Eastward to Drametse Source of the Dance of Drums
A UNESCO cultural heritage
9 Nights/10 Days

The Dremetse Tshechu is one of the most important festivals in eastern Bhutan. It was here that the popular Dremetse Ngacham (Dance of the Drums from Dremetse) was born. The mask dance was selected as one of the 80 global masterpieces of the Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity in 2005 by UNNESCO. It is a highly revered dance and performed in tshechus all over the country. The dance is a dramatization of the dance performed in Zangtopelri, the Copper Coloured Palace of Guru Rinpoche.

Festival Date: November, 2016

Place – Lhuentse

High Season

  • 1 Pax: Starting from – USD $2650
  • 2 Pax: Starting from – USD $2560
  • 3 pax & Above: Starting from – USD $2290

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Your tour includes
  • Professional Guides
  • All Noted Tours within the Country
  • Accommodations on twin sharing in Tourism approved hotels.
  • Meals Noted in Itinerary (Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner)
  • Entrance Fees and Permits
  • Private Ground transportation
  • Airport transport in Paro
  • Bhutan Airport Tax
  • Bhutan Visa Fees
  • A sustainable tourism Royalty of $65 per person/ per day.
Price does not include
  • International Flights and Druk Air
  • Alcoholic and Bottled /Canned Beverages
  • Meals or Accommodations at Bhutan’s New 5 Star Hotels and Resorts (Available for an extra fee)
  • Tips
  • Personal expenses (Telephone, Email, Laundry etc..)

Itinerary at a Glance

Day 01: Arrive from Guwahati to Samdrup Jongkhar
Day 02: S/Jongkhar – Tashigang
Day 03: Tashigang – Tashi Yangtse
Day 04: Tashiyangtse – Dechenphodrang hike
Day 05: Tashiyangtse to Dramaste
Day 06: Dramatse festival
Day 07: Dramatse – Lhuntse Khoma
Day 08: Lhuntse- Mongar – Tahigang
Day 09: Tashigang – S/Jongkhar
Day 10: S/Jongkhar – Guwahaati Exit

Your tour highlights

  • Historical and cultural escapes, great scenery, traditional textiles making and natural wonders
  • Magnificent fortresses
  • The Drametse Lhakhang, founded in the 16th century by Ani (nun) Cheten Zangmo
  • Witness Dramitse Ngacham proclaimed by UNESCO as a masterpiece of the oral and intangible cultural heritage of the world in its place of origin
  • Lhuentse, the most isolated districts in Bhutan and the ancestral home of the Royal Wangchuck Dynasty
  • Khoma Village to see the culture of women weaving intricate designs and patterns with the traditional weaving looms
  • Gangzur village, more popular for women artisan and pottery skills.
  • Trashiyangtse for its handmade lathed dapa wooden containers and bowls. There are 100 over wood-carving families in Trashiyangtse
  • Visit the Chorten Kora built in the style similar to Bouddanath temple in Nepal
  • Radhi known as the “Rice bowl of the East”. Also experts in weaving natural raw silk textiles
  • Samdrup Jongkhar, the gate way to Indian state of Assam
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