Taktsang Palphug Monastery more famous as Paro Taktsang (Taktsang translates to 'Tiger's Nest') is a Buddhist temple complex which clings to a cliff, 3120 meters above the sea level on the side of the upper Paro valley, Bhutan.
Kanchenjunga is the world’s third highest mountain, with an elevation of 28,169 feet (8,586 meters). It is situated in the eastern Himalayas on the border between Sikkim state, northeastern India, and eastern Nepal, 46 miles (74 km) north-northwest of Darjeeling, Sikkim. The mountain is
Paro is sometimes referred to as the rice bowl of Bhutan. It is relatively wider than most parts of the country and has fertile paddy fields and apple orchards. Paro consists of ten administrative counties.
Whether you are looking for a day hike or a gruelling 31 day adventure, Bhutan has it all. Pristine mountain lakes, imposing glaciers and some of the world’s most endangered species await you in the mountainous amphitheatre of the Himalayas.