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Nepal Based Tibet & Kailash Tour Operator
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Bhutan Festival Tour

Trip Price

Per Person

Total Duration:0 Day


Trip Grade:Easy

Meals:Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Transportation:Private Car


Festivals in Bhutan square measure throughout the year. There square measure many festivals that are chiefly for the honor of Guru Padmasambhava, diffusion of Tantric Buddhism. Festivals in Bhutan create social gather of people to rejoice, dressed in finery. The most popular pageant event happens in Thimpu, Paro, Punakha, Wangdue and in Bhumthang. Festivals are performed with ancient mask dance and most of the dances in the program have spiritual significance. The gods and goddess of Buddhism teaching square measure concerned throughout these dances. It is believed that the power and blessing of their dance beat all misfortunes as well as city management with peace and happiness.

Festival Tour in an Asian country is more enclosed with alternative activities. Visiting main monasteries, other historical places, and mountain range activities makes your pageant tour more charming. While you can possibly notice a pageant visit to be one among the highlights of your trip, you got to remember that you just will then be visiting at the time of the high season and thus want to ready for a few crows and doable shortages of accommodation. We recommend that if you wish to go to one of the foremost standard festivals, you should attempt to book a minimum of six months ahead to induce the most effective choice of flights and hotels. Minimum days of festival tours in the Asian countries will be four nights five days. You can create it longer with alternative attention-grabbing activities. You won’t miss the famous Taktsang Monastery (Tiger Nest) in Paro. Dachula pass, Thimpu Dzong, Punakha Dzong are additionally a list of your visits throughout the Asian country Tour.

Please contact us for your tour cost and itinerary.

Visa processing

Bhutan visa is pre-processed by our company we tend to want to own your passport copy by scan on our e-mail. We can send you an electronic visa in your mail. You need to print and carry to fly to the Asian country. At immigration authorities will stamp on your passport. We recommend carrying a pair of passport size of the photograph and a few USD cash in hand. Your passport must be valid for an additional six months at the time of travel in the Asian country.

Major Festival Dates in Bhutan on 2020 - Source: Tourism Council of Bhutan



Start Date

End Date

Punakha Drubchen


Mar 04, 2020

Mar 06, 2020

Punakha Tshechu


Mar 07, 2020

Mar 09, 2020

Chorten Kora

Trashi Yangtse

Mar 12, 2020

Mar 28, 2020

Tharpaling Thongdrol


Mar 12, 2020


Gasa Tshechu


Apr 03, 2020

Apr 06, 2020

Zhemgang Tshechu


Apr 04, 2020

Apr 07, 2020


Trashi Yangtse

Apr 04, 2020

Apr 06, 2020

Talo Tshechu


Apr 04, 2020

Apr 06, 2020

Paro Tshechu


Apr 07, 2020

Apr 11, 2020

Chhukha Tshechu


Apr 09, 2020

Apr 11, 2020

Rhododendron Festival


Apr 14, 2020

Apr 16, 2020

Domkhar Tshechu


May 05, 2020 

May 07, 2020

Ura Yakchoe


May 07, 2020

May 10, 2020

Nimalung Tshechu


Jul 01, 2020

Jul 03, 2020

Kurjey Tshechu


Jul 03, 2020


Haa Summer Festival

Haa Valley

Jul 05, 2020


Mushroom Festival


Aug 15, 2020

Aug 16, 2020

Masutaki Mushroom Festival


Aug 23, 2020

Aug 24, 2020

Thimphu Drubchen


Sep 26, 2020

 Sep 29, 2020 

Wangdue Tshechu

Wangdue Phodrang

Sep 28, 2020

Sep 30, 2020

Tamshing Phala Chhoepa


Sep 29, 2020

Oct 01, 2020

Thimphu Tshechu


Sep 30, 2020

Oct 02, 2020

Gangtey Tshechu

Wangdue Phodrang

Oct 03, 2020

Oct 05, 2020

Thangbi Mani


Oct 04, 2020

Oct 06, 2020

Jumolhari Mountain Festival


Oct 14, 2020

Oct 15, 2020

Royal Highland Festival


Oct 23, 2020

Oct 24, 2020

Jakar Tshechu


Oct 29, 2020

Oct 31, 2020

Dechenphu Tshechu


Oct 30, 2020


Jambay Lhakhang Drup


Nov 04, 2020

Nov 06, 2020

Prakhar Duchhoed


Nov 05, 2020

Nov 06, 2020

Black Necked Crane Festival

Wangdue Phodrang

Nov 11, 2020


Mongar Tshechu


Nov 26, 2020

Nov 28, 2020

Pemagatshel Tshechu


Nov 26, 2020

Nov 28, 2020

Trashigang Tshechu


Nov 27, 2020

Nov 29, 2020

Jambay Lakhang Singye Cham


Dec 03, 2020


Nalakhar Tshechu


Dec 03, 2020

Dec 05, 2020

Druk Wangyel Tshechu


Dec 13, 2020


Trongsa Tshechu


Dec 26, 2020

Dec 28, 2020

Lhuentse Tshechu


Dec 26, 2020

Dec 28, 2020


Cost Include

  • Arrival and Departure arrangement
  • Accommodations in 3 star category hotels and resort
  • Three meals a day breakfast, lunch & dinner
  • Full time English speaking Bhutanese guide
  • Private transportation and sightseeing as per the itinerary
  • Entrance fees of museums and parks as per the itinerary
  • Bottled drinking water throughout the journey
  • Bhutan Visa arrangement service
  • Government royalty and all the taxes, Service charge
  • FIT Surcharge for one and two persons

