Bhutan – Cultural Tours.

Bhutan – Cultural Tours with Bhutan Excursion.

Bhutan remained isolated from outside cultural influences for centuries. It has always maintained a strict policy on maintaining and preserving its culture and heritage. Only in mid 1970s foreign visitors were allowed to visit the country but it still maintains limited numbers of visitors. These helped Bhutan preserve many aspects of its culture that dates back to 17th century and before.

Bhutan Trongse Dzong
Bhutan Excursion will take you to the modern ancient Bhutan and showcase the culture which our forefather has carefully guarded in its purest form. Bhutanese believe that other than the preservation of the culture and revered values.

The cultural tours organized by Bhutan excursion gives you insight into the people, the culture, tradition, ecology and religion of the country. Cultural tours into Bhutan will take you to the picturesque arts and architectures of Bhutan. One will witness the unique festivals of Tsechus which are conducted in almost all the dzongs, monasteries and in important cultural places. The dzongs, monasteries, chortens and traditional Bhutanese houses provides you the spectacular splendor of Bhutanese architecture.

The cultural tours with Bhutan Excursion will take you close to the unique and vibrant Buddhist ways of life. Out cultural tours covers Paro, Thimphu, Punakha, Wangdue, Trongsa, Bumthang, Mongar, Lhuentshe, Trashigang and Trashiyangtse. Bhutan is virtually untouched, by the external influences, in terms of religion, architecture and lifestyle despite opening its doors to outside world in mid 70’s.

The most spectacular festival of Bhutan- Tsechu, takes place at the dzongs and important monasteries in honor of Guru Rinpoche. They are normally celebrated in springs and autumns. The five day festival consists of colorful pageantry, mask dances, folk dances, and religious allegorical plays. These festivals have not changed for centuries. Tsechus are the medium of Buddhist teaching which also gives an opportunity for social gatherings. Tsechus provides an ideal opportunity to appreciate the essence of Bhutanese unique culture and tradition.

Tour Packages :

1. Autumn Jambay Lhakhang Drup (Tsechu Festival)tsechu festival dance in-bhutan

This excellent adventure includes the chance to see many of Bhutan’s most important towns and monasteries, as we journey to the beautiful region of Bumthang at the heart of the kingdom. From the lovely Paro Valley, with its spectacularly-located Taktsang Monastery, we will drive by way of Thimphu to the historic winter capital at Punakha. […]


2. Glimpse of Bhutantaktsang-tigers-nest-monastery-in-paro-bhutan

Glimpse of Bhutan is an ideal way to experience the glory and the myth of this Himalayan Kingdom at its most magnificent – a perfect blend of culture and nature exploration.

It gives you a chance to meet people, enjoy the pristine forest with rare glimpse of wildlife and observe the ancient old traditions of […]


3. Journey across the Kingdom trashigang dzong fortress Bhutan

Experience Bhutan through its whole length as you drive from west to central valleys and to the far remote East.

The trip includes varieties of experiences, starting out by car from Paro your journey east through the Bhutanese Capital of Thimphu and then the picturesque valleys of Punakha, Phobjikha and Trongsa. You will spend a couple […]


4. The Complete Bhutan Experience dochu la stupas Bhutan

Nestled between India and Tibet, the exquisite mountain kingdom of Bhutan has been isolated and protected for centuries by mighty Himalayan peaks. Because few visitors are allowed to enter the country, daily life rituals remain sacred and the landscape is relatively undeveloped. Tradition and Buddhism infuse every facet of life, from jingling brass bells of […]


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