Ura yakchoe-Festival tour

Festival Date
  • 2nd – 6th May, 2023

  • Witness the sacred and historic Ura Yakchoe Festival in Bumthang.

  • Join the locals in their finest attires and relish the festive culinary delights

  • Blend with the locals by donning Bhutanese clothing in your favorite colors and join the festivities

  • Explore the valleys of Thimphu, Paro, Punakha, Gangtey, Trongsa & Bumthang

  • Visit Bumthang Valley, the most beautiful and the spiritual heartland of Bhutan. Known as the “Switzerland of the East”, it is home to some of the greatest Buddhist teachers. 

  • Visit Dochula Pass a wonderful sight at 3100m adorned with a concentration of 108 memorial stupas known as “Druk Wangyal Chortens”. Enjoy the spectacular panoramic view of the snow-laden Himalayas.

  • Hike to Tiger’s Nest Monastery or the Taktsang Goemba. Perched on a mountain cliff at 900 meters off the Paro Valley floor, a breathtaking sight to behold. It is Bhutan’s most religious and iconic landmark. 

  • Visit Tashichoe Dzong or the fortress of the Auspicious Doctrine. The fortress serves as the office of the King of Bhutan, ministers, and various other government organizations and is also the summer capital of the Central Monastic Body.  


$ 2560

Package cost : 

USD 2560 per Person basis on double sharing basis 

Single Room Supplement: 

USD 40 per Person and per Night 

    • Sustainable Development Fee to the Government of Bhutan which goes towards the development of schools. hospitals. etc.,

    • Bhutan Visa

    • 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)

      • Travel Insurance

      • Any Expenses of Personal Nature

      • Tips for the guide and driver