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Trekking

1. Laya Trek

This trek is a combination of Laya trek with the 14-day Lingshi trek. It is recommended for tougher trekkers only. It starts from DrukgyelDzong in Paro and follows the same route as the Jhomolhari trek till you reach Lingshi. From Lingshi you divert east towards Gasa. It’s a great hike for nature lovers as it  Readmore

2. Druk Path Trek

Druk Path Trek goes in for 5 or 6 days from Thimphu to Paro via Phajoding Monastery and scenic lakes at 4000m. It is relatively shorter trek with great views of the Himalaya. However, we have taken the liberty to make it as a 10 days trip by incorporating bits of cultural tour in an around Paro and Thimphu. Readmore

3. Gangtey Trek

Gangtey Trek is highly recommended 3 day trek for nature lovers, specifically flower lovers. The best season to visit would be March to May when the rhododendrons and magnolias are in bloom. You pass interesting villages and can see breathtaking views of the winter roosting place of the black necked Readmore

3. Jumolhari Trek

Jomolhari Trek is the most popular trek in Bhutan. The highlight of this trek is the spectacular view of Mount Jomolhari which is the biggest virgin mountain in the world from Jomolhari Basecamp, Jangothang. Nearly the whole trek goes through a small part of the Jigme Singye National Park, passing a few of the  Readmore

3. Samtengang Trek

Since the area of trekking falls in a low altitude region (1500-2000m) Samtengang Trek is available throughout the year. It is an ideal walk enroute picturesque villages and important Monasteries. Readmore

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