Paro Tourism

Paro is intensely picturesque and one of the widest valleys in the kingdom of Bhutan.

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Getting to Paro


Transit time: 5hrs from major cities

Cost ₹5,550 per person

Review and ratings

Marisha Dutta

Marisha Duttaratingratingratingratingratingrating4.3/5

2 reviews

Beautiful scenic little town

We went on a weeks road trip to Bhutan from Assam. The drive up from Thimphu to Paro was beautiful with the river running alongside the hills. Paro is a beautiful little town with colourful shops and eateries built in classic Bhutanese architecture. If you're looking for a relaxed and peaceful holiday, this is the place to be. There are a number of decent, affordable hotels near the town. The restaurants and bakeries serve mouthwatering and delicious food. The authentic Bhutanese cuisine is a must try for all the tourists. And don't forget to try the momos, my personal favourite would be the cheese momos. The people were very friendly and helpful. Travellers should do the trek up to Tiger's Nest. It's beautiful but you have to be mentally prepared as it is a long hike of about 2 hours both ways. You can spend a day exploring the local handicraft markets and the town. Overall, it was an amazing experience.

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Kashi nath Saha

Kashi nath Saharatingratingratingratingratingrating4.3/5

2 reviews

Picture Postcard Paro

100% Clean & Fresh Natural Air.
Loads of Apple Orchards.
Lush Greens.

Food, sight-seeing and shopping: Food Ok and Bhutanese Dishes can be experimented.
Shopping : Exhorbitant prices compared to Kolkata.

Activities & things to do: Listen to the sound of Water Stream of River Paro even sitting in Hotel Room.

Travel tips, How to reach, travel warnings etc: Reach by Flight, only Druk Air.
500 & 1000 INR Notes are not accepted.

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