Trip Facts

  • Duration:4 Days
  • Difficulty: Moderate
  • Best TimeAny
  • Holiday typeTour

About Paro and Thimpu Tour

After reaching at Paro through Drukair flight, 1-hour drive to Thimpu to enjoy the trip. It is a shot tour and anyone who has tight budget and want to hang out for relaxing Paro and Thimpu Tour is best choice. One of the historic Monastery is Taktsang Monastery, also known as ‘Tiger’s Nest’. To enjoy the spectacular view of the monastery we have to walk about 1 and ½ hours to the view point. Likewise, the eye catching Paro valley including the traditional schools of arts and crafts. Similarly, you can enjoy the game of archery, national game of Bhutan. Likewise, to insight into rural life the folk heritage museum is the best choice.

Trip Highlights

  • Explore Paro valley filled with tradition and arts.
  • Visit to historic and legendry Taktsang monastery (Tiger’s Nest).
  • Experience of Bhutanese culture and lifestyle of local people.
  • Explore best sights and monuments of small city Thimpu.


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Arrival to Paro through Drukair flight. 1-hour drive to Thimpu. After lunch visit to gigantic statue of Buddha with spectacular view of Thimpu town. Other sightseeing and visit to Tashichho dzong which conclude the Thimpu visit and drive back to Paro.

    Early leave from hotel to 4-5 hours hike up about to the Taktsang gompa (Tiger’s Nest). Afternoon visit to National Museum and Paro dzong, the castle monastery. On the way, visit Kichu temple one of the 108 temples built in the 7th century. Exploring the town in the evening time.

      Depart from Paro by flight or take 6-hour drive to land border in Phuntsholing.

        What's included


        • Government levy, all meals, tea and snacks, accommodations, transport, permits, visa fee, entrance fees, guide services and sightseeing.
        • Sleeping tents, dinning tent, toilet tent, sleeping mats, utensils, cook, assistant and pack animals.


        Air fares, sleeping bags (on trek), tips, insurance, drinks and beverages, laundry, phone / internet and other personal bills.