Day 4 : Morning transfer to Paro [143 kms/4 hrs]. Half Day Sightseeing at Paro
After breakfast transfer to Paro (Approx 2-4 hrs), covering some on way sightseeing. Every turn on the way comes with surprise and scenic view of the mountain and nature. Visit the historic ruins of the Drukgyal Dzong, built in 1647. Also visit Ta Dzong, one of the finest natural museums in South Asia. Rinpung Dzong which is in the same location as Ta Dzong, built in 1645 to defend the valley against Tibetan Invaders. Nya-mey Zam or “the bridge with no fish” is the bridge that connects Paro town to the dzong. It is one of the finest specimens in Bhutan and locals believe that if one sees a fish in the river, it is an ill omen. Paro's main street features shops on both sides, all crammed with brasswares, silk and cotton scarves, incense sticks, silver filigree jewellery, gho (Bhutanese National Dress for Men) which can be matched with elaborately embroidered boots, kira (wrap-around sarong worn for Bhutanese Women) and prayer flags that one could string across any open space to seek blessings for loved ones and friends. Overnight at Hotel in Paro.