Punakha Tshechu, as all Tshechu festivals, honors Padmasambhawa, also known as Guru Rimpoche, the precious yogi and saint who is credited with having introduced Tantric Buddhism throughout the Himalayas. The festival’s masked dances are performed by monks clad in colorful brocade attire and permeated by chants and reading of Buddhist scripts. The culmination of festival constitutes the unfolding of a huge cloth thangka, a sacred scroll, depicting Padmasmabhawa and imagery from Buddhist pantheon.
Our representative will greet you at the airport and transfer you to the hotel.
Visit Drugyel Dzong (now under reconstruction), you can also catch a glimpse of Mt Jomolhari.
Dinner and overnight stay in hotel in Paro.
Food and accommodation will be according to your reservations.
After breakfast, commence your journey towards Taktshang. Also known as the Tiger’s Nest. It is the most visited tourist destination in Bhutan.
After lunch visit Paro Rinpung Dzong and Ta Dzong (the National Museum)
After breakfast, drive to Punakha.
On the way to Punakha, visit Royal Botanical Park in LamPelri. Halt in Dochula pass for photography.
After crossing lobesa visit Chimmi Lhakhang.
Dinner and overnight stay in Hotel in Punakha.
After Breakfast , attend the Punakha Tshechu.
After lunch, visit the Punakha Dzong, and the suspension Bridge of Punakha.
Dinner and overnight stay in hotel in Punakha.
After an early breakfast , drive towards Phobjikha.
Lunch will be served in hotel in Phobjikha.
Visit Gangtey lhakhang in the afternoon.
Dinner and overnight stay in hotel in Phobjikha.
After an early breakfast start your journey towards Thimphu.
Dinner and overnight stay in Thimphu
After breakfast, visit Kuensel Phodrang, where the largest statue of sitting Buddha is located overlooking the capital city of Thimphu. Visit the Takin preservation center in Mothithang , on the way to Mothithang visit changgangkha lhakang.
After lunch, visit Thimphu memorial chorten and Centenary Park.
In the evening drive to Paro and Check into the hotel and rest for the day.
After breakfast, drive to the airport and farewell.
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