Drukgyel Dzong, which translates to "the fortress of victory", is a famous archaeological site in Bhutan, situated on a ridge in upper Paro. The Dzong continued as an imperative monument connecting Bhutanese people with the events that led to the maintenance of the country’s sovereignty. It also used to be the summer residence of Ringpung Rabdey. If weather permits, Bhutan’s holy peak, Mt. Jumolhari, can be seen in the backdrop.
Time taken from Paro: 2-3 hrs