Paro Tour Packages include tours of the historically overwhelming town. Paro is blessed with sites that are sacred, and buildings of very historical origin and the streets are dotted with these. Adding to all this, The Valley of Paro is broad and wide and can be called one of the most beautiful valleys in Paro, or the world in general. Nature-lovers and people who love flora and fauna and appreciate them, love Paro. The town is serene, quiet, and secluded, where people leave you alone for some personal time if you ask for it. The main roads and streets, which are studded with tall structures constructed out of wood, and bamboo, the shopping scene is great too.
The amazing rush, the feel of negotiating with locals(even though the prices are ridiculously low), the feel of everything that an extraordinary market can provide comes along with Paro. The “Golden Triangle” of Bhutan is formed of the many more-than-beautiful attractions for tourists in the cities of Punakha, Jakar, and Paro.
The town of Bhutan is also blessed with many sightseeing spots, such the monasteries. The Taktsang Monastery is situated on a hill, over 1000 meters above the sea level. This cliff on which it is located, and itself are together called the Tiger’s Nest and has become the unspoken image-forefront of Bhutan. Guru Rinpoche has originally built it for the sake of meditation, but it was carried on in the later years by gurus and students after him. This monastery is the pride and joy of the town and country and is one of the most visited monasteries in the world.