Day 01: Arrive in Paro
the significant paddy fields, village houses and small stupas. Likewise, you can even view the highest Mountains. Stay overnight at guesthouse.
Day 02: Sightseeing in Paro
This is the day assigned for the sightseeing in Paro. As sightseeing you will be visiting Taktsang Monastery which is the main and fabulous monastery. This monastery is possibly the chief snap one in Bhutan and is the icon of Bhutan. It consumes nearly 5 hours to end the trip. Then, you will again hike for short moment. Stay overnight at guesthouse.
Day 03: Trek to Shana (2,800m) 5 -6 hrs
The trail moves on its normal mount all along the Pa Chhu (Paro River) where you can sight the forests of rhododendrons, ferns, Oak and magnificent scenery. The campsite (3,630m) is bounded with gorgeous outlooks and immobility by the ambience of the Paro River. Today you will be hiking for 5 to 6 hours. Stay overnight at guesthouse.
Day 04: Trek to Soi Thangthangkha (3,400 m) 4-5 hrs
On the 4th day, you will move to Soi Thangthangkha which consuming 7 to 8 hours from Shana. The trail to go after the Paro River. Continuing the trek by ascending throughout the river into thin valley, which is close up to the behind the some space. Again you will be moving all along the drainage. The camp site is situated in a pasture which is protected by the stone. Finally you will come to Soi Thangthagkha (3,4000m).
Day 05: Trek to Jangothang (4,040m) 5-6 hrs
On the following day you will arrive to Jangothang (4,040m), taking 5 to 6 hours. The day starts by looking the scenery around the meadows of Yaks. The trek wills truly beasts of rewarding the herders after offering sufficient butter, cheese, meat, and essentials things to craft a tent. The way to Jangothang camp will point out chhortens, prayers wall and flags flapping in the wind speed and brilliant observation of Mt. Chomolhari with an elevation of 7,314m. Stay overnight in a tented camp.
Day 06: Trek to Lingshi (4,150m) 5-6 hrs
From Jangothang you will trek to Lingshi (4,010m) taking 5 to 6 hours. You will be walkinh towards the trail through the broad meadow. As you start to move downward arriving Lingshi basin, will observe some attractive views of the valley, Lingshi Dzong, Tserim Kang and downhill glacier. This is protected by the stone that has put up in fire pit or tent. The trek takes 5 to 6 hours. In an initial period you have to walk 10 minutes from Jangothang. The last enroute is Nyile La Pass which again takes 4 hours from Jongothang. Then, gradually it moves downward to Lingshi. Stay overnight in tented camp.
Day 07: Trek to Chebisa (3,850m) 3-4 hrs
On the 7th day you will move to Chebisa from Lingshi, built in 17th century, balanced on the top of hill with a calculating observation of the green hills. The Winding River and superb peaks are extra views in the offing for the tourist. After an hour from Lingshi, the trail reaches a cairn and prayer flags. Leaving this village and making a short rise and descent, the route leads to the impressive Chebisa valley. Stay overnight at guesthouse.
Day 08: Trek to Shomuthang (4,260m) 5 -6 hrs
From Chebisa you will set up for the trek to Shomuthang (4,260m), taking a certain ascending and nearly 5 to 6 hours. Shomuthang (4,200m) in a collection of brush next to a waterway. In Shomuthang you can sight plenty of red Rhododendrons that put in diverse kinds of beastliness in the neighboring areas. Before that you will pass the Gobu La. Stay overnight at guesthouse.
Day 09: Trek to Robluthang (4,390m) 6-7 hrs
The trek to Robluthang (4,390m) starts on from the hiking of Jari La Pass (4700m). Once more you have to go down to Tasharijathang valley which is notorious as the summer place of the remarkable Himalayan. You will be camping at Tsarijathang where you can view the herds of Takins. Stay overnight in a tented camp.Day 10: Trek to Lemithang (4,140m) 6-7 hrs
Today on this day of an itinerary, you will cross Shinje La Pass (4,900m) the final and the highest pass on the trek which takes the walk of about 5 hours from the camp. After that you will be following a short ascend throughout rhododendron trail which is mixed mutually a small pasture known as Limithang (4,140m), a beautiful campground in a big grazing land. Stay overnight in a tented camp.
