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Bhutan Trekking

Bhutan is growing up as best destination for trekking. Himalayan leisure is glad to operate a week to a month long trekking in Bhutan. Trekking in Bhutan will take your to breathtaking scenery, pristine lakes, imposing glaciers, adventurous high passes and some of the beautiful peaks of the world. Trekking routes are varied for beginners to highly experienced trekkers but no debate that all the trekking routes will give you magical views and unforgettable experiences. Imagine yourself exploring Yak herder's small settlements in the high mountain valleys in front of towering Himalayan peaks. Trekking routes operated by Himalayan leisure are based on camping though the facilities in the trekking routes are slightly developing.

The treks are mostly done with the help of guide, cook and at least a horseman. Your belongings are generally carried by horses. You will only carry your small day packs. The trekking routes are not crowded like in Nepal and India. Trekking in Bhutan is surely an unforgettable experience. These trekking routes are generally far from civilizations though some trekking routes will take you to small settlements of local tribes. Our itineraries are flexible to change whenever required. Trekking in Bhutan is highly exclusive with only few trekkers joining the nomadic yak herders and local villagers on the trails.

Come and join with us to this mystical Himalayan country named 'The Land of Thunder Dragons'
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Merak Sakteng Trek is one of the beautiful treks in Bhutan will surely give you memorable experiences. The Merak and Sakteng region is a semi nomadic region in east Bhutan situated over 3,500 meters / 11,482 feet inhabited by Brokpas people; a nomadic tribe. The region of Merak and Sakteng is a lot rich in terms on natural diversity and magnificent scenery. The Brokpas people of the region are believed to came from Tsona; a village in southern Tibet. These people move to low land valleys in the winter and rejoin higher pastures during summer. Brokpas communities still follows the barter system plus cow / yak cheese, butter and dried meat trading. The Merak and Sakteng region was opened for tourists only after 2010AD so the region is still virgin. This adventure will give you opportunity to visit both Merak and Sakteng region and gives you ample chances to enjoy the interesting cultures of this traditional ethnic tribes. The Merak and Sakteng village is known as 'twins of the east Bhutan'.

Day to Day Itinerary

Day 01: Arrival in Paro [2,280M], sightseeing around the town in the afternoon

Day 02: Morning walk to Taktsang monastery also known as Tiger’s Nest Monastery, in Paro

Day 03: Drive to Gangtey valley [3,000M / 9,843FT]

Day 04: Drive to Bumthang [2,600M / 8,530FT]

Day 05: Drive to Tashigang [1,100M / 3,608FT]

Day 06: Drive to Chaling [2,150M / 7,053FT], trek to Damnongchu [3,090M / 10,137FT]

Day 07: Trek to Merak [3,500M / 11,482FT]

Day 08: Cross Nagchungla Pass [4,100M / 13,451FT] and trek to Miksa Teng [2,860M / 9,383FT]

Day 09: Trek to Sakteng [3,000M / 9,842FT]

Day 10: Exploration day at Sakteng village

Day 11: Trek to Jyonkhar Teng [1,860M / 6,102FT]

Day 12: Trek to Phongmay [1,980M / 6,496FT], drive to Tashigang [1,100M / 3,608FT]

Day 13: Drive to Bumthang [2,600M / 8,530FT]

Day 14: Drive to Punakha [1,200M / 3,937FT]

Day 15: Drive back to Paro [2,280M], visit around if time permits

Day 16: Rest day in Paro, visit around the town, shopping etc.

Day 17: Departure back to home

We wish you had memorable adventure with Himalayan Leisure, Inc.!

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Laya Gasa Trek in Bhutan is popular for stunning farmland and dense alpine forests to yak pastureland and adventurous high passes. You will have opportunities to camp below the most stunning peaks of Bhutan on Laya Gasa Trek. The trekking is one of the most beautiful and unspoiled trekking routes in Bhutanese Himalayas with rare chances to encounter with blue sheep, takins, and possibly even with the snow leopard. The friendliness of Layap people; a tribe with unique cultures, traditions and appearance will add more fun to your adventure. Laya Gasa Trek is also considered as one of the difficult treks in Bhutan due to high altitude passes plus steep ascending and descending.

