And finally, Paro Taktsang also famously known as Tiger’s Nest.
As you start to climb, you can easily spot a structure with whitewashed walls. It hugs close to the mountains, perched precariously on its edges. And all you want to do is climb faster. It’s a structure to behold in all of Bhutan.
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Since the theme for 2019 is “Forest and Education”, this giant cypress tree located in front of Pangri Zampa Monastery is said to be the oldest and perhaps the biggest tree in our country.
The tree is a Weeping Cypress at the height of 59.2 meters and DHB of 479.4cm.
When you catch sight of the tree, you can’t help but appreciate it for it has overseen the rise and fall of some of the greatest events in our history. That's frankly an incredible feel when you think about it as you stand there…
With that, always remember “The forest is not a resource for us, it is life itself. It is the only place for us to live and since the future of the world we live in concerns all of us, we should do what we can to protect us.” Happy Social Forestry Day 2019!
We made it all the way up to the Temple and back successfully even with the snow and mud when almost 50% of Tourist has returned back from the halfway cafeteria.
Amazing experience with live snowflakes!
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Grown up in the village. Ploughing the fields, swoing the seeds & hervesting it but i have never taken a picture!
Hike at Tang valley to the historical Ugyencholing Palace is worth with this golden mustard plants flowers.