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  • A stay experience in one of the best resorts in Paro is the key to a memorable holiday in Bhutan. Offering world class amenities and authentic Bhutanese hospitality, these resorts serve with the only objective to win hearts of their guests. Besides, there are great resort options in every budget category. So, whether you are someone who does not bother about money when it comes to experiences or you are out on a budget travel experience, rest assured, you will get the perfect accommodation option for yourself. Honeymooners, families, groups of friends, or solo travellers, the customizable services create ideal experiences for every kind of guests.

    These resorts have been constructed at the most scenic locations; you are bound to see magic of nature happen right in front of you while you are staying at one of these. Fall asleep to the sound of the wind singing lullaby in the enchanting valley of Paro and wake up to warm glow of the sun peeping from your window – the charm of Paro coupled with the comfort of these resorts will mesmerize you. Apart from that, grand vistas of the majestic mountains and green valleys await you at the balcony of your room overlooking the gushing streams flowing through the valley.

    Check out the list of best resorts in Paro below:


  • 01Rema Resort

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    This resort often manages to find the top spot when the best resorts in Paro are mentioned. The fame of Rema Resort is attributed to its classy ambience and well-trained staff that makes sure that the guests have a great time here.

     The resort’s structure is mainly made of wood which ensures an authentic Bhutanese experience.Since it is located on a hilltop, you can enjoy breathtaking scenery of the valley from up here. 16 rooms with three different categories are available here. If you are looking for a worth for money stay option in Paro, Rema Resort is an excellent choice. 

    Location: 2 km from city center, Paro

    Activities and Amenities: Traditional Stone Bath, Restaurant, Bar, Outdoor BBQ, Wi-Fi, Archery and Dart Game.

    Price: Starts from INR 3,000

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  • 03Bongde Goma Resort

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    Sitting against the scenic backdrop of lush green forest, Bongde Goma Resort promises a refreshing experience to make your trip to Paro all the more pleasurable. Accommodation options in the form of cozy rooms with captivating interiors are available here in different categories. 

    With great amenities and young staff that is available 24x7 to take care of all your needs, Bongde Goma Resort finds its name among the top-most Paro resorts. In addition, the resort also offers numerous amenities like sun terrace and garden to let you relax in the presence of nature.

    Location: 6 km from city center, Paro

    Activities and Amenities: Sun Terrace, Garden, Outdoor Fireplace, Restaurant, Bar, Wi-Fi, and Laundry.

    Price: Starts from INR 3,700

  • 04Town View Resort

    Staying true to its name, the resort offers splendid views of the town. If you prefer a touch of class at reasonable tariff, Town View Resort is one of the best resorts in Paro that fit the bill.The rooms are airy and are well-equipped with all modern amenities you may need on your travel. 

    When you come back to the resort after spending a tiring day of touring the valley, the incredible aura of the resort will comfort your body and soul. There are cycling trails near the resort which you can access by renting a bicycle from here. The resort possesses all the qualities required to render a resort great, so you must try this one out whenever you are in Paro.

    Location: 3 km from City Center

    Activities and Amenities: Bike Rental, Sightseeing, Sun terrace, Restaurant, and Wi-Fi.

    Price: INR 1,600

  • 05Tiger Nest Resort

    Named after the most prominent tourist spot in Paro, Paro Taktsang AKA Tiger Nest, this resort is a great stay option to enhance your holiday experience in this scenic valley. Tiger Nest Resort is the place where you get to experience the best blend of cultural heritage and luxuries.

     Since the property has been rated 3-star, you can expect top-notch services and facilities here. You can enjoy all modern facilities at this resort designed in traditional architecture. What makes the resort stand apart is the front porch with an open bar that overlooks the verdant landscape of Paro.

    Location: 7 km from City Center

    Activities and Amenities: Open Bar, Hot Tub, Restaurant, Fireplace, Business Center, Gift Shop and Wi-Fi.

    Price: INR 5,400

  • 06Udumwara Resort

     If you are somebody very particular about stay experiences, you will get to taste lavishness at this 3-star resort popular for its elegance. The resort complex boasts finesse inside out with sophisticated designs and captivating architecture. The accommodation options here are well-appointed and feature modular bathrooms with bathtubs. 

