- Trek begins from Genekha village and concludes at the Chamgang village.
- Visit the ancient Rinpung Dzong, the largest Buddhist monastery built in the 15th century at the Drukpa Lineage of the Kagyu school.
- Marvel at the ancient architecture of Kichu Lakhang, a Buddhist temple in Lango Gewog.
- Visit Bhutan's mystical and most prominent landmark- Tiger’s Nest Monastery, sitting on the edge of a cliff.
- Enjoy the panoramic views of the high-standing mountains like Mt. Everest, Mt. Kanchenjunga, Mt. Jumolhari, Mt. Jichu Drake, MT. Tshering Gang, Mt. Tsende Gang, Mt. Gangche Ta, Mt. Khangbum, and Mt. Masang Gang from the Dala Tsho lakeside sit at an altitude of 4,520m/14,829ft.
- Visit the 15th century built Talakha Goempa at 3,080m/10,104ft on Chamganag from Panka.
The Dagala Treks is an extension of the beautiful Laya Gasa Trek, and leads from Laya into high altitudes of the Bhutanese Himalayas. It takes tough and enduring trekkers into the Lunana region and further on to Gangkhar Puensum and Bumthang or down to Sephu in Trongsa district, depending on which route you choose. The Sagala leads through the most remote areas up to very high altitudes. Trekkers have to camp in altitudes above 5,000m more than once, and depending on the seasonal temperatures, the camps are sometimes on snow.
Trek starts from the third day early in the morning after a drive to Genekha village, which is popular for producing mushrooms of a particular breed. Trek through picturesque terrace farmlands to the coniferous trees and alpine flora transitions you seamlessly to Gur campsite. The valley along this route looks spectacular. During the trek an entire day will be dedicated to visiting some of the more picturesque lakes, fishing and resting. The trail also takes you through several Bhutanese villages so you can get a good idea of traditional Bhutanese village life as you make your way back from the lakes.
While this is a somewhat strenuous trek, it is well worth the effort because of the tranquility and beauty of natural landscape that you will enjoy during the journey. The best time to embark on this trek is between April-June or September –October.