Bhutan Festival Tour

Samsara Asia
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Oct 8 - 15, 2019
Group size: 1 - 16
Bhutan Festival Tour

Samsara Asia
  • Email address verified

Oct 8 - 15, 2019
Group size: 1 - 16

About this trip

- Get a glimpse of the living culture of Bhutan through a tsechu festival (trip is tailored to   

   coincide with Thimphu Tsechu)

- Experience Bhutan’s wilderness and rustic lifestyles on a drive through its picturesque villages   

   and national parks

- Take a hike up to the Tiger’s Nest and relax in the sanctity of its blessings.

- Soak and cleanse physically and emotionally in a therapeutic hot stone bath while you dine 

   with a local family in a rustic farmhouse.

What’s included

  • Accomodation
  • Meals
  • Visas
    Visa Management
  • Transport
    Tour vehicle with a licensed driver
  • Royalty
    Daily mandatory royalty to government
  • Guided Tour
    Guided tour with a guide
  • Entry fees
    Entry fees to all cultural places
  • Trekking
    All hiking and trekking haulage (porter, pony, camping gear, etc.)
  • Bottled water
    bottled water

What’s not included

  • Airfares
    International and domestic airfares
  • Insurance
    Travel insurance
  • Gratuities
    Gratuities and tips
  • Alcoholic beverages
    alcoholic beverages
  • Personal nature items
    Items of personal nature

Available Packages

Twin Sharing

The Single Room Supplement is applicable on base price

Single Room


Days 1 and 2
Arrival and Thimphu valley with a tsechu festival

Spend two days in Bhutan’s capital city of 0.1 million people exploring the local farmer’s market, numerous arts and crafts stores, museums and sacred spaces. A wander around this relaxed and friendly city gives a glimpse of the co-existence of urban and ancient Bhutan. Young men and women in tees and jeans stroll the streets for gourmet food, entertainments and work, while the elderly citizens chant mantras, spin prayers wheels and circumambulate sacred monuments sprawled over the valley. 


Partake in nne of the most sacred and famous festivals, the annual Thimphu Tsechu, a religious event celebrating an iconic spiritual masters (Guru Rinpoche) often considered the second Buddha . There are sacred masked dances performed by monks along with folk dances by the local men and women.

Your Organizer

Samsara Asia
Journeys with Saṃsāra Asia is a process to unplug and disconnect from our ‘more and more, faster and faster’ world to slow down, breathe, and re-connect with the places, the people and with our own inner stillness. Saṃsāra Asia was founded by Tshering L. in 2016 to create sensory journeys based on her own traveling experiences through some of the most sacred places on earth. We believe, a journey is about traveling the inner landscapes of the mind while drifting through places and meeting its people.