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Discover enticing deals and offers on customizable paro tour packages with Thrillophilia. Our specially curated packages unveil the charming beauty of these unexplored gems in the great Himalayan Mountain Range. Immerse yourself in the scenic mountain landscapes and delve into the rich culture and traditions with our special guided tours. Thrillophilia ensures your exploration is led by well-experienced and expert guides, providing in-depth knowledge about each destination. From the captivating scenery to cultural insights, our paro tour packages promise a comprehensive and immersive experience, making every moment of your Bhutan trip memorable and enriching.
The best part about these packages is the all-around coverage of all essential factors, starting from accommodation to transfers, breakfasts, and adventure activities. It does not end here, be it an outing with your friends, or an extensive family tour, Thrillophilia can take care of it all. Paro, a picturesque town in Bhutan, cradled in the Paro Valley, is a gem of cultural and natural beauty. For couples seeking a romantic getaway, our Paro honeymoon packages offer intimate experiences amidst the serene backdrop, creating unforgettable moments.
The town of Bhutan is also blessed with many sightseeing spots, such the monasteries. The Taktsang Monastery is situated on a hill, over 1000 meters above the sea level. This cliff on which it is located, and itself are together called the Tiger’s Nest and has become the unspoken image of the front of Bhutan. Guru Rinpoche has originally built it for the sake of meditation, but it was carried on in the later years by gurus and students after him. This monastery is the pride and joy of the town and country and is one of the most visited monasteries in the world.
Best Time For Paro Trip:
The best time to visit Paro, Bhutan, largely depends on your preferences and interests. For those seeking vibrant festivities and cultural immersion, the peak season from March to May is ideal, coinciding with the Paro Tsechu festival. The weather is mild, and the blooming flora enhances the scenic beauty. Alternatively, if you prefer tranquility and lower prices, the off-peak season from June to August offers lush green landscapes and fewer tourists. The shoulder seasons of September to November and December to February provide a balance, with pleasant weather, clear skies, and opportunities for trekking. Each season in Paro offers a unique charm, catering to diverse travel preferences.
How to Reach Paro:
By Air – The best way to reach Paro from India is by taking a direct flight. Several cities including Delhi, Kolkata, Guwahati, and Gaya offer direct flights to Paro International Airport. These flights take approximately 2 hours to reach. Airlines that offer these flights include DrukAir, Bhutan Airlines, Air India, Indigo, Vistara, and SpiceJet.
- From Major Airports/Cities: Kolkata
- To Major Airport: Paro International Airport
- Average Flight Time: The average direct flight time from India to Bhutan is approximately 3-4 hours.
- Airlines: DrukAir, Air India, Indigo, Vistara and Spicejet
2. Layover Flights:
- From Major Airports/Cities: Kolkata
- To Airport: Paro International Airport
- Layover cities: Bagdogra, Guwahati, Gaya, Delhi and Mumbai
- Average Flight Time: The average flight time for layovers varies depending on the route and distance. Connecting flights often range from 10 hours to 15 hours.
- Airlines: Emirates, IndiGo, SpiceJet
Places to Visit on Paro Trip:
Here are some of the best places to visit in Paro:
1. Jangtsa Dumtseg Lhakhang Temple: Among the top spiritual destinations on offer with Paro tour packages, the Jangtsa Dumtseg Lhakhang Temple is a sprawling fifteenth-century monastery. The Buddhist temple was constructed by Thangtong Gyalpo, a local saint who is believed to have established the attraction over the headstone of a demoness. Listen to fascinating folk tales, superstitions and stories of spirituality associated with the medieval attraction from a knowledgeable tour guide during your exploration. Relax in the calming aura of the monastery and spend memorable time with your loved ones.
2. Chele La Pass: Most Paro packages include visiting the Chele La Pass, renowned as Bhutan’s highest motorable road and one of the most adventurous locations in town. Admire the lush greenery of larch trees lining the narrow road as you drive through daring turns and incredible drops to reach Chele La. Located 3,988 metres above sea level, the pass offers thrilling opportunities for trekking, hiking and sightseeing. The natural wonder is a quick 35 kilometres away from Paro and attracts numerous visitors daily.
3. Tiger’s Nest: Renowned as the folk icon of Bhutan, Paro Taktsang or Tiger’s Nest is a majestic Buddhist place of worship and a must-included destination as a part of the thoughtfully- curated Paro vacation packages. Situated at a height of 10,240 feet above Bhutan’s Paro Valley, the temple can be accessed through an adventurous mountain route. With interconnected buildings and rock stairs, Tiger’s Nest offers an unforgettable spiritual experience. Admire stunning views of the valley, domes, rooms, statues and much more as you explore the cliffside attraction with your loved ones.
