Paro is known as the home to the Tiger's Nest of Bhutan that is located in the Paro Valley and remarked as one of the most beautiful places in the country holding the only International Airport in Bhutan.
The famous things that make traveling to Paro justified and worthwhile for tourists are, it has 155 temples and monasteries since the 14th century. Adding to it, Paro has mesmerizing views and a natural landscape that is utterly alluring with one of the iconic monasteries named, The Taktsang or The Tiger's Nest that is situated over a cliff of Paro.
Some of the best places to sneak a peek in Paro are the Rinpung Dzong, National Museum of Bhutan and the Paro weekend Market for the Shopaholics. banks of Paro Chu river, Rinpung Dzong, Chele La Pass, National Museum of Bhutan, Tachogang Lhakhang Bridge, Drukgyel Dzong, Dumtse Lhakhang, Druk Choeding and many others alike, making the country a brilliant place to pay a visit by the tourists from within and outside the country.
To plan a trip to Paro, you have to abide by the climatic conditions that depend on the season you travel in. Choose the spring season to visit Paro because this time is dedicated to the blooming of the flora. You can also choose the autumn months of October and November when the skies remain clean and the breeze remains soft and cool.