2021 bookings now open!
So many places,
So much to experience,
So little time...
The heart of Bhutan, where tradition meets modernity.
Capital of festivals and cultural heritage.
Home to the famous Punakha Dzong.
Visit a side of Bhutan that is off the beaten track.
A Land of Endless Beauty
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Festivals of Bhutan
Nimalung FestivalA three-day festival where a giant Thongdrol scroll with images of Guru Rinpoche is put on display.
Haa Summer FestivalA modern festival celebrating the culture, heritage, religion, and sports of Bhutan.
Paro TshechuMonks wearing masks representing deities re-enact scenes from legendary tales and Bhutan's past.
Punakha Drubchen TshechuA recreation of momentous scenes from the Tibetan Army battle of the 17th Century.
Wangdue Phodrang TshechuA major festival of central Bhutan where participants dance to ensure a peaceful afterlife.
Jambay Lhakhang Drup FestivalCelebrating the foundation of Jambay Lhakhang Monastery and honoring Guru Rimpoche.
Thimphu TsechuThe largest, most attended festival in Bhutan.
The entire Bhutan Trips team and I welcome you to explore the wonders of Bhutan through the eyes of a local. We love sharing our country with guests like you, and would love if you trusted us to make your trip of a lifetime come true.