Bumthang is one of the 20 districts comprising Bhutan. Bhutan is the Landlocked Country between China in the north and India in the south, east, and west. It is a small country with an area of 46,500 square kilometers. Bumthang is the most historic district of Bhutan and the number of ancient temples and sacred sites are counted that is divided into four gewogs, known as Chhoekhor, Tang, Chhume, and Ura. Most of the parts of this District are part of Bhutan’s extensive protected areas network. The northern two-thirds of the district belong to Wangchuck Centennial Park, buffered by pockets of biological corridors.
This trek is in the splendid Bumthang valley, the cultural heart of Bhutan. The trek passes through several villages on its meandering route through the countryside. You will get a chance to visit remote parts of Bhutan. This trek provides an exceptional opportunity for contact with Bhutanese rural life besides nature. We start our trek from Jakar to Nganglhakhang to Ugyenchholing and back to Jakar.
Area: Bumthang Country Bhutan,
Duration: 10 days,
Starting point: Paro
Ending point: Paro
Maximum group size: 30 pax
Minimum pax/Person: 1 pax
Culture: Bhutanese Culture
Mode of trekking: Camping during the trek
Note: B=Breakfast, L= Lunch, D=Dinner