FESTIVAL TOURS

CHERISH THE ANCIENT TRADITIONS DURING THE CHORTENKORA FESTIVAL AT TASHIYANGTSE

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15 days

SCHEDULE:

Day 01: Paro

Day 02: Paro

Day 03: Thimphu

Day 04: Thimphu

Day 05: Punakha

Day 06: Punakha

Day 07: Trongsa

Day 08: Bumthang

Day 09: Bumthang

Day 10: Mongar

Day 11: Tashigang

Day 12: Tashiyangtse

Day 13: Tashiyangtse

Day 14: Samdrupjongkhar

Day 15: Exit

One of the most amazing cultural event of the dragon kingdom extends from the western to eastern borderlands of Arunachal Pradesh, with in proper scrutiny of Paro, Thimpu, Punakha, Wangduephodrang and Gangtey in the west; Trongsa and Bumthang in central Bhutan; Mongar and Trashigang in the east. This spectacular expedition starts from west to east along the lateral highway and eventually winds up at SamdrupJongkar to step in to the Indian cities for rest of your journey.


In the western region of Bhutan, the most remarkable places like the mad man�s fertility temple, Tiger�s Nest Monastery, the ancient capital of Bhutan and in the central part lies the ancestral home of Bhutanese royal family named Trongsa and also the ancient temples in Bumthang valleys where first Himalayan Buddhism took hold should be visited by every one of us. We attend the most intense part of the little-known country side festival at ChortenKora in eastern Bhutan where the tantric mystic is said to have subdued the local demon. In order to come across the border for witnessing the festival one should mingle with the locals and the people of the Arunachal Pradesh. The finest tapestry of textiles is weaved by hand in Radhi and Lhuntse, small beautiful mountain villages in Bhutan. This unforgettable trip is coupled by excellent landscapes and day hikes in this Shangri-La country whose virgin ecology and immemorial customs still exist in everyone�s mind.