This is a 3 days trek starting from Paro and ending in Chelila near the pass.

The Best time for this Trek is early March – June & September – end of November.


DETAIL ITINERARY


Day 01: Arrival at Paro (Altitude – 2280m):

You will be received by our representative from Make My Holidays and drive to the Hotel.

After Lunch, visit Ta Dzong (built in1656 and renovated in 1968), an ancient watchtower, which now houses the National Museum. Below the museum is the Paro Rimpung Dzong (literally meaning “Heap of Jewels”, built in 1646 by Shabdrung Ngawang Namgyal, the centre of civil and religious authority in this valley. A short walk takes you to the base of the dzong and across a traditional cantilevered, covered bridge. Dinner and overnight in Hotel.


This is a 2 days trek starting from Sangchoekor Buddhist collage in Paro and ends at the base of Taktsang Monastery, Paro.


DETAIL ITINERARY


Day 1. Arrive Paro (Altitude 2280 m)

Your escort from Make My Holidays will receive you at the airport and drive you to the hotel.
After lunch, visit Ta Dzong (built in1656 and renovated in 1968), an ancient watchtower, which now houses the National Museum. Below the museum is the Paro Rimpung Dzong (literally meaning “Heap of Jewels”, built in 1646 by Shabdrung Ngawang Namgyal, the centre of civil and religious authority in this valley. A short walk takes you to the base of the dzong and across a traditional cantilevered, covered bridge. In the evening, visit to a typical Bhutanese Farm house. Dinner and overnight in Hotel.

Facts about the trek:

Total Duration: 9 nights/ 10 days
Trek Duration: 04 days.
Max. Elevation: 2,000m.
Highest Camp: 2638.
Standard: Easy.
Best Seasons: March – May and September to November.
Start: Damji
Finish: Damji.
Minimum in a group: 2 pax

 Facts about the Tour / Trek:

Duration: 10 nights / 11 days.
Trek Duration: 4 days
Accommodation: Hotels, Resorts and Tents.
Activity Type: Walking, Trekking & Tour.
Difficulty Level: Moderate Trek.
Group size: Minimum 2 pax
Best Months to do this Trek: January – May, September – December.

Phobjikha Valley, at 3000m is in one of the few glacier valleys in Bhutan. It is home of the rare black–necked cranes which migrate here in winter from the Tibetan Plateau. The Gangtey valley is one of the most beautiful places in Bhutan and the Gangtey Gompa monastery is the only Nyingmapa monastery on the western side of the Black mountains. This moderate trek passes through the village of Gogona and Khotokha, through meadows and fields, then forest of juniper, magnolia and rhododendrons. One of the best low level treks in Bhutan.

Facts about the Tour / Trek:

Duration: 10 nights / 11 days.
Trek Duration: 5 days
Accommodation: Hotels, Resorts and Tents.
Activity Type: Walking, Trekking & Tour.
Difficulty Level: Moderately Strenuous.
Group size: Minimum 2 pax.
Best Months to do this Trek: March – June, September – 2nd Week of December.

This is a very Popular 5 days Trek and goes to High Altitude and is moderately strenuous. The Trek route passes through some beautiful High Altitude Lakes. You can come across diverse Flora as you pass through the ridge of the Mountain and you can see the beautiful view of the Himalayas around. It starts from Paro near the Museum and ends in Motithang, Thimphu. The highest point is 4110 Meters.

Facts about the Tour / Trek:

Duration: 11 nights / 12 days.
Accommodation: Hotels, Resorts and Tents.
Activity Type: Walking, Trekking & Tour.
Difficulty Level: Moderately Strenuous.
Group size: Minimum 2 pax.
Best Months to do this Trek: March – May, September – 2nd Week of December.


This trek follows ancient cattle migration route from the south central district of Dagana to Thimphu in the western region. This trek is mostly in the alpine region and is the only trail that offers spectacular views of the Himalayas range in Bhutan.
You will come across many beautiful lakes. The trek is also famous for its Golden trout. The trek starts between Thimphu - Paro highway and ends in Thimphu.

Facts about the Tour / Trek:

Duration: 13 nights / 14 days.
Trek Duration: 8 days
Accommodation: Hotels, Resorts and Tents.
Activity Type: Walking, Trekking & Tour.
Difficulty Level: Strenuous.
Group size: Minimum 2 pax.
Best Months to do this Trek: March – June, September – 2nd Week of December

This is a classic 9-day Trek starting from (Drukgyal Dzong) Paro and end at Dodena near Thimphu. The route passes through two high passes from Jangothang. The view of Jumolhari Mountain (7314 M) from Jangothang is spectacular. The Trek is strenuous and is very popular. The highest point is 4115 M.

Facts about the Tour / Trek:

Duration: 13 nights / 14 days.
Trek Duration: 3 days
Accommodation: Hotels, Resorts and Tents.
Activity Type: Walking, Trekking & Tour.
Difficulty Level: Strenuous.
Group size: Minimum 2 pax.
Best Months to do this Trek: March – May, September – 2nd Week of December.

This 3-days trek is named because the opportunities to visit villages and Temples are greater than on most other treks in Bhutan. Though it is a short trek, the Bumthang trek is strenuous because it involves a climb to Phephe La (3360 m).

Facts about the Tour / Trek:

Duration: 15 nights / 16 days.
Accommodation: Hotels, Resorts and Tents.
Activity Type: Walking, Trekking & Tour.
Difficulty Level: Strenuous.
Group size: Minimum 2 pax
Best Months to do this Trek: March – May, Sep. - November.

Facts about the Tour / Trek:

Trek duration: 13 days.
Duration: 18 nights / 19 days.
Accommodation: Hotels, Resorts and Tents.
Activity Type: Walking, Trekking & Tour.
Difficulty Level: Strenuous.
Group size: Minimum 2 pax
Best Months to do this Trek: March – May, September – 2nd Week of December.
Start: Shana
End: Gasa hot springs

This is a 13-days Trek, an extension of the Jumolhari Trek and offers diverse flora and fauna, including a good opportunity to spot Blue Sheep, Takins and the Blue Poppy (Bhutan’s national flower). It introduces you to the unusual culture of the Layap people (The Nomadic people of Upper Himalayas bordering Tibet) and offers a stop at a natural hot spring in Gasa. It is a popular Trek. Highest point is 4115 Meter.

This trek of Merak & Sakten recently opened in 2009. The Brokpas (highlanders) population of Merak and Sakten are semi-nomadic yak herders, who speak different dialect and wear a completely different outfit from other Bhutanese.

This seven-day trek visits the isolated valleys of Merak at 3517 m and Sakten at 2960 m, with a crossing of the Nyuksang La (Nyakchung La) (4140m).

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