Haa summer festival
Haa Festival is held in summer unlike other festivals in Bhutan which usually take place in fall or spring. To beat the heat, you can join the Haa Festival in summer. The weather is pleasant in Haa during summer.
The Haa festival is celebrated with uplifting energy. It is a festival of Nomads with unparalleled insight into the lives of Nomadic Herders.
It showcases lively mask dances, traditional folk songs, artifacts and traditional sports. The Haa Summer Festival can greatly open the window to Bhutan Culture and Tradition . Tourists can also experience the night at one of the many village homestays and enjoy the hospitality of the local people of Haa Valley.
Along with the Haa festival, you will also be doing some Bhutan cultural tour and visiting interesting places.
Duration: 4 Nights/ 5 Days
22nd – 24th September, 2023
Witness Haa Summer Festival
Explore the valley of Thimphu, the only capital in the world without a traffic light. It is also said the eight lucky sign is embedded in natural features to the left of Thimphu Valley
Explore Paro valley with its wide-open spaces and rice fields populated by many sacred sites & Historical places.
Visit Historical Sites: Paro Dzong (fortress), Ta Dzong (Watch Tower), Chimi Lhakhang, Punakha Dzong, Kichu Lhakhang& Buddha Statue, Tachog Lhakhang & Tashichoe Dzong (Thimphu Fortress)
Hike to Tiger’s Nest Monastery or the Taktsang Monastery perched on a mountain cliff at 900 meters off the ground, it is stunning and beautiful. It is Bhutan’s most religious site and iconic landmark.
Sustainable Development Fee to the Government of Bhutan which goes towards the development of schools. hospitals. etc.,
Accommodations in 3- star properties. (Can be upgraded to 4 & 5-star with additional Premium)
All Meals (Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner)
Certified English Speaking Bhutanese Guide.
All ground transportation
All internal taxes and charges including Entry Fees
Mineral Water while traveling
Complimentary from company:
Traditional Hot Stone Bath
Airfare (can be arranged with us)
Any Expenses of Personal Nature
Tips for the guide and driver