Day 11: Trek to Laya (3,850m) 3-4 hrs
Today you will hike through the downward all along the slim and speedy river Valley to Laya (3,850m), taking 3 to 4 hours. Amble is very agreeable with the existence of superb outlook. You will be crossing during the moist forest, packed with moss and singing birds. Lastly you are at Laya village which is recognized as the second highest settlement in the state. Stay overnight in a tented camp.
Day 12: Acclimatization and rest day
This day is concluded as an acclimatization and rest day. This is the first day of the trek. Today you will be exploring around the Laya village. Moreover you will try to cope up with the new environment. In the evening you will return to the campsite. Stay overnight in a tented camp.
Day 13: Trek to Koena (3,800m) 6-7 hrs
On the following day you will start to move for the trek to Koena leaving Laya. The trail will wind ascend and descend all along the River side, discarding those natural difficulty and pay for magnificent observations of the roaring River, feeder brook and cascade. The trek to Koena (3,800m) takes 6 to 7 hours with a pleasing trip. Stay overnight in a tented camp.
Day 14: Trek to Gasa (2,900m) 6-7 hrs
After accomplishing the trek to Koena you will move ahead to Gasa (2,900m). The total duration of the trek takes 6 to 7 hours. Here, as a part of the trek you will pass the Babela Pass and then the trail is all the way downward to the camp site, enclosed to Gasa Dzong. Stay overnight in a tented camp.
Day 15: Trek to Gasa Tsachu Hot Spring (2,200m) 6-7 hrs
To access Gasa Tsachu (2,200m) this takes 6 to 7 hours of extended trek. You have to go behind the route from Bari La (3,900m). The route seems downhill and sharply through the forest of bamboo to a stream. Later on it is down all the way to Gasa Tsachu. In the afternoon, you will stay Gasa village. From there you will move down to Gasa Tsachu (2,200m). This is the popular hot spring aiming for the camping. Stay overnight in a tented camp.
Day 16: Trek to Geon Damji (2,280m) 6-7 hrs
Following the trek you will arrive to Geon Damji (2,280m), taking 6 to 7 hours. The trail carries on keeping uphill and downhill throughout the deeply forest areas and Orchids. After taking a short distance, the trail winds throughout the progressing hills. You will get to see the Gasa Dzong stick to the wall of the valley. Stay overnight at a guesthouse.
Day 17: Trek to Tashithang (1,700m) 6 -7 hrs
The trail downward from the high agricultural benches over the Mochu into the abundant semi-tropical ravine occupied with climbing plants, banana trees and steamy plant life. You will too view Monkeys and other extra animals. By carry on the Mo Chhu River throughout the deeply forest dig you into Tashithang (1,700m), taking 6 to 7 hours. Stay overnight at guesthouse.
Day 18: Trek to Khuruthang
After the short hike to the motor road, make downward to Punakha valley. This is the previous assets of Bhutan. The Dzong is situated amid two rivers renown as Mochu and Pochu. They represent female and male rivers. It was craft by Shabdrung Ngawang Namgyal, is the creator of Bhutan and is the chief significant historical destination. In the evening you will take a drive to Thimphu. Stay overnight at guesthouse.
Day 19: Sightseeing in Thimphu
Thimpu is the capital city of Bhutan which has lots of things to provide. On this day you will be visiting Tashichno Dzong and the school of central monastic. Another attraction of sightseeing is the artistic handicrafts crafted by the emporium. Those paintings and wood craft schools are the things that are conserving the tradition of Bhutan. Apart from that you can too view the Memorial Chorten, stupa, National Library and Simtokha Dzong. Thus, there are many things to view as the sightseeing in Thimphu. Stay overnight at hotel.
Day 20: Drive to Paro
On the second last day of your trekking you will be busy in sightseeing the Thimphu where you can visit the famous Memorial Chorten, National Library, School of Arts & Crafts, Textile and Folk Heritage Museum, Handicrafts Emporium.
Day 21: Excursion to Taktsang Monastery
On the following day we will pay out the whole day to Taktsang. It is referred as the Tiger’s Nest. Taktsang Monastery is the paranormal monastery that fit tightly to the vertical brickwork cliff 4,000 ft. it is said that Guru Padmasambhava had flew here on the back of the tigress. Therefore this is the suitable place for the meditation. An excursion to Taktsang monastery seizes 4 hours. Stay overnight at guesthouse.
Day 22: Departure!!!!
This is the day for departure from an airport of Bhutan and from where you will be returning your own home town. Hope to see you soon for the next package.