Paro Tshechu Festival is an annual event that happens inside the Paro Dzong for the first two days and the remaining three days are held at Dingyakha Ground, just next to the Paro Dzong and the reason behind this is because Paro Tshechu is so popular that many spectators across the country turn up with their families followed by Western Tourists.
Every year the popular Paro Tshechu falls under early spring where especially the farmers are free from agricultural farm works and just after the Bhutanese New Year so the Festive mood remains very strong for more enjoyment and fun. Paro Tshechu brings the highest number of Tourists in the country and one of the most popular Tshechu.
Dedicated tour vehicle and driver
3-star accommodation (twin sharing)
Dedicated English speaking tour guide
Daily 3 meals (B/L/D)
Government Royalty and taxes
Entry fees to parks and monuments
Flights to and from Bhutan
Extra charges for 4 or 5 star accommodation
Tips for guide and driver
Paro Hike to Tigers nest
Paro - Thimphu
Thimphu - Punakha - Thimphu
Thimphu - Paro Departure