Bhutan Culture Touring includes traveling by vehicle through the Bhutanese countryside, with optional walks and day hikes to visit temples, monasteries and villages. Culture tours also include visiting museums, handicraft shops, and weekend markets, where you will be introduced to Bhutanese food and eating habits.
This tour will introduce you to Bhutan and its unique culture and tradition. Bhutan Cultural tours are an excellent way to experience the people and culture of Bhutan. Each night, one stays in comfortable guesthouses or well done small hotels, or home-stay arrangements for a night to experience the Bhutanese farm house. While not as demanding as trekking, these trips are well suited for those travelers who wish to learn about Bhutan’s culture and environment, without the physical demands of trekking.
The culture tour can combine with trekking tours and coincide with any festival events; we can make your Bhutan holiday itinerary exactly the way you want. Our guests can choose to visit Bhutan either on festival dates or other parts of the year.
Indeed, undeniably Bhutan is a trekker’s paradise and one of the most attractive tourist event sought. Spectacular Himalayan mountains souring from the plains of Indians sub-continent is a sight beyond imagination and compare but is to be witnessed and then tell stories. The high peaks majestically stand above 7000 meters and claimed to be the highest unclimbed mountain in the world.
The trekkers journey through fresh mountains creeks, breathtaking landscape, protected natural parks, unwind at yak herder’s camp with hot butter tea, experience of the medieval ambience of nomad lifestyles and sight of hundreds of species of birds, wild array of flora and fauna and tapestry of Bhutanese colours are soothers to relieve city stress in nature’s lap.
Bhutan Dew Drop Travel is expert in the following treks tho’ we have other treks listed.
1. Merak & Sakten Trek
2. Jomolhari Trek
3. Jomolhari Base Camp
4. Druk Path Trek
5. Dagala Thousand Lakes Trek
6. Laya -Gasa Trek
7. Nob Tshona Pata Trek
8. Gangtey Valley Trek
9. Bumthang Cultural Trek
1. Bumthang Owl Trek
2. Samtengang Winter Trek
3. Gas Hot Spring Trek
4. Nabji Korphu Community Base Trek
5. Punakha Winter Trek
Bhutan festivals are rich and happy expressions of its ancient Buddhist culture. This festivals are held in all districts in honour of Padmasambava “one who was born from a Lotus flower”, popularly known as “Guru Rinpoche”, the precious Teacher. This saint contributed enormously to the diffusion of Tantirc Buddhism in the Himalayan regions of Tibet, Nepal, Bhutan, etc. around 800 A.D.The Tsechu is a religious festival, and by attending it, it is believed one gains merits. It is also a yearly social gathering where the people gather to rejoice, dressed in finery.
The Thimphu Tsechu was established by the 4th Temporal Ruler, Tenzing Rabgye (1638-1696) in 1670 on the 8th month of Bhutanese calendar to commemorate the birth of Guru Rinpoche. In order that Bhutan can rejoice in continued happiness, many learned lamas established the tradition of these dances. The deities of the Tantric teaching are invoked during these dances. Through their power and benediction, all misfortunes are annihilated, and peace and happiness reign.
Bhutan Festival Tours offer Tourists a complete insight into the nation’s vibrant religion & Culture. The most popular events in the cultural itineraries coinciding Thimphu Festival, Paro Festival, Punakha Festival, Wangdue Festival, Gomkora, Chotenkora and Bumthang Festival.