Bhutan has four seasons and spring and autumn seasons are often preferred for traveling within the country. The spring season in Bhutan brings with it clear skies, beautiful array of bright flowers, lush green valleys, and blooming rhododendrons sprinkled all over our mysterious mountains. The autumn season has, however, been a popular choice of travel to Bhutan among international visitors. October is often considered one of the best months to capture the view of the himalayas. The month of august can experience some rainy days but the temperature is mild and the lush green scenery is at its best.

Jambayang Travel Service has compiled the dates of festivals conducted in Bhutan in the months from August to November below. These dates are produced beginning of the year, thus can vary from year to year, and are arrived at by astrologers.

As you decide on your dates of travel, we suggest circling in on the event of choice from the list below. Once that step is completed, send us an email at and leave the rest to us! Our travel professionals will produce your very own customised Bhutanese travel itinerary.

Events in August
2nd – 3rd = Merak Tsechu
15th – 19th = Chha Festival
15th – 16th = Mushroom Festival (Genekha)
18th = Dobji Tsechu
22nd – 23rd = Masutake Mushroom Festival

Events in September
3rd= Tour of the Dragon (Bicycle Race)- a 166.5-mile road race from Bumthang (Central Bhutan) to Thimphu (Western Bhutan).
9th – 11th = Khaling Tsechu

Events in October

7th = Thimphu Tshechu
8th – 11th = Wangdiphodrang Tsechu
9th – 11th = Haa Tsechu
9th – 11th = Gangtey Tsechu
10th – 11th = Geling Tsechu
10th – 11th = Achi Lhamoi Tsechu
11th – 13th = Tamshing Phala Tsechu
14th – 17th = Tangbi Mani
22nd = Dechenphu Tsechu
25th – 26th = Jomolhari Mountain Festival

Events in November

6th – 10 = Pema Gatshel Tsechu
6th – 9th = Mongar Tsechu
6th – 9th = Shingkhar Rabney
7th – 10th = Trashigang Tsechu
7th – 10th = Jakar Tsechu
7th – 9th = Chhukha Tsechu
11th = The Annual Black-necked crane Festival
14th – 17th = Jambay Lhakhang Festival
15th – 17th = Prakhar duchhoed
25th – 29th = Sumthrang Kanssoel



  • Tours specified in the itinerary.
  • Accommodation in 3 star Govt. approved hotels on twin sharing basis (4 & 5 star will cost extra but can be arranged upon request).
  • Meals (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner), Tea and Snacks, Mineral water.
  • Comfortable transportation with driver within Bhutan.
  • Trekking equipment like best sleeping tents, dining tents, kitchen tents, toilet tents, mattresses, and sheets.
  • Services of fluent English speaking guides.
  • Trekking cooks and trek assistant.
  • Supply of pack animals.
  • Museum and monument fees.

Price does not include:

  • Internal flights
  • Travel insurance.
  • Rescue operations by helicopter.
  • Airfare.
  • Transfer and services outside of Bhutan.
  • Wire transfer fee for transferring tour payment from your bank to Bhutan.
  • Excess baggage charges.
  • Drinks and Tipping.
  • Hotel laundry.

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