• Trip Duration: 09 Days.
  • Max. Altitude. : 3505m.
  • Best Travel Time: April - June & Sep - Dec.
  • Group Size: 01-15 Pax.

Druk Path Trek - 09 Days

The Druk Path Trek is one of the most frequented treks. It is a fairly short yet exhilarating trek that is both challenging and rewarding. The views, like most other treks in Bhutan, are fascinating and exhilarate ones senses, owing to the incredible beauty and majesty of the Himalayas.

The trek commences from Paro to Jele Dzong at 2591 meters, from where one can see the Paro Valley with snow-capped mountains behind. The trail to Jangchulakha at 2896 meters takes you through thick alpine forests and rhododendron trees. Follow the ridge next day to Jimilangtsho at 3353 meters, and be enthralled with the beautiful views of the mountains and the surrounding valleys. The Trail to Simkota at 3505 meters leads you through dwarf rhododendron trees passing by Lake Janetsho. The route to Phajoding at 2896 meters on a clear day allows one beautiful views of Mount 'Gankhar Punsum'. The final day of the trek to Thimphu is all downhill through forests of Blue Pine.

Campsites at lakes and the possible sights of Yak herders en route are the additional attractions in the trek.

DAY 01: Your arrival at Paro Airport by Druk Air. Sightseeing Paro and Overnight at hotel.

DAY 02: Paro - Jele Dzong. Overnight at tented camp. Distance 6 - 7 km.

DAY 03: Jele Dzong - Jangchulakha. Overnight at tented camp. Distance 10 km.

DAY 04: Jangchulakha - Jimilangtso. Overnight at tented camp. Distance 11 km.

DAY 05: Jimilangtso - Simkota. Overnight at tented camp. Distance 11 km.

DAY 06: Simkota - Phajoding. Overnight at tented camp. Distance 10 km.

DAY 07: Phajoding - Thimpu. Ovenight at hotel.

DAY 08: Thimpu Sightseeing and drive to Paro. Overnight at hotel.

DAY 09: Flight to your onward destination.

Includes
  • Accommodation at standard hotel on twin sharing basis.
  • All Meals (Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner).
  • Land transport within Bhutan by car / van / Jeep.
  • Licensed and experienced guide services.
  • Entry fees to Museums, Art schools and other places when and where applicable.
  • Services of guide, porters, ponies, camping equipments as per program.

 

 

Excludes
  • Personal expenses, cold drinks, alcoholic beverages.
  • Flight tickets to & from Bhutan.
  • Bhutan visa & Tourism Development Fund.
  • Tips for guides and driver.

 

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