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Just 5 km from the main town of Paro this farm stay experience is a must-try in this region. Nested in the valley you can see high mountains under bright blue skies all around your campsite which is next to huge farms. The organic food right off their farms makes for delectable meals through your stay here. It is close to the Tiger Nest Monastery and we recommend visiting the famous stone baths that relax your body by releasing vital minerals when immersed in hot water. This is followed by a traditional massage and we all know how refreshing that feels Distance/Time from Guwahati: 499.7 km / 11 and a half hour drive
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More than five cliffs near 10km range.
Swim from the core of your heart.
let's go fishing!
Temp in Summer:15-20
Temp in Winter:0-5
An architectural and religious monument that barely hugs the cliff at 3,000 feet defying all logic for a grand construction of this scale. The ascent and descent takes around 2-3 hours depending on your fitness so start your day accordingly as the visiting hours are from 8 am - 6 pm. There are options to ride horeses and mules but we recommend doing that only if you can't do it physically or are a senior citizen. The monument has many divisions in it and it takes roughly an hour to tour the monastery. There is a cafe/restaurant along the hike up for rest and refreshments.
A 5-minute drive from Bondey bridge, at Dumsibu, sits this cafe with a magnificent view of the valley from a ridge. The restaurant 'NAB' bistro and brewery 'TAP' that have a traditional aesthetic combined with modern furnishings which makes it a very inviting setting. TAP serves 7 types of beers that are available in bottles and on tap. NAB is famous for experimenting with its menu and trying new versions infused with in house brews. It's a must-visit for folks who are into good food and drinks!
Located 35 kilometres away from Paro, Chelela pass is considered the highest motorable pass in Bhutan at 3988 meters. An early drive through dense spruce and larch woods to the pass is rewarding as you can witness the sunrise and on clear weather, visitors will be able to catch an amazing view of Mount Jomolhari at 7326 meters from the pass. Mountains and passes are considered sacred and are adorned with colourful prayer flags in Bhutan. The view from the pass overlooking at the valley is considered as one of the most picturesque for passes in Bhutan. With a panoramic view of the mountains and the clouds floating seemingly close, the fluttering of the prayer flags against the stiff mountain wind makes the pass a definite thing to do.