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A tourism festival offers unmatched insight into the lives and traditions of people of Bhutan. Haa Summer Festival spreads the vibe of contentment where tourists can witness and enjoy the uplifting celebration of traditional-living culture, traditional sports, unique Bhutanese cuisine, enjoy the lively folk songs and religious mask dances performed by the people of Haa Valley.
A two-day festival, Haa Summer Festival is celebrated in the month of July. The tentative dates for the Haa Summer Festival for the year 2020 are out.
Starting Date: 12th July 2020Ending Date: 14th July 2020
For tourists who are done with enjoying the Haa Summer Festival and want to explore the other top tourist attractions of the region, our Bhutan festival travel packages will one cover the best festival along with the other points of interest and make memories to cherish for the lifetime.
Nestled in the Southwest of Paro, Haa Valley is one of the most beautiful valleys of Bhutan filled with paddy fields all around the region. This gives an opportunity to the tourists to explore the pristine natural beauty of the place.
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A lively and uplifting celebration, Haa Summer Festival is one of the most mesmerising celebrations held in the beautiful tourist spot of Bhutan. On being here, one can get to learn about an unparalleled insight into the exclusive Bhutanese lifestyle, customs, tradition, heritage, religious performance, sports and unique home cooked cuisine. The dance and popular songs performed here by the natives gives an out of the world experience to the onlookers who can enjoy it with Ara, a local alcoholic drink. Besides enjoying the tourism festival, tourists can even get an eye on the artefacts and natural alpine flowers. For those who would love to spend a night here, homestays would be an ideal choice where one can enjoy the warm welcome of the people of Haa Valley.
Like majority of regions, the people of Haa Valley follow the ancient traditions and rituals that were set by 8th Guru Padmasambhava. As it is less crowded, the tourist destination is sure to give the tourists a tranquillizing feeling that one might find anywhere else in the world. Being a perfect tourist destination for a laid back holiday, Haa Valley has some points of interest worthy of exploring. This includes Lhakhang Karpo, Haa Wangchuk Dzong and Chele La Pass.
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