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Experience the spectacular Punakha Tsechu (Festival), held in the grounds of the magnificent Punakha Dzong. A Tsechu is a Buddhist festival in honour of Guru Rimpoche, the saint who brought Buddhism to Bhutan. Locals gather in a spirit of festivity, celebration and deep faith to witness unique masked dances and celebrations. The Tsechu is one of the best ways to experience the ancient living culture of Bhutan. The highlights of the festival include: Witnessing the sacred dances and rituals performed by monks and laymen in elaborate, colorful costumes and join in with locals in a special occasion of celebration, blessings and socializing.
- Land of Dragon
- Buddhist culture
- Existence of King
Day 01: Arrival at Paro Airport
Day 02: Drive from Paro to Thimphu
Day 03: Drive from Thimphu to Punakha
Day 04: Festival activities in Punakha. Festival lasts for three days.
Day 08: Hiking and village exploration in Gangtey and afternoon drive to Paro.
Day 09: Excursion to the Taktsang Monastery (Tigers Nest)
Day 10: Transfer to international airport for your final departure
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