- Explore the finest adventure brief treks with the Druk Path Trek
- Relish the views of the mesmerizing valleys.
- Visit the ancient monastery of the Taktsang Monastery.
- Visit the beautiful Sastam Chorten.
- Visit the beautiful city of the country where the history meets the present “Thimphu.”
- Head over to the ancient museum of the Thimphu “The National Postal Museum”
- Head towards the amazing Jele Dzong.
Druk Path trek is one of the finest adventure brief treks in the majestic Kingdom of Bhutan. Passing through the traditional route and majestic High Mountain passes, Druk Path Trek Route connects the two great valleys of the Thimphu and the Paro. The path takes one to the forests of the alpine yak pastures and the forests of the rhododendron where lakes are filled with the mesmerizing snowy mountains.The magical adventure brought by Druk Path Trek Package is truly mesmerizing.
“A venture into the small yet magical world of an untainted location existing proudly as Bhutan with deep cultural and traditional norms that has made the whole world appreciate its way of valuing the history and its raw glory”
Deeper analyzation upon the Druk Path Trek:
The Druk path hike begins from the airport; our team from Nepal Nomad will be receiving you. After an early breakfast, we will be heading to the domestic flight of the Paro.Then we will be visiting the Ta Dzong after we fill ourselves with lunch, which is a traditional watch over and one of the amazing national museums in existence in Bhutan. Then the visit is followed by another visit to Rimpung Dzong. From there, we head towards the Taktsang Monastery, where a brief drive will take us to the Satsam Chorten which takes about 2 hours of walk to the viewpoint of the monastery. Near the ancient Jele Dzong lays the campsite. One can visit the Dzong, if the caretaker is there. Then we head towards the camp which lies near to the Lake Jimilangtso. The day initiates with the visit to the National Postal Museum which is one of the ancient museums and is definitely the worth to try to get your own picture where we will be doing some Thimphu sightseeing. The path brings us to the trees of the rhododendron trees and lake of the Janetso. Then we explore around the Do Chula Passwhich has 108 Stupas at an altitude about 1,310 meterstaking 3 hours of drive to reach.
Likewise, we then move to Lamperi and visit the Royal Botanical Garden. On a beautiful and clear day the sights that we can see from the temple is absolutely stunny where one is surrounded by the 360 degree of the Himalayas like Masang Gang in the region of the Laya, Jumolhari and the Gangkhar Puensum and the Zongophu Gang. After Punakha we return to the Thimphu and then depart where we return back to home and end the beautiful journey of our 11 days Druk Path trek. The Journey is as simplistic yet incredibly wonders striking as deeper we get into the exploration of Bhutan. The whole of the adventure will truly be a remarkable memory to look back upon for a complete of one’s lifetime. You are just one decision away from a great journey of your life involving both adventure and learnings of a new world and its processing which is only to bring you joy and gems like memories.
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On the very first day of the Bhutan adventure, you will be meeting with our team and then flying off for the Paro airport. The day is filled with explorations of museums and monasteries along with some short strolls. The first start is going to be an amazing one and is sure to keep you excited.
On day second, we will energize with our breakfast and head for Taktsang Monastery which will give us an incredible perspective on Bhutan’s various aspects. We will be hiking up to its viewpoint and even get to enjoy the tranquility of the existence of different sorts of vegetation in the area. The second day is going to be as good as we will be planning to make it.
Today we hike towards the brief trek to the National Museum where we ascend towards we reach the camp. We can witness a snow-capped mountains if the weather is clear in the Paro Valley. Near the ancient Jele Dzonglays the campsite. One can visit the Dzong, if the caretaker is there.
The fourth day begins with a brief hike which leads uscrossing throughwood of rhododendron and alpine and finally when we ascend, we reach to the camp where we can see some yak herders around the camp site.
The trail of our fifth day’s trek takes us to the crest where we can see the sight of the majestic peaks and the valleys. Our camp lies near to the Lake Jimilangtso which is a wonderful location for a peaceful rest and a lovely scenic view.
