What to Do in Paro?Watch a cultural performance at Festival Ground, Ride through Paro Ta Dzong Biking Trail, Rafting, Kayaking, Chill out at Namgay Artisanal Brewery, Dine in at Park 76, Cross the Old Iron Bridge, and many more.
Tourists love to indulge in the various things to do in Paro, a place that is well known for its beautiful topography of mountains, terrains, and rapids. With several spots perched on clifftops, you will feel thrilled to either hike to reach these places or ride a mountain bike through challenging trails to reach their destination. Some other spots like TIger’s Nest, Ta Dzong, and Bumdra Monastery encourage a challenging trek to reach them. Those visiting Bumdra Monastery can make their trip even more fun by opting to stay the night at the Bumdra High Camp at an altitude of 3800m above sea level.
Paro also provides its visitors with options for several water sports. The presence of the river Chhu, with its different levels of rapids, has made it possible for travelers to choose between a kayaking trip or an adventurous white water rafting trip. Those wondering what to do in Paro Bhutan will feel delighted looking at the different options on offer. All tourists feel enchanted watching the open-air dance performances by locals wearing colorful masks.
For Beer lovers, a trip to the famous Namgay Artisanal Brewery to taste a few local varieties would be enjoyable. They may also opt to dine at Park 76, the well-known pub. A stay at one of the rustic farmhouses is also on the card for those who take pleasure in learning about the tradition, culture, food, and lifestyle of the local people.