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We visited in January, though we wanted to see the high peeks from Dochula pass but because of foggy weather we could not. But still the place and weather was breathtaking. The sip of coffee in the cafe at Dochula is a must.
Nice view from Dochala Pass. Unfortunately, we were told that visit to this place during summer would offer a stunning view of the Himalayan Mountains, the second highest in Bhutan, which are all snow capped.
went to this beautiful place nestled between Punakha and Paro. It reminds us of one of the war memorials as per Bhutanese culture. A picturesque location for selfie lovers and an ideal location at a low temperature altitude
The thought behind the 108 stipas is very touching. The location is a perfect photo op, always covered in mist, with very pretty mountain vegetation and tall trees. The restaurant iffers acquivk cuppa and a loo break. Toilets are basic, and very clean.
Response from Ridhima_at_ease | Reviewed this property |
The best weather I inquired is March to June. however if one plans to go in november, it will be damn cold so better pack well. Depending on the area too, accesibility would be restricted as some area get snow.