Paro Airport Bird’s Eye View Point in Paro, Bhutan
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About Paro Airport Bird’s Eye View Point in Paro
A town in the Paro Valley of Bhutan, Paro is a place of many sacred sites and historical monuments throughout the place. With streets rich in decorated buildings, small houses and traditional architecture, Bhutan’s sole international airport, Paro is definitely is a significant part of Bhutan. “The most difficult commercial airport in the world”, Paro airport has only one runway. While making an entry towards the airport, you can see the enormously high peaks of Himalaya on either side. Since it has its runway carved amidst the mountain ranges, it becomes all the more difficult for the pilots to make way to a safe and sound landing.
The Paro airport viewpoint has an amazingly beautiful view to offer to the people. Paro international airport of Bhutan ranks stands among the top 10 most beautiful and stunning airports in the world and Paro airport view point offers a breathtaking view of the same. Bedded amidst the mountains, Paro bird’s eye view point makes sure that it has the tourists awestruck by giving them a wonderfully beautiful view of the airport from the top. With a perfect view of Paro International Airport’s runway, you can find yourself some more time if you want to see a plane land and take off.
Only 8 pilots are certified to fly the planes in this airport. As already mentioned, Paro airport in Bhutan Himalayan mountains offers the most difficult flights in the world. Since the airport is surrounded by mountains, pilots have to overcome the challenge of getting swiped away due to the heavy forces of wind. Besides the beauty of the inner streets of the city, the airport of Paro, Bhutan manages to top the tourists’ attraction. With a blanket of blue sky above, surrounded by the majestic walls of the mountains, Paro international airport of Bhutan is a sure treat for our senses.
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Paro Airport Bird's Eye Viewpoint In Paro
A town in the Paro Valley of Bhutan, Paro is a place of many sacred sites and historical monuments throughout the place. With streets rich in decorated buildings, small houses and traditional architecture, Bhutan’s sole international airport, Paro is definitely is a significant part of Bhutan. “The most difficult commercial...
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Shraddhagawade's 5 days trip to ParoOverall trip was good but there was delay in pick and drop services. Tiger Nest Monastry Trek
Aditya's 7 days trip to ParoI would like to specially thank TravelTriangle for the beautiful Bhutan trip that you planned for me and my family. It was absolutely flawless. Right from the planning stage till the end and also accommodating almost all my requests, everything was done to perfection. Thank you for your professionalism and the ‘Yes, we will do it for you attitude’. It’s a great example to set and for others to learn. You were also concerned during my trip and kept checking on me on whatsapp to ensure that we were all fine. Brilliant. A special mention to Bhutan INC. Super agent! High recommendation from me. Stay at Terma Linca Resort
Sameer's 8 days trip to ParoExcellent experience except Punakha hotel (Punakha Residency)
Saurabh's 5 days trip to ParoOverall trip was good KNG BHUTAN provided us a professional driver.
Nishant's 7 days trip to ParoBhutan GNH Heritage Travel offered top notch service for our trip to Bhutan. Mr. Thapa was always there with us to plan out all details of the trip meticulously. The guide and driver arranged were very professional. Our Guide Mr. Kado was very knowledgeable and friendly throughout. It was a very wise decision to book our tour through them and would recommend any person visiting Bhutan to use their services without any doubt for a wonderful vacation. 5 stars for them.
Jolliffe's 7 days trip to ParoWe had a good holiday in Bhutan...While it definitely could have been better. Sharing my inputs/feedback Great Experience -Both our guide/driver / assistants (Barun/Kado) were very knowledgeable and extremely helpful and supportive. -They understood our requirements and did what was required to meet the expectations - Barun Wangkley ensured we experienced 'local' specialties (Ex: Hot stone Bath / Dinner @ a Home stay), which was really good and thoughtful. - Kado as a guide was always there to assist, Including helping my wife make it to Tiger's nest and back...wouldn't have been possible without his support and patience -They (Barun and Kado) were patient with us and answered all our queries about their country and culture. - Full Credit to Barun for speaking with Bhutan Olympic Committee to move my Marathon registration to 2021 (Else I would have lost approx 7000 Rupees) Not so good - We started from Phuentsholing Approx 2hours late due to non-availabilty of hotel voucher for Immigration - Due to confusion with the travel agent, I missed the Bhutan International Marathon...This aspect should have been managed better - Due to the confusion/time lost, we could not visit Haa valley, which was part of the Itinerary...Were advised by Barun there is snow/ice @ Chellela pass and therefore not visiting Haa might be the right thing to do from a safety perspective, hence we agreed...The travel agent should have advised that there is a possibility of snow/ice at the time of drafting the itinerary - We could have done more sightseeing with better utilization of time/ coordination (We did no sightseeing in Thimpu) - Hotels were changed multiple times post the circulation of the itinerary. -On our trip back, we requested for a change.i.e. stay last night @ Siliguri rather than Phuentsholing (Given the long drive for an early morning flight)...I agree It was a last minute request from my side just the night before leaving(Post a good suggestion by Barun)...However getting the last night stay at Siliguri was a bad experience and ultimately had to shell out some money from my side... I'm not looking for a refund, however want the feedback shared with the travel agent. Totally understand no could have anticipated Corona and the confusion that resulted from it...but some of the things listed above could definitely have managed better. On a rating perspective I'll rank the overall trip a Generous 4 Star out of 05...This rating is totally because of Batun Wanglay and Kado...They did well! Am happy to use their services again....With the right amount of improvement.
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Supritam's 5 days trip to ParoTrip was good but missed out few places due to Government holidays and rain. Hotel at Paro was sub-standard. Paro town and beauty on the way to Thimphu
Nomesh's 10 days trip to ParoVery good experience. Overall very happy and satisfied with the trip. Hot stone bath
Sajit's 6 days trip to ParoVery Nice experience with arrangements by Travel triangle
Divya's 11 days trip to ParoWe thoroughly enjoyed our trip and carry many cherished memories. Our driver was patient and accommodating. The hotels we were booked into were top notch. The whole itinerary was well organised. Besides the initial hiccup of delay in getting our permits, the rest of the tour proceeded smoothly. We are happy with the services you provided - rebooking hotel on short notice, getting the permits. Bhutan is a beautiful country and we are happy we were able to enjoy it comfortably.
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For international flights, make sure that you reach the airport 2 hours before the scheduled departure.
Yes, you can. Provided that you book it 24 hours before the departure.
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