Tsaluna Trek - 8 Days

 

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Overview

The royal kingdom of Bhutan has a lot to offer. From elegant dzongs (fortresses), religious monasteries to the thrills of adventure like white water rafting, long and short family treks, Bhutan is a country that should definitely be on your list.


Termed as one of the easiest treks in Bhutan, this short trek takes us to the remote village of Tsaluna where we interact with the locals as we blend in with their lifestyle. All along the trek you pass through beautiful flora with blooming rhododendron flowers.

 

Highlights

  • Hike to “Tiger’s Nest” Taktsang Monastery, perched on the side of a vertical cliff at 3000 m altitude.

  • Visit the many ancient Dzongs, Monasteries, fortresses where monks still reside.

  • Scenic Paro valley can be seen with Mt. Jhomolhari and other snow-capped mountains.

  • Mingle with the villagers at beautiful Tsaluna Village.

  • Descend through the beautiful meadows, valleys, rivers.

  • Shop at the largest domestic market for produce, textiles and handicrafts.

  • Meet Takin (national animal) that graze peacefully in a protected park.

  • Offer prayers at the largest Buddha statue in Bhutan.

  • Drop by the national library, museum, arts & crafts school.

 

Trip Facts

Destination: Bhutan

Trip Duration: 8 Days

Arrival In: Paro, Bhutan

Departure From: Paro, Bhutan

Meals: Full Board basis (B=Breakfast, L=Lunch, D=Dinner)

Best Season: September – April

Activity: Tour & Trek 

Grade: Easy

Includes

  • Arrival/Departure transfers

  • Meet and assistance at the airport

  • 3 nights’ accommodation in Paro, Bhutan, using twin sharing room on full board basis

  • 2 nights’ accommodation in Thimphu, using twin sharing room on full board basis

  • 2 nights’ camping on full board basis

  • All the sightseeing tour and transfers as per the itinerary with local English speaking guide by private vehicle

  • Bhutan Visa fee

  • Tourism development fee & Entrance fee in Bhutan

 

Excludes

  • International airfare [Will be quoted separately]

  • Airfares to/from Paro [Will be quoted separately]

  • Photography charges in the monasteries and monuments

  • Refreshments, bottled drinks

  • Tips

  • Travel Insurance and rescue of any form

  • Cost arising out of flight cancellation/road blockades/landslides/riots and events beyond our control

  • Expenses of personal nature and any other expenses not mentioned in the above cost

 

Itinerary

Day 1 - Arrive in Paro

Day 2 - In Paro

Day 3 - Trek to Zele Dzong

Day 4 - Trek to Tshaluna Village

Day 5 - Trek to Jemina, drive to Thimphu

Day 6 - In Thimphu

Day 7 - In Thimphu, drive to Paro

Day 8 - Final Departure

 

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