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7 Days - 6 Nights Easy
Gangtey festival is very important for people living in Phobjikha. This three-day annual festival is held with the performance of various sacred mask dances that are based on Peling tradition and some unique to Gangtey valley. The festival concludes with ngedup Langwa(receiving of spiritual wisdom)which is a special blessing ritual for the people.
5 Days - 4 Nights Easy
Zhemgang is a remote district in the Country but it is the birding paradise of Bhutan. Enjoy the festival with Birds.
7 Days - 6 Nights Easy
Set among pristine lakes and high alpine valleys, the Haa summer festival is a lively and uplifting celebration of traditional living culture, nomadic lifestyles, unique Bhutanese cuisine, traditional sports, and religious performances. Immerse yourself in this one-of-a-kind experience by playing the local sports, sampling the delicious home-cooked cuisine, and enjoying traditional songs and dances all while imbibing the heady local liquor (Ara). Join us on this fantastic journey into the Mythic Valley of the Guardian Spirit.
6 Days - 6 Nights Easy
Tangsibji is a village near Ura valley in Bumthang District. Bumthang is the cultural capital of Bhutan. The festival is held in the small village temple starting in September.
6 Days - 5 Nights Easy
Trongsa Tshechu is held insidethe vast Trongsa Dzong and is the oldest tshechu in bhutan. It is beleived that Tshechus in bhutan spread from Trongsa. Most of the mask dance teacher, learned in Trongsa. On the last day of the Tshechu a ginat Thongdrel is unfurled.
13 Days - 12 Nights Easy
There are two significant festivals celebrated in the region: the annual Dakpakora, which involves the circumambulation of the chorten by Dakpas, held on the 15th of the first lunar month, and the Drukpakora, a similar circumambulation by Bhutanese, held at the end of the first lunar month. These festivals attract participants from Tawang and the surrounding areas.
11 Days - 10 Nights Easy
The Jomolhari Mountain Festival is a captivating two-day event held at the foot of Mt. Jomolhari, where communities residing along one of Bhutan’s most breathtaking trekking routes come together. This festival not only honors the rich culture of these communities but also celebrates the awe-inspiring natural wonders that envelop them. Among these wonders, the elusive and graceful snow leopard takes center stage.
6 Days - 4 Nights Easy
Royal Highlander Festival is being celebrated to convey the message to the world about climate change. The highlander people from Laya participate in this festival