Tiger’s Nest Hiking Tour is a single day walking package starts from Paro and ends from Paro. The amazing views of Tiger nest monastery is the major attraction of Bhutan.
Jili Dzong is not massive in size like the other Dzongs in the valley. It is a small fortress built strategically on a ridge in the early 16th century to cater to the travelers . . .
You will start hiking (4-5hours) to Lungchuzekha Goenba (temple) through a forest of hemlock, birch and rhododendrons and large meadow, where yak hearders . . .
If you are up for a combination of visits to the beautiful Khamsum Chorten, the old hilltop temple Giligang and Punakha Dzong, with the opportunity to experience . . .
The trail initially takes you through a small village where the yak herders put up their camps in the winter. From here you continue upwards through mystifying old-growth . . .
If you wish to challenge your fitness level in the high altitude, the hike to Padtselling Temple offers a 2 – 2 ½ hours climb straight up the mountain. The temple was established . . .
Shugdrak is one of the four holy cliffs which every human being should visit during the course of their lifetime. The hike up to the temple is easy and the view from the top . . .
The hike to Dodedrak involves yet another struggle up the mountainside, but few hikes are as rewarding as this one in terms of scenic beauty and insights to Buddhist . . .
Far and deep into Tang Valley sits Thowadrak – the fourth holy cliff – which overlooks the entire Tang valley. This hike is a beautiful, yet challenging hike to a mysterious . . .