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In the secluded Himalayan kingdom of Bhutan, spirituality permeates every aspect of daily life, traditional festivals are living manifestations of a national faith, and the king decrees “Gross National Happiness” as the standard by which to measure the country’s wealth. 

Our hiking adventure brings us incredible day hikes to tiny villages, through magical forests, and up to mountainside chortens (stupas). Along the way, we meet villagers, farmers, red-robed monks, explore colorful markets, and marvel at the Shangri La setting of sublime fortress-monasteries reigning over wooded valleys. 
Overnights are in lodges, plus two nights in a private riverside camp to experience the traditional culture of the Haa Valley. 

Best time to visit: May-September Trip length: 5 nights, 6 days


Planned Activity

  Day Stay Do  
1Paro/Thimphu Hotel Peaceful Resort Arrive in Paro via Air and drive to Thimphu. Local sightseeing and spend your day doing leisure activities.
2Thimphu/Day Hike Hotel Peaceful Resort Hike to the Tango monastery. Take a two hour trek to the nearby villages and have a picnic lunch.
3Thimphu/Punakha Hotel Peaceful Resort Visit art and crafts school as well as the folk museum in Thimphu. Drive to Punakha, while crossing the highest pass in Bhutan, Dochu La. An afternoon hike in Punakha to Lobsakha village. Overnight at
4Chimi Lhakhang/Wangde Phodrang/Phobjikha Gangtey Visit a monastery and a fetrtility temple dedicated to Lama Drukpa Kuenley. Drive till Phobjikha, while stopping at the 17th century fortress-dzong in Wangde Phodrang.
5Phobjikha Valley/Paro Tashi Namgay Resort Hike in the beautiful environment of Phobjikha valley and drive to Paro for an overnight stay there.
6Paro Tashi Namgay Resort Hike through the pine forest to the monastic retreat of Taktsang, while having lunch in a teahouse midway. Overnight at Paro with a farewell dinner.
7Fly out

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