- Stroll through the streets of Paro to observe the traditional buildings.
- Visit the mystical and artistically majestic Tiger’s Nest Monastery sitting on a high cliff.
- The National Museum of Bhutan- Ta Dzong.
- Picturesque Bumthang Valley with exciting trekking trail and trout-filled river
- Fascinating culture and Scenic Views
- Discover spiritual monasteries and unexplored regions
- Hike Paro Taktsang and visit Punakha Dzong
- Easy Three-Day Bumthang Cultural trek
This is a fairly easy trek that takes you through beautiful valleys and along clear, trout-filled rivers. Bumthang is often known as the ‘cultural heartland’ of Bhutan and there are plenty of ancient temples to visit during the hike. The tour begins in Paro where we visit ruined fortress, Ta Dzong and national museum. We start our trekking expedition from Bumthang after an informative sightseeing in Thimpu, the capital of Bhutan. At Bumthang, we discover the unique spacious valley unlike others ranging from (8,000ft to 13,000ft). Discover the highest point of the trek at Phephela pass (3,360 m) guided by beautiful forested area with lots of leisure and stops. On a 3rd day of the trek, you will walk about (6-8 hours) and finish the trek at Mesithang.
This Cultural Bumthang Trek is considered a much-diversified trek to Bumthang (2600m) and abounds with unique culture and scenic landscape. The Bumthang cultural richness and off-the-beaten trekking paths amaze every traveler from the world; you will begin your trek from the altitude of 2600m in Bumthang, leading to Ngang Lhakhang, then trek to Ugyenchholing crossing Phephe – La Pass (3600m) and finally reach to Mebartsho and back to Bumthang.
No Experience Required
No former trekking experience is needed for this trek. To take part in this trek, you should be physically fit, meaning you should be able to walk a full day with a small day pack. Animals will carry the bulk of our loads.