As the day marks its sixth pahse, the path brings us to the trees of the rhododendron trees and lake of the Janetso where we stay for an overnight. The journey from Jimilangtso to Simkota is truly magical and mesmerizing all throughout and equally worth it.
Today we head towards the Phajdong Monastery where we view the Thimphu town can be seen at the valley floor. Then we rest in the hotel after lunch. Then we stay for an overnight in the Hotel Pedling.
The day initiates with the visit to the National Postal Museum which is one of the ancient museum and is definitely the worth to try to get your own picture on the Bhutanese stamp. Get the picture of your dear ones or you can get yours clicked. One can also visit the National Memorial Chorten built by the late Majesty Jigmi Dorji Wangchuk who is also the father of the modern Bhutan and was the third king. Adding to the list of the sights includes the tallest statue of the Buddha, Taking Preserve Center, Dupthop Lhakhang which is one of the few surviving nunneries in the Bhutan as well as the beautiful Sangaygang . After lunch, we head for the excursion to the Cheri Monastery which is 18km. We get some time to do shopping and even stroll for a while in the evening. We stay for an overnight and then have some dinner in the Hotel.
Hongtsho village is one of our ninth day’s target along withthe explorationof Do Chula Pass which at 1310m from where, we will be heading to Lamperiand have a wonderful time in the Royal Botanical Garden. We will be able to observe Chimi Lakhang as well on our way forward to Punakha. We are slowly coming to the end of our trek as we reach Punakha.
On the tenth day, we start trekking to Khamsung Yulley Namgyal Choling Monastery followed by Yabesa village. After having our lunch, we start moving towards the Lungchutse which is a shorthike being among the theatrical hikes in the Thimpu region. We complete the trek at the Hongtsho village which includes the visit of Trashigang and the Lungchutse.
On a beautiful and clear day the sights that we can see from the temple is absolutely stunny where one is surrounded by the 360 degree of the Himalays including the Masang Gang which les in the region of the Laya, Jumolhari and the Zongophu Gang as well as the Gangkhar Puensum. There is also the Gomba of the Trashigang which was built in the year of the 1786 which is an amazing place today for the meditation and the house statues of the Khenpos who here meditated.
Today on the eleventh, we wave our goodbyes to Bhutan and end the Druk Path Trek.
- All Meals [Breakfast /Lunch/Dinner]
- Accommodation [Twin Sharing] Single Room Supplement Extra US $: 40 per room per night.
- All transportation within the country including airport transfers.
- Royalty & Govt. Taxes
- Entrance fees for Museums and Monuments only
- Visa Fee.
- Bottled water.
- * Air fares.
- * Insurance Premiums,
- * Payments for service provided on a personal basis.
- * Cost for any services not mentioned in the "Cost Include head".
- * Cost incurred due to mishaps, strikes, political unrest etc.
- * Personal expense in items such as laundry, soft drinks, Camera Charges, incidentals, Portage, Bellboy charges tips or any other services.
While on Trek, the cost covers:
- Nature Recreation and Ecotourism Division (NRED) nu.1000
- 3 meals a day,
- Service of cook & Helper,
- Guide, Sleeping Tent,
- Mess Tent, Kitchen Tent & Toilet Tent,
- Ponies to carry supplies,
- We will provide you with sleeping mats but you have to bring your own sleeping bags.
Things to bring for a trek in Bhutan:
• Personal clothing: strong normal clothing (according to season). Preferably cotton, even for summer, woolen clothing for the evening and winter.
• Strong comfortable trekking boots – water-resistant for the rainy period-June-August.
• Flash light
• Rain coat (especially for rainy period –June-August)
• Head gear/hat/cap; sun and rain protection
• Water pills – for extra caution in purifying stream; (boiled water is provided at all times during the trek)
• Aspirin – incase of altitude sickness
• Lots of socks
• Warm clothes.
Optional Items to bring for trekking in Bhutan.
• Head gear
• Folding umbrella (only for wet months — July and August)
• One towel
• Pillow case
• Wet-packed tissue paper.