
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3 Night 4 Days
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Day 1 – Paro: Arrival, check-in at the hotel and sightseeing
When you set foot on the land of Paro, you will be received and greeted warmly by the representative of the tour agent. They will escort you to the hotel in accordance with your itinerary. This is a 3-star hotel. On your arrival at the hotel, complete the check-in formalities and brace yourself to enjoy Paro Valley and the ruins of Drukgyel Dzong. Paro Valley is well known for its transfixing beauty and widely spread rice fields. Hereafter, you move on to the ruins of Drukgyel Dzong. This used to be a Buddhist monastery of which only ruins remain today. This place was constructed during the years 1644-1649 to symbolize the victory of Bhutan over Tibetan-Mongol armies. If you are lucky to visit the place on a cloudless day then you will be able to view Bhutan’s holy peak, Mt. Jumolhari.
Day 2 – Paro: explore the Tiger’s Nest
Get up in the morning, enjoy your breakfast and embark on the trek to the Tiger’s Nest. Trekking to the site takes around 2 hours. This sacred Buddhist site is also called Paro Taktsang or Takhtsang Goemba. The site is built around the cave where Guru Rinpoche flew to on a tigress’ back and meditated here for 3 days. After a hatful of fun at this place, get back to your hotel and hit the sack to shed the weariness of the day.
The monastery does not allow taking pictures. So it is advised to put the photographer in you, on a leash.
Day 3 – Chele La Pass: The highest motorway in Bhutan
On your Paro 3 night 4 day package, you get to enjoy the tour to Chela La Pass. After your breakfast, embark on the tour. The Chela La Pass is at an elevation of 3988 meters making this the highest motorable pass in Bhutan. This is about an hour’s drive through thickly-forested roads which in itself is an excellent botanical splendour. Mt Jumolhari, Jichu Drake and other adjoining peaks can be viewed from this pass.
In the afternoon, enjoy a mesmerising drive to Drukgyel Dzong, a ruined fortress where Bhutanese warriors fought invaders many centuries ago. En route to the Dzong, you can get an amazing view of the snowy dome of Chomolhari, the ‘mountain of the goddess’.
You also get to visit Kyichu Lhakhang, which was built in the 7th century and happens to be one of the 108 temples that were built in the Himalayas by the Tibetan King, Songtsen Gampo
Day 4 – Paro: Departure
Since this happens to be the last day of your Paro 3 nights 4 days Package, enjoy a delectable breakfast and check out from your hotel. After which, you will be dropped off at the Paro airport to catch your flight back home. Board your plane with beautiful memories of Paro in your heart and hope to visit this spellbinding place again.
- pick and drop facility at Paro airport
- sightseeing as per the itinerary
- cab driver cum guide
- immigration and GST charges
- per day 1 single bedroom.
- The tour does not provide lunch and dinner::evening tea snacks
- any medical emergency or rescue cost
- no hard drinks such as liquor
- no mineral water at the hotel
- no soft drinks or juices
- no entry fee at any museum or any other building where the entry fee is required to be paid
- no specialized guide
- If you wish to take any such service then the expenses must be borne by you
Being a year-round destination, Bhutan can be planned at any time of the year. The four major seasons winter, spring, summer and autumn have their own charm and it’s entirely your call when to visit the picturesque country. So plan your Bhutan trip accordingly. Spring brings along the vibrant colours of the season carpeting the valley with new blooms. The summers are pleasant with the right amount of sun kissing the land while winters are really cold with snow covering most parts of the country.
Indian nationals do not need a visa to visit Bhutan. All you need is a passport valid for six months or a voter’s identity card which will permit you entry to Paro and Thimpu only. A special area permit from the RGoB in the capital city, Thimpu is required for visiting towns other than Paro and Thimpu. If you are entering Bhutan via road, then you need to present a permit issued by the office in Phuentsholing.
A scenic valley town located west of Thimpu, Paro is about 50 km via Thimpu Highway and is an hour-long drive from the capital. Home to the only international airport, Paro is the gateway to Bhutan for international tourists.
Bhutan is accessible from India by road through West Bengal and Assam. In Bengal, take the road to Phuentsholing from Bagdogra which is a stretch of 170 km and in Assam head to Samdrup Jongkhar from Darranga about 50 km from Guwahati.