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3-Nights Highlight Tour of Bhutan from Paro
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Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
Paro, Bhutan
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Reviewed 4 days ago

Excellent way to learn as to how the administration and religion can be together and work for the welfare of the people.

Thank Pradeep K
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Of the Dzongs which I visited this one was probably the most underwhelming given that: a) in the temple most of the paintings were covered up given they are trying to preserve and then restore them and b) the Buddhas were not as impressive as...More

Thank EkeneE
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This Dzong is smaller in size compared to the one in Punakha. There is an orange tree bearing fruits outside the dzong. After visiting the dzong, we had a lovely walk in its compound to the wooden covered bridge. We also saw the King's residence...More

Thank Kim025Singapore
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

It is an excellent place to learn how a country is run harmoniously with an administration and monastics working together, perhaps that's why the country is such a beautiful one with lovely people, with the intent of benefiting everyone. Inside the Dzong houses the tallest...More

Thank Victoria900
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

A majestic structure standing in the bank of Paro chu(river), This is the first one you will see after landing in Bhutan. A historic one also. Easily accessible from National Museum. With a guide you will get to know every detail of the Dzong. You...More

Thank Tarek K
Reviewed 2 August 2017

A must visit of paro and a beautiful dzong with a great view of paro city. No entry fee for this fort. The only condition is you need to cover your head and wear full sleeve top. Beautifully built and a perfect tibetan architecture. Best...More

1  Thank Lalbahadur
Reviewed 30 July 2017 via mobile

Interacted with kids at monastery. Had great time conversing with them. Quiet and peaceful place. Reccomended.

Thank Saurabh G
Reviewed 20 July 2017 via mobile

When travelling to Bhutan, this is a must visit. And since it is located in Paro, the Dzong is easily accessible. You can take a guided tour to the fort or simply walk about by yourself. The best part about the Dzong is the view...More

Thank RajikaTalwar
Reviewed 17 July 2017 via mobile

I, along with my tour guide Sajan Rai and driver K. Ram Rai of Heavenly Bhutan Travels arrived in downtown Paro at dusk ~ trekking to Taktsang, exploring the Paro valley and trying on the kira and playing some archery. I was on my to...More

Thank Eva A
Reviewed 11 July 2017

Hard to miss this massive fortress in Paro - You will see it when you thread your way by car or plane down the canyons around town. Home of both an active court and an active monastery (with lots of playful young, red clad monks),...More

Thank Paul J
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Rcboy B
31 August 2017|
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Response from Tarek K | Reviewed this property |
its the national museum which is closed for maintenance...not the Dzong...the museum is currently operating in a separate building...but Rinpung Dzong is open to visit....
25 June 2016|
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Response from TartanWanderer | Reviewed this property |
Hello - if you have visa questions I suggest you look at the relevant Embassy website. The main airport is at Paro. I hope that helps.
6 June 2016|
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Response from ravishankar79 | Reviewed this property |
Hello, august is rainy season, you have to make walk of around15 km for tiger nest on hills, if season is bad i think it is difficult. Rest place can be visited..... anyway good luck for the journey...