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Bhutan Trek & Tour - 9 nights/ 10 days

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The kingdom of Bhutan is locally known as ‘Druk Yul, the land of the thunder dragon,  is an exotic land of high mountains and lush valleys, snow clad peaks and clear running natural springs, a pristine ecology and wealth of wildlife. Hidden in the eastern Himalaya between Tibet and India, sparsely populated country of  seven and fifty hundred thousand people is the last surviving Mahayana Buddhist state.

As Bhutan is mountainous country in the Himalaya, elevation rises up from the South to the North. Similarly, temperature is varying with altitude. Warmer in the Southern part  and colder in the Northern part.  There are mainly four seasons;  Spring with warm day time temperature (20° - 25° c. aprox.),  Summer bit warmer (22° - 28° c. aprox.), Autumn  pleasant weather  with night chilly (17° - 27° c. aprox.) and Winter is cold (bellow 0° - 8° c. aprox.) with snow in the mountains. The monsoon season is during May to August. 


Bhutan remained hidden secret for many years. Today, it has opened its doors to visitors, but in a controlled way. Only a small number of foreign visitors are welcomed to this small Himalayan kingdom.  Himaland Adventure Treks has been operating trips to this fascinating and mysterious mountain land for the last some years. We have special cultural and historical tours, excursion for wildlife enthusiasts and trekking holiday trips for individuals and groups. We also custom design trips as per your special interests and time.

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Trip Highlights

Trip Type: Tour
Grade: Moderate
Season: summer,winter and spring
Elevation: N.A
Group Size: 2 pax to 21 pax
Trip Departure Date: date of your choice
Confirmed Group Member/s Min. 2 pax
Price: Reasonable, Contact us
Best Months: Feb,Mar,Apr,May,Sep,Oct and Nov

Day 1: Arrive at Paro Airport:
During the flight, one will experience breathtaking views of Mount Everest, Kanchenjunga and other famous Himalayan peaks, including the sacred Chomolhari and Mount Jitchu Drake in Bhutan. 

Day 2: Paro Sightseeing:
Visit the National Museum (Ta-Dzong).  Once the watch tower for the Rinpung Dzong it was converted to the National Museum in 1968.

Visit the Rinpung Dzong.  This massive fortress is located on a hill top above the Pachu (Paro River) of Paro Valley.  You have to walk about 15 minutes by crossing an ancient wooden bridge built in typical Bhutanese architecture.  The Dzong houses the District Administration Office and the District Monk Body.  It was built in 1645 A.D.

Visit the Drugyel Dzong, located 16 kms. away from Paro town.  Although in ruins, this Dzong is of great historical importance.  It was here that the Bhutanese finally defeated the invading Tibetans and drove them back.  From here, the peak of Chomolhari "Mountain of the Goddess" can be seen on a clear day (All. 7,329 mtrs/24,029 ft.). On the way back visit a typical Bhutanese farmhouse.

Visit Kyichu Lhakhang (Lhakhang means Monastery). Kyichu Lbhkhang was built in 659 AD by King Songtsen Gampo of Tibet.  It is considered one of the holiest places in Bhutan as it marks the advent of Buddhism in the country.

Day 3: Paro - Thimphu:
Drive along the winding road along the Paro Chu (chu means water or river) down stream to the confluence with the Wang Chu then turn upstream and travel along the Wang Chu to Thimphu, the Capital. Lunch will be served at the Hotel.  In the afternoon, visit the Memorial Chorten, dedicated to the late third King. 

Day 4: Thimphu - Khuruthang:
Drive to Khuruthang with pack lunch provided from the hotel.  Stop at Dochula pass for a grand view of the Himalayan mountain ranges (if the weather is clear).  Lunch at camp site.

After lunch, drive down to Punakha and visit the Dzong.

Day 5: Khuruthang - Limukha:
Drive till Punakha.  The trek begins with the gradual climb through Chirpine forests, On the way, visit a village called, Dompala.

Day 6: Limukha - Chungsaka:
The trail today takes you through rhododendron and oak forest. Enroute pass the famous Drukpa Kuenley Lhakhang.  Overnight in camp. Distance 14 kms, about 5 to 6 hrs walk.

Day 7: Chungsaka - Samtengang:
The trail now takes you through the village of Sha Wangdi District.  Camp at Samtengang at lake side.  Distance 13 kms - about 5 hours.

Day 8: Samtengang - Wangdi/Thimphu:
The trail now drops down till the motor road.  Drive till Wangdiphodrang and lunch at the Guest House.

Day 9: Thimphu Sightseeing:
Visit Simtokha Dzong.  This is one of the oldest fortresses in Bhutan.  It was built in 1629 A.D.  It houses the largest monastic school in the country.

Visit the Wood Craft and Painting School where traditional art and crafts are still kept alive.  Visit the Handicrafts Emporium where Bhutanese textiles and other arts are displayed and can be purchased.

Day 10: Paro – Kathmandu or Delhi  by flight:
Transfer to airport  for flight back to Kathmandu or onward destinations.

*Note: For detailed itinerary description contact us.
  • Full board package on twin share accommodation,
  • All airport transfers, ground transport  s/seeing,
  • English speaking guide as per the itinerary.
  • Bhutan visa and entrance fees.
  • Airfare and airport tax,
  • Bar bills, Laundry,
  • Insurance and rescue costs,
  • Tips and other expenses of personal nature