Spring time in Bhutan is simply breathtaking. Tree sized rhododendrons, daphnes, lillies, poppies, forsythia bushes with yellow flowers, lilac primula denticulatas and pure white blossoms of the magnolia are just some of the flowers and colours you will encounter – except for the spectacular colours you will see on the masked dances and costumes at the Paro Tsechu (Festival)! The Paro Tsechu is one of the most popular in Bhutan and features a ‘thongdroel’ – a religious scroll which is unveiled before the day break on the last day of the festival. This journey showcases the best of spring time Bhutan has to offer.
Inclusions: accommodation, meals, dedicated transport, entry fees to museums and attractions, licensed guide and driver, visa processing fees, all administrative costs.
Exclusions: international airfares (contact us to arrange), comprehensive travel insurance, personal expenses and tips.