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Tshechu Festival in Bhutan | Bhutan Festival

Tshechu, meaning festival occurs in every district of Bhutan and among the 20 districts, each of the festival takes place once a year to honor Guru Rinpoche who bought tantric form of Buddhism in Bhutan in the 8th century.
People from within Bhutan and outside gather to witness and get blessings.
It is also the time for the locals to showcase their colourful dresses, men wear “Gho” and women wear “kira”.
Families members staying at different places also take a break from their usual work and get together until the festival ends

There are 20 districts in Bhutan with various Festival in different regions of Bhutan.

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Royal Highlander Festival | Laya Bhutan Festival

The Royal Highlander Festival takes place in Laya, a remote village in Bhutan with no motorable road and the only way to reach there is by trekking for 2 days.

This festival is initiated to mark the birth celebration of HRH Gyalsey and also highlander from different part of Bhutan gather to share different ideas on farming with other entertaining events for the day.

Day 1: Arrival in Paro International Airport

Halt at min. 3 star rated hotel or resort in Thimphu

Day 2: Drive to Punakha

Halt at min. 3 star rated hotel or resort in Punakha

Day 3: Drive to Gasa to Konia camp 
  • Drive to Gasa after early breakfast and then start our trek for the day which will be 4 hours

Overnight camp at Konia

Day 4: Konia to Laya
  • We will start  our trek to Laya which will be 6-7 hours through Kohi Lapcha pass at an altitude of 3300m

Overnight camp at Konia

Day 5: Royal Highlander Festival
  •  The Royal Highlander Festival marks the beauty of Gasa district, its pristine nature, traditions  and introduces Gasa’s vision of “Good to Great Gasa”
  • The festival consist of cultural dances and songs performed by the localities
Day 6: Royal Highlander Festival
  • On the second day, we can visit Laya village and experience local life
  • Visit holy lakes lava and get relaxed in hot spring  in Lungo village
Day 7: Laya to Konia 
  • We will trek back to Konia camp site today ( 6-7 hours )

Overnight camp at Konia

Day 8: Konia to Gasa 
  • We will trek to Gasa camp site today ( 6-7 hours )
  • Visit Gasa Hot spring and rejuvenate yourself whole day trekking.
  • Visit Gasa dzong

Overnight camp at Gasa or halt at  guest house

Day 9: Gasa to Thimphu 
Day 10: Gasa to Thimphu to Paro 
Day 11:  Paro Taktsang 
Day 12:Outbound journey 
  • We bid farewell today and drop you to Paro airport

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Phuentsholing Festival | Bhutan Festival Tour – Bhutan Tour Agent

Phuentsholing Festival takes place in Chukha Dzongkhag. Mask dances and cultural programs are performed by students from different schools of Phuntsholing and people from different dzongkhags of Bhutan gather to witness the occasion.

Mask Dance

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The masks are made from wood, painted and designed colourfully and the festival takes place in temples and monasteries annually.

Phuentsholing is located adjacent to Amochhu also known as Toorsa river where locals gather for picnic with their families on the weekends and holidays.

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Dechenphu Tshechu Bhutan Festival Tour – Amedewa Tours and Trek

Dechenphu Tshechu is located in the outskirts of Thimphu, approximately 30 mins drive from Thimphu.

Dechenphu Tshechu festival is of great importance as it is dedicated to Gay Ngyen Jakpa Melen, the guardian deity of Bhutan.

The sacred dances performed includes Genyen Kunchaam, Shazam Cham, Nga Cham followed by other cultural and classical program.

Tentative itinerary for Dechenphu Tshechu Festival

 

Day 1: Arrival to Paro International airport

Welcome to Bhutan! Representative from Amedewa Tours will receive you and drive to Thimphu.

Dechenphu festival

Activity for today

Day 2: Thimphu Sightseeing

Bhutan festival tour

Activity for today

Day 3: Dechenphu Festival

Dechenphu festival

Activity for today

  • We will attend Dechenphu festival.
  • Easy day hike from Buddha Dordenma to Changangkha.
  • Stroll Thimphu town in the evening.
Day 4: Drive to Punakha

Bhutan festival

Activity for today

Day 5: Punakha to Paro
Festival in Bhutan
Activity for today
Day 6: Paro sightseeing 

Paro valley

Activity for today
Day 7: Tiger’s Nest

Bhutan cultural tour

Activity for today
Day 8: Outbound journey
  • We bid farewell today and drop to Paro airport.

