The Himalayan expeditions are some of the greatest lures among the majority of trekkers and mountaineers across the world. They offer a huge domain involving exciting treks to various places in India, Bhutan and Nepal. Bhutan with its rather unblemished countryside and the air of innocence still intact, stands as a desired destination and the Himalayan Expeditions Bhutan are some of the special attractions among trekkers.
Bhutan offers a huge range of trekking options as part of Himalayan expeditions, including Laya Trek, Druk Path, Chomalhari Trek and Bumthang Cultural Trek. The Laya Trek generally includes the crossing of the 4900 meter Shinge La. It is a well-established trail from the Paro Valley to Thimpu through the small settlement of Laya and the Punakha valley is considered to be one of the finest treks in the world. It offers you captivating sceneries including farmlands, rhododendron forests, green pastures and the majestic peaks of Chomolhari and Jitchu Drake. Situated amid the medieval dzongs, the lovely village of Laya, adjacent to the Tibetan border offers several options of cultural interests on the way. Finally it is just a perfect icing on the cake to follow the Punakha Gorge, through the imposing medieval dzongs and refreshing hot springs at Gasa.
Bhutan Druk Path Trek comprises the journey from Paro Valley over the Bhutanese mountains to Jele Dzong, Phajoding Jangchulakha, and Thimpu Camps. With the campsite near the Lake Jimilangtso, you will enjoy your way through the beauties of thick alpine forest, dwarf rhododendron tress and Lake of Janetso. You can as well ask for yaks and yak herders around your camp site. One of the excellent Himalayan expeditions Bhutan, this trek takes you through Jele Dzong, Jangchulakha, Jimilangtso, Simkota, Thimphu and Phajoding offering breathtaking scenic views of mountains, valleys and lakes.
The thrilling trek of Chomalhari runs through the remote valleys of Western Bhutan along high ridges, ice capped peaks and breathtaking mountain views. Explore high alpine valleys to the North of the Bhutanese capital of Thimpu. Trek along the Thimpu River and climb up to the natural and splendid Basingthang Valley. Your journey across the spectacular Yale La (4700m) will offer fantastic views of Jitchu Drake before you travel towards one of the rather tougher expeditions in Himalayas, to a higher pass, the Nachuing La (4900m). This part of the trek offers overwhelming views as you move towards the Paro valley, through the supreme views of the adjoining Chomolhari.
The Bumthang cultural trek takes you through the splendid countryside of Bumthang. You get an alluring opportunity to exploit your finer senses by observing and absorbing the culture of Bhutanese rural life. Travel from Thimpu for a picturesque drive to Tongsa through Dochula pass (3050 m.) to woo the extraordinary views of the highest peak in Bhutan. This excursion includes visits to the historical Jakar Dzong constructed in the 17th century by the first religious king of Bhutan. The trail climbs gradually towards the Phephe La pass and rambles through forests of Juniper before eventually arriving at a pass at an altitude of 3340 meters. From here you have to travel downhill to the Ugeyenchholing village and then finally to the scared Bhutanese Member Tso Lake.
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