An Exotic 4-Day Paro Valley Venture

An Exotic 4-Day Paro Valley Venture


Are you opting for an incredible hill station in Bhutan to witness a perfect brew of composure and thrills? If you’re all set to explore that, explore Paro, a scenic, lively valley town in the west of Thimphu, the capital of Bhutan. Plan your holidays in this beautiful valley town with your loved ones with budget-friendly tour packages.

Avail of accommodations of a wide range at cost-effective prices. You can book Paro local sightseeing packages from your hotelier. Get premium, 3-star hotels at Paro Bhutan in prime locations. Get hotel rooms offering pictorial landscapes of the Mighty Himalayas.

This blog shares a 4-day Paro Valley Bhutan holiday plan that you can map out with your family, friends, or romantic partner or you can be on a solo venture. A promising range of holiday packages is there for Paro Valley tours for 5 days, 6 days, 7 days.

Here’s an exclusive 4-Day Paro Valley Bhutan trip plan. Holiday packages for Paro are customizable.

Day 1 – You’ll be picked up in a car by your tour guide or a driver will pick you up in a private car sent by the hotel you’ve booked in Paro. Board a flight connecting Paro International Airport.

Or, you can enter Paro via Jaigaon-Phutensholing road through Thimphu. For that, you have to stay one night in Thimphu for a hassle-free transport experience. Car hire assistance is a common exclusionary amenity provided by hotels for sightseeing visits and airport shuttles.

Complete your check-in formalities, spend some time at your own pace. Enjoy meals at a multicuisine restaurant in your hotel, and leave for local sightseeing visits.

Day 2 - After having an early breakfast, leave for Paro Taktsang, popularly known as Tiger’s Nest, which is about 20-30 min north of Paro Valley town. This sacred location is 900 m tall and is a collection of small buildings. Hike to this Temple is a popular outdoor/adventure activity, which takes nearly 4 hours or more.

Next, you can pay a visit to Chele La Pass, the highest motorable point in the Buddhist Kingdom of Bhutan, snuggly located at a height of 3,988 m, which falls between Paro Valley and Haa Valley, imprinted with Himalayan views in the backdrop. At this site, the Jhomolhari Peaks, Jichu Drake Peaks, Tsherim Gang Mountain Peaks, etc. are seeable.

Day 3 – Head out for the National Museum of Bhutan on the 3rd day, a cultural museum located above Rinpung Dzong, Paro River, Kyichu Lhakhang, Jangtsa Dumtseg Lhakhang, etc. Overnight stay at one of the best hotels at Paro Bhutan.

Day 4 – On the fourth day of your Paro holiday, you can explore the Paro Aiport Birdeye view and leave for departure. Get a seamless car hire experience, luxury hotels at Paro Bhutan, camping, and bonfire delights.

Explore the best of the Paro Valley holiday as your next holiday destination. All-inclusive tour itineraries cover hotel booking, outdoor sightseeing and recreation, meals, transfer, and pickup services, et al. Connect with a reliable, leading tour operator near you. 

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