The annual nomad festival is held in Bumthang in central Bhutan. Bumthang is about an eight-hour drive from the capital city of Thimphu. This annual gathering brings together the nomads of the northeastern and northwestern Himalayan frontiers in an unforgettable celebration of their unique cultures and traditions. The festival is an ideal platform to witness and experience the unique traditions and way of life of different highlander communities in the country.
Our representative will be there at the airport to receive you and transfer you to the hotel.
Visit the nearby Ta Dzong, free to take a stroll in the Paro town.
Dinner and overnight at hotel. Food and accommodation will be arranged as per your reservations.
After breakfast, take a hike to the tiger’s nest (Paro Taktshang), the most visited tourist destination in Bhutan.
After lunch, Drive towards Thimphu.
Dinner and overnight stay in hotel in Thimphu.
After breakfast, visit Kuenselphodrang- the world’s largest statue of sitting Buddha.
Visit changgangkha lhakhang and National memorial chorten.
After lunch, Drive towards Punakha. , on the way to Punakha halt in Dochula for photography.
Upon arrival in Punakha visit chimmi lhakhang and Punakha Dzong.
Dinner and overnight halt in Hotel in Punakha.
After an early breakfast, drive towards Bumthang. Approximately 216 km drive , 7 ½ hrs journey.
On the way to Bumthang visit chendebji lhakhang, a stupa built in the design of Boudhnath in Nepal.
Halt in Pelela Pass (3390 m) for Photography, this is the perfect spot to get a glimpse of the eastern Himalayas in full stretch.
Dinner and overnight stay in Hotel in Bumthang.
After breakfast, attend the Nomad Festival.
After lunch drive to Tang and visit Mebartsho(the burning lake).
Dinner and overnight halt in Hotel in Bumthang.
After breakfast, Jakar Dzong.
After lunch, visit kurje lhakhang, and Jambay lhakhang.
Dinner and overnight stay in hotel in Bumthang.
After a breakfast, begin your journey towards Phobjikha, halt in Pelela pass for photography.
After the day long journey, arrive in Phobjikha and check into a hotel and retreat for the day.
After an early breakfast, explore the valley of the black necked cranes. Get ready to capture the most scenic photographs of this journey.
Visit Gangtey – another place guaranteed to amaze your mind, spend time with the monks at the Gangtey lhakhang.
Dinner and overnight stay in Hotel in Phobjikha.
After an early breakfast, drive towards Paro.
Dinner and overnight stay in a Hotel in Paro.
After breakfast, drive to the airport and farewell.
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