Package cost: USD 1890 for 1 pax

USD 1825 for 2 pax and above

USD 1615 for 3 pax and above

What’s Included

    • Bhutan Royalties, tourists fees, Visa fees, museum/monument fees and taxes.
    • Accommodations in minimum 3 star Hotel/Resort or Farm stays if interested
    • All meals (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner) including evening tea/coffee etc through-out the tour in Bhutan.
    • All land transfers, sightseeing with entrance fees.
    • Experienced English Speaking Bhutanese Tour Guide.
    • Bottled water in the vehicle and other comp. services.
    • Tour SUV with well experienced driver with pick and drop to airport
    • Return souvenir gift from Bhutan

Not Included

    • Flights into and out of Bhutan
    • Personal expenses such as bars, beverages in the hotel, telephone, laundry, tips, and others.
    • Archery cost and river rafting
    • Travel Insurance (Recommended but not available in Bhutan)

Email us at travelamedewa@gmail.com or visit www.amedewa.com

Phone/WhatsApp: +97517306726

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Gangtey Festival – Black Necked Crane Festival – Amedewa Tours and Trek

The Gangtey festival creates awareness and importance of conserving the endangered species of Black Necked Crane.

The bird migrates to Phobjikha valley during the winter month and the Black Necked Crane festival is also celebrated in the month of November.

The festival includes folk dances and songs based on Black Necked Crane themes and other mask dances and cultural program.

09 Days Black Necked Crane Festival Tour 

Day 1: Arrival to Paro International airport

Welcome to Bhutan! Representative from Amedewa Tours And Trek will receive you and drive to Thimphu, the capital city.

Things to do in Thimphu

Activity for today 

Day 2: Thimphu Sightseeing

Gangtey festival

Activity for today 

Day 3: Drive to Punakha

Gangtey festival

Activity for today 

Day 4:  Punakha to Gangtey

Gangtey festival

Activity for today 

Day 5: Black Necked Crane Festival

Gangtey festival

Activity for today 

  • The Festival is held at the courtyard of Gangtey goenpa in Phobjikha.
  • Explore Gangtey nature trail.
  • Hotstone bath in the evening.
Day 6: Gangtey to Paro

Paro Ringpung Dzong

Activity for today 

Day 7: Paro to Haa via Chelela pass

Chelela pass

Activity for today 

  • Chelela Pass
  • Lhakhang Karpo and Lhakhang Nagpo
  • Stroll Haa town
Day 8: Tiger’s Nest

Bhutan cultural tour

Activity for today 

Day 9: Outbound journey
  • We bid farewell today

What’s Included

    • Bhutan Royalties, tourists fees, Visa fees, museum/monument fees and taxes.
    • Accommodations in minimum 3 star Hotel/Resort or Farm stays if interested
    • All meals (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner) including evening tea/coffee etc through-out the tour in Bhutan.
    • All land transfers, sightseeing with entrance fees.
    • Experienced English Speaking Bhutanese Tour Guide.
    • Bottled water in the vehicle and other comp. services.
    • Tour SUV with well experienced driver with pick and drop to airport
    • Return souvenir gift from Bhutan

Not Included

    • Flights into and out of Bhutan
    • Personal expenses such as bars, beverages in the hotel, telephone, laundry, tips, and others.
    • Archery cost and river rafting
    • Travel Insurance (Recommended but not available in Bhutan)

Email us at travelamedewa@gmail.com or visit www.amedewa.com

WhatsApp: +97517306726

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Bho Yak Festival in Haa Bhutan – Amedewa Tours & Trek

Bho Yak Festival in Haa is of great significance as it celebrates the victory over the border with the help of Ap Chungdu, a local deity of Bhutan and the celebration honours the deity. It starts as early as 2:30 am where the monastic body recites prayers to appease the deity until 5:30 am. It is then followed by Ap Chundhu’s ride, a well-decorated horse bought to the Lhakhang and then led in Chipdrel procession with singing melodious traditional songs of praises and wishes for the well-being of sentient beings to Janka Kha where the actual event takes place.

