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The high peak ranges are some of the most fascinating and mysterious regions. As they are usually not assisted by roads, they can also be the most isolated and challenging areas to get to, and the only real way to see them is on foot. For some individuals the trekking may be an end in itself, for others, it is a means to enjoy the sumptuous spectacles, and often the peoples of the ranges with their customs, cultures and faiths provide an equal curiosity to the landscape.
Trek in Bhutan as you hike up to the peak ranges and experience the culture, customs and traditions that make it unique for the world. Travel as you are accompanied by experienced trekker through your journey with hardship and be appaled by the beauty the mother nature radiates.
3 Hours Before Flight Time
March-May & September-November
December-February & June-August
Bhutan has two airline services which fly to Paro, which Druk air and Tashi airlines. While onboard to Paro you will get to see the beautiful mountain ranges of the Himalayas. On your arrival at Paro airport, you will be greeted by the respective representatives at the exit terminal. After the formalities, you will be transferred to the hotel.
Drive to visit Rinpung Dzong. The Dzong fascinating records from the 1600s. Take a short walk down till you reach a vibrant traditional cantilevered bridge.
Visit a traditional farmhouse where you get the possibility to see the inner part of a farmhouse and also to sit with a local family and know about real story translated by your guide. The sole purpose of visiting is to see the ancestral house and hear on the Bhutanese way of life as a farmer.
Lunch at a local restaurant.
After lunch drive to Sanga choekhor Buddhist institute.
Then visit Kyichu Lhakhang.
Visit National Museum which was formerly built as watchtower back in the 1600s.
Currently, the Museum presents art and artefact, thangka (Buddhist painting) and a brief history of Bhutan. Trekking crews will greet you at the National Museum.
Commence your trek from the National Museum. The adventure commences with a progressive mounting up to Jele Dzong built on a mountain top with a remarkable view around. The path goes into a pine forest with extensive settlement up to Jele la pass, (3400m). A short descent from Jele la pass will Take you to the campsite. Overnight camp.
Begin with a progressive ascent into sparsely populated vegetation and then ascend further steadily upwards on an elevation contributing a marvellous presentation. The path leads you through thick mountainous woods and rhododendrons. You will have gorgeous glimpses of Jhomoihari and other sumptuous snowcapped peaks if the weather is good, and you may discover and see some alpine birds.
After lunch, your route mostly goes through alpine ridges with little pasture land and might even see yaks and nomads in a walkable distance. Continue your walk through alpine bushes until you come to your campsite.
The path for today also accompanies the hill. The route mostly operates within a rough territory with the confined area. Enjoy the breathtaking view of Jichu Drake (6,989m), the peak that represents the protective deity of Paro. Camping nearby Jimilangtsho lakes. After lunch, we shall continue the drive towards Gangtey, which is about 2700m and a stop will be made at Lawala pass (3100m). Gangtey valley is one of the most attractive and exciting places to visit in Bhutan. The place is home to the endangered black-necked crane birds which migrate during the winter from the Tibetan plateau.
Later, visit Gangtey monastery.
The trek would be obliging as the altitude increase is about 900mtrs yet the numerous stunning stretch of Druk path trek. The path leads you within alpine bushes and trees and passes by the lake of Janetsho. You will be lodging overnight close to Simkota Lake (4100m)
Today your trek commences with a gradual climb. Once you reach the pass. Walk until you see a landmark on a hill will prayer flags. From this pass, you get to know a part of Thimphu valley below. From the pass, the path gradually stoops through juniper trees to a campsite settled beside a community monastery known as Phajoding.
Overnight in tent camp.
The trek towards Thimphu is downhill, crossing over a forested stretch of mostly blue pine and rhododendron shrubs. Taking a comfortable pace, you will reach at Thimphu in about 3 to 4hrs.
After breakfast, visit and explore the Wangduephodrang and Punakha valley.
Visit Punakha Dzong, a 17th-century fortification which is elegantly constructed between Pho Chu (male river) and Mo Chu (female river). This Dzong is also the winter habitation of the central monastic body. This place will propose you an opportunity to take pictures of monks and also to intermingle with monks.
Visit Rinchengang village. A clustered village. Aforementioned is the only village in Western Bhutan surviving since the 17th century. The old traditional house and primary facilities accessible in this village will deliver you hundreds of years back. This village extends friendly people and kids.
Drive back to Thimphu (expect late arrival at Thimphu)
An early start for the hike (Summer 7 am and Winter 8 am)
After an early breakfast, drive towards the north of Paro Valley. Here you will have to hike towards your destination, which might take around 4-5 hours depending on the pace. The journey to the destination will let you experience the pristine environment and the scenic beauty of Paro valley. Taktsang Monastery became a holy site due to its history where Guru Rinpoche arrived at the landmark on the back of a tigress from Tibet.
After the visit to Taktsang, the next visit will be Traditional farmhouse where the guest will get the opportunity to see the interior of a traditional Bhutanese house and get to interact with the local family. The goal of this visit is to let the traveller experience life of Bhutanese farmers and see the interiors of a traditional Bhutanese house.
After breakfast at the hotel, drive to the airport for your departure. Please make sure that you check-in 3 hours before your departure.
Your Visa to Bhutan can only be applied and processed by an authorized agent. The Visa is approved only when you have met the requirements set up by the Tourism Council of Bhutan when a travel package is picked. You can’t apply for Visa yourself, and Bhutan embassy does not have travel visa services.
Visa usually takes around a week or two before your arrival in the country.
Bhutan is the first country in the world to ban the sales of tobacco products. It is advised not to smoke in open public places to avoid drawing unnecessary attention.
USD 65 per night (frequently termed as royalty) goes to a development fund for free health care, free education and road-building in Bhutan. The rest of the charge proceeds towards accommodation, meals, and services such as tour guides, transport, drivers and entrance fees to places of attractions
Yes, all visitors are allowed to bring a litre of alcoholic spirit and up to 200 sticks of cigarettes OR 30 pieces of cigars. However, please be informed that you will have to pay duty taxes at the custom at Paro International Airport or any entry points in Bhutan.
If your Visa to Bhutan is in your old passport, you will have to bring both your old and the new passport to be verified that you are approved to enter the country. Be noted that it is required that your passport has six months before its expiry.
Yes. Drukair generally departs Paro by 10 am every day. Travellers departing by Drukair will be exempted from the daily tariff on the last day when leaving Bhutan.