Festival tour to Bhutan – 11 Days

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Many visitors come to Bhutan to enjoy the most popular festivals which are held in Paro in the spring and in Thimphu and Bumthang in the fall. Festivals are well worth attending because they give you a different sense of the Bhutanese culture plus they’re fun and entertaining. Due to the interest in the festivals these are the busiest times of the year for tourism in Bhutan.

So, if you wish to attend a festival, we strongly suggest that you book your trip well in advance as seats availability on Druk Air is limited. Festival Tours in Bhutan is an ideal opportunity to witness “Tsechu” or religious festivals which are held annually at various parts of the kingdom at different times of  the year. The most popular festivals are Paro Tsechu (March / April), ThimphuTsechu (September / October) and the Jambay Lhakhang Drupchen in Bumthang (October / November).

The Tsechu festival is celebrated at every Dzong. The major events are Mask dance known as Cham which takes place for 3-4 days in honor of Guru Rimpoche. Performed by both monks and laymen the Bhutanese people would have witnessed 12 episodes by the end of the festival. It is a must for every Bhutanese to see and understand every dance as these gains them merits and brings them luck. It is also a time when people from all over Bhutan leave all their farm work and get dressed in their best attires, jewelries and rejoice together.

You will walk at mid-night to Jambay Lhakhang to witness the dancers dance around the fire naked and it is believed to be the most scared dance. The participants at the dance are masked and the local people sing folk songs and interact with each other.

Paro Tshechu (festival) is one of the biggest religious celebrations of the Bhutanese year and is one of the busiest festivals in Bhutan where dances are performed by trained monks and laymen wearing amazing costumes. You can also experience the buzzing active lifestyle while visiting many historical sites in Bhutan.

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  • Day 1 : Arrival Kathmandu
  • Day 2 : Full day sightseeing in Kathmandu Valley
  • Day 3 : Fly to Paro
  • Day 4 : Participate in Paro festival.
  • Day 5 : Drive to Punakha valley.
  • Day 6 : Drive to Thimpu & explore around.
  • Day 7 : Excursion to Taktsang monastry
  • Day 8 : Fly to Kathmandu
  • Day 9 : Departure

Arrival Kathmandu

• Arrive in Kathmandu. • Check you into a hotel for the day.




Full day sightseeing in Kathmandu Valley

Sightseeing of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites.


Fly to Paro

• Fly to Paro. • Stay the night in a hotel.




Participate in Paro festival.

Participate in the Paro festival.


Drive to Punakha valley.

Drive to Punakha valley.


Drive to Thimpu & explore around.

Drive to Thimpu and explore around.


Excursion to Taktsang monastry

• Excursion to Taktsang monastery. • Stay the night in a hotel.




Fly to Kathmandu

• Fly back to Kathmandu. • Join us in the evening for a farewell dinner and a Nepali cultural show.



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  • All accommodations included within Nepal and Bhutan.
  • Full broad meals included.
  • Private transfers.
  • Professional English Speaking Tour Guides.
  • All airports pick up and transfers.
  • Farewell dinner which includes a Nepali cultural show.
  • Round trip airfare to Kathmandu – Bhutan – Kathmandu.
  • Travel permits.
  • Bhutan visa fees.
  • Major monuments’ entrance fee in Bhutan.


  • Personal travel insurance.
  • All personal items.
  • A few lunches and dinners are not included.
  • Tips for guides and drivers.
  • Mountain and road rescue.
  • Other emergency evacuations will be charged if necessary.
  • Expenses incurred as a result of illness, landslides, political disturbances, re-routing, flight cancellations and any other unforeseen situations and events which is not under our control.
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  • Nepal Visa cost -USD 25.
  • City monument entrance fee USD 35 (approx) which is payable upon arrival.

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