The procession is then welcomed by the locals in their best colourful attire.

Event: Bho Yak Festival in Haa, Buddhist Festival

Venue: Haa

More info and Booking: Amedewa Tours And Trek

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Druk Wangyel Festival – Amedewa Tours & Trek

The Druk Wangyel festival was established in 2011 and it is held annually on 13th December at Dochula Pass attracting lots of visitors from outside the country.

Unlike any other festival in Bhutan, Druk Wangyel Festival is performed by Royal Bhutan Army rather than monks as a tribute to the wise leadership of His Majesty Jigme Singye Wangchuck, the fourth king of Bhutan.

The Grandeur of the 108 stupas also known as “Druk Wangyel Chorten” stands at an elevation of 3100m on the east-west road from Thimphu to Punakha. A 360 degree panoramic view of snow covered Himalayan mountain ranges are visible from the pass on clear winter days. It is popular among tourists to capture beautiful pictures and it is common to see Bhutanese families enjoying the weekends and holidays to picnic near the chortens with packed lunch and hot butter tea.

The 108 Stupas also known as “Druk Wangyel Chorten” were built under the commandment of Queen mother, Azhi Dorji Wangmo Wangchuck, to commemorate the memory of the soldiers killed in the 2003 war against insurgents from India and victory under the guidance of His Majesty The Fourth King, Jigme Singye Wangchuck.

Highlights of the festival 
  • Experience one of the unique festival in Bhutan.
  • Explore culture of Bhutan.
  • Relax and enjoy pristine environment of Bhutan.
Druk Wangyel Festival Tour

 

Day 1: Arrival to Paro International airport

Welcome to Bhutan! Representative from Amedewa Tours will receive you and drive to Thimphu.

Druk Wangyel Festival

Activities for today

Day 2: Thimphu Sightseeing

Druk Wangyel Festival

Activities for today

Day 3: Drive to Punakha

Druk Wangyel festival

 

Activities for today

Day 4: Punakha to Paro

Druk wangyel festival

 

Activities for today

Day 5: Paro Sightseeing

Paro valley

Activities for today

Day 6: Paro Tiger’s Nest

Paro Bhutan

Activities for today

Day 7: Outbound journey
  • We bid farewell today and drop you to Paro airport.

Package cost: USD 1360 for 1 pax.

USD 1300 per head  for 2 pax and above.

USD 1120 per head for 3 pax and above.

 

What’s Included

    • Bhutan Royalties, tourists fees, Visa fees, museum/monument fees and taxes.
    • Accommodations in minimum 3 star Hotel/Resort or Farm stays if interested
    • All meals (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner) including evening tea/coffee etc through-out the tour in Bhutan.
    • All land transfers, sightseeing with entrance fees.
    • Experienced English Speaking Bhutanese Tour Guide.
    • Bottled water in the vehicle and other comp. services.
    • Tour SUV with well experienced driver with pick and drop to airport
    • Return souvenir gift from Bhutan

Not Included

    • Flights into and out of Bhutan
    • Personal expenses such as bars, beverages in the hotel, telephone, laundry, tips, and others.
    • Archery cost and river rafting
    • Travel Insurance (Recommended but not available in Bhutan)

Email us at travelamedewa@gmail.com or visit www.amedewa.com

WhatsApp: +97517306726

Get your Tour Customized with us!

Useful Links:

Getting into Bhutan

How to make tour payment to Bhutan?

Bhutan visa information

Travel Tips to Bhutan

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Tshechu Festival in Bhutan – Bhutan Tour Operator

Tshechu Festival in Bhutan

Tshechu, a religious festival is celebrated on the tenth day of a month of the lunar calendar corresponding to the birthday of Guru Padmasambhava.
The annual Tshechu is held in different districts of Bhutan in various Temples, monasteries, and Dzongs.
Festival is the time when locals gather with their friends and families in colourful attires worn only during the festival and they spend the entire day together and rejoice themselves.

It is believed that everyone must attend a festival and witness various mask dances to wash away all sins and gain merit.
it also consists of various cultural programs and showcases Bhutan’s rich culture and history.

