Paro Valley has played an important role in the history of Bhutan. The glacier is unaffected by the pollution, contrary to many other other glaiers across the world. Serene natural beauty of the valley seems to fill the viewers' heart with joy. The valley had close relations with Tibet, which meant the establishment of several important buildings in the region. Phobjika glacier in the valley has been declared by the government a protected area. These monuments still hold immense cultural value not only for Paro Valley but also for the whole country. Near the Glacier is the Black Mountain National Park, home to rare black cranes and leopards. Craggy mountains and undisturbed calm are the highlights of the Paro valley. The splendor of the Paro Valley lies in the undisturbed calm of the region, the craggy mountains and the peaceful people inhabiting this place. Black Mountain National Park is the home of some rare creatures. The atmosphere of the Paro valley is of religious devotion. Paro valley is just a ideal Buddhist Tourist spot in Bhutan with spectacular houses which is also marked as the place with heritage buildings and museums. High Himalayas, has preserved its serene ambiance undeterred by pollution that has taken its toll on many glaciers around the world.
Popularly known as Land of the Thunder Dragon, Bhutan lies between China on the North and Northwest and India on the South, Southwest and East with the advent of 21st century, Bhutan became more open to promote its tourism possible and in the procedure introduce several beautiful travel options. Bhutan is a country well potted in its culture, the relations with the outer world being made slowly and hesitatingly so as not to disturb its age old traditions. Guru Rimpoche is said to have arrived on the back of a tigress and meditated at monastery overlooking Paro Valley. That monastery is now a sanctified shrine for Bhutanese pilgrims who travel from all over the land to pray at its temple. Some of the cultural landmarks of Paro include the Paro Dzong, the national museum, the Takstang Monastery and the Cheri Lang monastery. Travelers wishing to reveal the spiritual exclusivity, historical wealth, intrinsic society and perfect custom of western Bhutan, Paro has befall a favorite travel destination. Bhutan began receiving numbers of tourists every year with grew attractiveness of Paro valley.
Day 01:- Kathmandu to Paro by flight and overnight hotel.
Day 02:- Sightseeing tour in Paro and overnight hotel.
Day 03:- Paro to Thimpu and overnight hotel.
Day 04:- Thimpu to Wangdi and overnight hotel.
Day 05:- Sightseeing tour in Wangdi and overnight hotel.
Day 06:- Wangdi to Punakha and overnight hotel.
Day 07:- Punakha to Paro and overnight hotel.
Day 08:- Paro, Bhutan to Kathmandu by flight and overnight hotel.