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Festival Date: 6th - 10th May 2017
The beautiful Ura village will be holding Ura Yackhoe for an unforgettable journey into the center of Bhutan.
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From USD 2,290
Festival Date: 11th November 2017
On 11th November every year, Black-Necked Crane Festival is held to spread awareness on the cranes and the traditions.
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From USD 2,049
Festival Date: 8th - 9th July 2017
Visit the last district to be opened to tourist and mingle with the villagers during the Haa Summer Festival.
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From USD 1,440
Festival Date: 4th-6th November 2017
Attend the highly intimate Prakhar Tsechu with Druk Asia, a Bhutan tour operator. This is a highly popular festival that require booking months in advance.
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From USD 2,790
Festival Date: 30th September-2nd October 2017
The Thimphu Tshechu, as all Tshechu festivals, honors Padma Sambhawa, also known as Guru Rimpoche.
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From USD 1,540
Festival Date: 2nd-6th March 2017
Witness the re-enactment of Bhutanese against Tibetan war on this ancient capital of Bhutan, in the 17th century.
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From USD 1,899
Festival Date: 13th December 2017
The Royal Bhutan Army hosts the Druk Wangyel Tshechu Festival to commemorate the victories of Bhutan's heroic Fourth King. Enjoy panoramic Himalayan views from the scenic Dochula Pass - one of Bhutan's most stunning natural treasures.
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From USD 2,040
Festival Date: 23rd-24th August 2017
The Ura Matsutake Mushroom Festival marks the beginning of the season for the most prized of all wild mushrooms. Enjoy delicious Matsutake meals, interact with locals, and gain an understanding of Bhutanese village life.
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From USD 1,840
Festival Date: 7th - 9th March 2017
The Punakha Tshechu honors Padmasambhawa, the precious yogi and saint who is credited with having introduced Tantric Buddhism throughout the Himalayas.
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Festival Date: 1st -3rd July 2017
Witness Nimalung Tshechu, a rich form of the oral history tradition where the Bhutanese pass on values, mythology and spiritual beliefs through the dance dramas.
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From USD 1,840
Festival Date: 4th - 6th April 2017
Participate in the mask and Atsara dances on the last day of Talo Tshechu and on the second last day of Paro Tshechu.
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From USD 1,799
Festival Date: 7th –11th April 2017
Participate on the last day of Paro Tshechu.
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From USD 1,540
Festival Date: 7th - 10th January 2017
Get to see Bhutanese in their finest clothing at this festival. Mask dances, music, feasting and religious blessing will be present.
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From USD 2,040
Festival Date: 4th - 6th April 2017
Visit Bhutan during the spring and attend both Paro and Gomkora Tshechu in Bhutan. Paro Tshechu is one of the biggest Tshechu in Bhutan.

From USD 3,040
Festival Date: 3rd - 5th December 2017
Enjoy by witnessing Nalakhang festival with dance and music as they play a very important part in the cultural life of Bhutanese people.

From USD 2,290
Festival Date: 14th - 15th June 2017
Attend the Padtshelling Kuchey and witness the celebration of the festival at Padtshelling Monastery in Bumthang.

From USD 1,849
Festival Date: 4th-6th November 2017: Jambay lhakhang is located in Bumthang and is situated on the way to the Kurjie Lhakhang. It’s a ten minutes drive to the temple from the Chamkhar town.

From USD 2,290
Festival Date: 7th - 9th March 2017
Every year, the Bhutanese hold the Punakha Tshechu Festival in honour of Padmasambhawa, the precious yogi and saint who introduced Tantric Buddhism to the people of the Himalayas. Get a first-hand experience of Bhutan's living history, masked dancers, and ancient traditions.

From USD 1,540