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Party Time, Buddhist Style

Tshechus are not something you say to pardon a sneeze, but deeply religious and vibrant expressions of the country’s centuries-old Buddhist culture and one of the best things to do in Bhutan. An explosion of colour that involve the whole community - be that 5 people or 500 - the festivals are between 1 and 5 days long and are centred around the Cham Dances, which are banned in neighbouring Tibet and see locals dressed in bright costume and masks expressing moral stories of saints and sinners from Bhutan’s rich past.

WHY VISIT BHUTAN?

There is more to Bhutan's scenic beauty. The fast flowing rivers, the winding roads and the varying terrain provide ample avenues for activities like mountain...

BEST TIME TO VISIT BHUTAN

Bhutan enjoys four distinct seasons of spring, summer, autumn and winter and, although you can visit all year round, spring (March-May) and autumn... 

TOP 5 THINGS TO SEE IN BHUTAN

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