In this Eastern Bhutan Textile Tours, we will be visiting Trashigang, Mongar, Lhuetshi and Pemagatshel district. Raw silk textile (Bura) production is popular in Radhi village in Trashigang.
Like wise Kushuthara is the most prestigious apparel for women is mostly weaved by the women of Khoma Village in Lhuetshi and cotton textile, which is once use by the people of Bhutan can be still seen in Chhimong village in Pemagatshel district. You will also see our young and old Bhutanese women weaving a tapestry of colors and patterns with their hands. We have an experience and professional staff to facilitate you in understanding the textiles of Bhutan.
Explore the rich culture of Bhutanese Textiles.
Discover the Bhutanese Weaving Culture.
Explore the popular villages famous for the textiles of Bhutan.
Experience practically one of the handlooms in Bhutan.
Appreciate and experience practically how the Bhutanese women are using natural coloring and dying.
Learn how textiles play a very important role in all aspects of life in Bhutan.
Explore how the Bhutanese textile reflects the country’s distinctive identity.
Learn and talk with the girls and women in Bhutan, their way of life and how important they play in the society.
Day 01. Arrive to Samdrup Jongkhar via Guwahati
Our guide will receive you at Guwahati Airport with Indian Car and driver and transfer to Samdrup Jongkhar. The Indian car and driver’s duty will finsh their duty at hotel. This same car and driver may come to drop our guest at Guwahati airport.
Check in the hotel and stroll around Samdrup Jongkhar town. Dinner and over night stay at hotel Samdrup Jongkahr
Meal Plan: Welcome Dinner Accommodation: Hotel
Day 02. Samdrup Jongkhar – Mongar
After our breakfast, we will drive to Trashigang. En-route we will visit to Khaling Handloom Center and explore and learn the art of weaving culture in Bhutan and at Kalung, visit to Kanglung Zangtopleri Lhakhang. Then transfer to Trashigang Hotel. Dinner and overnight stay at hotel Trashigang
Day 03. Mongar – Lhuentshi
After breakfast, we will drive to Lhuentshi, the most remotest district in Bhutan. Not many people and tourist have visited this place or district. You will have an opportunity to explore and experience the true living styles of Bhutanese way of life. Visit to Lhuentshi Dzong and then visit to Bhutanese Farm House, where we are going to stay over night here in Bhutanese farmhouse.
After having some introduction to the farmhouse and having some welcome drinks, we will explore the area near our Farmhouse. It will be your wonderful experience once in your lifetime.
Day 04. Lhuentshi Stay
Today we will visit the village of Khoma to experience the weaving of Bhutan. Khoma village is famous for the production of textile in Bhutan – Kushuthara Textile. Today we will learn and see how the natural coloring and dyeing.
Lunch we will have in farmhouse or picnic hot lunch. We can also try and weave practically like Bhutanese girls and women – which will me memory in your lifetime. Dinner and over night at Lhuentshi Bhutanese Farmhouse.
Day 05. Lhuentshi – Trashigang - Radhi
After our early breakfast we will drive to Radhi Trashigang. The drive will take about 5hours. Today we will drive through the leafy forest with ferns and the Korila Pass (2333m). We will also pass through the scattered villages and cornfields and banana groves and the eight zigzags of Yadi.
At Ngatshang, we will visit Ngatshang monastery and learn the way of life in our Bhutanese monks. Lunch at Trashigang and visit Trashigang Dzong. Continue our journey to Radhi village. At Rangjung we will visit to Rangjung Yozer Chholing Monastery. Dinner and overnight stay Radhi guesthouse.
Day 06. Radhi Stay
Explore the Radhi Village and learn the methodology of the weaving the textile in Bhutan. We can also experience the dying and weaving the textile of Bhutan. We will also visit to Khardung Animi Dratshang and learn the lifestyles of nuns life in Bhutan. Dinner and overnight stay at Radhi Guesthouse.
