Treks in Bhutan

Cloud-hidden, whereabouts unknown (Paro, Bhutan) by Jean-Marie Hullot 
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Dagala Thousand Lakes - Trekking in Bhutan is a wonderful experience and this trek is at a moderate level over about 6 days. The trek starts at Khoma (near Thimphu) and ends in Chamgang (Thimphu), where there are many beautiful high altitude lakes. The trek gives you an opportunity to visit many local landmarks and experience the culture, while offering exceptional views and landscapes. The accommodation is a mix of camping, resorts and hotel stays

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Laya Gasa - This trek is an extension of the Jumolhari trek. There will be opportunities to visit local landmarks and experience landscapes and wildlife up close. You will be introduced to the unusual culture of the Laya people, the Nomadic people of Upper Himalayas bordering Tibet, and have the chance to stop at a natural hot spring in Gasa. The accommodation is a mix of camping and hotel stays.

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Drukpath 10 Days - A shorter trek in Bhutan packed with picturesque trekking locations and visits to historic monasteries, museums and landmarks. You will start the trek close to the National Museum in Paro, and end at the Phajoding Monastery near Thimphu. The trip includes visits to the Traditional Medicine Institute, as well as the Takin Preserve Centre, the national animal of Bhutan. The accommodation is a mix of camping and hotel stays.

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Yaktsha - This Trek route is a very popular, passing through Jangothang, the base of Mt. Jumolhari and yak herder's camps. There will be opportunities to visit local landmarks, learn their culture and experience landscapes and wildlife up close. The accommodation is a mix of camping and hotel stays.

Bhutan Snowman

Snowman Trek - This long, rewarding trek route in Bhutan allows you to visit historic Bhutanese Dzongs and see various lakes and rivers. Your trek will start from the Drukgyel Dzong (near Paro) and end in Punakha. There will be opportunities to visit local landmarks, learn their culture and experience landscapes and wildlife up close. The accommodation is a mix of camping and hotel stays.

Jhomalhari

Jumolhari Round Trek - This fantastic trip to Bhutan will provide opportunities to visit local landmarks and experience beautiful landscapes. Your trek will begin from the historic Drukgyel Dzong and end in Dodena, near the capital of Bhutan Thimphu. Before and after your trek, you will have time to sightsee in Paro and Thimphu witnessing the local culture. The accommodation is a mix of camping and hotel stays.

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Drukpath 12 Days - This is an extended version of the 10 Day Drukpath Trek, which allows some extra days in the Gangtey valley after your trek. This trip to Bhutan is packed with picturesque trekking locations and visits to historic monasteries, museums and landmarks. You will start the trek close to the National Museum in Paro, and end at the Phajoding Monastery near Thimphu. The trip includes visits to the Traditional Medicine Institute, as well as the Takin Preserve Centre, the national animal of Bhutan. The accommodation is a mix of camping and hotel stays.