Upcoming Festivals

The Nabji Lhakhang Drup festival is a unique festival celebrated in the beautiful Nabji village in Trongsa. The village is remotely located in central Bhutan where the pilot Community based tourism trek passes through. The festival is held in honor…

Duration: Jun 15-16, 2018

This festival takes place in the remote nomadic community of Sakten village in eastern Bhutan. The village lies on the Merak Sakten community-based trek and the brokpas - the nomadic people residing here have their own unique culture, lifestyles and language…

The Druk Wangyel Tsechu festival is unlike any other religious festivals in Bhutan. It was established to mark a very important and recent event in Bhutan's history where His Majesty the Fourth King lead Bhutan's small and modest army to battle againts…

Duration: May 4-10, 2017

These two festivals are community festivals taking place in Bumthang valley. The Domkhar Tsechu takes place in Chumey valley from 05th - 07 May,2017, and then the Ura Yakchoe takes places in the serene valley of Ura from 07th -…

Duration: July 5,2017

The Haa Summer Festival was established to showcase the unique living-culture and the nomadic lifestyles of the people of Haa valley in western Bhutan - through a day filled with local cuisines, traditional sports and religious performances - making it…

This festival is held at Tamshing Lungrub Chholing Lhakhang (Temple of Good Message) in the central valley of Bumthang. The temple was built by the great Tertoen Pema Lingpa (Treasure Discoverer) in 1501. It is a very important monastery of the…

Do you fancy picking wild mushrooms in Bhutan and be immersed in mother nature's creations? This trip is for you. The Sangay Shamu, or the Matsutake musrooms grows wildly in some pockets of Bhutan, but the best place to pick…

Duration: Mar 4-6,2017

Difficulty: Easy

This unique festival is essentially two festivals in one, and takes place in the most beautiful fortress of Bhutan, the Punakha Dzong. The fortress itself is a fine example of greatness of Zhabdrung Ngawang Namgyal who united Bhutan in the 17th…

The endangered Black-necked Cranes that migrate to Phobjikha valley is a special conservation project of the Government of Bhutan, but also a cultural icon for the people of Phobjikha. The Royal Society for the Protection of Nature together with the…

WangduePhodrang is a beautiful valley with a fortress majestically overlooking the valley where the great Punatsangchu river meanders. The Dzong (fortress) serves as the administrative centre and was built in 1639 by ZhabdrungNawangNamgyel, the leader who united Bhutan. The annual…