Paro Tshechu Festival is the most popular and biggest festival in Bhutan attended by the locals and tourists alike. Bhutan festival tour is often celebrated with ceremonial dances and rituals of blessings. Paro Tshechu is celebrated at the courtyard of Paro Ringpong during the spring season. The amusing sight to watch during the Paro festival is the unfurling of the world’s largest religious scroll, the Paro Thangka. This is performed on the last day of the festival. During the festival, locals from all walks of life attired in their best clothes come to attend the festival. Many monks, lay monks, and citizens performed during the festival. Festivals in Bhutan are celebrated to recount the history of Bhutan and Buddhism. tour packages in Bhutan also visit the capital – Thimphu, the old capital – Punakha doing cultural sightseeing. Hike to the Taktsang Monastery ‘Tiger’s Nest’ outskirts of Paro town is another highlight of the Bhutan tour.