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Tenzinling Resort

Paro, Bhutan

At a Glance

  • A family run property with a strategic location overlooking Paro Valley

  • All rooms are orientated to give a view of the nearby Dzong

  • Set in a bucolic village amongst apple orchards and rice paddies

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In the western, central and eastern Bhutan you will mostly experience cold European-like weather. Winter lasts here from November to March. The Monsoon occurs between June and August when the temperature is normally between 8° and 21°C. October and November are arguably the best months, when the monsoon has passed and the skies are clear. The spring months of March, April and May are best for the flora, but it can be stormy as the monsoon builds up for July-September.

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Description

Tenzinling Resort is located in Paro, in western Bhutan. With fabulous views across the valley, and a host of activities nearby, this resort provides basic yet comfortable accommodation deep in the mountains.

The Tenzinling Resort is located in Paro, just a 25-minute drive from the international airport. A small family run property consisting of just 21 rooms, this accommodation is simple yet comfortable, offering the perfect base to return to after a busy day of sightseeing in the area. The spacious rooms all have views over the nearby Dzong, and have en-suite bathrooms with tubs, perfect for a hot soak after a long trek. Balcony rooms and spacious corner suites are available.
 
Facilities here are limited due to the petite size of the resort but include a Hamman and complimentary wifi in the common areas, as well as laundry services. Meals are taken in the dining room and tend to be simple and hearty, and if you are leaving before the breakfast buffet is open, packed breakfasts are available.
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Experiences

  • Day in Thimphu

    You can easily fill an afternoon or day exploring Thimphu. It is worth visiting the Tashiccho Dzong, where essentially Bhutan is governed from. Also of interest is the Simtokha Dzong, Memorial Chorten, Changagkka Temple & Folk Museum.

  • Day Trip to Chelela Pass and Hike Kila Goenpa

    Chele La Pass is known to be the highest motorable pass in Bhutan and provides wonderful views over Ha Valley and Paro District, which you have the chance to view today before taking a scenic hike and visit to Kila Nunnery.

  • Dressing up in traditional Bhutanese dress

    Anyone who works in Bhutan must wear traditional national dress, and you can have the chance to dress up for a few hours to see how it feels. The Bhutanese absolute love visitors doing it!

  • Drukgyel Dzong

    The Drukgyal Dzong is located further up the Paro Valley from the Tiger's Nest Monastery and was built in 1649 by Tenzin Drukdra to celebrate victory over an invading army from Tibet.

  • Explore the Paro Valley by Helicopter

    A wonderful way to see the rich and fascinating Paro Valley

  • Kyichu Lhakhang

    The Kyichu Lhakhang is one of the oldest temples in Bhutan, dating from the 7th century and constructed by the Tibetan Emperor Songtsan Gampo.

  • Meet a Monk Your Own Age

    Your children can have the opportunity to meet a monk their own age. 10% of Bhutan's population are monks and they can hear stories of getting up each day before first-light for prayers and their daily routines.

  • Paro Dzong & National Museum

    The Paro Dzong, or Rinpung Dzong as it is otherwise called, looms above the town of Paro. On the hill above the Dzong in the former watchtower you can visit the National Museum.

  • The Haa Valley

    The unspoiled Haa Valley is located close to Paro and offers a fantastic day out. Drive over the Chele Pass, Bhutan's highest road, and choose to free-wheel on bikes into the Haa Valley. Explore the local monastery, have a picnic and return to Paro.

  • Tiger's Nest Monastery

    The Tiger's Nest Monastery is spectacular; legend has it that this cliffside was where Guru Rinpoche landed on the back of a flying tigress, bringing Buddhism to Bhutan. Set off for the 2-hour walk to the viewpoint before continuing onto the Monastery.

Location & directions

Paro, Bhutan

Tenzinling Resort is located 10 minutes from Paro Town in the west of Bhutan, near to the iconic Tiger’s Nest Monastery. The international airport is just a short 25-minute drive away.

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