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How much does it cost to stay at Homestays In Paro?

On an average, Homestays In Paro costs around INR 2,119 per night.

What are the best Homestays In Paro?

Some of the best Homestays In Paro are Yangkey Villa, Paro Village View Home Stay, Cottage, Paro Village View Home Stay, Cottage I

How much is a Homestays In Paro for this weekend?

The average price per night for a Homestays In Paro for this weekend is INR 2,119

Suggest some Homestays In Paro with good wifi?

Best Homestays In Paro with wifi availability are are Yangkey Villa, Paro Village View Home Stay, Cottage, Paro Village View Home Stay, Cottage I

What all are the best Homestays In Paro for a weekend stay?

Some of the best Homestays In Paro for a weekend stay are Yangkey Villa, Paro Village View Home Stay, Cottage, Paro Village View Home Stay, Cottage I

Best time for a staycation in Paro?

March-May (Spring) is the best time to visit Paro in Bhutan. During this time, the hills come alive with the most beautiful blooms. October and November are the autumn months in Bhutan. During these two months, the weather in Paro it’s usually sunny during the day with a bit of snow in the higher elevations.

The skies are clear with a pleasant climate and the temperature experienced is hardly 20-degree Celsius. For trekking, October is the best month as the sky is clear and the temperature not so bad. Also, it is advised that you carry an umbrella along as there are possibilities of seasonal rainfall.

The monsoons in India, generally influence Bhutan's climate. June to September is the monsoon season in the country when there’s a lot of humidity and rains all around Bhutan. Late-November to early-March is the dry season in Bhutan which is again a good time to travel without the tourist crowd; however, it can get cold in early December to February. June-August is the low season in Bhutan and the hotel rates, and airfares are the cheapest during these months.
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