    From customizable suites ideal for couples to conference halls with all facilities,  the resort has every thing in place to serve all kind of guests. Furthermore, spacious balconies outside the rooms offer breathtaking views of the valley, making this one of the most sought after Paro resorts. Plus, there is a restaurant where you can avail Bhutanese, Chinese, Continental, and Indian food.

    Location: 8 km from City Center

    Activities and Amenities: Mini Library, Restaurant, Bar, Gift Shop, Business Center and Wi-Fi.

    Price: INR 7,600

  • 07Haven Resort

     A perfect treat for the lover of luxuries, Haven Resort is among the classiest resorts in Paro. The 5-star resort with great location offer panoramic views of the lush green Himalayan hills. 

    The rooms are laced with all world-class amenities and feature large windows and balconies to let you soak in the beauty of the Himalayan Kingdom that surrounds this resort.There are 22 accommodation options that include 22 deluxe rooms and 1 suite. From steam bath facility to conference facility, the resort can meet all your travel needs. Whether the purpose of your visit to Paro is business or leisure, Haven Resort can serve you well with a combination of impeccable facilities and well-trained staff.

    Location: 4.6 km from City Center

    Activities and Amenities: Bar, Spa, Massage, Thai Restaurant, Souvenir Shop, and Business Center.

    Price: INR 17,000

  • 08Dewachen Resort & Spa

    The best thing about this resort is that you can enjoy excellent facilities and services at very reasonable tariffs here. The resort is located a little away from the crowded areas, so you can rest assured about a tranquil experience in the lap of nature while you are staying at Dewachen. From the window of your room, you can gaze into the breathtaking views of the picturesque valley that is overlooked by the resort.

    The well-trained staff here displays professionalism and warmth to their guests, ensuring they have the time of their lives here. The exteriors and interiors of the resort premises exhibit traditional designs and vibrant colours. There 21 rooms in total, divided into Deluxe Rooms and Executive Suites.

    Location: Nemjo, Paro

    Activities and Amenities: Room Heating, Spa, Bar, Restaurant, Souvenir Shop, Business Centre, and Sightseeing.

    Price: INR 4,400

  • 09Tashi Namgay Resort

    The list of the best Paro resorts is incomplete without a mention of Tashi Namgay Resort, located opposite Paro International Airport. The resort, apart from pampering you with luxuries and comforts, offers a touch of the traditional Bhutanese culture through its structure and hospitality.

    This 3-star resort is spread across an area of 5 acres, and gives you ample space for relaxation in the form of spacious rooms and manicured lawn. The accommodation options are available in four categories, namely Executive Suites, Junior Suites, Deluxe Cottages, and Deluxe Rooms.

    Location: Opposite Paro International Airport, Paro

    Activities and Amenities: Dining Area, Spa, Bar, Conference Facility, Gym, Recreational Area, Event Management, and Sightseeing.

    Price: INR 4,700

  • 10Khangkhu Resort

    This is simply one of the most famous resorts in Paro owing to its great location. The resort is located on a mountain slope and lets you enjoy amazing views of the iconic structures of Paro, namely Paro Dzong and Taa Dzong. The complex exhibits the traditional Bhutanese architecture, but you will find all modern amenities under its roof. 

    Spend a couple of days relaxing and rejuvenating here, soaking in the beauty of the Paro Valley sitting out on your private verandah. With the high standard that the resort maintains and the seamless experience it offers, it becomes an ideal stay option for the visitors of the town.

    Location: 3 km from Paro Airport

    Activities and Amenities: Bonfire, Bar, Gift Shop, Spa, Restaurant, Business Center, Sightseeing and Hiking.

    Price: INR 4,000

  • 11Namsay Choling Resort

    Boasting a prime location near the iconic Kyichu Lhakhang Monastery, Namsay Chholing Resort is one of the best in the town. There are 40 accommodation options available here with 30 Deluxe Rooms and 15 Executive Suites. 

    With wide range of amenities, the resort ensures a refreshing holiday experience. Facilities like stone bath and spa will make sure a stay experience here soothes your body and soul. The large conference hall can accommodate up to 400 people. You can also indulge in hiking while you are staying here as there are hiking trails nearby.

    Location: Shomu Lango, Paro

    Activities and Amenities: Restaurant, Lounge, Bar, Spa, Stone Bath, Conference Hall, Event Management, and Sightseeing.

