Paro Festival Tour- 6 Days

Its culture and tradition. In the high-traveling season, April, when the Paro Tsechu is held on, tourists all over the world visiting Bhutan will have a chance to immerse in the culture of this Buddhist country as in the festival, you can indulge yourself in the traditional performance like mask dances, performed by monks and laymen, folk dance by Woochu people and  the dancers from the Paro valley. Then, on the last day of the Tsechu, the Thanka or Thongdrel is unfurling very early in the morning. In every Bhutanese’s faith, the Buddhist painting plays an essential role in their present life as well as after their death. It could be a great opportunity to witness the way that Bhutanese people dress at the festival.