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Festival Tour to Bhutan
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Festival tour to Bhutan: A traditional way to get-together with Bhutanese family members, relatives, neighbours and children is during festivals in Bhutan which is held yearly on the auspicious day corresponding the holy date of the Bodhisattvas. Bhutanese people from different communities of the region gather to witness the annual event in their best outfit. It is always believed that, just to witness the festival is to get rid of the sin and to extend the life span of the people. Bhutanese festivals are always joyful occasion to interact with the friends, share funs and meals together.

Festivals in Bhutan are held every year in different dates. Many of these days celebrate the birthdays of Bodhisattvas in the Mahayana tradition or other significant dates, which starts especially from the 10th day in the Buddhist lunar calendar called Tse chu. It is celebrated in order to commemorate the victory over the saints who discovered the treasures to flourish peace and happiness by spreading the Buddhism, subduing and converting the evil spirits into their disciples, in return blessing the whole community with good luck, happiness and glamorous life for the eternity and good harvest. Therefore, festivals are the historical day of offering and must to pay the respect and homage to those masters.

Festival tours in Bhutan are memorable and most interesting especially for the professional photographer to collect lot of beautiful and amazing portraits of the Bhutanese. Festival holidays to Bhutan will also brings you the historical events of the locals with traditional Bhutanese holiday’s attire. Under unique festivals tours, we dress you up in Bhutanese costume, join the local families for meals and share the stories.

Some of the most popular festivals in Bhutan are, Paro festival, Thimphu festival, Punakha festival, Wangdue festival, Trongsa festival etc. Among many historical festivals in Bhutan, the most unique festival in Bhutan is Jambay Lhakhang Drup which is held for five days in autumn every year and is the only unique festivals in Bhutan so called naked dance festival.

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