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Haa Valley Trek - 07 Days

Trek Level:  Easy
Best Season: April to May and September to November

Haa Valley is situated in the north-west of Bhutan bordering Tibet. It was closed to tourism until 2001. The following ancient trek route will take you through some of the most scenic views of Ha and Paro valleys over alpine Kalila pass, as well as to Paro, Thimphu and Wangduephodrang for cultural touring of medieval dzongs, temples and monasteries.


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Day 01: Arrive Paro:
The flight into Paro brings breathtaking views of the Himalayan Mountains. If the weather permits you will be able to see Mountain Everest (8848 meters) and other Himalayan mountains. The landing, flying through the Paro valley between the 4000 meters high mountains, starts your day in an unforgettable way! Our representative welcome to you in Bhutan and drive you through the beautiful valley of Paro to the hotel you will be staying. This beautiful valley is home to many Bhutan's oldest monasteries and temples. The country's only airport is in Paro. The valley is also home to Mountain Chomolhari(7,300 meters) situated at the northern end of the valley whose glacier water forms the Pachu flowing through the valley. Afternoon you will visit Ta Dzong (watch tower) it served as a watch tower during the 17th century to guard the region from the Tibetan invasion. It was converted to the National Museum in 1968. It houses a fine collection of Bhutanese art, relics, religious thankas, Kichu Lhakhang(Monastery) it is one of the two most sacred and the oldest temples in Bhutan. It was built in 7th century by Tibetan King Songtsen Gampo, Rimpung Dzong (fortress of the heap of jewels) it was built during the time of Zhabdrung (deeply revered to this day as dynamic political and spiritual leader) in 1644. It houses both administrative and monastic bodies. Overnight Paro Hotel.
Day 02: In Paro
Morning take an acclimatization hike to the famous Taktshang Monastery (Tiger's nest): This is Bhutan?s most recognizable cultural icon perched 800m/2640ft up a seemingly sheer cliff. Although it was tragically and mysteriously consumed by fire in April 1998 it has now been restored to its former glory. Afternoon visit Farmhouse, Bhutan is justly not famous for its cuisine, which is somewhat predictable. Eating at a local farmhouse at least gives a slightly different variation. Overnight Paro Hotel
Day 03: Trek start Paro to Dongney Tsho
Day 04: Dongney Tsho to Chhutak Loompa
Day 05: Trek end Chhutak Loompa to Haa/Bjenkhana to Thimphu
Day 06: In Thimphu
Morning visit weekend market absolutely central to the lives of the Bhutanese, Hand Made Paper Factory established in November 1990 as an undertaking of the Royal Government of Bhutan, and Memorial Chorten this is particular chorten was constructed in 1974 as a memorial for the third King of the country, King Jigme Dorji Wangchuck, who is wiy regarded as the father of modern Bhutan and evening relax and stroll around the city. Overnight Thimphu Hotel.
Day 07 Thimphu to Paro Airport
Early breakfast at the hotel and then drive from Thimphu to the Paro airport to fly your Onward destination

Note: Designed itinerary is a sample itinerary intended to give you a general idea of trip to Bhutan. We can create an itinerary to suit as your needs and interest one you give your interest and travel timeframe

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