Cost Exclude

  • Flight fares to and from Paro, Bhutan. (Direct flights are available from Kathmandu, Bangkok and  from Delhi, Please let us know we will manage it for you)
  • Personal expenses and any alcoholic, non-alcoholic beverages
  • Tips to guide, driver, trekking staff, hotel service, etc.
  • Single room supplement charge
  • Luxury hotels/resorts available on supplement cost
  • Specialized /language guides available on supplement cost
  • Travel / Medical Insurance

Recommendations for Yatra

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High altitudes pose challenges like lower oxygen levels, inducing symptoms such as headaches, nausea, lethargy, and breathlessness. These affect everyone, regardless of age or fitness. Acclimatization is crucial; avoid tranquilizers and antibiotics. Slow down activities, rest frequently, and reduce talking. Walk slowly, keep loads light, and observe silence with a smile. Consume liquids, avoid sudden exertion, and protect against cold. Don't bathe in streams, protect against dust and sun, and follow experienced guides. Prioritize rest, hydration, and warm clothing during winter.

Wi-Fi will be accessible in Kathmandu, but as we venture into the more secluded regions of Nepal, connectivity will be restricted. The tour guide will carry a satellite phone for emergency communication. Wi-Fi connection is more accessible in the Tibet region as well, while there are no such facilities in Mansarovar, and during the Parikrama. 

Options for e-sims are widely available in supported devices for cellular data, while mainstream social media including WhatsApp and Facebook are prohibited in China. The use of VPNs may allow for seamless communication with family back home. 

During May to September, temperatures in Nepal and Tibet range from 10 to 22°C during the day. Despite the moderate daytime temperatures, the intense sun at high altitudes can create a much warmer sensation. Nighttime temperatures may drop significantly, reaching as low as -5°C.

As altitude increases, the body requires time to adapt to lower oxygen levels through a process known as acclimatization. Proper acclimatization is crucial for maintaining health and ensuring a comfortable journey at high altitudes. Most individuals are affected by the reduced oxygen levels at elevations exceeding 2,500 meters. Diamox (Acetazolamide) has proven to be highly effective in facilitating acclimatization and countering High Altitude Sickness. Further details will be provided closer to the journey.

Please consult your doctor and undergo a medical examination before embarking on the Mount Kailash and Lake Manasarovar yatra. Given the high altitudes, it is advisable to begin exercises such as walking, jogging, yoga, and breathing exercises at least a month prior to ensure a successful journey.

The Touch Kailash Team will be providing a Duffel Bag, a 25l Backpack, and a Down Jacket (on a refundable basis), upon your arrival in Kathmandu. 

Carry a small waist pouch or document bag to organize essential documents:
- Passport with photocopies
- Photographs
- Identity card
- Diary for addresses and contacts
- Ball pens with spare refills
- Maps/Charts/Books
- Travel cheques, credit cards & currency
- Airline/Railway tickets/vouchers
- Any other personal documents


Common Items:
- Big bag for equipment
- Small light trek bag
- Water bottle/Thermos flask (1 liter)


- Enough clothing for the entire journey, including trek suits, leisure wear, jogging trousers, T-shirts, polar fleece, shirts, salwar kameez, etc.
- Wool socks, thick tights, wool monkey cap, scarves, warm light gloves
- Wool/thermal long underwear
- Rainwear (umbrella or raincoat)


- Sports comfortable shoes/trainers (Nike, Adidas, etc.) with a spare pair
- A pair of light slippers


- Toiletries kit (soap, shampoo, toothbrush, toilet rolls, towels, etc.)
- Sunscreen lotion/cream
- Facial tissues, wet wipes


Camping Items:
- Torch/candle/matchbox/lighter/batteries
- Knife
- Plastic mug
- Dusk masks/face masks


Personal & General Items:
- Regular medicines
- Dark sunglasses
- Favorite food for energy (nuts, biscuits, powdered juice)
- Kapoor/Vicks/Inhaler, etc.
- Binoculars/Camera/extra batteries
- Milk powder for tea


First Aid Kit:
- Typical backpacking kit for minor injuries
- Diamox/Aspirin/painkillers
- Lip balm/Mustard oil/Vaseline
- Plasters
- TCP, salt, mint, Vicks for sore throats

  • The Currency for Nepal is Nepalese Rupee, while there are options to exchange at the airport, you may find better exchange rates at the numerous exchange centers in the Thamel Market. 
  • The Currency used in Tibet is the Chinese Yuan, US Dollars or other currencies are not accepted. 
  • While US Dollars and major currencies, including Indian Rupees, are accepted in Nepal, this is not the case in Tibet. If you intend to convert your money to Chinese Yuan, you can do so either at international airports or in Kathmandu.

This journey encompasses urban, rural, and remote areas in Nepal and Tibet, resulting in varying accommodations and amenities. Whether it's five-star hotels and guest houses or camping in the breathtaking Himalayan regions under the care of our staff, you can be confident that we will consistently offer the best possible facilities in every instance.

All Travelers must ensure that their passport is valid for a minimum of 6 months from the date of tour completion. 

  • Indian Passport Holders do not require a visa to enter Nepal
  • All foreign Passport Holders can get their 30 days multiple entry visa to Nepal at the Kathmandu Airport, or online from the Nepal Immigration Website
  • All Visas and Permits along with other needful documents for Tibet will be arranged by Touch Kailash Team

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