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Duration : 6 Nights / 7 Days

Destination Covered : Thimphu, Paro

Price (Starting From) : USD 1980 Per Person


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  • 7 Day Magical Bhutan with Bum-dra Trek

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Trekking in Bhutan
Trekking in Bhutan offers a unique taste and experience passing through breathtakingly beautiful landscapes. Most of the trekking routes run through rural settlements, lush temperate forests home for some endangered species of flora and fauna and extend to the snowcapped mountains of the Himalayas. Cascades of waterfall joining the major river system in the country are attractions for trekkers along the trekking trails. Trekking provides an excellent opportunity to explore the greater part of Bhutan – rural hamlets in the valleys to nomadic yak herders in the high mountains.
Our treks stretch from short soothing walks through terraced fields in the countryside to some of the arduous high altitude treks. Walking through the coniferous forests of rhododendrons at 3100m of twelve-days Druk Path Trek and taking the trails of twenty-seven (27) - day Snowmen Trek in the alpine region crossing several passes at more than 6000m give unique opportunity for all trekkers. Strenuous walks of seven to nine hours along rocky and muddy (particularly in summer) are rewarded with vistas of picturesque peaks and valleys under clear blue sky.
Weather is an important consideration for the trek. Limited by winter snows and summer rains, spring and autumn are Bhutan’s peak seasons for trekking. Spring is warmer with fresh environment marked by blossoming flowers of varied species of flora – rhododendrons in full blossom. Late spring may see rain. Summer is not an ideal time for trekking in Bhutan for monsoon is at its height. However, it is the best time to savour the beauty of alpine flowers. Clear autumn days present spectacular views of scenic valleys of Bhutan. You will come across rural folk in their fields harvesting their crops in October and November. During winter, treks in the alpine region are not accessible of snow. Nonetheless, treks in the valleys of Paro, Punakha and Wangduephodrang ensure pleasant walk with settled weather under a clear sky.
All trekking in Bhutan is being arranged as camping trips. Designated trekking camp will have adequate water supply as well as meadows to feed ponies. On your trek you will be accompanied by a small and efficient trekking team. Apart from overseeing all camping arrangements, the team will guide you and prepare the meals throughout the trek. We provide tents with foam mattresses, eating utensils, dining and toilet tents. Everything related to transportation is done by pack animals - horses in the low lands and yaks at higher elevations. There are no tea houses or lodges along the trekking routes.
Bhutan well known for the highest unclaimed in the world and most difficult trek(snow man trek) in the world. The length of the trek, altitude, remoteness and weather makes snow man most difficult.
Here are some sample itineraries. Nevertheless, A Path to Himalayan Country Bhutan Tours and Trek can tailor trekking arrangements to meet individual needs and preferences.

Tour Itinerary

Day 1: Paro – Thimphu

Touching Down At the Paro International Airport, You Will Be Received By Our Representative from “a Path to Himalyan Country Bhutan Tours and Treks” and Drive to Thimphu, the Capital City of Bhutan, Following Through the Banks of Pachhu and Wangchhu with Confluence in Between. Check in to the Hotel and Serve Your Lunch, You First Taste of Bhutanese Cuisine. Towards the Evening, You Can Stroll in the Town and Experience the Bhutanese Urban Lifestyle.

Day 2: Thimphu Sightseeing

Start Your Capital Tour with the Visit to Memorial Chorten Built in Memory of the Third Druk Gyalpo. See the Takin, the National Animal At Its Enclosure. Make a Visit to Trashichhodzong, the Throne Room, and Seat of the Chief Abbot and the Summer Residence of the Central Monastic Body. Explore the Heritage and Textile Museum and Traditional Paper Making Factory. 5 Km Towards the East from the Town Will Take You to the Simtokha Dzong, the Oldest Dzong in the Country Built in 1629. Overnight Hotel in Thimphu!

Day 3: Thimphu to Punakha

Start a Drive to Punakha, the Former Capital of Bhutan. On Your Way, Enjoy the Beauty of Dochula Pass and 108 Chorten’s Built By Royal Mother, Ashi Dorji Wangmo Wangchuck. Passing Through Scented Pine and Cedar Forests, Two and Half Hours of Journey Will Take You to Punakha. the Dzong is Strategically Built At the Confluence of Mochhu and Phochhu in the Year 1637. the Dzong, Has Played Significant Role in Bhutanese History and is Enriched with all Round History of Bhutan. Khamsumm Yueley Namgyal Built By Royal Mother, Ashi Tshering Yangdon Wangchuck, Only One of Its Kinds Stand as a Testimony Unique of Bhutanese Craftsmanship.

Day 4: Punakha to Paro

Drive Back to Paro for Our Trek to Start. Paro, One of the Beautiful Districts in the Country is Preferred Place to Live for Nationals So the Destination for the Tourists. Upon Reaching There, Visit the Rinpung Dzong and Ta Dzong, the National Museum of Bhutan. You Will Get to See Some of the Antiques, Thangkas, Weapons and Armours that You Would Not Find Anywhere. Visit the 7th Century Kyichu Lhakhang One of the Oldest Temples in the Country Built By Tibetan King, Songtsan Gampo. Overnight At Hotel in Paro!

Day 5: Bumdra Trek (Day 1)

Drive to Sang Choekhor Buddhist College At 2, 400, for Our Trek Starts from There. Passing Through Village Settlement and Entering Into Forests of Varied Species Lead Us to Choe Choe Tse Lhakahng. After 3 to 4 Hours of Normal Trekking, We Reach Bumdra Monastery, the Cave of Thousand Prayers. Our Camp for the Night Will Be Here. However, We Would Reach Here By Lunch and After Serving Lunch, We Visit the Monastery and Climb the Mountain At 4,000m and Return to the Camp. from the Summit, the View of the Himalayan Range is Spectacular.

Day 6: Bumdra Trek (Day 2)

After Breakfast, We Descend Gradually to the Valley Through Winding Trailing among the Forests of Pine and Rhododendrons. After 1 to 2 Hours, We Catch a Glimpse of the Roof of a Temple, the Legendary Taktshang (tiger’s Nest) Monastery. Hour Later, We See Ourselves At the Entrance of the Takshang. Guru Rinpochhe, the 8th Century Buddhist Saint is Said to have Flown Here On a Back of a Tigress to Meditate Here. from the Temple, the View of Paro Valley is Splendid. Descend to Paro and Walk Freely in the Town in the Evening. Overnight Hotel in Paro!

Day 7: Paro (Departure)

We Drive You to the Paro Airport and Our Representative Will Bid You Goodbye Form Bhutan!


Inclusions

  • AP (Room + Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner)
  • Hotel
  • Flights
  • Meals
  • Sightseeing
  • Transport
  • Transfers
  • Airport Pickup-Drop
  • Veg & Non Veg Meals

Payments Terms

  • * 50% Advance Percentage of total booking amount

Cancellation & Refund Policy

  • * Upon cancellation, refund will be made after deducting the Retention Amount.

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