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When we shoed up here, we had no clue we were hiking! When he pointed out where we were going, we were shocked... it looked SO FAR away! However, we are young and adventurous and said LETS DO IT! and we are sooooooo glad we...More
I am 50 and my wife 46. We never thought we could make it all the way up to the Monastery (at 10,000 ft approx.) by foot. But we did and - well - it was sheer peace and tranquility and a piece of heaven....More
The temple itself may not be that fantastic, but the journey there (and back) is one that should be done once in a lifetime. Regardless of your tradition, it’s a spiritual pilgrimage that brings out the best of you. Our guide took an 81-year old...More
Tiger nest is 10,000 feet above sea level. One need to treck through steep incline rough way to reach this place. To cover round trip it takes 8 to 9 hours. One can take pony while going up which leaves mid way from their it...More
A monastery hanging from the edge of a mountain, that’s what it appears like from a distance, resembling a dreamy sequence from the magical land of Narnia. We started the trek for Tiger’s Nest monastery, also known as Paro Taktsang at 7 in the morning....More
Visit to Tiger`s Nest has been an unforgettable experience for me. Among 28 people in a group on Bhutan tour, only two of us made up our mind to climb up the hill. But it was worth. I have full admiration for Bhutan for its...More
I visited Tiger Nest in September 2016 and it is one of the best experience of my life. The trek uphill through the forest is beautiful and you can photograph the Tiger Nest throughout your trek.
It is the most serene and pristine himalayan buddhist...More
Every time I go to Taktsang, I learn about and see something new. This is a must see for all newcomers to Bhutan. And for those who have been to Taktsang, I recommend going again. The trees and foliage was lush from the rains and...More
Tiger’s Nest in Paro entails an arduous climb upto a height of 10000 feet approx. The route is steep and tortuous and involves hundreds of steps in the end . The monastery emerges from amidst the cloud and is breathtaking . The view of the...More