Lhuntse Tshechu | Tourism Council of Bhutan (Official Website)

Lhuntse Tshechu | Tourism Council of Bhutan (Official Website)

Gomphu Kora Festival | Tourism Council of Bhutan (Official Website)

Gomphu Kora Festival | Tourism Council of Bhutan (Official Website)

Trongsa Tshechu | Tourism Council of Bhutan (Official Website)

Bhutan Travel with Thangbi Mani - Ideal Travel Creations

Haa Summer Festival | Tourism Council of Bhutan (Official Website)

Haa Summer Festival | Tourism Council of Bhutan (Official Website)

Thimphu Tshechu | Tourism Council of Bhutan (Official Website)

Thimphu Tshechu | Tourism Council of Bhutan (Official Website)

Why Everyone Is Traveling to Bhutan - TownandCountrymag.com

Why Everyone Is Traveling to Bhutan

The world's most reclusive country has been reincarnated as its most exclusive place to travel, where eco-chic resorts cling to Himalayan peaks, and valleys still resound with the sounds of silence.

Merak Tshechu | Tourism Council of Bhutan (Official Website)

Merak Tshechu | Tourism Council of Bhutan (Official Website)

Jambay Lhakhang Festival | Tourism Council of Bhutan (Official Website)

Jambay Lhakhang Festival | Tourism Council of Bhutan (Official Website)

Chorten Kora Festival | Tourism Council of Bhutan (Official Website)

Tshechu festival of Bhutan is an annual religious festival which is celebrated in each and every districts of Bhutan. The festival is held annually in

The Annual Black-necked Crane Festival -11th November | Tourism Council of Bhutan (Official Website)

BlackCrane festival in phobjikha, Bhutan. An entire festival is dedicated to black necked cranes which are endangered.

Wangduephodrang Tshechu | Tourism Council of Bhutan (Official Website)

Wangduephodrang Tshechu | Tourism Council of Bhutan (Official Website)

Sakteng Festival | Tourism Council of Bhutan (Official Website)

Sakteng Festival | Tourism Council of Bhutan (Official Website)

Pema Gatshel Tshechu | Tourism Council of Bhutan (Official Website)

Pema Gatshel Tshechu | Tourism Council of Bhutan (Official Website)

Paro Tshechu | Tourism Council of Bhutan (Official Website)

Lug-zo The art of iron work is known as Gar-zo and blacksmithing in Bhutan began sometime in the late century.

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