The Punakha Tshechu festival Tour is a celebration taking place regularly every year in Punakha, Bhutan. This festival is usually held in the grounds of the magnificent Punakha dzong – a medieval fortress that will amaze you with its beauty and mythical atmosphere.
Tshechus are religious festivals held all throughout Bhutan which incorporate Buddhist ritual performances. These festivals are mainly constituted of Buddhist dances performed by masked performers, usually monks or trained laymen. The tshechus are one of the best ways to explore deep into the Bhutanese culture and way of life.
In order to better understand the background and importance of this festival, Asian Journey extends your journey from Punakha to many different locations in Bhutan of great religious importance. Join us on this exciting journey in Bhutan and in exploring the ancient Bhutanese culture through witnessing this magnificent festival.
Day 1 :Arrive Paro Airport (2235m) and transfer to hotel. Overnight at Hotel
Day 2 :Sightseeing in Paro. Overnight at Hotel
Day 3 :Drive from Paro to Punakha. Overnight at Hotel
Day 4 :Sightseeing and Festival observation. Overnight at Hotel
Day 5 :Drive from Punakha to Gantey. Overnight at Hotel
Day 6 :Sightseeing in Gantey and drive to Thimpu. Overnight at Hotel
Day 7 :Sightseeing in Thimpu. Overnight at Hotel
Day 8 :Drive from Thimpu to Paro Valley. Overnight at Hotel
Day 9 :Departure from Paro.