Thimphu Festival honours the birthday of Guru Rinpoche, the saint who introduced Buddhism to Bhutan. With so many visitors from different corners of the world and within the locality, Tshechu in Bhutan is a must attend event at least once in a lifetime as it is believed that watching festivities is considered to be blessing and essential to gain enlightenment. Thimphu Tshechu Festival is considered to be one of the most popular festival occurring during the autumn season.

Add-on 1 River rafting in Punakha
Make your stay even more exciting with river rafting along Pho chhu (male river) or Mo chhu (female river) in Punakha.

Add-on 2 Try Archery
Don’t miss the National sport of Bhutan, you will be given with the traditional bamboo bow and arrow to experience on your own with proper guidance from your tour guide.

Add-on 3 Try Bhutanese cuisine with local Farm house
We always try to keep our service unique to make your stay memorable. Enjoy deliciously cooked local cuisine with Bhutanese welcome drink “ARA”. Varieties of Bhutanese dishes will be served and we usually organised dinner after your day sightseeing or lunch and may be Packed lunch to have on your hikes. Spend sometime with local families and know more about Bhutanese lifestyle.

Add-on 4 Try Hotstone Bath
We usually organise hotstone bath after your hike to Tiger’s Nest Monastery and relax in the evening.

Add-on 5 Camping in Punakha
Camp near the Pho Chhu ( Male river) in Zomringthang,Punakha. Provided with tents, sleeping bags, blankets, chairs, power supply and bonfire to have a leisure time.