Day 07. Radhi – Pemagatshel
Today we will drive to Pemagatshel – where not many tourists visit this district. We don’t have good hotels here. We may have to put up in local hotel here in Pemagatshel or we will put a camping tent.
Day 08. Pemagatshel – Samdrupjongkhar
Today we will explore and learn the cotton textile in Bhutan. This textile was used widely in olden days. We will see the cotton revitalizing textile program here. Lunch will be served at one of the restaurant in Pemagatshel. Then we will drive to Samdrupjongkhar.
On reaching Samdrup Jongkhar, our guide will completed the immigration formalities for your tomorrow’s departure to Guwahati. In the evening, you will meet the Indian driver, who will take you to Guwahati Airport tomorrow. Your Bhutanese guide and driver will bid you farewell at today’s dinnertime as they will leave to Thimphu very early morning, next day.
Day 09. Samdrup Jongkhar – Guwahati
Today after your breakfast, your Indian driver and car will take you to Guwahati airport. We wish you a very safe and comfortable journey back to your country.
Thank you very much visiting Bhutan through our company and we hope to see you again in Bhutan some day.
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By Air: Druk Air, the national carriers is the only service operator in the kingdom and operates several flights per week from Bangkok (Thailand), Delhi & Kolkata (India) and Kathmandu (Nepal) to Paro (Bhutan). The Paro International Airport is located about an hour and a half drive from Thimphu, the capital city of Bhutan.
Paro airport is daylight restricted, and the flights are totally dependent on the weather. As a result, sometimes flights are delayed. It is therefore a good idea to keep at least 24 hours of transit time for connecting flights out of Paro. You might also want to consider traveling on a non-restricted ticket so that if you miss a connecting flight, you can be rerouted or seated on the first available carrier.
Sometimes flights into Paro are disrupted because of unfavorable weather conditions. If this occurs, the flight will stop for the night at the transit airport. To be prepared, you may want to carry your essential personal items in your carry-on luggage.
By Land: Phuentsholing, a Bhutanese town in the southwest has road access to India. It is located about 170 km from the Indian domestic airport at Bagdogra, West Bengal. Phuentsholing is about 172 km from Thimphu the capital city of Bhutan and is about 6hours drive distance. And S/
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Hot-Stone Bath (Dhotsho)
Hot stone bath (Dhotsho) is a traditional bath of Bhutan, where a tradition of heating up stones and then soaking in the water that is in turn heated by the stones. This is also a curative method and is used throughout the country We Bhutanese belief that this bath has so much of medicinal benefits. Some diseases are curable-like joint pains, hypertension, stomach disorder, arthritis and many other minor diseases. Especially for the old age, where we have lots of body pains, joints pains helps a lot by this Hot Stone Bath (Dhotsho).
I think, the minerals in the rocks have certain chemicals, which can cure certain disease of our body. Hot stone bath has no side effects. It is in its pure natural form. We can organize the hot stone bath during your stay in Bhutan.
Weaving in Bhutan
The Bhutanese textiles are rich, vibrant, and colorful and are a complex art form as well as an integral part of the Bhutanese culture. This Bhutan weaving experiences will give you an insight about the rich textiles in Bhutan. You can sit one of the handlooms of Bhutan and weave your self practically. We promise that you will really enjoy this with great satisfaction in your life.
We will also see or learn the natural coloring and dyeing. You can bring your own materials like handkerchief to dye and color. So visit Bhutan and experience it practically by yourself.
Folk Performing Arts & Music in the Himalayan Kingdom of Bhutan
We have Cultural Program Performing groups, which they will perform like Traditional folk songs, dances and keeps original tunes and dances alive. Moreover, new choreography for some traditional and regional songs is sometimes developed.
The troupe also performs mask dances that have historical and spiritual significance.
Horse Riding to Tiger’s Nest
Tiger’s Nest is most visited spot in Bhutan and it is much awaited by every tourist who visits Bhutan to climb to Tiger’s Nest.
It takes about 2 hrs 30mins up steep climb through the forest of pine, oak and Rhododendron. However you can ride the horse and climb till the Taktshang cafeteria.