One of the most attractive tourist destinations of Bhutan is Paro, one and only airport of Bhutan located at Paro. First you will get 'Chuzom' - means means where the rivers meets. There is confluence of the Thimphu River and Paro River. The Chuzom Bridge connects the four districts of Thimphu, Paro, Haa and Chhukha and this is most important point in terms of transportation of Bhutan.

          Main attraction of Paro is National Museum of Bhutan or Paro Museum is a cultural hub in Paro, was established in 1968 in western Bhutan. Many historical items and sculptures from entire Bhutan are housed here. Your next destination will be Paro Dzong, which is locally known as Rinpung Dzong. This is a grand structure standing in the bank of Paro River. Next go to visit one of the oldest temples in Bhutan, which is Kyichu Lhakhang. This is first Buddhist temple in Bhutan and it was built in the 7th century.

          You can make a whole day plan to visit Paro Taktsang or Tiger Nest or also you can make a half day sightseeing tour. You need to make a trek to visit the monastery, which is one of the main tourism attractions of Bhutan

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Accommodation in Paro

Number of budgeted lodges, hotels and resorts are available at Paro. Our associate hotel located on prime location of Paro, with great view of nearby and city. All rooms are spacious with all modern facilities. Currently we have total 8 rooms with 3 standard rooms and 5 deluxe rooms. 
We provides all facilities like ..
Attached bath
Room heating
Double or Triple bedded room
Cable TV in rooms

How to Reach Paro

Paro is easily accessible tourist destination and well connected with rest of the Bhutan through well maintained motorable road. It will take around 2 hrs. to reach at Paro from Thimpu. 
Paro also can be reached from Phuntshilling - the border town. It will take around 4 hrs. - 4.5 hrs to reach from Phuntshilling and distance around 165 km. Direct buses are also available from Phuntshilling to Paro daily, fare around Nu.150 (Rs.150).

Best Season to Visit Paro

Entire Bhutan can be visited throughout the year except monsoon, but best season for Bhutan tour is March to May and another best season is September to November. In winter Bhutan experience enough chill weather.

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