Mark your calendar and save the date for the Haa Summer Festival on 9th and 10th July, 2011. The festival is one of the most special events organized in the enchanted valley of Haa which was opened to tourists only in 2002. The Haa Summer Festival offers a lively and uplifting combination of traditional living culture, nomadic lifestyle, demonstration of Bhutanese cuisines, processing of local Ara (drink), traditional sports, religious performance, dances, songs, artifacts, an exhibition on Nublang (sacred unique cattle of Haa) and natural alpine flowers .
Bhutan Spring festival tours Festivals in Bhutan are rich and happy expressions of its ancient Buddhist culture. It is also a social gatherings where people, dressed in their best, come together to rejoice. Festivals are annually held in every Dzong (fortress) and monasteries. This tour package combines the important Punakha tshechu festival, with a visit to the roosting ground of Black necked crane and also some historical cultural site of the central and western region of Bhutan. Detailed Itinerary Day 1 (20 February, Saturday): Arrive Paro The flight to Paro offers the spectacular views of the Himalayan range including the sacred Jhomolhari and Jichu Drake peaks of Bhutan. Upon arrival in Paro, you will be greeted by our representative and transfer to hotel. After lunch, visit Paro Dzong, which was built in 1646, and visit Kyichu Lhakhang, the oldest temple in the country. Overnight hotel in Paro. Day 2 (21 February, Sunday): Paro - Punakha After breakfast you will
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Tourism In Bhutan The Royal Government of Bhutan strongly follows the principle and policy of Low volume / high value tourism. Which means it believes and practice on the principle of sustainability - whereby tourism must be environmentally and ecologically friendly, socially and culturally acceptable and economically viable. Visiting Bhutan All visitors to Bhutan are required to book ... (read more)