Gomphu Kora Tshechu is the popular festival which is being celebrated in eastern Bhutan every spring. The interesting highlight of the festival is the circumambulation where ‘Gom’ meaning meditation, ‘Phu’ meaning cave and ‘Kora’ is the circumambulation. The festival is celebrated at the Gom Kora Monastery 23 kilometers away from Trashigang Dzong. People from all over eastern Bhutan attend the festival. These locals descend the narrow valley dressed in their finest clothing and jewelry to attend the festival. Traditionally the festival is also the occasion to find a soul-mate leading to marriage. Legend of the festival goes back in the time of Guru Rinpoche (Padmasambhava) who mediated in the cave for three months. It’s believed he subdued the demon, Mongkhapa, who had fled from Tibet and hide in a rock at Gomkora. Bhutan tour package also visits the colorful Paro, the tiny capital – Thimphu, the old capital – Punakha, the beautiful Phobijikha Valley in Gangtey, Bumthang – the cultural heartland of Bhutan and as far as till Trashigang. Back in Paro go for the hike to the Taktsang Monastery ‘Tiger’s Nest’ located outskirts of Paro town. Gomphu Kora Tshechu tour is to witness Bhutanese rich cultural and traditional heritage and witness majestic Himalayan panorama.