The varied display of flora and fauna offered in Bhutan is incomparable due to preservation and its extensive altitudinal and climatic conditions. Bhutan boasts of about 300 species of medicinal plants and about 46 species of rhododendrons. Some commonly found sights for tourists in Paroinclude the magnolias, orchids andjunipers of diverse hues; gentian, medicinal plants, Daphne, giant rhubarb, the blue and trees such as fir, pine and oaks.
A wide range of rare and endangered animals can also be found frequenting the dense jungles and high mountains of the Kingdom due to the countries preservation efforts and its unpolluted biological milieu Bhutan. Some high altitude species are the snow leopards, Bengal tigers that are found at altitude ranging 3000 to 4000 meters, the red panda, the gorals and the langurs, the Himalayan black bear, sambars, wild pigs, barking deer, blue sheep and musk deer. Paro also has an immense assortment of bird species. Paro is recognized as an area of high natural diversity.