Bhutan, a landlocked country is a sovereign nation with a total area of 38,394 km². It is situated between the People’s Republic of China in the north and the Republic of India in the south. Although a small country in comparison to its neighboring countries, Bhutan is heaven for trekkers who want to increase their affinity with Mother Nature. With more than 70% of the land covered by forest, Bhutan is rich in flora and fauna. With five national parks, four wildlife sanctuaries and a nature reserve, Bhutan is carbon-negative country till date. Bhutan is one of the countries amongst the ten most important biodiversity hotspots in the world.
Therefore, it is essential to go beyond the city exploration to experience the majestic views of the Himalayas. Druk Path Trek is designed for enthusiastic and nature loving trekkers who are keen to explore the nature, flora, and fauna. This is a moderately easy trekking route.
This is one of the most renowned trekking destinations in Bhutan. The best time for trekking is from March-May and from September- November. During the trek, you get to see the highest mountain of Bhutan, majestic view of pathways covered by rhododendron including an opportunity to acquaint yourself with the rural life and community of Bhutan. You will also get a chance to indulge in the profound culturally diversified environment with warm and friendly local inhabitants. As Bhutan lays strong emphasis on preservation, promotion, and protection of its local culture, you will be excited to be a part of it during your stay in Bhutan.
We will provide you with certified English speaking local guide who will not only accompany you to the entire trek but will also share you the ancient folk stories and significance of the trekking route. If you are considering this trek, please do let us know, our professional team is eager to serve you.
Day 1: Arrival in Bhutan, Paro (2250m)
Day 2: Sightseeing at Paro including Tiger’s Nest Monastery- Altogether 40 minute drive and 3/4 hour hike
Day 3: Trek to Jele Dzong ((3480m)) – 4/5 hour
Day 4: Trek to Jangchulakha (3770m) – 4/5 hour
Day 5: Trek to Jimilangtso (3870m) – 4/5 hour
Day 6: Trek to Simkota Tsho (4110m) – 4/5 hour
Day 7: Trek to Phajoding (3750m) – 4/5 hour
Day 8: Trek to Thimphu (2300m) – 3/4 hour
Day 9: Drive to Paro and detour tourist places nearby the route (2250m)
Day 10: Departure from Paro
We will provide full board service during the entire trek with three meals served on each day.
All ground transportation including airport pick up and drop facility
An English speaking guide will accompany you throughout the trip.
All entrance fees and permits are included for all destinations as per the itinerary.
All accommodation including Tented camping during the trek
International Flights airfare
Bhutan Visa Fee
Additional costs in case of flight cancellation, bad weather, road blockage and extra days stay except mentioned in the package.
Tipping for guide and driver
All other costs not listed in the inclusion list are considered as your expense