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- It was a beautiful day when I visited this monastery/fortress. It is huge, so take your time to enjoy this place. This place houses government workers and monks. The bridge was also something interesting to know. There is a room that housed old pictures depicting how the bridge was completed.
Festivals are held here in the month of April. Another interesting fortress to visit while in Bhutan.Written 8 April 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- It is highest memorable road in Bhutan connecting Haa Valley and Paro. The pass is surrounded by mountain ranges from all the sides. We got to see the snow capped mountains and suddenly experiennced the snow fall also. Different coloured flags add beauty to the place. Winds are very speedy. We enjoyed coffee and Maggie also. A lady was selling some handicrafts at reasonable price than elsewhere.
One must carry sweaters, hand gloves and caps.
As the road is zig zag you may feel like vomiting.Written 26 April 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- This museum is a great way to start the exploration of Bhutan. You will get an overview of its history and traditions. Totally worthwhile.Written 23 September 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- I opened my hotel room window and listened to the calm, flowing water of Paro River. The nice, lullaby of the river soothes my tired nerves, from the long drive. I appreciated the beauty of this site as this is part of the stunning view of Bhutan. Depending where you are, you will get great pictures of the river, with the mountains as the backdrop. I thought of having a picnic along the banks, but didn’t have enough time. Travelers should take the time to admire this. No wonder, you’ll find peace and calmness in Bhutan.Written 6 April 2023
- Exquisite architecture, elaborate carvings, and vibrant murals.
The temple is a significant spiritual and cultural site, and it's not surprising that many people find it to be a peaceful and uplifting place.Written 19 January 2023
- Best place to stop to see the flight landing and takeoff.
Is on the top hill, so people should extra take care.
Enjoy view!Written 11 March 2023
- When it was a large stronghold, the Dzong was renowned for its exquisite architecture and elaborate sculptures. But after a fire devastated it in the early 20th century, it was abandoned and left to deteriorate. The Dzong's remains are still present and are a well-liked destination for travelers to Bhutan. The remnants of the stronghold provide tourists with a fascinating look into the surrounding mountains and valley, as well as information about Bhutan's past and present.Written 19 January 2023
- From the get go, Deki’s responsiveness on WhatsApp put my mind at ease. I felt I would be in good hands in Bhutan and didn’t need to shop around for other tour operators. She was extremely patient and even knew the answers to my sometimes specific questions. The SDF was revised by the government midway through planning and Bhutan Best Inbound proactively alerted me to refund the fare difference, a much appreciated gesture.
My guide Namgay was respectful yet knowledgeable. He would take the initiative to carry the water and bags on the trek, open and close the car door for you softly. Not that I needed this extra help, but I felt so well taken care of every step of the way. Not to mention he rescued me multiple times in the slippery mud. Namgay is also a very patient photographer and always asked about and fulfil your preferences.
The driver LT is actually a guide as well. I was lucky to have 2 guides! He was always patient, especially when I went off itinerary multiple times. After pit stops, LT always made the extra effort to drive the car closest to you. He was aware of my fondness for birds and alerted me when he spotted the Satyr Tragopan on the side of the highway. This was one of the many memorable highlights throughout the trip.
I can’t believe I was teary-eyed when I bid Namgay and LT farewell at the airport. It is the people who make Bhutan a magical place.Written 26 September 2023
- Thanks for Miss Chime(Owner) everything arrangement and assigned excellent , 👍🏻 customer-service , knowledgeable of Bhutan culture tour guide , take a good photos ( Mr Kencho ) also steady and careful driver (Mr Lhab Tshering) thumb up 👍🏻 👍🏻 and indeed fun and enjoyed . No regret to meet both of them .Written 26 September 2023
- Tashi is gem of a Travel agent, professional yet flexible and not money minded! The recent trip to Bhutan with Amedewa was simply outstanding! Tashi customised the 10 day trip as per our choice and budget , took our advice to book hotels and made everything necessary to make the group trip memorable. During the trip two families could not visit Phobjikha due to heath issues and had to drop at the last moment and Tashi was kind enough to get some refund from the hotels!
He also arranged a 10 seater vehicle as per our request. The driver, Mr Winchen and the guide, Mr.Norbu were assigned to us by Amedwa. And we found these gentlemen are phenomenal! They made sure we cover all interesting places to get enough footage for "Bhutan Travel Series " of my channel "The Urban Nomad"
I would definitely going back to Bhutan and surely take help of Tashi! The Amedewa Tours and Treks is highly recommend!Written 4 February 2023