Trekking in Bhutan is completely different experience in comparison to others. Bumthang is a beautiful valley and also the religious core of the entire nation which consists of some of the oldest living monasteries and temples. This long trial is bestowed with fresh air and some of the out of this world views; throughout the whole trip you will be on your own. The trial passes through alpine meadows providing habitat for wide range of flora and fauna, dense Rhododendron forests, foothills of snow capped Himalayas and crystal clear lakes. The trek in this beautiful kingdom of Bhutan comprises of short 3 day walks over the lower elevation and 21 days long trek in the higher elevation that lead us to the highest passes in this region. This trek grants us an exceptional opportunity to get along with the local Bhutanese people and get to know their lifestyle. Bumthang which literally means beautiful field comprises of four mountains; Ura, Chumey, Tang and Choekhor which as a wholly is referred as Bumthang valley. Bumthang trek is one of the civilizing trek that take us to the remote villages, least explored heritage sites situated at the basin of Bumthang. The trial winds around Choekhor and Tang basin in some of the remote villages in the Bumthang , historical temples and even the mansion of Ugencholing.
Despite the fact that the trek is pretty easy and short, there is one day of a long uphill and downhill climb which ultimately leads us to Phephe La (3,340m). At the same time there is no major elevation gain comparing to other treks and finally we will halt that day trek at an elevation of 3,000m. This 3 day trek to Bumthang is ideal as is offers extravagant landscape and offers an outstanding chance to know and understand Bhutanese rural life.
Arrive in Paro by Druk Air
Paro – Sightseeing
Paro – Thimpu
Thimphu – Sightseeing
Rest day in Bumthang
Bumthang-Nganglhakhang, begin your trek
Nganglhakhang – Ugyenchholing
Ugyenchholing – Jakar
Thimphu - Paro Airport
Twin sharing room in the best available hotel, resort & lodge, all meals (Breakfast/ lunch/ dinner), overland transportation within Bhutan, sightseeing tour & trek with an English speaking guide as per itinerary, land transfers from airport to hotel and airport, cultural shows.
Airfare, Airport taxes, Bhutanese visa fee, Nepal re-entry visa fee, alcoholic drinks at hotels/ lodges and expenses of personal nature such as laundry, trip insurance, single room supplement, Telephone call, Laundry.
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