    Price: INR 2,500


Trekking in Paro

Camping in Paro

Resorts in Paro

Attractions

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Kichu Lakhang

The Kichu Lhakhang temple is one of the most iconic Himalayan Buddhist temple in Bhutan and attracts a huge tourist footfall owing to how old and beautiful it is. The temple was built in the 659 AD but its grandeur is still very visible.

Highlights: Since Bhutan is famous for its temple, you can't miss out on the Kichu Lhakhang which is just a short drive from the city of Paro. There are various additional buildings and a highly noticeable golden roof all of which was made in the year 1839 by the Governor of city Paro. There are prayer wheels around the temple and you can try spinning around the temple to worship the idol.

Location: Lango Gewog, Paro, Bhutan.

Timings: No official timings given by the temple but ideal to visit during early morning or evening.

Pricing: Visiting the temple is completely free of cost for everyone.
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Samtengang Winter Trek

Starting from Punakha, Samtengang Winter Trek is a short and considerably simple and easy trek to Wangduephodrang Dzongkhag with average altitude rising not more than 1900 meters. The climate is excellent and due to low altitude preserves warmer climate which is pleasant and soothing. The trekking trail is devoid of uncomfortable steeps and heights making the trail quite smooth for the amateur hikers.

The trail passes through rhododendron forest which is a delight to see especially in monsoon times. The region also posses dense vegetation with oak and maple trees and also the longest foot bridge of Bhutan. Villages like Sha and Chungsakha also falls on this trail. It is approximately 54 km in length.



Highlights
: Sha viilage and lifestyle of Bhutanese people based there.

Duration
: 3 days trekking tour.

Location
: Near Punakha, Bhutan

Best Season
: March - April, October to November. However due to low altitude it can be visited in winter too.
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Paro

Paro is the first must see location in Bhutan. It is a beautiful and magnificent valley that is enveloped by lush green rice fields.

Highlights: Paro is a historic town of Bhutan. It has several historic buildings and sacred sites that are scattered all across the area. Along with the Punakha and Jakar, Paro forms a ‘golden triangle’ of the prominent destinations of Bhutan. Undisturbed scenic beauty, craggy mountain hills, peaceful atmosphere and clean air definitely make it a must visit place in Bhutan. One thing that attracts several visitors to Paro is the Rinpung Dzong which is one of the most striking examples of a typical monastery of Bhutan. Dzong is known to host the festival of masks which is locally known as the Paro Tsechu. Making a visit during this time can be fruitful. Apart from this, the National Museum of Paro is another must see attraction which attracts several visitors.

Location: Paro is a small town situated in the Paro District in the Paro Valley of Bhutan.

Timings: Open 24 hours.

Pricing: Entry is free.
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Wangduephodrang Tshechu Festival

Wangduephodrang Tshechu is an annual festival introduced by Zhabdrung Ngawang Namgyal after the Dzong was completed. As per history, the dzong which served as the administrative centre got constructed in 1639 by the disciplined effort of Zhabdrung Ngawang Namgyal near Puna Tsang Chu. To celebrate this occasion, a 3 day festival was organized which is majorly attended by the natives of Thimphu and Punakha.

One of the most celebrated activities on this festival is Raksha Mangcham which is also named as the dance of the ox. Huge gathering assembles to see the beautiful act which concludes with the display of the Guru Tshengye Thongdrol where every onlooker fetch blessings and wash away their sins.



Highlights
: sight of Guru Tshengye Thongdrol

Festival time
: In the month of June

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Gangtey Monastery

Gangtey Monastery also known as the Gangtey Gompa is one of the major religious places of the Nyingma school of Buddhism. The history of the place can be traced as far back as the 17th century. The beautiful building is a sight to behold with colorful frescos adorning the walls and hundreds of carved pillars supporting the structure.

The complex has five temples which surround the central tower, all of which follow the traditional Tibetan architectural style. The region offers many Gangtey treks where you get to walk through tiny hamlets and villages and take in the dramatic scenery of the region before stopping at this historic building.

This is an excellent place to visit in Bhutan in December as you can witness the spectacle of black-necked cranes, who come to Bhutan to roost and circle the monastery three times on arrival and also before returning to Tibet.

Location: Gangtey Village, Bhutan

Timing: Daily, 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Price: Free

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