Mostly known as the Dragon Kingdom, Bhutan offers you the amazing trekking to Druk Path- the cultural trek grasps you through breathtaking trails granting mesmerizing mountains, rhododendron forests and fir forests. Comment the heavenliness of nature and explore the arts and architecture of opulent monasteries. The trail itself adventurous makes it more staggering when you walk through a gorgeous natural landscape of blue pine forests, high ridges and pristine lakes with smiling mountain views the whole time at the same time offering the opportunity to visit some ancient Lhakhang, dzongs and villages.
Bhutan Tour with Seven Days Druk Path Trek is an amalgamate trip that embraces cultural heritage sites in the cities of Thimpu, Paro and famous landmarks such as Tiger’s Nest Monastery, Rinpung Dzong (fortress), Kichu Lhakhang, Jele Dzong, Jangchulakha, Jimilangtsho, Langrithang, Tashichho Dzong and King’s Memorial Chorten. These trips commence with sightseeing of Rinpung Dzong and Kichu Lhakhang after arrival in Paro Valley and the next day, take an undaunted hike to Tiger’s Nest Monastery to relish Bhutan’s finest landmark. From Paro, the Druk Path trek emerges to Jele Dzong, Jangchulakha, Jimilangtsho, Langrithang and Tsaluna, and drive back to Thimpu followed by a next-day departure flight from Paro. Druk Path Trek is a perfect blend of trekking and exploration tours. The shorter but challenging trek as it takes us to high-altitude regions in a wild environment. Experience staying under the tented camps, cooking your own food and sleeping under the moonlight with glittering snow peaks is undoubtedly a dream that anyone would love to live with once in a lifetime.
Indulge in the true beauty of nature, cultures and history of Bhutan, the peaceful last remaining Vajrayana Buddhist Kingdom in the world only in 7 days of Druk Path Trek. An ideal choice that furnishes a lifetime experience with better quality services and astounding sights of high peaks. The best times to embark on the Druk Path Trek are between March-June and September-November.