For those seeking festival fun, Bhutan expresses extravagantly its ancient Buddhist culture during various traditional events. Cities grind to a halt to honour Guru Rinpoche and Guru Padmasambava. Tshechu festivals are held on days and months in the Bhutanese calendar and can last up to four days! A series of incredibly stylish masked dances are performed. Both Jakar and Bumthang festivals are two of the most popular festivals in the country, held inside the Jakar dzong. Be a part of the vibrance on this jam-packed tour in the Land of the Thunder Dragon!
Day 1: The Jakar at the Bhumtang Festival Day 2: Thimphu: The Capital of Bhutan Day 3: Taktshang Monastery Day 4: Spirituality in Bhumtang Day 5: Paro Valley Day 6: Goodbye for Now! Day 7: Trongsa Dzong Day 8: The Punakha Valleys Day 9: The Cranes in Phobjikha Valley Day 10: Welcome to Bhutan Day 11: The Hidden Haa Valley Day 12: Sightseeing in Thimphu
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