Taktsang Paro Temple, Bhutan Tiger’s Nest

If you want to travel the spiritual with the natural beauty, you can visit the temple shrine aktshang.
This temple is located in Bhutan,10 km to the north half and hangs located on a steep cliff at 3120 meters or (10 240 feet).about 3,000 feet above the valley part.have access from several directions, but only passable by foot or up the ass.from the northwest path through the forest, from the south along the path used by fans.and from the north passing over a rocky plateau, called the “Hundred Thousand Fairies” known as Bumda. During your trip will pass through pine forests with colorful flags and doa.anda will also find several temples before reaching the main shrine. This temple was built around Taktsang Senge Samdup, according to Indian tradition there Padmasambahva Guru meditated in the 8th century. He turned into a flying tigress for the purpose and landed on the cliff.

You can arrange your travel schedule, if you want to see the Festival of The Tsechu.This festival lasts for 3-5 days on 11 through 15 months of the second day of Bhutan,according to the Bhutanese calendar. Fall in April according to the Gregorian calendar.

Taktsang Monastery Tigers Nest