Bhutan Festival Tour

Bhutan Festival Tour

In Bhutan, Tsechu is one of the largest festivals, it is held at the courtyard of the Trashichoedzong on presence of His holiness the Je khenpo, member of monk and the civil servant, in capital. Desi Tenzin Rabgay the 4th temporal ruler of Bhutan first started the festival. He introduced the Tsechu to celebrate the birth of Guru Rinpoche on 10th -12th Day of Bhutanese calendar. 

What appears as a gala fest of mask dances and people in bright attire is actually one of profound religious significance to the Bhutanese. Thousands of people turn up for four days dances and prayer, colourful and well-choreographed mask dances performed during this Tshechu. Besides, you will find the opportunity of photograph an exotic mask dance, a happy welcoming people, the colorful traditional dances and distinctive architecture, tour western Bhutan like Paro, Thimphu, Punakha and Wangduephodrang exploring important cultural sites and monuments.

Day by day itinerary

DAY 01: ARRIVR PARO (2280m) & DRIVE TO THIMPHU: 65KM/APPROX 1HR

DAY 02: THIMPHU (2320m).

DAY 03 & 04: THIMPHU FESTIVAL .

DAY 05: THIMPHU – PUNAKHA EXCURSSION (1300m): 77KM/APPROX 2 ½HR.

DAY 06: PARO TIGER’S NEST HIKE.

DAY 07: PARO DEPARTURE.