Experience the festivals in the best way with DrukAsia tours and treks.

Bhutan is known as the ‘Land of the Thunder Dragon’. This is not only literal, describing thunderstorms as they roll in across the mountains, but also symbolic, referring to the strength and stability of the kingdom. Bhutan still retains much of its domestic lifestyle, largely unchanged from the time of its 16th-century unification, and is one of the few remaining Buddhist Monarchies in the world.

The Bhutanese place heavy emphasis on the inner pursuit of happiness and society is structured around this principle. Bhutan also values the well-being of its citizens and its environment. Respect for elders, family values, and religious practices are all very important in Bhutanese culture. Music and dance are integral parts of everyday life and Bhutanese people enjoy a variety of festivals throughout the year.

Bhutanese people celebrate all major festivals with great joy and enthusiasm. People from all walks of life come together to take part in the festivities. These festivals are accompanied by singing, dancing, and feasting, all in celebration of the rich Bhutanese culture and traditions.

The Jomolhari mountain festival : 

Jomolhari is an annual event held in the Bhutanese capital of Thimphu. It celebrates the beauty of the Jomolhari Mountain, which is located in the northern part of Bhutan and is widely considered one of the most stunning and impressive mountains in the world. The festival begins on the first day of the third first week of April with the community of Bhutanese who come from all over the country to celebrate. The festival features cultural performances by local Bhutanese performers, dance competitions, and other festivities. Special prayers are offered to the local deities to bless the mountain and its people. 

Jambay Lhakhang Drup

Jambay Lhakhang Drup is an annual festival held in the Jambay Lhakhang temple complex near the town of Bumthang in Bhutan. It is a colorful six-day Buddhist festival that typically takes place in October/November and draws visitors from all over the world. During the festival, dances are performed by masked lamas on the large central courtyard and pilgrims can make offerings of incense to the deity enshrined inside the temple. Deities such as the Guru Rinpoche, the founder of Buddhism in Bhutan, and four wrathful kings are said to guard Bhutan against the four cardinal directions.

Bhutan’s Festivals are really exquisite, if you really want to Travel in Bhutan you must take the DrukAsia tour and treks as your tour guide.

DrukAsia is a licensed official agent of DrukAir the airline operator of the Kingdom of Bhutan. DrukAir established DrukAsia in order to help their tourists. 

They are operating with the most Knowledgeable tour guides, These guides help you to choose your package and even with Visa, AirTickets, and hotels. You can even customize the packages according to your choice.

So if you want to experience the best of Bhutan, you must check their websites out for the pricing and further details, and other exciting packages.

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