Durk Path Trek;
Discover Bhutan with one of the finest short treks in Bhutan. Bhutan is also knowns as the land of the thunder dragon. Durk Path Trek leads from Paro to Thimphu and follows the traditional high route between these towns. After an exploration of the Paro Valley, our first day’s walk takes us up to the ruined Jele Dzong. Thus, Jele Dzong is the place that sits on a high ridge and commands breathtaking views across to Jumolhari.
So, Bhutan is a small country sandwich between Tibet on the north side and India on the three other sides. Bhutan offers a mesmerizing and unspoiled cultural and natural grandeur. Moreover, the Bhutanese landscape is characterized by rugged terrain and steep mountain valleys. Bhutan sprays from subtropical plains in the south, through the temperate zone to the Sub-alpine Himalayas exceeding 7000 meters.
Bhutan is a country made up of Vajrayana Buddhists. Likewise, Hinduism is the second-largest religion in Bhutan. Bhutanese who speak Nepali and live in the south also follow Hinduism. The 11-day Druk Path Trek shows the culture of Bhutan. Druk Path Trek is a 6-day hike and a 3-day trip to learn about the culture. We go through a lot of passes that are above the treeline. One is Phume La Pass (4210m.). We camp by lakes in the mountains. We’ll see yak herder encampments and Bhutan/Tibet border peaks. You can see Jitchu Drake and Gangkar Puensum.
Upon arrival in Thimphu, we have a full sightseeing program. We do 4 days of sightseeing visits in Thimphu and Paro as assimilation. Likewise, we make sightseeing in Tashichhodzong, the traditional summer capital of Bhutan. It also includes an excursion of important Dzongs at Punakha. In the end, we complete this trek as a Mesmerizing flash of unbeatable 11 days experience in Bhutan.