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Events Calander

Bhutan’s calendar is packed with interesting events every year. You will never find it hard to see and get involved in something when you are in Bhutan. The hardest thing you will face will be deciding which to see and do during your trip.


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    Pangkhar Choedpa

    The festival is held at Pangkhar monastery in Ura, Bumthang. Legend has it that when the monastery was under construction, langurs helped at night whi...

    Start Date: Dec 2, 2017

    End Date: Dec 7, 2017

    Destination: Bumthang

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    TAWSANG TSHECHU

    This festival takes place in the Tawsang Goenpa in Lhuentse. Various mask dances, cultural programs and blessings form the main part of the festival....

    Start Date: Jan 19, 2018

    End Date: Jan 19, 2018

    Destination: Lhuentse

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    Festival of the Foothills

    The festival is mainly focused on enhancing the local economy. There will be full display of livestock, agriculture and horticulture products. Unique...

    Start Date: Jan 24, 2018

    End Date: Jan 24, 2018

    Destination: Sarpang

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    NGATSHANG TSHECHU

    Ngatshang is located about twenty-five kilometers away from Monggar on the Monggar-Trashigang highway. It is one of the famous historical places in Mo...

    Start Date: Jan 25, 2018

    End Date: Jan 27, 2018

    Destination: Mongar

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    TSATSE DZONGKLINGOEN TSHECHU

    This festival takes place in Tsatse Dzong in Nanong, Pemagatshel. It is one of the many other religious festivals besides the annual Pemagatshel Tshec...

    Start Date: Jan 26, 2018

    End Date: Jan 27, 2018

    Destination: Pemagatshel

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    CHURZEGANG TSHECHU

    The Tshechu is just like any other Tshechus performed in all the 20 Dzongkhags but here the dances/chams are performed by the villagers of the communi...

    Start Date: Jan 27, 2018

    End Date: Jan 27, 2018

    Destination: Sarpang

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    SHALI TSHECHU

    The Shali Tshechu is celebrated in Shali village under Shumar gewog in Pemagatshel. During the tshechu, visitors can witness and experience different...

    Start Date: Jan 29, 2018

    End Date: Jan 31, 2018

    Destination: Pemagatshel

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    BON-CHOE RUP

    This festival is observed in the villages of Goling, Zhobling, Nyakhar, Tshaidang, Kamjong and Duedmang under Zhemgang Dzongkhag. It is an old tradi...

    Start Date: Jan 29, 2018

    End Date: Jan 31, 2018

    Destination: Zhemgang

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    LHAMOI DROMCHE

    The Lhamoi Dromche is an annual festival performed by the monks of Trongsa Dzongkhag. The chams/dances include many forms worshipping the female guard...

    Start Date: Feb 20, 2018

    End Date: Feb 22, 2018

    Destination: Trongsa

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    BIRTH ANNIVERSARY OF HIS MAJESTY JIGME KHESAR NAMGYEL WANGCHUCK

    His Majesty the 5th King of Bhutan was born on 21st February 1980 and to mark this important day, people in every dzongkhag observe the day with vario...

    Start Date: Feb 21, 2018

    End Date: Feb 23, 2018

    Destination: Thimphu

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    PUNAKHA DRUBCHEN

    Punakha Drubchen is a unique festival as it hosts the a dramatic recreation of the scene from the 17th century battle with the Tibetan army. This is o...

    Start Date: Feb 21, 2018

    End Date: Feb 24, 2018

    Destination: Punakha

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    PHURBA DRUBCHEN

    This festival is observed in Trashiyangtse, located in the far eastern part of Bhutan. “Drubchen” means a “great accomplishment” in Tibetan and is one...

    Start Date: Feb 22, 2018

    End Date: Mar 2, 2018

    Destination: Trashi Yangtse

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    LHAMOIZINGKHA TSHECHU

    The annual Tshechu was commenced in 2011 to benefit 3 gewogs (Lhamoizingkha, Nichula and Karmaling) under Dagana. The chams are common just like what...

    Start Date: Feb 23, 2018

    End Date: Feb 25, 2018

    Destination: Dagana

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    KHENGZOR TSHECHU

    This is yet another important and sacred festival in Pemagatshel. It takes place in the Khengzor lhakhang in Khar, Pemagatshel.

    Start Date: Feb 24, 2018

    End Date: Feb 26, 2018

    Destination: Pemagatshel

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    LICHIBI TSHECHU

    Also spelled as Litchibi Tshechu, this festival takes place in Goshing, Zhemgang. During the festival, some mask dances and prayers are recited during...

    Start Date: Feb 25, 2018

    End Date: Feb 25, 2018

    Destination: Zhemgang

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    PUNAKHA TSHECHU

    The Punakha Tshechu is one of the most popular Tshechus in the country. It is held right after the popular Punakha Drubchen. The unfurling of the thon...

    Start Date: Feb 25, 2018

    End Date: Feb 27, 2018

    Destination: Punakha

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    NGANGLAM TSHECHU

    Nganglam Tshechu is held in Nganglam Lhakhang in Zobel, Pemagatshel. Several sacred mask dances are performed and local folk dances are also showcased...

    Start Date: Feb 28, 2018

    End Date: Mar 2, 2018

    Destination: Pemagatshel

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    TANGSIBI MANI

    Tangsibi Mani is a religious ritual celebrated in Ura Gewog under Bumthang Dzongkhag and the chams/ dances include all the Ter Chams composed by the g...

    Start Date: Mar 1, 2018

    End Date: Mar 4, 2018

    Destination: Bumthang

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    THARPALING THONGDROL

    Tharpaling Thongdrol is a one day festival and is mainly the display of gaint thangka or thongdrol (applique silk work with buddhist images) of Jowo...

    Start Date: Mar 2, 2018

    End Date: Mar 2, 2018

    Destination: Bumthang

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    BULI MANI

    Buli Mani is a 3-days festival which includes chams and dances which are said to be performed by the local people of Buli village. The chams include m...

    Start Date: Mar 2, 2018

    End Date: Mar 4, 2018

    Destination: Bumthang