List of Festivals in Bhutan
Thimphu Festival is held in the capital city which honors the birthday of Guru Rinpoche, the saint who introduced Buddhism to Bhutan.
Paro Festival is celebrated for 5 days in Paro valley. It consist of mask dances and cultural programmes with unfurling of Thangka of Guru Rinpoche on the last day.
Punakha Festival is held right after Punakha Drubchen which honors the victory of Zhabdrung Ngawang Namgyel over the invading Tibetan forces which then lead to unification of the country as one nation.

Punakha tshechu festival is held after Punakha Drubchen with unfurling of Thnongdrel, a large tapestry of Guru Rinpoche.

Black Necked Crane Festival is celebrated at the courtyard of Gangtey Goenpa in Phobjikha valley. It is an occasion for the locals to rejoice and celebrate the arrival of this endangered and majestic bird which becomes an inseparable part in their daily lives during the winter months.

It is organized to generate awareness and understanding on the importance of conserving the endangered Black-Necked Cranes. The festival includes cultural programs such as folk songs and dances and mask dances performed by the local people, crane dances and environmental conservation-themed dramas and songs by school children.

Contact us for Bhutan Festival Tour!

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Punakha Festival Bhutan Festivals for 2023 – Amedewa Tours and Trek

Punakha Drubchen is celebrated to honour the victory by Zhabdrung Ngawang Namgyel over the invading Tibetan forces which then lead to the unification of the country as one nation.

Punakha Tshechu/Festival is held right after the Punakha Drubchen with unfurling of Thongdrel ( a large tapestry ) of Guru Rinpoche.

It is believed that by attending a festival like this can cleanse sins and gain merits.

Punakha festival: 01 to 03 March, 2023

Email: travelamedewa@gmail.com for any customization and confirm the festival dates with us.
Venue: Punakha
Tentative Itinerary

8 Days Punakha Festival Tour | Amedewa Tours And Trek

Day 1 Arrival to Paro International Airport

Arrival to Paro International Airport - Amedewa Tours

Representative from Amedewa Tours And Trek will receive you with Tashi Khada, traditional way of receiving guest and then drive to Thimphu, capital of Bhutan.
On the way visit iron bridge.
Thimphu TashiChodzong.
National Memorial chortoen.
Try dinner at the local farm house if interested.
Halt at the Resort.

Day 2 Thimphu Sightseeing

Thimphu Sightseeing - Amedewa Tours

Visit Simply Bhutan Museum.
Buddha Dordenma.
Simtokha Dzong.
Bhutan Postal Museum and National institute for Zhorig Chusum.
Royal Textile museum and Centenary Farmer’s Market.
Rows of Handicraft shops in Thimphu.
Experience night life in Thimphu  if interested.

Day 3 Hike to Tango and Cheri Monastery

Tango and Cheri Monastery - Amedewa Tours

Hike Tango monastery and Cheri Monastery for today.
Visit Traditional Paper making factory and archery ground where locals play on weekends and on public holiday.
Take Hotstone Bath in the evening and relax.

Day 4 Thimphu to Punakha/ Punakha Festival

Thimphu to Punakha - Amedewa Tours

Visit Dochula Pass on the way to Punakha.
Punakha Dzong and suspension bridge.
Attend Punakha Festival with our National costume Gho for men and Kira for women and then drive back to resort and rest in Punakha on that day.

Day 5 Punakha to Paro

Punakha to Paro - Amedewa Tours

Drive back to Paro and visit Ringpung Dzong.
National Museum.
Kichu Lhakhang.
Check out handicraft shops and stroll Paro town.
If time permits, visit Drugyel Dzong.

Day 6 Paro to Haa Valley via Chelela Pass

Paro to Haa Valley via Chelela Pass - Amedewa Tours

Drive to Haa valley and on the way visit Chelela Pass.
Visit Lhakhang Karpo ( White temple) and Lhakhang Nagpo ( Black temple).
Stroll Haa town and return back to Paro for the night.

Day 7 Hike to Tiger’s NestHike to Tiger’s Nest - Amedewa Tours

We will hike to Tiger’s nest today and enjoy the scenic views of the mountains.

Day 8 Depart Paro

We bid farewell today and drop you back to Paro International Airport.

