7 Days

Per Person

  • Moderate
  • Tour And Trek
  • Nepal


This tour and trekking are the best and easy as you will be covering both adventures like exploring the cultural heritage and experiencing trekking to this Himalayan kingdom. This trekking is relatively easy and popular as a 7 days short tour which leads you to the prehistoric trading track through stunning mountainous views linking the valley of Paro and Thimpu.

On the trails, you will pass through impressive rhododendron, blue pine, fir forests. If you happen to trek in the spring season, you get to observe various flora of the dense forest, come over the alpine yak herders and striking lakes filled with trout.

Our trek to Druk begins with touring Paro visiting the Ringpung Dzongs, Kichu Lhakhang, Drugyal Dzongs.

Next, we hike for around 4-5 hours to reach Taktsang monastery- the most popular one located on the high cliff (3180 m). We next drive to major locations and start trekking to Jele Dzong. From the top of Jele Dzongs, you get the view of entire Paro valley surrounded by snow-capped peaks. Continuing our trekking and passing a high alpine forest, we reach Jangchulakha.

Heading our way to the campsites - we will spot yak herders on the way. From here, we continue our trekking further and as ascending and descending high hills, we reach the top - where we get the remarkable views of Mount Jomolhari and other Himalayan peaks. We then descend down through the fir forests to reach Langrithang. The next day, we will be descending steeply passing through diverse forests. On the way, we visit the sacred site - Tsaluna monastery and pass through lovely farm villages. We complete our trek here and then drive to Thimpu. In Thimpu, we will be visiting the memorial chorten, the Tashi Dzongs and wander around Thimpu the remaining day. The subsequent day, we fly back to our destination.

This tour is the perfect blend of exploring Bhutan and adventurous trekking. Though it is quite short but is challenging as you be trekking to the high hills through dense forest. The best season for this trek with exploring Bhutan can be done during the months of March to May and September to November. For more information or any other inquiry relation to this tour and trek, please feel free to contact or email us.

Below we list the detailed itinerary for Bhutan Tour with Druk Path:

Detail Itinerary


Day 01: Arrival and sightseeing in Paro (2,250m / 7,382ft

Your flight near Bhutan you will be enjoying stunning view of Himalayas plus the sacred peak of Bhutan named Mt chomolhari and the Jichu drake peak. Reaching at airport our representative from the Accent Himalaya will pick you up and take you to the hotel. After taking some rest and freshening up we will then start our tour where we will visit the Ringpung Dzong after that we will be visiting Kichu Lhankhang- oldest temple of Bhutan and then we will visit Drugyal Dzong. We will spend our night in Paro.

  • Meal: Welcome Dinner

Day 02: Hike to Taktsang Monastery

We will hike to Taktsang monastery also known as Tiger nest monastery- one of the popular and most known monastery of Bhutan situated at high cliff at 3180 meter. A spiritual Buddhism master known Guru Rimpoche had flown on the back of the tigress back to head into a cave to meditate which this cave now stands as Taktsang monastery. We will have lunch at the restaurant which is situated midway up t the mountain. After having lunch and finish exploring the monastery we will hike down to the valley. We will spend our night in Paro.

  • Meal: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Day 03: Paro to JeleDzong (Trek begins): 10 km, 4 - 5 hours

Today we will drive to Jele Dzong which is at the altitude of 3400 meter and from here we will began our trek where we will first start hiking for an hour to reach at Jele Dzong. We will gently ascend via dense forests and then we will reach at our camp. Jele Dzong is above our campsite and from the Dzong one gets the picturesque view of snowcapped peaks and the incredible Paro valley. We will explore Jele Dzong and nearby by Dzong there is a Lhnkhang –temple and the statue of Buddha Sakyamuni. We will spend our night in camp at the altitude of 3300 meter.

  • Meal: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Day 04: JeleDzong to Jangchulakha: 10 km, 4 hours

Today we will trekking for 2 hours and then ascend 310 meter and descend 50 meter. We will then pass via lush thick rhododendron and alpine forests and then we will reach at Jangchulakha. We will be walking for awhile and ten we will reach at campsite and from the campsite one get amazing landscapes view. We will be spending our nigh in camp at the altitude of 3600 meter.

  • Meal: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Day 05: Jangchulakha to Langrithang: 15 km, 4 - 5 hours

Today we will be ascending 330 meter and descending 310 meter. The path commence from a short ascend following the ridge. From the top of the ridge we will get the breathtaking view of mount Jumolhari and other Himalayan peaks. Then we will descend and reaches at Jimilangtsho Lake which is at the altitude of 3700 meter and here we will have our lunch. After that we will descends for awhile and then head to Langrithang via dense fir forests. We will be spending our night at the altitude of 3500meter.  

  • Meal: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Day 06: Trek to Tsaluna (Trekvends) and drive to Thimphu: 11 km, 4 hours

Today we will descend 800 meter as our path passes thick rhododendron and fir forests following the river and after that we will reach at Tsaluna monastery. This monastery is said to the holy shrine of the 8th century Buddhism spiritual master Guru Rimpoche. Further trekking downwards we will arrive at lovely village named Tsaluna and exploring this village we will drive to Thimpu. Reaching Thimphu we will visit some of the landmarks of Thimpu like Memorial chorten constructed in the memory of the late third king who ruled from 1952- 1772. Next will be the royal Tashicho Dzong. Later in evening we will be stroll around the Thimpu streets markets. We will spend our night in Thimpu.

  • Meal: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Day 07: Final Departure

Today your Bhutan tour with four days Druk path trek finally comes to an end as we will head to the airport in morning after the breakfast. The druk air usually departs in morning as the reason behind flying in morning is to avoid an unfavorable weather condition. Our representative from the Accent Himalaya will be dropping you at the airport three hours earlier than your flight schedule.

  • Meal: Breakfast