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Paro Tshechu

The flawlessly executed sacred event is the culmination of the dedication and years of hard work the monks put in to master the nuances of performing masked dance.

Paro Tshechu

$1500 per person
6 Days 5 Nights
7+ Age

The flawlessly executed sacred event is the culmination of the dedication and years of hard work the monks put in to master the nuances of performing masked dance. The monks perform the dance wearing colorful silk brocade and ferocious mask. The event encapsulates the essence of the traditional arts and crafts of Bhutan and its culture. The highlight of the Paro Tshechu is the unfurling of the Thongdrel on the final day. At the break of dawn, the giant applique scroll is unfurled for public display. The painting depicts a seated Guru Rinpoche. Locals believe that a mere sight of the painting cleanses bad karma and accumulate good merits.

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  • Departure/Return Location
    Paro Airport
  • Departure Time
    Please arrive by 9:15 AM for a departure at 9:30 AM
  • Return Time
    Approximately 8:30 PM
  • Dress Code
    Dress in formal if not Gho or Kira(National dress)
  • Included
    Accommodation
    Guide
    Insurance
    Meals (B/L/D)
  • Not Included
    3-Star Accommodation
    Bhutan Visa Fee
    Flights
    Transport
    Water Bottle

Tour Plan

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Day 1
Arrive in Paro
  • After landing into the country, you will be welcomed by our representatives, your guide and driver for the rest of your trip.
  • You'll be guided to your hotel. Freshen up and get well dressed and formally too.
  • Have breakfast.
  • Head towards the Dzong for the Tshechu.
  • Head back to some restaurant or hotel for the lunch.
  • Again back to Dzong for the rest of the program.
2
Day 2
Drive from Thimphu to Dochula   After breakfast you will be driven to Dochula pass. Dochula pass is located at an elevation of 3100 meters. The pass is one of the most idyllic passes of Bhutan. The pass is dotted with some 108 stupas built in honor of the fourth Druk Gyalpo (4th King) of Bhutan overlooking it stands the beautiful Druk Wangyal Lhakhang. After visiting these sites you will have lunch at Dochula Cafeteria. Lunch at Dochula Cafeteria After sightseeing you will have lunch at Dochula Cafeteria Drive to Punakha Distance: 63Km Driving |Time: 1 and half hour After a brief lunch at Dochula, you will be driven to Punakha. As you enter Punakha you will notice the beautiful valley with its well preserved nature and its tradition. The valley is absolutely amazing with its traditional two storied houses speckled over the lush land surrounded by neatly trimmed terraces of rice fields. The valley holds a special place in the history of Bhutan as considerable amount of significant events took place in this region. Even to this day national events are witness in Punakha also because Punakha was the former capital of the country. At Punakha you will visit the palace of great bliss known as the Punakha Dzong and the longest suspension bridge over the Pho Chu River. After sightseeing you will be taken to your hotel.
3
Day 3
Drive back to Paro After breakfast you will be driving to Paro. On the way you will also visit the Fertility temple. The Chimi Lhakhang or the fertility temple is credited to the maverick saint Drukpa Kuenley who blessed the site by subduing the Dochula demon. The temple is famous for its belief that childless couples are blessed with children after visiting the temple and performing rituals. After driving for another 3 hours you will be in Paro. At Paro you will be taken to you hotel and after resting for a while and taking lunch you will be taken around Paro town for sightseeing. You will visit some major attractions like the Paro watch tower museum, the Paro Dzong, the Kyichu Lhakhang. After visiting these sites, you will be dropped off at your hotel for dinner and to rest.
4
Day 4
Visit to the Paro Tsechu The flawlessly executed sacred event is the culmination of the dedication and years of hard work the monks put in to master the nuances of performing masked dance. The monks perform the dance wearing colorful silk brocade and ferocious mask. The event encapsulates the essence of the traditional arts and crafts of Bhutan and its culture. The highlight of the Paro Tsechu is the unfurling of the Thongdrel on the final day. At the break of dawn, the giant applique scroll is unfurled for public display. The painting depicts a seated Guru Rinpoche. Locals believe that a mere sight of the painting cleanses bad karma and accumulate good merits.
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Day 5
Hike to Taktsang A 4 hour hike to the tiger’s nest monastery is an ideal way to wrap up your enthralling journey in Bhutan. The Taktshang monastery stands precariously on a rock-face hovering at a 900 meters above the Paro valley. The hikers can also choose to ride a horse from the base of the monastery but the effort of hiking a worthwhile experience. The name of the monastery is derived from the legend which states that Guru Rimpoche flew to the site riding on a flying Tigress and meditated in the cave for many years to subdue a demon. The monastery encloses the cave within its structure. After completing the hike you will be driven to your hotel for your last halt in the country.
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Day 6
End Of Trip.

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