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The Druk air fly to are offers you a wonderful view of mountains and landscapes. After visa formalities in Paro airport our staff welcomes you and takes you to the hotel.
In this trip, you will explore ruined forests of Srugyol Dzong, which attracts visitors due to the strategic location of the fort. The fort fended the Paro Valley from the Tibetan invasion from the north in the early 17th century. On the clear day, Mt. Chomolhari(7320) can be seen towering over the Dzong. The visit to the seven floor museum highlights various aspects of Bhutanese culture and history dating back to the 7th century, making it a very long memorable and charming visit. Another attraction of this trip is the memorial chorten built in the memory of Late King Jigma Dirji Wangchuk 15th century Changankha Monastery and new Drupthob Nunnery Temple. The old capital city Punakha and Dzong is another remarkable fortress built between two rivers and make the trip real exciting.
Most of the tourism are attracted because of festivals in every country They want to know every culture and festivals celebrate by people. Usually, tourist is keen on learning in different festivals. Bhutan festivals is very unique as comparison to other country it has own rules style, rituals.
One of the most popular festivals in Bhutan whereas this festival falls in March. So, it is called as spring festivals too. At this time people used to wear masks and laymen dress up in vibrant, brocade costumes as well as they wear masks in their face whereas wearing masks representing wrathful and peaceful deities, they re-enact the legends and history of Buddhism in Bhutan. They perform the different type of dance also .As same kind of related festivals like Punakha Drubchen on February and Jambay Lhakhang Drup in October.
Haa is the name of valley, it is located very near to international airport in Paro. People of Bhutan celebrate this name of Haa festivals in summer. It is the kind of sports and religious performance. It provides unparalleled insight into the lives and traditions of Bhutan’s nomadic herders. It is one kind of experience by playing local sports, sapling the delicious-cooked cuisine and enjoying traditional songs and dances all while imbibing the heady local liquor (ara).