Package cost: USD 1895 per head for 1 pax
                           USD 1825 per head for 2 pax
                           USD 1615 per head for 3 pax and above.

 

TOUR INCLUDES

Bhutan Visa
All taxes, surcharges and royalties
Accommodation in 3-star hotel/resort
All three meals (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner)
English Speaking Tour Guide
Trying Bhutanese Costume (to be returned at the end of the tour)
Tour SUVs with well experienced driver
Return souvenir gift from Bhutan
Entry/Museum/Monument fees

TOUR EXCLUDES

Flight to Bhutan
Any Personal expenses
Laundries, alcoholic drink
River rafting and Hotstone Bath

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Paro Festival tour of Bhutan for 2023 – Bhutan festival tour 2023

The annual Paro Festival is one of the most popular events in Bhutan, it is held for 5 days and starts on the 10th day of 2nd Bhutanese lunar month and ends on the 15th day.

The festival is followed by mask dances, cultural programs and locals gather in their best colourful attires and spend time together with friends and families but most importantly it is believed that one can gain merits by attending the festival.

It also offers an opportunity to witness Bhutan’s culture and history.

On the last day of the festival, a large Thangkha (Embroidered Painting), the Guru Thongdrel is displayed to the public.

Venue: Paro Bhutan
Festival Date: 1-5th April 2023
Email: travelamedewa@gmail.com for any customization and confirm the festival dates with us.
Tentative itinerary

7 DAYS PARO FESTIVAL TOUR | BHUTAN LAND OF HAPPINESS

DAY 1:  ARRIVAL TO PARO INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

Paro International Airport - Amedewa Tours

A representative from Amedewa Tours and Trek will receive you with “Tashi Khadar”, traditional way of welcoming guests.
Drive to Thimphu, capital of Bhutan which is an hour drive.
Visit Iron bridge on the way.
Visit Tashichodzong.
National Memorial Chorten.
Try dinner at the farm house and mingle with Bhutanese families.
Halt at the Hotel/Resort.

DAY 2:  THIMPHU TOUR

Thimphu Tour - Amedewa Tours

Visit Buddha Dordenma.
Simply Bhutan Museum.
Simtokha Dzong.
Bhutan Postal museum to get your own personalized stamps.
Centenary Farmer’s market and rows of Handicraft shops.
If interested visit pubs and grab a beer and relax.

DAY 3:  THIMPHU/PUNAKHA

Punakha Tour - Amedewa Tours

Visit Dochula Pass.
Punakha Dzong.
A short hike to Chimi Lhakhang
Suspension bridge.
Hike Khamsum Yully Namgyel Chorten.

DAY 4: DRIVE TO PARO FROM PUNAKHA

Paro festival

Visit Paro Ringpung Dzong.
National Museum.
KIchu Lhakhang.
Handicraft shops and stroll Paro Town.

DAY 5: PARO FESTIVAL

Paro festival - Amedewa Tours

Atten Paro festival.
Try our national dress, GHO for men and KIRA for women.
Get dressed in our national costume and attend the festival.
Visit Drugyel Dzong.
Watch Archery match where locals play on public holidays and on weekends.
Hot stone bath in the evening and relax.

DAY 6: HIKE TIGER’S NEST

Tiger's Nest Bhutan - Amedewa Tours

Hike Tiger’s nest after early breakfast.
Visit Kichu Lhakhang.

DAY 7: DEPART BHUTAN

We bid farewell to our valued guest.

PACKGE COST: USD 1630 for 1 pax
                            USD 1570 per head for 2 pax
                            USD 1390 per head for 3 pax and above.

 

TOUR INCLUDES
Bhutan Visa
All taxes, surcharges, and royalties
Accommodation in 3-star hotel/resort
All three meals (Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner)
English Speaking Tour Guide
Trying Bhutanese Costume (to be returned at the end of the tour)
Tour SUVs with a well experienced driver
Entry/Museum/Monument fees
Return souvenir gift from Bhutan

 

TOUR EXCLUDES
Flight to Bhutan
Any Personal expenses
Laundries, alcoholic drink
River rafting and Hotstone Bath

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Paro Festival with Cultural Tour of Bhutan

Paro Festival is one of the popular festival in Bhutan. It is celebrated for 5 days which mainly consist of mask dances with cultural programme and unfurling of Thangka, an embroided painting of Guru Rinpoche.

