Tourism Bhutan in the last months of the year you also have the opportunity to experience unique festivals such as:
1. THIMPHU TSHECHU FESTIVAL
Thimphu Tshechu is considered to be Bhutan's biggest festival of the year, usually taking place in 3 days starting on the 10th of the 10th lunar month. This Bhutanese festival takes place at Tashichho Dzong – an extremely large Buddhist monastery located on the northern edge of Thimphu city and the west bank of Wang Chu, this is an opportunity for local Catholics to purify and wash themselves. from the cause and effect of the bad things they have created in the past and reminded themselves of the origin of life. It brings people closer together through the unity of culture, tradition and beliefs.
2. JAMBAY LHAKHANG DRUP FESTIVAL
Jambay Lhakhang Drup is one of Bhutan's oldest and most sacred festivals. Traveling to Bhutan at the time of this festival, you can admire “Mewang” – fire dance and “Tercham” – nude dance, which, according to the notion of the people, bring good luck and drive away bad luck.
3. WANGDUE PHODRANG TSHECHU FESTIVAL
Wangdue Phodrang is a land in Bhutan famous for its famous speeches and songs. Coming here on the occasion of the festival, you can delight in playing and dancing to celebrate the joy of life. “Ox Dance” is a bright spot in the festival, dancers will dance to the music and pray for a peaceful life after death for the people here. And when finished, Buddhist paintings bearing the name Guru Tshengye Thongdrol will be displayed. The 3-day festival will take place anytime in the October to November lunar calendar.