Punakha Tshechu Festival Tour is to attend the remarkable festival being celebrated on the grounds of the towering Punakha Dzong. It’s believed that Guru Rimpoche, a saint, brought Buddhism to Bhutan. ‘Tshechu’ or festival is to honor Guru Rimpoche. Bhutan festivals largely involve typical masked dances that are very colorful and fascinating and is different each day. Locals including tourists attend these festivals in a spirit of festivity, celebration and deep faith. The best means to see Bhutan’s age-old living culture is attending the tshechus. Bhutan tour packages visit other prime locations like the colorful Paro, the capital – Thimphu and the old capital – Punakha. Cultural sightseeing tours offer a great opportunity to observe the culture, tradition, and history of Bhutan visiting various monasteries, temples and dzong fortresses. Hike to the Taktsang Monastery ‘Tiger’s Nest’ outskirts of Paro town is another important highlight of any Bhutan tours.