The Bhutan Tour and Hikes within Paro Festival combines Bhutan’s cultural and natural splendor including the attractions of The Paro Tsechu Festival. The tour thrills the visitors the magnificent views of Shangri-La and the religious significance of Paro Tsechu festival. The Bhutan Tour stresses on demystifying Bhutan, a mystic country known as Land of Thunder Dragon. Bhutan is also famous for its pristine religious cultural practices and festivities. Out of number of festivals, the Paro Tsechu Festival is remarkable to unfold its strange Buddhist significance to the native people and international visitors.
The Paro Tsechu Festival celebrated in the month of March is a Buddhist dance festival and one of the major annual events of Bhutan. The festival holds religious significance. The Paro Tsechu Festival is a wonderful time to visit Bhutan, experience its ancient culture, and get spell bounded in the celebrations. The festival comes alive with vibrant colors, music, dances and drama as people gather to enjoy the masked dances, and other sacred rituals. Likewise, the event is a great time to mix with the locals in the celebration. The various dances invoke the deities to wipe out misfortunes, increase luck and grant personal wishes. The dances that are performed during the festivals are to bless onlookers and to teach them the Buddhist way of life.