Bhutan was for a long time in history long hidden from the outside world.The country only opened up for tourism in 1974 and then only to a limited number of tourists.A visit to Bhutan is a unique and very rewarding experience, visitors are free to explore the wide and lush valleys along with a cultural treasury of rural life, all within the backdrop of some spectacular Himalayan scenary.

Trekking in Bhutan is solitude itself,the country is sparsely populated and it may be days on the trail before you come accross any settlement to speak of.The Bumthang valley is a beautiful introduction to trekking in this fascinating country and its rural way of life.

A. Itinerary in Detail (12 Days)

Day 01 : Arrival at Paro

Day 02 : Hike to Taktsang monastery

Day 03 : Drive to Thimpu

Day 04 : Drive to Wangduephodrang

Day 05 : Drive to Trongsa / continue to Bhumthang

Day 06 : Sightseeing in Bhumthang

Day 07 : Trek to Ngang Lhakhang

Day 08 : Trek to Ugyenchholing

Day 09 : Trek to Mebartsho

Day 10 : Drive to Wangduephodrang

Day 11 : Drive to Paro

Day 12 : Transfer to airport and departure

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