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2 Days - 3 Nights Easy
Wangdue Tshechu is a three-day festival of mask and folk dances founded by the 4th Temporal Ruler of Bhutan, Mr. Tenzing Rabgye (1638-1696), to commemorate the birth of Guru Padmasambhava. The festival is held in wangduephodrang Dzong. The festival is Known for dance of the Ox.
4 Days - 3 Nights Easy
The festival of Punakha is celebrated every year before the nomadic people of Laya depart back home. The Punakha Tshechu (or ‘festival’) takes place each February or March inside the incredible Punakha Dzong, the ancient capital of Bhutan. As well as being a really fun and exciting day out for the Bhutanese, the tshechu also provides devout Buddhists with an opportunity for pilgrimage and prayer.
3 Days Easy
Kurjey Tsechu is celebrated in the popular Kurjey Lakhang in Bumthang. People of Jakar and Kurjey villages attend the Tshechu to pay obeisance to Guru Rinpoche who brought Buddhism to Bhutan. It is a one-day festival and the chams/dances include the Guru Tshengye and Shinjay cham performed by the monks of Kurjey Lhakhang.
5 Days - 3 Nights Easy
The tour covers Thimphu, Paro, and a day trip to Punakha. You will spend 2 nights at Paro Le Meridian and 2 Nights at Thimphu Le meridian. Offering an indoor swimming pool, a spa, and wellness center, and a fitness center, Le Méridien Thimphu is located in Thimphu.
6 Days - 3 Nights Easy
Prized by the Government of Japan, this fungi is native to the forest of Ura valley in Bumthang. Visitors learn to identify and harvest the wild matsutake mushroom of Bhutan during the festival. They can hike the valley’s fragrant trails and give in to the thrill of discovering their own private patch of this most coveted mushroom.
7 Days - 6 Nights Easy
The Thimphu Festival, also known as the Thimphu Tshechu, is a vibrant annual event celebrated in Thimphu, the capital city of Bhutan. Firstly, the festival brings together locals and visitors alike, who gather at the Tashichho Dzong, an impressive fortress and monastery. Secondly, the festival features captivating masked dances and cultural performances, showcasing Bhutanese traditions and folklore.
7 Days - 6 Nights Easy
Thimphu Festival, which was established between 1705 to 1709 by Kunega Gyeltshen, the first reincarnation of Jampel Dorji, has an intriguing origin story. Thimphu Tshechu, a vibrant festival dedicated to the local deities. Initially, the festival took place over eight months of the Bhutanese calendar, and it was introduced during the reign of the fourth Desi Tenzin Rabgye (1638-1696).
5 Days - 4 Nights Easy
This is small rural festival in the village of Nag Lhakhang in Bumthang. This festival is usually held from 15th to 17th December.
7 Days - 6 Nights Easy
Bhutan is a country of Flowers. Almost 30 different species of Rhododendrons is discovered in Bhutan. Rhododendron Festival draws hundreds of visitors from all over the region and features the Rhododendron Festival Pageant, the Craft Fair with food and dances.
6 Days - 4 Nights Easy
Gasa Tshechu is the biggest event in the small district of Gasa in northwestern Bhutan. Gasa is home to highlander communities. While many mask dances are performed, the local folk dances performed are very unique and distinct adding to the festive mood of the celebration.