Festival Tours

 Festival Tours in Bhutan 

The rich history of Bhutan is shaped by the strict adherence to Buddhism. The Buddhist festivals or tsechus are true exhibits of Bhutanese culture and heritage. They are held in honor of Guru Padmasambhava (The Lotus God) who introduced Buddhism in Bhutan. Masked dances and folk music are the highlights of tsechu. People dress up in their finest traditional clothing and join the festivities with great pomp and cheer. Bhutanese tsechus attract thousands of tourists each year.  Attending a Festival Tour is the best way to witness the Bhutanese culture and to interact with locals.






  • Visa arrangements and visa fees

  • All permits and permit fees

  • Accommodation in 2/ 3/ 4 - star hotels or farm stays or home stay or tents based on your preference, budget and feasibility

  • All meals (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

  • Bottled mineral water

  • English-speaking tour guide certified in Culture tourism

  • All transfers and internal transportation with skilled driver

  • Sightseeing as per itinerary

  • Entrance fees at all sightseeing places

  • Government sustainable development fee and royalty fee

  • All taxes and surcharges


  • Airfare and excess baggage fare

  • Inbound airfare (if any)

  • Personal expenses

  • Phone calls, laundry services and room services in hotels

  • Meals outside of those mentioned in inclusions

  • Travel insurance or medical insurance

  • Extra charges incurred on bank wire

  • Extra cost of any adventure activities 

  • Alcohol or Soft drinks

  • Tips for guide, driver or hotel staff

  • Services not mentioned in inclusions

To know detailed itinerary with costs