Tentative itineraries for Paro Festival with Cultural Tour of Bhutan 

 

Day 1: Arrival to Paro International airport

Paro festival

 

Activities for today 
  • Iron bridge, on the way to Thimphu
  • Visit Thimphu Tashichhodzong

Halt at min. 3 star rated hotel or resort in Thimphu.

Day 2: Thimphu cultural tour 

Thimphu Cultural Tour

Activities for today 
Day 3: Thimphu to Punakha

Bhutan cultural Tour

Activities for today 

Halt at min. 3 star rated hotel or resort in Punakha.

Day 4: Punakha to Paro 

Paro festival

Activities for today 

Halt at min. 3 star rated hotel or resort in Paro.

Day 5: Paro Festival

Paro festival

Activities for today 
  • Paro Festival
  • Try national costume, GHO for men and Kira for women
  • Play Archery
  • Stroll Paro town and handicraft shops

Halt at min. 3 star rated hotel or resort in Paro.

Day 6: Drive to Haa via Chelela Pass 

Bhutan cultural tour

Activities for today 

Halt at min. 3 star rated hotel or resort in Paro.

Day 7: Paro Tiger’s Nest

Bhutan cultural tour

Activities for today 

Halt at min. 3 star rated hotel or resort in Paro.

Day 8: Outbound journey
  • We bid farewell today and drop you to Paro airport
Package cost: USD 1880 for 1 pax
                         USD 1810 per head for 2 pax
                         USD  1600 per head for 3 pax and above

 

What’s Included
  • Bhutan Royalties, tourist fees, Visa fees, museum/monument fees and taxes.
  • Accommodations in minimum 3-star Hotel/Resort
  • All meals (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner) including evening tea/coffee etc through-out the tour in Bhutan.
  • All land transfers with pick and drop to airport, sightseeing with entrance fees.
  • Experienced English speaking Bhutanese Tour Guide.
  • Bottled water in the vehicle and other comp. services.
  • Tour SUV or Toyota or Hyundai Mini Bus with well experienced driver depending upon number of pax

 

Not Included
    • Flights into and out of Bhutan
    • Personal expenses such as bars, beverages in the hotel, telephone, laundry, tips, and others.
    • River rafting in Punakha

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Gasa Festival | Festival of Bhutan | Bhutan Festival Tour

Gasa Festival in Bhutan 

This unique festival is accompanied by mask dances and other cultural programmes by the locals of Gasa. The festival also consist of stalls with local based Yak produce, medicinal herbs and plants along with some competition on highland animals including the Yaks, mastiffs and horse which makes it very unique to the visitors.

Day 1: Arrival in Paro International Airport

Halt at min. 3 star rated hotel or resort in Thimphu.

Day 2: Thimphu cultural sightseeing

Halt at min. 3 star rated hotel or resort in Thimphu.

Day 3:  Day hike Thimphu
  • Hike to Dodeydrak monastery and if time permits explore trail from Buddha Dordenma to Changangkha.
  • Visit Homestays and mingle with locals if interested.

Halt at min. 3 star rated hotel or resort in Thimphu.

Day 4: Drive to Punakha

Halt at min. 3 star rated hotel or resort in Punakha.

Day 5: Punakha to Gasa 
  • We will drive to Gasa today and leisure at the farmhouse or camp
  • Visit Gasa Hotspring

Halt at farmhouse or camp in Gasa.

Day 6: Gasa Festival 
  • Attend Gasa Festival and drive to Punakha for halt

Halt at min. 3 star rated hotel or resort in Punakha.

Day 7: Punakha to Paro 

Halt at min. 3 star rated hotel or resort in Paro.

Day 8: Drive to Haa via Chelela Pass

Halt at min. 3 star rated hotel or resort in Paro.

Day 9: Paro Tiger’s Nest
Day 10: Outbound journey

Mail us at travelamedewa@gmail.com or visit www.amedewa.com for any queries.

Useful Links:

Getting into Bhutan

How to make tour payment to Bhutan?

Bhutan visa information

Travel Tips to Bhutan