Punakha Festival(Ancient Capital of Bhutan)

Tentative Festival Date: 17th to 19th February

Tour Brief

  • Durations: 05 nights & 06 days tour in Bhutan
  • Entry & Exit: Paro, Bhutan
  • Seasons: Winter Seasons Only
  • Places of visit: Paro, Thimphu, Punakha & Wangdi Phodrang

Brief Description of Punakha Festival Tour

Punakha Tshechu takes place every year in late winter and it has been introduced in 2004. Dromche is a festival like Tshechu, which generally includes the mask dances and is dedicated to Yeshi Gompo (Mahakala) and Palden Lhamo (Mahakali) – the two main protective deities of Bhutan. The Punakha festival continues after the Punakha Dromche and its unique compare to other festivals in Bhutan because it re-enacts the scene where Zhabdrung tricked the Tibetan invaders in 17th Century.

Tour Attractions/Highlights

  • Paro Rinpung Dzong
  • Taktshang sacred monastery
  • Oldest temple of Bhutan, Kyichu temple
  • Thimphu, the capital city of Bhutan
  • The big Buddha, which is under construction
  • Punakha Dzong

The package inludes the following services.

  • A Sustainable Development Fee (SDF): US $65 per person per night
  • A minimum of 3 stars accommodation (4 & 5 star require an additional premium)
  • All meals (3 meals in a day)
  • A licensed Bhutanese Tour Guide (English Speaking)
  • All internal transport (excluding internal flights)
  • Entry fees and all internal taxes
  • Mineral water
  • FIT Surcharges, and
  • Visa fees

The package shall not include the following:

  • Air fare.
  • Airport Taxes
  • Medical Expenses
  • Travel Insurance
  • Drinks, and
  • Laundry

BHUTAN FESTIVAL TOUR

Paro Festival Tour (Western Bhutan)

Thimphu Festival (Capital City of Bhutan)

Punakha Festival (ancient capital of Bhutan)

Jambay Lhakhang Drup (Central Bhutan)

Mongar & Trashigang Festival (Eastern Bhutan)

Note: WE FRAME AN ITINERARY AND PRICE DETAILS DEPENDING ON YOUR CUSTOMIZED DAYS.

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