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People also call this place the Tiger’s nest. Another name of Paro Taktsang is Taktsang Palphug Monastery. Today, Paro Taktsang is the best known of the thirteen Taktsang or “tiger lair”. It’s an elegant structure built around the cave in 1692 and has become the cultural icon of Bhutan.
Bhutan is a landlocked country in Asia, one of the smallest states located in the Eastern Himalayas. Bhutan is bordered by China in the north and India in the south.
How to visit Paro Taktsang Monastery from India?
If you plan to visit Paro Taktsang Monastery from India, it’s better if you order some north India tour packages from a local Indian travel company. Commonly, the destination to Paro Taktsang is listed in the package. There are also many travel agents in Delhi India that offer you Bhutan tour packages.
If you are traveling from North India, you can consider reaching Delhi, Kanpur, or Ranchi. In addition, there are direct flights from Kolkata to Paro in Bhutan. You can also reach Hasimara by train, a small town in the Jalpaiguri District of West Bengal. There is about a distance of 17 KMs to the Bhutan Border. The last option is reaching Jaigoan by taxi or bus, the Indian town touching Indo-Bhutan Border.
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