Day to Day Itinerary

Day 01: Arrival in Paro [2,280M / 7,840FT], sightseeing around the town in the afternoon

Day 02: Morning walk to Taktsang monastery also known as Tiger’s Nest Monastery, in Paro

Day 03: Drive up to Drukgyal Dzong [2,590M / 8,497FT], trek to Shana [2,850M / 9,350FT]

Day 04: Trek to Soi Thangthangkha [3,750M / 12,303FT]

Day 05: Trek to Jangothang [4,000M / 13,123FT]

Day 06: Cross the Nyele La Pas [4,700M / 15,419FT], trek to Lingshi [4,000M / 13,123FT]

Day 07: Trek to Chebisa [3,850M / 12,631FT]

Day 08: Cross Gomby La [4,450M / 14,599FT], trek to Somuthang [4,260M / 13,976FT]

Day 09: Cross Jari La Pass [4,700M / 15,419FT], trek to Robluthang [4190M / 13,746FT]

Day 10: Cross Shinje La Pass [4,900M / 16,076FT], trek to Limithang [4,150M / 13,615FT]

Day 11: Trek to Laya [3,800M / 12,467FT]

Day 12: Rest and exploration day in Laya, visit around

Day 13: Trek to Chamsa [3,500M / 11,482FT]

Day 14: Cross Bari La [3,900M / 12,759FT], Trek to Gasa Tsachu

Day 15: Trek to Damji [2,400M / 7,874FT]

Day 16: Trek to Tashithang [1,600M / 5,249FT], drive to Punakha [1,200M / 3,937

Day 17: Drive back to Paro [2,280M / 7,840FT]

Day 18: Rest day in Paro, visit around the town, shopping etc.

Day 19: Departure from Paro

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Druk Path Trek is one of the popular treks in the land of thunder dragon; Bhutan. This trek is also a spectacular short trekking takes you though beautiful valleys, high altitude lakes, rhododendron and pine forests and as usual snowy Himalayan peaks. Druk Path Trekking connects you between two major city of Bhutan; Thimpu and Paro. This route was popular was trading route between these two biggest cities of Bhutan. Each day camps are shorter in this trek so it is not too difficult to walk. One a clear day the panoramic views on the trek are stunning. Come and enjoy this beautiful trekking in the small and finest country.

Day to Day Itinerary

Day 01: Arrival in Paro [2,280M / 7,840FT], afternoon sightseeing if time permits

Day 02: Morning walk to Taktsang monastery [Tiger’s Nest], stay in Paro

Day 03: Trek to Jele Dzong [3,350M / 10,990FT]

Day 04: Trek to Jangchu Lakha [3,700M / 12,139FT]

Day 05: Trek to Jimilang Tsho [3,800M / 12,467FT]

Day 06: Trek to Simkota Tsho [4,050M / 13,287FT]

Day 07: Cross Phume La Pass [4,210M / 13,812FT], trek to Phajoding Gompa [3,870M / 12,696FT]

Day 08: Trek to Thimpu [2,330M / 7,644FT]

Day 09: Drive to Punakha [1,200M / 3,937FT], explore the town including Punakha Dzon

Day 10: Drive to Paro [2,280M / 7,840FT], transfer to Hotel

Day 11: Departure back to home

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Chomolhari is one of the most popular and second highest peak of Bhutan attached with Tibetan Border. This peak is also known as Jomolhari by local and Tibetan people. This beautiful trek will lead you to Chomolhari Base Camp where you can enjoy varied landscapes, floras and faunas. The biggest highlight of the trek is spectacular views of mount Chomolhari from Chomolhari Base Camp. The trek passes though Yak herders small settlements in the Himalayas and will take you via small villages. Chomolhari Trekking is a genuine Himalayan experience will lead you to high alpine Himalayas with the help of local guides. This is an adventure of lifetime that only few people will ever see. Spend some days in the Himalayas to enjoy splendid moments of your life around small and beautiful valleys in front of snowy peaks.