4. Airport View Point: Mesmerizing views of Paro Valley await at Airport View Point, an unmissable attraction you can visit with Paro tour packages. The point, which is the first attraction you encounter once you land at the Paro International Airport, offers unparalleled views of the entire region. Soak in the calming beauty of flowing rivers, quaint homes and mountains with a never-ending green cover as you stand at this easy-to-access sightseeing point. Stop here for a short while before you start your Paro tour with family and friends.
5. Paro Weekend Market: If you have a weekend included in your Paro itinerary, you surely need to visit the iconic Paro Weekend Market. Best known for its vibrant sights and enchanting smells and flavours, the market is among the top shopping destinations of Bhutan. From traditional costumes of the Bhutanese to everyday groceries like fruits and vegetables, the market has something to cater to everyone’s needs. Shop for souvenirs and authentic Bhutanese items like stamps and handcrafted prayer wheels as you relish local delicacies here.
6. Namgay Artisanal Brewery Tour: Experience the joy of exploring a microbrewery as you visit the Namgay Artisanal Brewery with Paro packages. Renowned for hosting the Bhutanese Beer Festival, the brewery tour offers unique drinks like the pale and dark ales, red rice lager, milk stout wheat beer and pilsners. Try their apple cider and learn more about the workings of a microbrewery from an expert guide. Discover the important role the brewery plays in enhancing local culture as you soak in the traditional flavors of Paro.
Things to Do on Paro Tour:
Here are some of the best things to do in Paro:
1. Local Monasteries: Paro vacation packages offer you the golden opportunity to explore the stunning monasteries of this ancient town. Situated amidst mountains and lush green valleys, the monasteries offer an unmatched spiritual retreat to those looking for a break from their stressed lives. Soak in the amazing views of nature as you explore the intricately designed interiors of these Buddhist temples. Meet the monks who reside here as they participate in their daily activities and learn fascinating stories about the attractions from local guides. The Rinpung Dzong and the Tiger’s Nest are among the must-visit monasteries of Bhutan’s Paro city.
2. Visit the National Museum of Bhutan: Discover the enthralling history and cultural traditions of Bhutan as you visit the National Museum of Bhutan as a part of your Paro tour packages. Established in 1968 in Bhutan’s old capital city, the museum is among the best attractions you can visit in Paro with family and friends. The structure is home to numerous artifacts and artworks that depict Bhutan’s past from Stone Age to modern times. Stroll through six storeys of the museum and explore various galleries, each dedicated to different eras of Bhutanese history. Spot bronze statues, ancient and medieval paintings, and Mahayanist Buddhist artefacts in the massive collections of the museum.
3. Shop at Paro Craft Market: Traditional Bhutanese jewelry, handcrafted carpets, local textiles, paintings and much more can be found at Paro’s iconic Craft Market. Be it local handicrafts, beautiful traditional clothing or local delicacies, Paro’s markets have a lot on offer for all tourists. Shop for Bhutanese boots, dried yak cheese, religious items like lamps, traditional locks, antique items and much more at the numerous shops of the weekend market. Famous shopping places in Paro, apart from Paro Weekend Market, include Chencho Handicrafts, Yuesel Handicraft Shop and Lama Tshering Dorji’s Shop among others. Learn more about Bhutan’s vibrant culture as you browse through various shopping spaces in Paro.
4. Visit Kyichu Lhakhang: Visit a majestic seventh-century Buddhist monastery, the Kyichu Lhakhang, with our specially-curated Paro packages. Composed of twin temples, the site was originally constructed by the Buddhist king of Tibet in the seventh century and later reconstructed in 1968. The attraction houses intricate murals of former kings, sculptures and statues of Buddhist teachers, and the relics of Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche, the Nyingma Buddhist Scholar. Soak in the spiritual calm of the monastery as you hear fascinating facts and stories about Buddhist activities in Bhutan and the monastery from a local guide. Click memorable pictures and spend relaxing time with your loved ones here.
5. Visit the Ruins of the Drukgyel Dzong: Drukgyel Dzong, The former monastery and fortress is standing in the hills, surrounded by lush green area and huge mountains at the backdrop.It was built to commemorate victory over Tibet in old times but destroyed by fire in 1950s. It is now under renovation and visiting the interiors will be off-limit.
6. Pray at Jangtsa Dumtseg Lhakhang: Offering your prayers at this ancient temple is one of the interesting things to do in Paro. Known for the numerous folk tales associated with it, this stupa-temple was constructed in 1421 by the saint Thangtong Gyalpo. The uniqueness of the temple is its chorten form depicting Buddhist iconography, which is a rarity in Bhutan and has a mesmerizing view.
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