Cultural Tour

Bhutan, a living museum
Bhutan is indeed a place where past meets the present. The cultural tours to Bhutan best showcases this aspect with an itinerary designed by putting in the unique combination of a distinct local flavor to that of modern services. The rich culture and tradition preserved over time is the greatest wealth Bhutan possesses, and it is the culture and tradition that has helped the nation retain its sovereign status.


We, at BHUTAN TWIN TRAVELS, offer a wide selection of festival tours, religious tours & other vacation packages to Bhutan. 1.1 Festival tours
Tshechus : A colorful experience
Tshechus which literally translates as the tenth day is a unique Bhutanese festival celebrated on the 10th day of the 10th month in the lunar calendar. As these festivals follow the lunar calendar, the exact date of the festival varies from year to year in the Roman calendar. The tshechus depict the prominent happenings in the life of the great Buddhist saint Guru Rimpoche. Thus, it is a way of paying reverence to him all the while passing on the merit to the onlookers. The tshechus despite having the similarity in paying homage to the Guru, differs from region to region with respect to the worship of the local deities.
This festival gathers in huge crowds that includes local dressed in their best attires along with tourists who makes the trip solely for the chance of witnessing the festival. For the locals, it is a blessing ceremony and a festive occasion that offers a chance to be together with one’s family and during the festival families dining together is a common sight.
3.1. Thimphu Tshechu
3.2. Paro Tshechu I
3.3. Paro Tshechu II
3.4. Jambay Lhakhang Festival
3.5. Punakha Festival
3.6. URA Festival
3.7. Choten Kora Festival
3.8. Thimphu and Thangbi Mani Festival
3.9. Jambay Lhakhang Drup & Prakar Tshechu
1.2 Spiritual tours / Pilgrimage
Tantric Mahayana Buddhism at its best
This trip to Bhutan takes you to some of the most sacred monasteries in Bhutan. Bhutan is a place with the tantric form of Buddhism as its principal religion. The history of Bhutan is filled with many monumental episodes that helped Bhutan shape its future as the Buddhist nation. The richness in this history is best documented in the various and sacred monasteries spread across the nation.
BHUTAN TWIN TRAVELS has a set of itinerary that coincides with some of the prominent religious gatherings held in Bhutan.


Central Bhutan

TRONGSA:  Elevation 2,316m

About four hour’s drive from Wangduephodrang is the central district of Trongsa, the ancestral home of Bhutan’s royal family, from where the first two kings ruled the kingdom.


Western Bhutan

THIMPHU:  Elevation 2,320m

Thimphu is the capital of Bhutan with a population of approximately 100,000 people.  Thimphu became the capital in 1961, and the town is the largest in Bhutan.


East & South

For those with enough time on their hands, venture into eastern Bhutan for something quite different.  This is the land of the Sharchops, who speak their own language and nurture their own culture and weave beautiful textiles.