It is just middle of journey ,horses come upto here , Good feeling while taking tea in cold weather of hill area
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It is half way almost to the Tiger’ nest. One can trek to this place or ride on horseback. After this cafeteria too, one has to trek some distance to reach the steps to the temples. A coffee with 4 big cookies costed Rs 120/-....More
Great for refreshments and a rest after the tough part of the climb! Would probably skip having lunch here as better options nearby.
This place is a good stop to get the 1st view of the tiger’ s nest. The views are beautiful. It is expensive, at a coke bottle costing 70 Nu but is the only option for a meal in the area. Coffee costs 120 Nu...More
We had tea and biscuits before the climb, and lunch after the descent. Tea was served in really big cups, and tasted quite nice. You get crackers as part of the deal. Lunch is vegetarian buffet, it was continental fare the day of our visit,...More
This cafeteria does enjoy the sky like view for travellers and don't have to worry on not having any packed lunch in their back. After hours of hike, you can feel fresh with snacks and tea and lunch of local menu too.
The only solace is the AMAZING view of the monastery from here and place to rest, with clean washrooms and plenty of tea/coffee. The food (lunch) was strictly okies, but was very expensive! Having said that, it was a boon, given that one hikes four...More
The Taktsang cafeteria is on the way to the Tiger's Nest monastery and has beautiful views of the monastery. However, the food options here are limited, probably because of the location of the cafeteria at the height it is at. The cafe is very expensive,...More
This cafeteria sits right in the mid point of the taktsang trail, and you can have a great view of the Taktsang Monastery. They offer Coffee/Maggi as snacks and a full course bhutaneese meal in lunch. The prices are okay looking at the position of...More