Paro Tshechu – 8 Days

Paro Festival is one of the busiest celebrations in Bhutan, moves are performed via prepared priests and laymen wearing astonishing outfits, encounter the humming dynamic way of life while going to numerous recorded destinations in Bhutan. 

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  • Country
    Bhutan  
  • Duration
    8 Days  
  • Level
    Easy  
  • Altitude
    3,050 m /10004 ft  
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  • Ends
     
  • Activity
    Festival Tours  

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About Paro Tshechu – 8 Days

Paro Festival is one of the busiest celebrations in Bhutan, moves are performed via prepared priests and laymen wearing astonishing outfits, encounter the humming dynamic way of life while going to numerous recorded destinations in Bhutan. 

The unfurling of the silk Thangka – which is so expansive it covers the substance of the building and is viewed as a standout amongst the most holy endowments in the entire of Bhutan. The 'Thangka' is a religious picture scroll known as a Thongdroel which is shown for a couple of hours, at sunrise of the last day of the celebration, empowering the general population to acquire its approval. This heavenly parchment 'presents freedom by its insignificant sight' (the significance of the word 'thongdroel' in Bhutanese). This celebration is a period for Bhutanese to celebrate with their families and companions. 

The 'Tsechus' are Buddhist religious celebrations where veiled moves delineating occasions from the life of Padmasambhava, the eighth century Nyingmapa Buddhist educator (second to Buddha), and stories of different holy people are organized. In Bhutan, Padmasambhava is known as 'Master Rimpoche'. The moves are performed via prepared priests and laymen wearing outfits that delineate the animals that you can hope to meet after death. Other than going to the Paro Festival we do touring in Paro valley, Thimphu and Punakha visting numerous verifiable destinations.

Short Itinerary

  • Walk 18 – Arrival at Paro Airport. Overnight at a hotel.

  • Walk 19 – Scenic drive from Paro to Thimphu. Overnight at a hotel.

  • Walk 20 – Drive from Thimphu to Punakha. Overnight at a hotel.

  • Walk 21 – Drive Punakha to Gangtey and same day climbing and town investigation in Gangtey. Overnight at a hotel.

  • Walk 22 – Drive Gangtey to Paro. Overnight at a hotel.

  • Walk 23 – Full day at Paro celebration. Overnight at a hotel.

  • Walk 24 – Sightseeing around Paro and journey to the Taktsang Monastery (Tiger's Nest). Overnight at a hotel.

  • Walk 25 – Transfer to global air terminal for your last flight. Overnight at a lodging.

Trip Details

  • March 18 - Arrival at Paro Airport

    You can take off to Paro from Bangkok, New Delhi, Kathmandu, Dhaka and so on. We prescribe you to fly from Bangkok in light of the fact that Druk air offer regular flight from Bangkok – Paro – Bangkok while Druk air don't work ordinary flights from different segments.
    You will be met on entry and exchanged to your lodging to settle in. After the conventions we take a short drive to Paro town to walk around Bazaar. Overnight at a lodging.
    (Lunch and Dinner Included)

  • March 19 - Scenic drive from Paro to Thimphu

    Early morning we take a picturesque drive to Bhutan's capital, Thimphu, approx 90 mins drive from Paro. Touring in and around Thimphu valley we visit the National Library, which holds a gathering of antiquated Buddhist writings and compositions, and also the establishment for Zorig Chusum normally known as Painting School, material and Folk Heritage Museum which gives an understanding into Bhutanese material culture and ordinary lifestyle. Likewise going to the National Memorial Chorten, Trashichho dzong an amazing cloister, Bhutanese Handicrafts showing an extensive variety of delightfully hand-woven materials and specialty items. At night we investigate the lively Thimphu Bazaar. Overnight at a lodging.
    (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner Included)

  • March 20 - Drive from Thimphu to Punakha

    Driving around 3 hours, leaving Thimphu the street climbs steeply through a timberland of pine and cedar, decorated with hanging lichen high up close Dochula pass (3,050m). This pass offers all encompassing perspectives of the Himalayan mountain goes on a sunny morning. You will see rhododendrons, magnolias, junipers and pine woodlands with tweeting hints of the numerous uncommon types of feathered creatures found in Bhutan. We at that point drive onto Lobesa where you take a short climb to Chimi Lhakhang Temple. This sanctuary is on a slope best and it is devoted to the colossal Yogi known as Drukpa Kuenley or prominently known as "Divine psycho" of the fourteenth century. It is trusted that this sanctuary favors ladies who look for richness. Overnight at an inn.
    (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner Included)

