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By Snow Cat Travel, May 11 2018 10:00AM

Bhutan Festivals- Masked Dancers at the Thimpu Festival
Bhutan Festivals- Masked Dancers at the Thimpu Festival

Bhutan is renowned for its colourful festivals (Tshechu). Some Bhutan festivals are now very well known amongst travelling circles and have become very popular tourist attractions too as a result. Paro Festival and Thimpu Festival in particular. For these festivals hotels and flights to Bhutan are often fully booked up to a year in advance. Other Bhutan festivals remain a much more local affair and present a more intimate experience for the discerning traveller to Bhutan.

For any of our Bhutan holidays, you may wish to include a festival or two! To help you decide which Bhutan festival you'd like to experience, when and where they happen we've created this special festivals of Bhutan information page.

Whilst Bhutan festival holidays have now very much become a part of the mass market tour operator scene, it's still possible to experience several lesser known Bhutanese festivals without the tourist crowds.


See our special Bhutan Festivals Page for more about both the popular and off the beaten track Bhutan Festivals.


To find out what's on and where, visit our Bhutan Festivals Calendar.





By Snow Cat Travel, Mar 23 2018 06:00PM

To travel to somewhere, like Nepal, we want to see the best places. Nepal has such a variety to choose from, whether it's high in the Himalayas or down in the steamy jungles of the lowlands.....the World Heritage Sites of the Kathmandu Valley....


So, to help you.....we've chosen our "Top Five" places to see in Nepal.


We've selected places that "mere mortals" can reach i.e. places that are accessible by car.


So...to see our selction in full and nfind out what is "Number One"....just click the link below that will take you to our WordPress blog


Top Five Places Nepal

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