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Mongar Festival Tour

Mongar Festival Tour

per person

This festival is one of the most exciting local event is the annual three day Tshechu that is held every November. It is witnessed by people from as far as Trashigang and Lhuntse district There are numerous local Tshechu in this region all with their own unique dances and traditions.

They occur at various times throughout the year so visitors can be assured that no matter when they visit a fantastic and colorful local festival will be taking place.

11 Days
2+ Age
  • Destination
  • Departure
    Paro / Paro
  • Dress Code
    Casual, comfortable athletic clothing, hiking shoes, hat and light jacket.
  • Included
    Mongar Festival Tour
    3 Star Hotel Accommodation
    One time visa fees US$40
    Basic Trekking Equipments
    All Ground Transportation
    All taxes and fees
    Entrance fees to all the monument and museum
    Royalty US$ 65/person/night(Child under 12 year is exempt from Royalty US$65)
    Personal Guide
  • Not Included
    International Telephone Calls
    Laundry Bills
    Bar Bills
    Travel Insurance
    International Flights
    Mineral drinking water
    5 Star Accommodation
    All Meal While Trek
Your Bhutanese guide from Bhutan Mystery Tours will be there to receive you at Paro National airport and accompany you to your hotel. And then you will be transferred to Punakha which is about 3 hours drive via the magnificent Dochula Pass. Lunch in Dochula. Continue towards Punakha Dzong(fortress),which was the old capital of Bhutan untill1951 and the place where, in 2008,our present king received a special empowerment blessing before going on to be crowned in Thimphu.
The Dzong sits at the point where two rivers meet. These rivers are named the “Po chu”and “mo chu”(male and female rivers).The impressive cantilever bridge that gives access to the Dzong is a very recent reconstruction of the original. The Dzong is the setting for the Punakha Dromche festival in February, in which locals and monks re-enact the battles between the Bhutanese and Tibetan invaders who came in pursuit of the Shabdrung Ngawang Namgyal and the precious relic that he had in his possession.
Overnight in Punakha.
After breakfast, we will make a long drive to Bumthang via the Pelela pass situated at an elevation of 3360m. From here, we will make an almost two hour drive to reach the village of Chendebji where we will stop for lunch. From here we will drive to the town of Trongsa where we can visit the isolated and beautiful Trongsa dzong, the fortress of the Wangchuck dynasty of Bhutan. From here, we will proceed to Bumthang crossing another pass of Yotongla at 3400m and Kikila pass at 2700m.
Halt overnight at Bumthang.
After breakfast, we will drive to Mongar. It almost take 6 hours to reach Mongar. Two beautiful mountain passes have to be crossed and then a distance of about 80 km is downhill.
We will retire in our hotel once we reach Mongar.
In the morning, we will drive to Mongar Dzong. This beautiful Dzong was built in 1930. Today this Dzong houses both the Government administration offices as well as a residence of Buddhist monks. After the festival, we shall move to the down and then spend the rest of the day sightseeing around town.
We stay at Mongar for this night.
From Mongar, we will drive to Lhuentse where we visit the Lhuentse Dzong which was built in 1543 A.D. We will also drive to Khoma, which is a weaving centre and currently is dedicated to upholding the traditional weaving methods of Bhutan. We will drive back to Lhuentse in the evening.
Halt overnight at Lhuentse.
Today, we will retrace our path back to Bumthang.
Overnight at Bumthang.
Today we will return back to the capital via Trongsa.
Overnight at Trongsa.
At Thimphu, Visit the School for Arts and Crafts, The National Library housing the collection of Bhutanese scriptures dating back to the 8th century, the Traditional Paper Factory and a fascinating replica of a medieval farmhouse at the Folk Heritage Museum. If there is time, you may visit the nursing pen for the Takin, the national animal of Bhutan, and Tashichhodzong, 'the fortress of the glorious religion' housing some ministries, His Majesty's secretariat, and the central monk body. Other options for the day include a hike to Tango and Cheri Monasteries (45 mins), two of the most ancient monasteries in the Thimphu region.
In the evening we will drive to Paro,stay overnight.
Breakfast in Hotel and then Visit Painting School (Commonly known as the Painting School, the Institute offers you a glimpse of novices learning 13 traditional arts and crafts of Bhutan. It is a hands-on trip for you. Enjoy few moments with the future artists of the country.)
And then visit Folk heritage Museum (This museum provides glimpse into the traditional Bhutanese life.). National Library (The National Library was established in the late 1960s primarily to conserve the literary treasures which form a significant part of Bhutan’s cultural heritage.).Lunch in town and after lunch Visit Paper Factory.
After that drive back to Paro. Overnight at PARO
Day 10: PARO
After breakfast hike to Taktsang Monastery. The walk of approximately 1.5 to 2 hours uphill takes you almost a kilometre above the Paro valley floor (for those who cannot hike we will arrange a horse for transfer up to cafeteria).
The view of Taktsang Monastery built on a sheer cliff face 900 metres above the valley floor is a spectacular sight. The Monastery is an important pilgrim site for Buddhists. The great Guru Rimpoche is said to have flown here on the back of a tigress when he brought the teachings of the Buddhist Dharma to Bhutan in the 8th Century. Afterwards drive to the ruins of the 17th Century Drukgyel Dzong, and 7th Century Kyichu Lhakhang, one of the 108 temples constructed by the Tibetan king Songtsen Gampo.
Overnight at your hotel in Paro.
After breakfast in the hotel, and then drive to the airport for flight to your onward destination.



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