  • March 21 - Drive Punakha to Gangtey and same day hiking and village exploration in Gangtey

    (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner Included)

  • March 22 - Drive Gangtey to Paro

    Take after same course, drive back to Paro. Overnight at a lodging.
    (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner Included)

  • March 23 - Full day at Paro festival

    Appreciate the Mask Dance Festival Event of Paro Tshechu. Overnight at a lodging.
    (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner Included)

  • March 24 - Sightseeing around Paro and excursion to the Taktsang Monastery (Tiger's Nest)

    We visit the Ta Dzong which houses the National Museum and visit Paro's Rimpung Dzong, in transit down we cross the sixteenth century cantilever connect. Likewise going to the Drugyel Dzong triumph post, worked in 1647 which is 18 kms from the Paro town. Investigate the sublime bulwarks of the past fortification which protected the nation against a few attacks. On a sunny morning one can likewise see the holy Mount Jomolhari, from the northern bastions. We take a visit to a ranch house and watch the customary Bhutanese lifestyle and living.
    Journey to the Taktsang Monastery (Tiger's Nest).The trail to the religious community moves through delightful Pine and rhododendron backwoods. We stop at the tea house for rest and refreshments, the tea house offers wonderful very close perspective of the tigers home and proceed with the climb for brief time until the point when you see, unmistakably and apparently inside achieve, the forcing Taktsang religious community. Worked in 1600s, this mind blowing religious community sticks to the edge of a sheer shake precipice that dives 900m into the valley beneath. History expresses that Guru Padmasambhava, the Tantric spiritualist who conveyed Buddhism to Bhutan, arrived here on the back of a flying tiger and contemplated here for three months. It is respected to be a standout amongst the most loved social legacy locales in Bhutan. Individuals from everywhere throughout the Himalayan Diaspora visit this place on the journey trail to Bhutan. Overnight at an inn.
    (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner Included)

  • March 25 - Transfer to international airport for your final departure

    After breakfast our air terminal delegate will drop you at the Paro International Airport for your flight takeoff from Bhutan.
    (Breakfast Included)

Our Cost Includes

  • Pick up from and drop off at the hotel and the airport on a tourist car / van /minibus.

  • Standard government-approved accommodation (in twin sharing rooms) for the duration of the tour.

  • Full-board meals - breakfast, lunch, dinner and tea & snacks - for the duration of your stay.

  • Drinking water for the duration of the tour.

  • Country presentation and tour Briefing on the evening of Day 01 with welcome drinks.

  • Licensed English-speaking Bhutanese tour guides.

  • Private transportation and a designated driver within Bhutan. Toyota 4WD luggage vans and light trucks for group travel. Luggage will be hauled by horses, mules or yaks at higher elevations, if required.

  • Monument and museums entrance fees at all sightseeing locations detailed in the itinerary.

  • Cultural afternoon/evening sessions with traditional mask and folk dances (with beverages). Only for group tours.

  • Bhutan visa fees and processing assistance.

  • Government royalty (35% of $200), which goes to the country's health and education projects.

  • All route access and monument entry permits and fees.

  • All government taxes, official expenses and tourist service charges.

Our Does Not Cost Includes

  • International airfare and airport departure tax. (Please see the Druk Air flight info below)

  • Your travel insurance (mandatory for the trip, see the travel insurance page).

  • Expenses of personal nature, such as laundry.

  • Alcoholic and cold drinks.

  • Personal clothing and equipment.(See the equipment tab for detail information)

  • Tips for tour guides, porters, driver, hotel lobby and in restaurants. (Tipping is expected)

  • Other expenses not mentioned in the Price Includes section.

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Total Duration 8 Days

Paro Festival is one of the busiest celebrations in Bhutan, moves are performed via prepared priests and laymen wearing astonishing outfits, encounter the humming dynamic way of life while going to numerous recorded destinations in Bhutan. 

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