Day to Day Itinerary

Day 01: Fly to Paro [2,280M / 7,840FT], afternoon sightseeing

Day 02: Morning walk to Taktsang monastery [Tiger’s Nest)

Day 03: Trek to Shana [2,800M / 9,186FT]

Day 04: Trek to Soi Thangthanka [3,500M / 11,482FT]

Day 05: Trek to Jangothang [4,080M / 13,385FT]

Day 06: Acclimatisation day at Jangothang [4,080M / 13,385FT]

Day 07: Trek to Lingshi [4,150M] crossing Nyile La [4,890M / 16,043FT]

Day 08: Trek to Sho-Du [3,950M / 12,959FT]

Day 09: Trek to Barshon [3,680M / 12,073FT]

Day 10: Trek to Dolam Kencho [3,430M / 11,253FT]

Day 11: Trek to Dodena [2,600M / 8,530FT], drive to Thimphu [2,330M / 7,644FT]

Day 12: Sightseeing in Thimphu if time permits then drive to Paro [2,280M / 7,840FT]

Day 13: Rest day in Paro, visit around the town, shopping etc.

Day 14: Departure back to home

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Lunana Snowman Trek is about a month long adventure in Bhutan that explores beautiful remote valleys. It is a hard and high altitude trek with spectacular mountains views. It is an incredible adventure in the remote kingdom Bhutan; The Land of Thunder Dragons. The trek will take you through more than ten snow covered high altitude passes over 4,500M / 14,763FT. Lunana Snowman Trek takes you through the northern part of Bhutan along the Tibetan border. Lunana region is one of the less accessed region in Bhutan that very few people have visited. Our complete journey of Lunana Snowman Trekking starts from Paro and finishes near Bhumtang. Imagine the trekking through towering snow capped mountains, blue transparent lakes, dense high altitude forests and remotest small settlements of people, this is how Lunana Snowman Trekking is.

Day to Day Itinerary

Day 01: Arrival in Paro [2,280M], sightseeing around the town in the afternoon

Day 02: Morning walk to Taktsang monastery also known as Tiger’s Nest Monastery

Day 03: Trek to Shana [2,790M]

Day 04: Trek to Soi Thangthanka [3,510M]

Day 05: Trek to Jangothang [4,080M]

Day 06: Acclimatisation day at Jangothang, explore around [4,080M]

Day 07: Trek to Lingshi [4,150M] crossing Nyile La [4,890M]

Day 08: Trek to Chebisa [3,850M]

Day 09: Trek to Shomuthang [3,950M] crossing Gombu La [4,500M]

Day 10: Trek to Robulathang [4,410M] crossing Jhare La [4,780M]

Day 11: Trek to Limithang [4,160M] crossing the Shinge La [5,000M]

Day 12: Trek to Laya [3,700M]

Day 13: Rest day

Day 14: Trek to Rodophu [4,120M]

Day 15: Trek to Narethang [4,900M] crossing Tsema La [4,905M]

Day 16: Trek to Tarina [5,080M] crossing the Karchung la [5,240M]

Day 17: Trek to Woche [3,810M]

Day 18: Trek to Lhedi [3,700M] crossing Keshe La [4,435M]

Day 19: Trek to Thanza [4,080M]

Day 20: Rest and exploration day in Thanza

Day 21: Trek to before Danje [4,540M]

Day 22: Trek to Tshorim lake camp [5,250M]

Day 23: Trek over Gophu la [5,240M] and to Geche Woma [4,450M]

Day 24: Trek to Mischugang [4,200M] at base of Phorang La

Day 25: Trek to Worithang [4,400M] crossing Phorang La [4,650M] and Saga La [4,820M]

Day 26: Trek to Dur Tsachu [3,200M] crossing Nephu La [4,560M]

Day 27: Trek to Tso Chenchen [3,850M] crossing Gongto La [4,327M] and Djule La [4,551M]

Day 28: Trek to Gorsum [2,680M]

Day 29: Contingency day or extra rest day

Day 30: Trek to Minchugang then drive to Bumthang

Day 31: Drive to Jakar

Day 32: Drive to Punakha

Day 33: Drive to Paro

Day 34: Fly back to home

We wish you had memorable adventure with Himalayan Leisure, Inc.!