Rich culture, scenic beauty and a plethora of myths and legends are encapsulated within the beautiful Paro valley and high on the cliffside in ‘Tiger’s Nest’ Monastery. Reigning in white glory at the northern end of the valley and with glacial water plunging through deep gorges, Mount Jomolhari provides the area with a strikingly picturesque backdrop. One of the best Bhutanese towns to explore on foot, in Paro you will find colourfully painted wooden buildings, some of Bhutan’s oldest temples and monasteries, the National Museum, as well as the country’s international airport.
COMO Uma Paro
Located among a pine forest in the heart of the Paro Valley, this charming hotel effortlessly combines contemporary comforts with traditional Bhutanese style. Enjoy Asian-inspired treatments in the COMO Shambhala Retreat spa, tak [...]View Hotel
Located in a forested valley with dramatic views of towering, snowcapped peaks, Amankora Paro is the largest of the five Amankora lodges, boasting 24 suites with a distinctive mix of luxurious comforts and wood-panelled interiors [...]View Hotel