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Druk Path Trek

Druk Trek Path is a great trekking option for amateur trekkers in Bhutan.

Druk Path Trek

$1350 per person
12 Days 11 Nights
16+ Age

Druk Trek Path is a great trekking option for amateur trekkers in Bhutan. The trek starts from Paro valley and ends in Thimphu city. It is a four to six day trek depending on the individual fitness level and the walking distance between camp sites are relatively short. Not only is the trek easy to complete, it also offers all the excitement and a sense of adventure trekking in the Himalayas. The first night and the final night camp sites are organized close to ancient monasteries which date back to the early 13th century. The trekking route follows an ancient mule track which connects Thimphu and Paro district.

Along the trekking route, trekkers will come across many pristine highland lakes, scenic landscape and view of the great snowcapped mountains including the highest mountain in Bhutan, Mount Gangkar Puensum. Depending on the season of travel, trekkers may come across highlander communities and the herd of yaks. This will be an opportunity for the trekkers to interact with the highlanders and understand their lifestyle and unique culture.

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  • Departure/Return Location
    Ko Phangan, Surat Thani 84280, Thailand
  • Departure Time
    Please arrive by 9:15 AM for a departure at 9:30 AM
  • Return Time
    Approximately 8:30 PM
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  • Included
    Accommodation
    Guide
    Meals (B/L/D)
    Transport
  • Not Included
    3-Star Accommodation
    Bhutan Visa Fee
    Flights
    Insurance
    Water Bottle

Tour Plan

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Day 1
On arrival at the Paro International Airport, trekkers will be driven to the hotel. After lunch trekkers will visit cultural attractions in Paro including the National Museum of Bhutan, Rinpung Dzong and explore the Paro town.
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Day 2
Trekkers will hike to the Tiger’s Nest. Paro Taktsang or the Tiger’s Nest is a Buddhist monastery perched on a cliff 900 meters above the Paro valley. It takes 2 hours hike through the pine forests to reach the site. From the monastery, the panoramic view of the Paro valley is spectacular.
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Day 3
Trekkers will begin the Druk Path Trek from Paro with a hike to Jele Dzong. It will be a five hour hike. As trekkers gain elevation, Mount Jomolhari will be visible on a clear weather day. Trekkers will camp at an altitude of 3480 meters.
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Day 4
The trail to Jangchulakha passes through dense alpine forest. Trekkers may come across yak herders. The camp site will be at an altitude of 3770 meters.
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Day 5
The third day hike to Jimilangtso (Lake) will be an 11 hour hike. Trekkers will follow the trail along the ridge and view of mountains and valleys on either side. The camp site for the night is near the lake at an altitude of 3870 meters.
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Day 6
The hike to simkota passes through multiple yak herders’ campsite. Trekkers can interact with the yak herders and catch a glimpse of the life of these highlanders. The campsite for the night is near another lake at an altitude of 4110 meters.
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Day 7
En route to Phajoding, if the weather permits, trekkers will be able to see Bhutan’s highest mountain, Gangkhar Puensum. Phajoding is a Buddhist monastery which dates back to the 13th century. The campsite is near the monastery. Trekkers will finally have Thimphu city view from their campsite.
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Day 8
The last leg of the trek is a continuously descends through the Blue Pine forests. It takes about 3 hours to reach the outskirts of Thimphu from which the trekkers will be driven to the hotel for a nice hot shower and hearty meal.
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Day 9
After a rejuvenating and restful night at the hotel, trekkers will do cultural sightseeing in Thimphu which includes, a visit to the largest Buddha Statue in the world, Thimphu Dzong (Fortress) which houses the Office of His Majesty the King of Bhutan. Other attractions include the Takin Preserve, Folk Heritage Museum and National Institutes of Arts and Crafts.
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Day 10
After breakfast at the hotel, travellers will be dropped off to Paro International airport for their onward flight.

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