- Visit the religious monuments of King’s Memorial Chorten, Buddha Dordenma, and Tashichho Dzong in Thimphu.
- Explore the National Museum, Motithang Takin Preserve, School of Arts and Crafts, traditional paper factory, Bhutan Post Office Headquarter, and National Institute of Traditional Medicine.
- Witness the unique Buddhist traditions in the Chimi Lhakhang temple decorated with phallus objects and paintings, built by the Divine Madman
- Visit the architecturally wonderful Punakha Dzong that once was the seat of the administration of the government of Bhutan and office of the Druk Gyalpo.
- Make a stop at the Chendebji Chorten to observe its Nepalese stupa styled architecture on the way to Wangdue from Bumthang.
- Sightseeing tour to the local archery ground, Rinpung Dzong and Kyichu Lhakhang in the valley town of Paro
- Hike to the cultural icon, Tiger’s Nest Monastery atop a cliff above the Paro valley floor, known to be blessed by Guru Rimpoche, who mediated in its cave
Bumthang Nimalung Tshechu Festival lasts for three days happening at the Nimalung Buddhist Monastery. Bumthang Nimalung Tshechu Festival is an annual event. Tshechu are always conducted or ending on the 10th Day of a Bhutanese Calendar month as the term Tshechu means the tenth, which is widely celebrated as Birth Anniversary of Guru Rimpoche, The Second Buddha. Tshechu’s are organized in all 20 Districts of Bhutan and each district performs at different months from one another and its more like a New Year Celebrations and its both happy celebrations for the citizens as well as big day of offerings to the Guru Rimpoche and other local deities.
Bumthang Nimalung Tshechu Tour undeniably is a historical tour to understand the establishment of religious and cultural landmarks around Bhutan, specifically in its religious and spiritual heartland, Bumthang. Suppose you are someone who loves ancient architecture, festivals, culture, and history. In that case, the Bumthang Nimalung Tshechu Tour is intended just for you.